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AlexFM station manager: “Alexandra was silenced yesterday morning”

AS TOLD TO Four community radio stations were attacked and looted in Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal this week. The ongoing...

In Their Own Words: Kea Monama on activism and racism at...

Puso Keamogetse Monama is 19-years-old. However, she mostly goes by Kea Monama because “it's a lot easier.” She is a host on...

#HealthcareDuringAPandemic: We speak to three women to understand their experiences

Before Covid-19, public healthcare in South Africa was under-resourced and under pressure. In the pandemic we have seen healthcare workers work under...

#LGBQTILife : Ashwin Thyssen on queerness, faith and creating your own...

We live in a country with high rates of hate crimes, and it feels like we have very little to celebrate as...

In his own words: Alex Oluwatobi on the twitter ban in...

Last weekend, the Twitterverse was rocked by an announcement that the government of Nigeria will be banning Twitter indefinitely. The #KeepitOn movement...

In his own words: Thomas Gordon and bringing classical music to...

Classical music is always seen as stuffy and a privileged class activity. Thomas Gordon challenges this idea by giving violin music a...

“Resistance should end when Palestine is liberated.” – Mohammed El-Kurd

After almost two weeks of bombing, the Israeli government and Hamas agreed to a ceasefire.  This comes after at least 232 people...

Lifelong Student Dr Ashraf Davids is a beacon of the Cape...

Mitchells Plain has long been associated with the violence of gangs, but that does not define the township. It is a vibrant,...

In their own words: UFS nursing students taking part in the...

In February 2021, the COVID-19 vaccination programme started in South Africa - providing a small glimpse of hope. At hospitals around the...

Fazlin Railoun: My experience of surviving Covid-19 at home

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund.  Ling Shephered spoke to Fazlin Railoun, a businesswoman...

Stop the spread of coronavirus: Don’t let your guard down among...

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund.   We spoke to Lynn Truter, an NGO frontline...

Journalist Abra Barbier on journalism in South Africa in 2020

The experienced journalist opened up in her private capacity on the turmoil in the industry.  What is your...

Shaazia Ebrahim: Experiencing lockdown in two different countries

The former Daily Vox reporter is currently reading for her Masters in London. She shared her thoughts on experiencing lockdown in another...

A South African student in Europe experiencing her second Lockdown talks...

Bronwyn April is a qualified social worker, who had been working as a Youth Development Practitioner previously. We chat to her about...

A list: Good examples of mental health representation in pop culture

Mental health representation in popular culture is often inaccurate and stigmatising. Instead of creating understanding and empathy, the representation oftentimes reinforces dangerous...

Thato Moagi: Taking on challenges to achieve farming dreams

IN THEIR OWN WORDS  Thato Moagi, the first South African to receive the Nuffield Agricultural Scholarship talks about...

Why Dr T’s New UN Position Brings Together Her Life’s Passion

I first spoke to Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng last year. She had just launched her book Dr T’s Guide to Sexual And Reproductive...

The Terrorist Album Marked People For Death

Jacob Dlamini was due to fly down to South Africa from New Jersey for promotions for his new book, The Terrorist Album....

Khadija Patel Reflects On The Daily Vox’s Anniversary

On June 16, 2020 The Daily Vox celebrates six years in existence. The origin story is incredible and Shaazia Ebrahim and Fatima...

Lecturer On Struggles Of Online Learning And Teaching

The online learning programmes set up by universities to deal with the COVID-19 lockdown has left many students overwhelmed. But students aren’t...
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