Proof - Why Not Eat Bugs?
I reported this story for season 3 of the award-winning podcast Proof, by America's Test Kitchen.
It follows a South African entrepreneur and company as they develop an insect-based milk that will hopefully challenge the way we see protein.
This story explores collective and intergenerational trauma using the personal experiences of a father and son who were both involved in protests about education.
It won the 2018 Discovery Health Journalism Award for Best Radio Journalism.
This radio documentary is part of a series on the lives of migrants in South Africa and features families of refugees from Burundi and the Congo that stay in a shelter in the border town of Musina. You can listen to the whole collection, which I was the team leader of, here.
It was nominated for a 2017 Liberty Radio Awards in the radio documentary category.
This story about matric dances is an example of my longer form writing, specifically feature and social justice content. This is also an example of my photography.
Click on the links on the right to see some of my writing for jamlab, a journalism innovation project that I have done various forms of facilitation and support work for.
As an example of my current affairs and analysis writing, here is a story about the inclusion of children's issues in the 2019 elections, published in the Daily Maverick.
Here is an example of my lifestyle writing, for online publication EatOut.
Arts Research Africa
The Science Inside is a weekly radio show created by the Wits Radio Academy on VowFM that is co-produced with a network of community radio stations around the country.
I was the executive producer and presenter of the show for several years as well as managing and training teams.
As executive producer of The Business Buzz for the Wits Radio Academy, I produced vibrant financial content for a student and younger adult audience.
The show was nominated for a 2018 Liberty Radio Awards in the business and finance show category.