The panel examined writing on the country’s painful history, from the Boer War, to prison life and the harassment and surveillance of the apartheid state.
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Mannheim University has recently established a partnership with the Wits School of Languages, Literature and Media, which is Wits Journalism’s home school
Wits Journalism lecturer Dinesh Balliah will represent South Africa at the Study of the US Institute on Journalism and Media from June 2 to July 14
Wits Journalism alumnus Ntando Thukwana has been elected for a traineeship program with one of the leading news channels in the UK. She will be heading to Channel 4 News in London where she will spend 3 months with the station’s investigative and politics broadcast teams among others