In January of this year, Grahamstown resident Michael Appelt launched Grahamstown TV— a television website dedicated to broadcasting content related to the City of Saints. Heather Cameron sat down with Appelt shortly after he launched the site, as well as more recently, to find out how Grahamstown’s own TV web channel is doing.
Megan Whittington reviews a documentary directed by David Russell for publication on Channel 4. The documentary, entitled “The Event: How Racist Are You?” was produced in 2009 and explored Jane Elliott’s brown eye/blue eye exercise on a group of people in the United Kingdom. It was accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MYHBrJIIFU.
The botanical gardens in Grahamstown became host to a group of students discussing their views on feminism during a sharing picnic. Reporter, Shannon Frost, attended the event to bring you all the details.
Rhodes University first year journalism student, Jomiro Eming, won a chance of a life-time to attend the Future NEWS Conference hosted in Edinburgh, Scotland. Our reporter, Shannon Frost, spoke with Jomiro on this incredible experience
Zintle Dolweni sat down with Grahamstown resident and philanthropist, Abegail Fleurs, who has decided to open a soup kitchen in her home in Extension 10. After seeing the extreme levels of poverty in her neighborhood she decided to act upon that need. Her soup kitchen has been quite successful thus far and to date she …
There are millions of geocaches located all around the world, including Grahamstown. Our reporters, Shannon Frost & Luyanda Mahlinza, take you on the adventure of finding their first ever geocache.
The youth of Grahamstown are slowly becoming environmental activists as Rhodes University students teach them the fundamentals. Our reporter, Shannon Frost, has all the details about this exciting organisation.