Roxanne Joseph is a data journalist from Cape Town, South Africa.
As an associate of Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism, she investigates digitally-enabled wildlife trafficking in Africa and Europe. She is working on the #WildEye wildlife crime mapping tool in partnership with the Earth Journalism Network and the Digital Dangers project in partnership with the Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime.
She also writes about corruption in the South African public sector and was part of the award-winning transnational investigation into lotteries around the world, Gaming the Lottery.
Currently, she is working with the same team to investigative what happened leading up to the most recent drought in South Africa. In 2018, she won a regional Vodacom Journalism award in the data category for her work on this team.
Her writing has been published in Huffington Post, the Sunday Times, Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism, Al Jazeera, The Guardian and other, locally-based publications.