This is curated content using tweets posted during the first two days of the FeesMustFall protests at Wits university.
This is curated content using tweets posted during the eNCA local elections debate, held at Wits university.
This video is a sports profile. The main aim of the sports profile was to try work with more motion shot instead of the usual rigid still where people just always talk into the camera.
Luckily for me I found Minenhle Twalo, a Wits student and gymnast. What better way to learn how to work with motion shots than a sports like rhythmic gymnastics where movement is the name of the game.
Editing, sound and camera operation were all done by me.
This timeline is based on a classmate of mine, Candice Wagener. The assignment came after we did profiles on our classmates and we then had to create multimedia content from the profiles.
This is a variety of news photographs taken throughout the second semester of the Journalism Prac. B course.
Wits university students took to the polls on August 23 and 24, 2016, where they voted for their new Student Representative Council (SRC).
The Progressive Youth Alliance (PYA), Project W and the Economic Freedom Fighter’s (EFF) all hoped to win a majority of the 15 positions on the SRC.
The voting had to be extended by a day as the quorum had not been reached. Voting took place across all Wits campuses.
Chairperson of the Student Transformation Committee, Nkosinathi Maluleke speaks on the lack of transformation at Wits Medical School. This comes in light of the FeesMustFall protests that have come to the forefront in recent weeks.
Nkosinathi Maluleke continues to address Wits medical school students on transformation on Friday 21 October, 2016 at the Parktown campus.