Wednesday, September 20, 2017

RUTV 3

All the latest journalism from the Rhodes TV3 class

RDP Housing Issues in Grahamstown

Posted under News

The Makana Municipality is accused of failing to assist members of Grahamstown east with housing problems caused by the heavy rains experienced last year. Michael Bhusakwe is a victim of Grahamstown’s infrastructural problems and Duduestsang Makuse reports on his situation.

Citizen journalist Cathy Gush tells her story

Posted under Interview, Wednesday

By Lisa Bluett, Sembene Hamilton & Ntombi Mlangeni Working with citizen journalist Cathy Gush was an enlightening experience. As a third year journalism student one has a tendency to take for granted just how much one has actually learned in three years, and communicating these abilities and skills to someone who hasn’t had the opportunity to study […]

Our “graduated” citizen journalist with a tight schedule!

Posted under Wednesday

It wasn\’t easy, but it was hope that pulled us through By: Bongeka Gumede and Nonceba Mhlauli Working with Andile Nayika was a challenging yet fulfilling and rewarding experience for us. He was eager to learn yet highly constrained by time and other commitments and this posed a great problem for us in the beginning. […]

Virtues of Life

Posted under Doccie, Featured, Personal Documentaries 2010, Thursday

Not many people get a stroke at a young age. Besides, few people know how to support people after a stroke. This personal documentary shows how friends have helped my brother recover physically as well as emotionally by using innovative ways-by Nicole Bloch

The Tale Of G-Town Water

Posted under Asides, Background, Doccie, Featured, Interview, News, Profile, Thursday, Uncategorized, Videos, Wednesday

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 […]

Virtues of Life

Posted under Doccie, Featured, Personal Documentaries 2010, Thursday

Not many people get a stroke at a young age. Besides, few people know how to support people after a stroke. This personal documentary shows how friends have helped my brother recover physically as well as emotionally by using innovative ways-by Nicole Bloch

Doccie, Featured, Personal Documentaries 2010, Thursday

Virtues of Life

Not many people get a stroke at a young age. Besides, few people know how to support people after a stroke. This personal documentary shows how friends have helped my brother recover physically as well as emotionally by using innovative ways-by Nicole Bloch

Personal Documentaries 2010, Uncategorized

The Father I Never Knew

This documentary takes a look into my life growing up where I never had a father around as much as I would have liked. Together with the use of visuals of one of the hobbies we do togther this documentary takes you on a journey through the times when my dad was around and when he was not.

Personal Documentaries 2010

Michael

A personal documentary about one family’s loss of a child. Diagnosed with neuroblastoma (a type of cancer that attacks the adrenal gland) at 12 months old, Michael died at 19 months of age.

Doccie
Doccie

This is my place too

This a personal documentary of an emotional journery to the one place that I call home.

Doccie

A woman’s work

This is a my personal documentary, marking the way i have seen and experienced the role of women in our society, and which has influenced the way I view women in general.

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.

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