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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...

Is There A Way Forward For Palestine?

Ramzy Baroud is a well-known Palestinian writer, journalist, and columnist. He visited South Africa in September to promote his book The Last...

Palestine: Why South Africa Still Matters To The Struggle

“South Africa is clearly an important player ,” said Ramzy Baroud. Baroud is a well-known Palestinian writer, journalist, and columnist. He is...

21-Year-Old Entrepreneur: ‘I Started My Business With No Funds’

AS TOLD TO Avthar Aniruth, a 21-year-old Durban entrepreneur, was recently featured in the Forbes Africa 30 Under 30...

Why I Gave Up Corporate Life To Serve Gamalakhe Township

AS TOLD TO Phumelele Bohlale (34) a former senior employee at Unilever and Mandela Washington Fellowship alumnus left her...

NSFAS Delays At DUT: “The Price For Education Is Too High”

AS TOLD TO At the Durban University of Technology, delayed payments from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS)...

The Real Price Of A Degree: The Untold Story Of Financially...

AS TOLD TO Author and masters candidate at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Thuthukani Nkosi will be publishing his book...

Nuclear Physicist Cebo Ngwetsheni On His Journey: “I Didn’t Know This...

AS TOLD TO Cebo Ngwetsheni, a nuclear physicist and part time lecturer from the University of Western Cape, is...

“People Still Vote With Their Hearts”

AS TOLD TO Roza is a 33-year-old accountant living in Johannesburg. After voting, The Daily Vox team caught...

“I’m Voting Even Though It’s Politicians That Let Us Down In...

AS TOLD TO Some youth are disillusioned about voting. This is not true for Jobeka Mabaso (18) and...

What It Takes To Write About Mental Disorders At 10 Years...

AS TOLD TO eThekwini Municipality held its third Articulate Africa Book and Art Fair, the flagship Literary and...

Being a woman in the taxi industry: “Nobody treats you like...

DORIS GUMEDE from Inanda, Durban, has been a taxi driver for over 30 years and has now decided to retire. She told the Daily...

“I think a black woman’s body is godly and its beauty...

PHINDILE THENGENI - "the girl from next door" - is a conceptual stylist, graphic designer and creative director who is inspired by black South...

#RememberKhwezi protester asks why we are defending rapists

Naledi Nokukhanya Chirwa, member of the EFF Student Command and one of the protestors from the #RememberKhwezi demonstration at the IEC results centre on...

DA councillor in Durban: “The ANC are in for a bit...

With a week to the local government elections, political parties are gearing up to make sure they win. The DA councillor in Durban’s ward...

Transgendered sex workers face a triple threat of stigma

AYANDA D, a transgendered sex worker in her 30s from Cape Town, has been a sex worker for 15-20 years. She’s at the International...

Being transgender in SA: “People have identified me as different and...

ZANNA CHETTY, a 24-year-old transgender woman from Durban has faced many prejudices as a result of her orientation, from sexual abuse to being ostracised...
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