Watch and listen to Wits Vuvuzela student journalists talk about doing journalism in the time of Covid-19.
The full text of the speech of the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday, April 9.
Major universities take precautionary measures by closing down while others choose to remain open.
The South African National Blood Service (SANBS) is taking precautionary measures for blood donation amidst the rising cases of coronavirus. (more…)
Wits students shut down FASO in NSFAS delay protest.
The influential scholar tackled some of the media’s most pressing questions. (more…)
The fact-checking organisation used the night to honour Africa-based fact-checking media.
“Data is not just a number, it is reality” (more…)
Publicly available databases are useful in cultivating story ideas and sources.
Non-governmental organisation’s are often overlooked and underreported on because they are seen as the good guys.
In investigative journalism, the writing matters as much as the reporting.
State capture leaves many affected and powerless when basic necessities are unavailable, says Kenyan journalist Johan-Allan Namu.