The covid-19 pandemic that is gripping the world has prompted the transformation of the teaching practice curriculum in South Africa, introducing a new challenge for student teachers. (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…)
“After all the work I put into training and raising the funds, I felt like I was robbed of my international debut again.” (more…)
Prudence Minisi (49), a wife and mother of four, came into contact with the first case of covid-19 in Eswatini, and got to realise just how real the virus is.
Accommodation, parking and gym fees fall within the broad band of services students have not used since March. (more…)
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…)
Students at the University of Cape Town react to the new revised academic calendar. (more…)
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…)
A South African stuck in Egypt is not sure when he will be able to return home.