Matuba Mahlatjie is a journalist based in Johannesburg and Pretoria in South Africa. Matuba has worked as a journalist for more than 16 years and started to work as a freelancer in 2019. In the freelance years, he’s done work for media houses in South African and around the world and facilitating media training for civil society leaders and other public figures. And this is where he cultivated contacts from prominent people in the different sectors that contribute to the economic and social change. Matuba is passionate about human rights and freedom of expression. And this is reflected in the content produced, holding those in public office accountable and amplifying the voice of the marginalised. He is also a vlogger documenting women, the LGBTQ+ and migrant communities. He’s been a moderator for organisations including the UNEP, Access Chapter 2 and several other NPOs advocating for human rights. Matuba loves books, western classical music and is a board member of the Johannesburg Opera based in Johannesburg.
South African biochemist quit her day job to start mixing her own formula to produce a laundry washing powder & other household products. The start-up is a hit with low-income earners in Soweto. She believes her Gogo Washing Powder has a neglected market.
A township Mosque mobilises support for migrants observing Ramadan away from their home countries.
This is coverage of the reopening of South Africa's land borders after the government shut them unexpectedly after the 2020 festive season. Borders reopened on February 15, 2021.
This is a piece highlighting the plight of transgender people in South Africa. No job opportunities for them in the "mainstream" world.
Live crossing with eNCA covering the first-ever classical music event to be covered by a news channel in South Africa. It was the WA Mozart Requiem and soloist included Pretty Yende and Sibongile Khumalo.
Marking the 2016 Anniversary of the deadliest shooting of civilians by police. The infamous Marikana Massacre.