The launch of a new queer virtual cinema intends to promote social change
A student has cleared her debt through a Mandela Day fundraiser.
A few moments when the citizens of South Africa rebelled against the lockdown restrictions.
“I think supporting young people is the most important responsibility that people with over 50 years of life experience have. It is an easy investment in the future of society.”
Expect a different nightlife when clubs and bars reopen in the distant future.
Sipho Kings (33), is a news editor at the Mail & Guardian (M&G), and has worked at M&G for nearly a decade.
Kings began his journalism career as an intern, then spent a large part of his time as an investigative environment reporter. After spending a year doing a Nieman Fellowship, he became a news editor for M&G.
Following the announcement that Associated Media Publishing would cease operations from May 1, the repercussions of the coronavirus outbreak and lockdown are beginning to be evident and real for independent media in the country.
Kings speaks about how the outbreak has affected independent media, M&G’s efforts to counterbalance the adversity that they face and reminds us of the importance of good quality media. (more…)
Women in South Africa are finding themselves burdened even more by their responsibilities in lockdown.
The story of a marked man whose assassination has been questioned for decades.
Thobekile Moyo is an honours student in journalism at Wits University. The following photographs were taken at her home in Centurion. (more…)
NGOs offer help to those in need during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Being forced to distance socially during the covid-19 outbreak has not been as easy as I thought it would be for a socially anxious recluse.
Wits Internal Football League held their first ever PVM Cup.