Some examples of the audio-visual stories created by our nationwide network of young community journalists can be viewed here.
Stories of Change: SIHLE’s STORY
Sihle, a community journalist from Orange Farm, Gauteng, says Vuselela’s media skills programme has had a positive effect on the youth in his community as they are now able to share their stories with broader society.
Stories of Change: TSHEGOFATSO’s STORY
Tshegofatso, a community journalist from Luka Village in Rustenburg, North West, describes how Vuselela’s Media Ys programme has opened her eyes to the challenges faced by her community.
Petro, a young girl from Kleinmondt in the Western Cape, shares how she overcame addiction through a youth skills development programme.
Big Buzz: CANCER
Sarah, a 17-year-old from Alberton, Gauteng, tells us about living with and overcoming a rare form of cancer.
Wat Sê: BULLYING
16-year-old citizen journalist Primrose uses her cellphone to share her experiences of being bullied and offer suggestions for what others like her can do to speak out.
Wat Sê: CHORAL SOCIETY
Oratile, a cellphone citizen journalist from Rustenburg in North West province, shows off Charora High School’s Bafokeng choir and describes how singing brings them joy and peace.