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Elephant in the room: how film-makers pricked a rookie reporter’s conscience

Devarshini Munsami walked away inspired from her first assigment as a journalist – covering a recent wildlife filmmakers congress in Durban.

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WHOONGA PARK

A peculiar zone where even cops feared to tread . . . 

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Wake up wilderness call

Within the first few days of her Roving Reporters internship, NANA ZUKE found herself deep in the wilderness, peeing behind a thorn tree, unaware of hyenas lurking nearby.

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Nomfundo Xolo

While studying for her diploma in journalism at the Durban University of Technology, Nomfundo Xolo, never relinquished an opportunity to take part in Roving Reporters assignments.

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Sibusisiwe “Sebe” Buthelezi

I joined Roving Reporters because I’d always been fascinated by their investigations, and hoped to one day be a part of them. Sebe did indeed become part of our team.

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Bekhekile Khupe

I had heard that if one enrolled as an intern at Roving Reporters, you work hard and under pressure. Bhekhile was not wrong in that regard.

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Deshnee Naidoo

Freedom and the truth have always been great motivators in my life. I hold the belief that if you speak the truth, no matter what, you are doing the right

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Zi Madonda

I have always enjoyed writing stories about ordinary citizens and their everyday struggles. When the opportunity to work with Roving Reporters was presented, I grabbed the opportunity with both hands.

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Chelsea Taylor

Roving Reporters is all about telling the real-life story and going beyond the unquestioned ‘facts’ – an opportunity that Chelsea fully embraced.

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Ndabenhle Mthembu

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