COVID-19

Solidarity Fund: Back to work but don’t be a mampara

SPONSORED Don’t think masks are a sign of weakness. Don’t forget about social distancing and sanitising. Don’t be a...

The list: Opening dates for South African universities in 2021

As the second wave of COVID-19 infections sweeps across South Africa, plans to reopen tertiary education institutions may be affected. Here’s what...

Praise and worship in the time of coronavirus

We are no strangers to tele-evangelists. Many of us have grown up with the sound of sermons punctuating our days. Now more...

These startups and community projects are providing food during COVID-19

As the world continues to deal with the widespread effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a recognised need to preserve access...

Yes you can have summer fun at home

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund South Africans take December seriously. Truly, we prepare...

Here’s what to think about before leaving the house this summer...

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund.  We know, Ke Dezemba, that time of the...

Love thy neighbour: How to be a good neighbour during the...

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund.  Here’s how to tell people to stick to...

Don’t be a mampara: Let us teach you how to wear...

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed one message in every family meeting South Africa has had since March: wear your mask AND properly....

Learning from Vietnam and their fight against the Coronavirus

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund.  The coronavirus pandemic plunged us into so much...

Tips for using public transport during the coronavirus pandemic

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund.  The first few months of Lockdown this year...

Don’t be a mampara: You can greet someone without touching them

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund. When the coronavirus pandemic hit us forcing us into various stages of...

Want to meet up with friends and family and still be...

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund.  There are ways to still socialise with loved...

Don’t be a mampara this festive season – A message from...

We protect ourselves to protect each other. The best gift we can receive and give during this festive season under the cloud...

Here’s what you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine

We spoke to Fatima Hassan, founder and head of the Health Justice Initiative (HJI) on what South Africans need to know about...

What vaccine hoarding will mean for international travel

As the world continues to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic, the news of the vaccine has been the one source of good...

“Sacrificing one year of the minstrel parade so we can live...

The annual Cape Minstrel Carnival is synonymous with year-end festivities in Cape Town. The pandemic has forced a postponement to 2022. A...

New review report identifies crossroads for South Africa’s social justice sector

An in depth review of South Africa’s social justice sector that seeks to trace the development of the sector in the post-apartheid...

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...

Ending Extreme Poverty: We speak to three unemployed women to understand...

A new household survey has The National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS) Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (CRAM) recently revealed the extent of unemployment...
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