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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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Work produced by students at the studio was purchased. Emma Wypkema acquired a piece she felt "spoke to her."
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Katy Barton-Bridges has been a student at the Blue Door Print Studio since 2012. Some of her print work is on display.
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Owner of the Blue Door Print Studio, Collin Cole speaks proudly about the work produced by one of his students, Gregg Price.
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Palesa Dlamini 16h
. Open day exhibition at the Blue Door Print Studio. Current and former students showcase their work and the multitude of printmaking technniques they have learnt.
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Mbali_Entle Nov 7
Children deserve better than this world
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Buff Gorgeous Nov 6
Mentally, I've checked out of 2018. I'm really done.
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Palesa Dlamini Nov 3
I would trade place with you without hesitation.
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Dinesh Balliah Nov 1
Close to 100 applications for 20 spots on 2019 programme incl. MULTIPLE applications from EVERY major institution in the country & a couple from India, Kenya, Nigeria. Reckon we are country’s top journalism school but that’s just my POV 😎.
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YourPreferance Nov 1
Study hard guys, I know you're tired. I know the last push sucks. I know you wanna go home but study hard. We're nearly there. Love and light.
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Toyin Akinniyi Oct 31
Lucas Ledwaba, journalist and editor of Mukurukuru Media, highlights his reporting of adverse effects of mining activities on mining communities in South Africa
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Tshepi Oct 31
''Never leave the interview without your questions being answered. If there is limited time and there are still many questions, ask the the burning question, the most important one.''-
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Elizabeth Ringrose 🐘 Oct 31
Anas Aremeyaw Anas speaking at the about being an undercover journalist.
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Franz Kruger Oct 30
. award ceremony gets underway with David Ajikobi, Nigeria editor. Looking forward to present awards and finally reveal panels decisions.
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IG: WitsVuvuzela Oct 30
[READ]: Juliana Francis, crime editor of the New Telegraph, joined Ron Nixon of the New York Times and Reuters’ Inna Lazareva on a panel which explored human trafficking and mechanisms that journalists can use in investigating trafficking by
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Palesa Dlamini Oct 30
Meyer explains: "it is illegal to buy codeine without a prescription in Nigeria and there is a limit to how much codeine companies can supply."
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Palesa Dlamini Oct 30
Meyer: " he loved it. He realised the toll his addiction was taking on me.
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Palesa Dlamini Oct 30
The talk on is now open to the audience for a discussion.The first question posed to Meyer, " the documentary was inspired by your brother.What did he think of it, did he like it?"
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Palesa Dlamini Oct 30
Meyer: " before the documentary went public, other media houses were invited to a screening. It became a community project."
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Palesa Dlamini Oct 30
one of the curveballs faced during the filming of the documentary was getting footage of cough syrup addicts that were chained up to avoid them hurting themselves and others.
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Palesa Dlamini Oct 30
Meyer tells the audience, " by July, the government announced that they had recalled 2.4 million litres of codeine."
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