Participants at the Ask the Programme Manager webinar got all the tips for cracking into the radio industry. (more…)
A population research project focusing on low-income communities in Johannesburg has been launched by the universities of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg and Pretoria.
“From a very young age I’ve always aspired to bring change in my community.” (more…)
Mariam Tootla (22) from Ormonde, Johannesburg has been a paramedic for over four years, and is currently working as a reserve for the City of Johannesburg Emergency Medical Services.
Help is on hand during lockdown. (more…)
Au pair and event promotion manager, Kiara*, 23, from Johannesburg is one of the many South Africans who have been left without an income during the lockdown period. To make up for this loss of income, she has turned to the OnlyFans app to produce paid-for adult entertainment content for her subscribers.
Local Eswatini photographers and videographers are continuing to ply their trade in different ways. (more…)
South Africa’s response to Covid-19 includes a public health strategy coupled with significant economic support for the country which remains in lockdown since Thursday, March 26. This infographic illustrates the key aspects of this economic support.
Being a medical intern in the public health sector within the context of a pandemic has reminded Dr Ann van Staden that there is no other job she would rather be doing. (more…)
“It is important to tell a truthful story and convey what is truly happening during this time.” (more…)
“People react to fear in different ways and unfortunately, sometimes it’s hate.” (more…)
A drug that was originally created to tackle malaria has gained attention as a possible treatment for Covid-19. (more…)