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Joseph Maramba

Johannesburg, South Africa
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About Joseph
Joseph Maramba is a multi-media journalist with over 13 years experience. In his early journalism years he worked as a writer at The Chronicle in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe before moving onto radio at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Cooperation's Spot FM Radio where he produced and presented various content on Farming, Health and Art. He later moved to a music radio station, ZBC's Power FM in Gweru and hosted a number of artists and authors on his radio shows before moving into Organisational Communications at The Methodist Church in Zimbabwe's Harare office. There he worked on various forms of media both for print and online, producing film and photo documentaries for internal and social platforms. 

He later worked for Zimpaper's Capitalk 100.4FM Radio as a sports and a mid-day radio producer and presenter. His experiences have contributed to his versatility as he continued to produce his very own podcast called The Joe Mars Podcast in which he continued with having interviews with artists and authors from all over the globe.

He is also a keen videographer and photographer, skills that he has picked up along the way, creating an events photography company in Harare and later moving it to Johannesburg, South Africa where he currently resides.
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Live TV News Report on the Heyneighbour festival 2023.

A live news report on the death of popular grandchild to Nelson Mandela, Zoleka Mandela. Report centred on issues pertaining to her burial rights.

Coups in Africa: A mixed dose of relief and curse

19 Sep 2023  |  TRT World
The article discusses the end of Robert Mugabe's 37-year rule in Zimbabwe and the subsequent rise to power of his former deputy, Emmerson Mnangagwa. Despite the military intervention that led to Mugabe's ouster bearing the hallmarks of a coup, the soldiers involved claimed it was not an illegal takeover but a necessary action supported by the majority of Zimbabweans. The ruling party, ZANU PF, has maintained control over Zimbabwe for over four decades.




The dynamic hypoosmotic response of Vibrio cholerae relies on the mechanosensitive channel MscS

08 May 2023  |  biorxiv.org
The study investigates the hypoosmotic response of Vibrio cholerae, focusing on the role of the mechanosensitive channel MscS. The research team, including Kristen Ramsey, Madolyn Britt, and others, provides insights into the bacterial adaptation mechanisms to changes in osmotic conditions.

MscS is a critical component for osmotic survival of Vibrio cholerae

08 May 2023  |  www.biorxiv.org
Vibrio cholerae, a facultative pathogen, adapts to various osmotic environments by using mechanosensitive (MS) channels to release metabolites and maintain turgor pressure. The study identifies two major MS channels, MscS and MscL, and examines their roles in osmotic rescuing through genetic modification and electrophysiology. Findings reveal that MscS is more efficient in osmotic adjustment and is up-regulated in the absence of MscL, while MscL can become toxic without MscS. The research highlights the critical role of MscS in curbing tension surges and ensuring proper termination of the osmotic permeability response.

Robert Mugabe: Go away, old man

16 Nov 2017  |  ZEIT ONLINE
Zimbabwe is experiencing a hopeful military coup, with President Robert Mugabe, his wife, and children being urged to vacate the highest positions in the country. Mugabe is reportedly under house arrest in Harare, and the military has taken control of key government institutions. The coup, described as bloodless, was announced by Major General S. B. Moyo, who assured the safety of Mugabe and his family. Zimbabweans around the world are reacting ecstatically to the end of Mugabe's long rule, which has been characterized by corruption and plundering of the nation. The military's actions have led to the arrest of government leaders opposed to the ousted Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is closely linked to the army and may become the new leader.

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