It’s a brand new era for Grocott’s Mail, the oldest newspaper in South Africa. Not only does this grand dame of community papers turn 143 this year, but it now boasts a new look and, as from last week, will be published once a week on a Friday.
Built in 1892 and located at 40 High Street, the landmark Grocott’s Mail building in the heart of Grahamstown has been purchased by a local investor for an undisclosed sum in a transaction concluded by Pam Golding Properties.
A comical look into the stereotypes and perceptions that people have about journalism students. Looking at aspects from how we study, to what we get up to behind the scenes. The piece is based on the well known ‘what people think I do’ Internet memes”
Production by Kellan Botha (RUTV4)
Racial Migrations & Racism - Prof Kevin Durrheim (UKZN)