Zinhle Belle is a student journalist at Wits University. These are her reflections at her home in Johannesburg during the lockdown.
Emma O’Connor is a student journalist at Wits Vuvuzela. This is her life in lockdown in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Informal traders risk their lives on the street despite national lockdown to keep their businesses afloat. (more…)
Wits Vuvuzela spoke to individuals within the fitness industry on their move to online teachings.
It’s been almost a week since South Africa moved to level 4 of the lockdown which has allowed people to exercise outside of their homes, within a 5km radius, between 6 and 9 in the morning. Wits Vuvuzela student journalist Tshepo Thaela meets some of the enthusiastic runners, cyclists and walkers of Wierda Park in Centurion. (more…)
Leah Wilson is a student journalist at Wits Vuvuzela. This is her life in lockdown.
Brent Lindeque is the brains behind local blog Good Things Guy which aims to spread positive news and goodness. (more…)
Ballet dancers, used to open rehearsal spaces, must find alternative ways to practice their craft during the lockdown.
Thobekile Moyo is an honours student in journalism at Wits University. The following photographs were taken at her home in Centurion. (more…)
A cancer survivor’s hand-praying jars become a hit with South African’s . (more…)
Emaswati mix charity with business in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic
A passion for politics, a can-do attitude and a hunger for improvement, are what make Vow FM’s Siyabonga Motha, a Bright Star at this year’s Radio Awards. (more…)