Find out what it’s like to live with someone who is essentially at high risk of contracting COVID-19 because of their work.
Even though it’s not easy to be home, Busisiwe Matlou from Lebwakgomo, Limpopo and her family understand the importance of staying home and staying informed.
Nwabisa Godangwana from Khayelitsha runs a fashion design business as a side-hustle. Like other entrepreneurs, the COVID-19 lockdown has pushed her to be flexible and creative.
Lloyd aka ‘DJ Barkzzz’ is a motivational speaker, community leader and DJ living with a disability in Alexandra township. When a 21 day lockdown period was announced for South Africa, Lloyd asked himself how he can continue being of service to those in need.
A young man who runs a business selling chickens from his home in Lusaka, tells us how the pandemic has affected his customers, his lifestyle, his emotions, and his pocket.
A shortage in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) finds paramedics in Zimbabwe unable to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic
How are you staying clam during this lockdown? Listen to how young reporters across South Africa are keeping calm and helping the nation to flatten the curve.
After living in the UK for over a year to pursue her master’s degree, Zandile traveled back home to South Africa on the 20th of March 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. After experiencing symptoms, she rushed to the clinic on the 22nd of March for a screening.
Anxiety levels are increasing across South Africa as a result of the exponential spread of COVID-19. Young reporters share their thoughts and feelings from the safety of their own homes.