Like many recent college graduates Collen Tshazi returned home after earning his degree. Unlike most young twenty-somethings it wasn’t the comforts of home or the need to save money that brought Tshazi back to where […]
[vimeo 72431772] In 2025, it is predicted that the water levels in South Africa will hit dangerously low levels. Anticipating this dire circumstance, Temple University journalism students talked with representatives from two organizations attempting to solve this […]
[vimeo 72815154] Outside Johannesburg, South Africa lies Kliptown. Over 40,000 people reside in this informal settlement made up largely of tin shacks and decaying buildings. The Kliptown Youth Program (KYP) is a local treasure recently honored […]
https://vimeo.com/40628465] Temple students traveled to South Africa and produced a variety of stories during the time spent there. Here is Lauren Hertzler’s documentary, which was published in April and won a mid-Atlantic Emmy award over […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuTe7AbkXhU This documentary focuses on the public art of South Africa, including that created after democracy came to the country.
https://vimeo.com/40658187] The Market Photo Workshop is a training institute created by photographer David Goldblatt during the apartheid years. The group began as a effort to give disenfranchised South Africans the opportunity to train and then work as […]
https://vimeo.com/40663260] This documentary tells the story of a medical doctor and anti-apartheid activist, Abu Asvat, who was killed by two gunmen while treating his patients in Soweto in 1989. The documentary uses interviews with black […]
https://vimeo.com/40633136] This documentary focuses on Ken To Fude No Ryu Kenshu Kai Karate, a dojo and fitness center that defied racial apartheid policies by training people of all races during apartheid rule. Martial arts master Hanshi Solly […]