Category multimedia

We put the rad in postgrad

On Thursday 10 October the School of Journalism and Media Studies celebrated Purple Thursday with cake and a flash mob at the Kaif at Rhodes University. The purpose of the day was to inform students about the School’s postgraduate courses. Students, lecturers, and postgraduate coordinator Dawn Long were there to answer any questions about postgraduate […]

Journalist, pop star, “kwaai diva”

“My pop alter ego is Umlilo, a sort of delinquent, space age, booty popping, flame throwing kwaai diva. My style is a potjie of many different influences that range from queer culture, street wise township flavour with a touch of afro-futurism and large doses of pop culture. I can’t even predict what Umlilo will do […]

Start spreading the news

Last week Friday Gino Shelile, a former TV student in the Rhodes University School of Journalism and Media Studies, went to New York to attend the UNAOC-EF Summer School in Tarrytown from 24 to 31 August. Shelile (23) was selected from more than 12 000 applicants globally to be one of 100 young adults coming […]

JMS alumnus produces quality multimedia content for M&G

Demelza Bush works as a photographer/videographer/reporter for the Mail & Guardian Online in Johannesburg, South Africa. She specialises in news and political stories, but has a passion for stories surrounding issues of human rights. Demelza was in the class of 2009 at Rhodes University School of Journalism and Media Studies. She studied television and photojournalism. n 2012 she […]

Multimedia master at M&G

Lauren Clifford-Holmes is the multimedia editor of the Mail & Guardian, and Rhodes JMS New Media alumnus. She pioneered News24’s multimedia section in 2008, moving on to establish and manage the M&G’s multimedia department in 2010. With photography as her first love she now shoots news and feature video on topics ranging from politics, the […]