The launch of a new queer virtual cinema intends to promote social change
Zainab Patel is a student journalist at Wits Vuvuzela. She has documented her families’ activities during the lockdown at their home in the north of Johannesburg.
Palesa Mofokeng is an honours student in journalism at Wits University. She has decided to use her time during lockdown to learn a new skill, baking. The following photographs were taken at her home in the Vaal. (more…)
The national lockdown has seen the sale of alcohol and cigarettes banned, alongside a number of other regulations in the fight against the spread of covid-19. (more…)
Catia De Castro is a student journalist at Wits Vuvuzela. This is what lockdown has taught her.
With the stress of online learning and exams, here’s a list of ‘ brain foods’ to help improve brain health & functionality. (more…)
Wits Vuvuzela student journalist, Niall Higgins visited a number of shopping centres in the East Rand area to observe the way the lockdown rules like social distancing, the wearing of masks and remain home were being adhered to. (more…)
Wits Vuvuzela student journalist, Dylan Bettencourt, reflects on his life in lockdown at his home in Johannesburg South.
South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced on Sunday, March 15, that the covid-19 pandemic is considered a national State of Disaster.
Wits University moved to online learning on April, 20 and students are expected to write their exams remotely. This infographic illustrates the tips and preparations students need to consider for online exams.
FEATURED IMAGE: Wits University has recently moved to remote online learning and students are expected to write their first remote online exams. Photo: File
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Wits Vuvuzela student journalist, Vetiwe Mamba, and her siblings have found themselves locked down at home in Eswatini. They have converted their family dining room into their study. (more…)
It’s been over a month into the lockdown and my family and I have settled into our new normal. (more…)