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Tebogo Tshwane

Tebogo Tshwane

Tebogo Tshwane is an Adamela Trust financial journalism trainee at the Mail & Guardian. She was previously a general news intern at Eyewitness News and a current affairs show presenter at the Voice of Wits FM. Tshwane is passionate about socioeconomic issues and understanding how macroeconomic activities affect ordinary people. She holds a journalism honours degree from Wits University. 
    Payment delays anger students
    Payment delays anger students
    Students are gearing up to write their mid-year exams but about 110 000 of them, nearly half of those who have been approved for bursaries and...
    Jobs issue plagues green energy
    Jobs issue plagues green energy
    The energy sector is in turmoil about the country’s shift to green energy and the issue of jobs.
    North West’s damning audit paints a picture of an unstoppable slide
    North West’s damning audit paints a picture of an unstoppable slide
    The state of North West province’s public finances is on a “downward spiral”, and its government has shown a lack of accountability and...
    South Africa, mind the pay gap
    South Africa, mind the pay gap
    The gap between the stratospheric salaries that company chief executives get paid and the median of employee wages has taken centre stage in the...
    Apps for the people by the people
    Apps for the people by the people
    The key word is “easier”. An easier way to find the nearest creche, kota joint or mechanic in a township. An easier way to navigate the...
    ‘Poverty wage’ meant to save jobs, says government
    ‘Poverty wage’ meant to save jobs, says government
    The proposed national minimum wage is being punted as a way to reduce inequality and alleviate poverty but the aim is also to ensure that there are...
    Minimum wage vs the robot age
    Minimum wage vs the robot age
    South Africa is gearing up to introduce a national minimum wage that could see workers earning R20 an hour, yet the World Bank says the future of...
    Finding wealth in a sea of poverty
    Finding wealth in a sea of poverty
    Are a significant number of South Africa’s richest people in hiding? You could be forgiven for thinking so, because a wealth report found that...
    Ramaphosa: Winnie was left to tend to her own wounds
    Ramaphosa: Winnie was left to tend to her own wounds
    President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his regret at how struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was treated while she was still alive, likening...
    Zenani Dlamini takes Winnie detractors to task
    Zenani Dlamini takes Winnie detractors to task
    Her Royal Highness Zenani Dlamini took aim at her mother’s detractors while giving a joint tribute with her sister Zindzi Mandela at Orlando...
    Parents gather to pay their respects to the Mother of the Nation
    Parents gather to pay their respects to the Mother of the Nation
    “My son was a MK soldier. He knew her. Even now he has a picture of Winnie and Nkosazana in his room.”
    Corruption laden Prasa chugs along
    Corruption laden Prasa chugs along
    UPDATE: Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has appointed a new interim board at rail agency Prasa headed by the CEO of...