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Palesa Dlamini
Wits student journalist. Wits Vuvuzela. Optimist...Wits degree holder. Honours in journalism student.A work in progress,still learning.
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 19
Pain is not always visible or physical. Talking does not always help. 😘
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IG: WitsVuvuzela Sep 18
[READ]: Watershed: Art, Science and Elemental Politics is a celebration of the precious and endangered resource which merges research with visual art by
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IG: WitsVuvuzela Sep 18
[READ]: The workers who belong to the South African Industrial Commercial and Allied Workers Union (SAICWU) started striking on September 10. The workers comprise security guards, maintenance workers, and outsourced cleaners by
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Relationships ♡ Sep 18
How many smiles have you faked?
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Wits Journalism Sep 18
Applications for the honours career-entry, mid-career and master in journalism at Wits Journalism all close on September 30. No late applications will be accepted. Don't delay. Apply today. Read more about the courses here:
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badguyQ Sep 14
Today I decided to join the challenge 🔥🙏🏾. Prepared a freestyle for you guys so I hope you enjoy it . If you’re digging it please like and retweet . So I can be up on that stage 🔥🤞🏽. More blessings 🤟🏾❤️.
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Dinesh Balliah Sep 14
Must agree ... we cannot let the neighbours have the last word 😆
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 15
Replying to @Tsheno24
Always
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 15
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 15
Replying to @DaveDumontel
Wow
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 15
Replying to @DaveDumontel
Has a what??
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Wits Journalism Sep 14
[Study] Applications are open for the Honours in Journalism and Media Studies degree at Wits Journalism in 2019. Apply online at . Check out this video for more information about the programme from current students and alumni
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 12
I just want to put it out there that I am so thankful.I truly am.
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IG: WitsVuvuzela Sep 12
Are you a Wits student cool enough to be this week’s Vuvuzela Cool kid? Tell us what makes you cool and you could be featured!
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 11
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Londell Phumi✨ Sep 11
Art work displayed at Watershed 2018. Aimed at highlighting the water crisis in South Africa.
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Londell Phumi✨ Sep 11
“89% of our population has access to water but less than half have access to piped water...” Professor speaks about the water crisis after welcoming the audience to the launch of Watershed.
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IG: WitsVuvuzela Sep 11
The focus for this month’s 12-page tabloid is on gender and includes articles by law students as well as Wits School of Law professors and lecturers. By
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Palesa Dlamini Sep 11
Replying to @_rhiitha
John Q.just those two scenes that break a parent's heart
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Londell Phumi✨ Sep 11
The launch of Watershed at Chamber of Mines, Wits this evening. The programme aims to combines art and science to provoke new thinking about water.
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