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Archive for the ‘Interview’ Category

Marius Mutorwa: It is all about the passion

Posted by Viktoria On April - 29 - 2010

Viktoria Marinova

Produced by: Lonwabo Fayo, Duduetsang Makuse and Jess Hall

A profile on Marius Mutorwa. A look at how he manages to juggle soccer and complete his PhD in Chemistry at Rhodes University. In this video we find out that it is all about the passion.

The Tale Of G-Town Water

Posted by Bradley On April - 29 - 2010

Photo of James Kleinhans water treatment works

Photo of James Kleinhans water treatment works

There is nothing more disgusting then switching on the tap and some brown mud coughs out. Added to this is the fact that newspaper reports have gone out claiming deadly diseases and stating that Grahamstown water is not safe to drink. Well it is time to uncover the truth, so we went deep into the heart of the treatment works to try and solve the mystery. What are the problems? Where are the issues? What is being done? And what do the experts have to say?

Taking back the Streets!

Posted by Paddy On November - 27 - 2009

Citizen journalism views the journalist as a citizen first, and media worker second. The 3rd year Journalism class were scattered across Grahamstown to uncover the real issues of crime amongst our communities. We spoke to Given, a lily seller in the CBD, about his experiences with crime.

Smiley Face

Posted by Paddy On November - 25 - 2009

By Grethe Koen, Jess Levy and Roza Carvalho

A PSA produced for the South African Depression and Anxiety Group.

To Weave Or Not To Weave?

Posted by Paddy On November - 21 - 2009

By: Vuyokazi Mnyengeza & Shanel Pillay

Does your hair define who you are? This documentary focuses on the decision to wear a weave or go natural. Watch the following clip and make up your own mind.

Nuns pray for stronger communities

Posted by Paddy On October - 23 - 2009

 A four minute documentary on Mother Zelma and the Sistersof St. Peter’s Rectory in Grahamstown and how their lives and desire to help the needy has been adversely affected by crime

Video Today

Raphael HIV testing and support CentreThe Raphael Centre located in Grahamstown, South Africa is a HIV/AIDS testing and support centre. Lately, though, this haven for people infected or affected by the virus has been rought by troubles. The future of the centre is uncertain as it needs sponsors to ensure it’s survival. Meanwhile other issues, like an objecting neighbour are also posing problems for the centre which helps over 1 000 people every month.