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The Portfolio: Tommy Busakhwe

Photographer Tommy Busakhwe, a participant in the Communities of the Kalahari Advocacy Project, uses his camera to tell stories of home, land and the people who live and work on it

Covid logic beats ‘irrational’ human logic

The virus will lose if the government and high-profile people communicate effectively the reasons for restrictions and the compromises that have been made

Rethinking communication and innovation in the time of Covid-19

Physical distancing rules do not have to mean that we work in isolation; on the contrary, the need for communication has never been greater

As the economy inches open, South Africa’s startups prepare for a post-Covid world

The pandemic offers opportunities for online businesses that deliver services ranging from education and communication with clients to delivering groceries, but it doesn’t come without difficulties

Government spokespeople have a crucial role to play in facilitating communication

Those tasked with communicating on behalf of the government would do well to engage in some introspection regarding the purpose of their job

On the power of language

Educating our children in their mother tongues will help to address underdevelopment in Africa

Communication Award

The Wits Communications team is committed to making research and science accessible through creative strategies and multiple platforms

Awards reflect industry best practices on an international scale

'Recognising excellent rewards hard work and sets the standard for others'

Communication with members is key to fund’s success

Cellphones are the preferred channel of interaction

Reputation Custodianship through Ubuntu.Lab Hub at Reputation House

Restoring the public's faith in corporate and government leaders

Nomonde Gongxeka-Seopa

Councillor, Icasa

Sizakele Marutlulle

Founder and chief executive, Matutlulle and Co

Students need to learn to lead

Needless confrontations are pitting young people against those who try to take education forward

Nine and a half weeks in Vodahell

'For a communications company, Vodacom is exceptionally bad at communicating'

SA disconnect leaves the country lagging behind its peer nations

In 2015, the treasury announced it would put aside R1.1-billion for SA Connect over the next three years.

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