News and Current Affairs
Mihlali Ntsabo is a Rhodes University broadcast graduate who has burning passion for story-telling. His main interests are news and current affairs and any topics relating to social injustices and social change.
Mihlali has dabbled with different journalism platforms from television, writing, social media management to radio and podcasts.
Mihlali is currently a digital content producer and news reporter for Eyewitness News.
News and Current Affairs
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Payment service provider, IntelliMali has repaid the R818 000 that Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student Sibongile Mani frittered away after they erroneously deposited R14 million into her student account. Mihlali Ntsabo had some thoughts on the issue. By now everyone knows about the second-year accounting student who accidentally wound up with R14 million instead of R1 400 in her student account.
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Arts & Entertainment
This morning, Helen Zille tweeted that colonialism was not that negative, because we have benefited greatly from it. SMH For those claiming legacy of colonialism was ONLY negative, think of our independent judiciary, transport infrastructure, piped water etc. - Helen Zille (@helenzille) March 16, 2017 Would we have had a transition into specialised health care...
As March 8 marks International Women's Day we put you onto women doing the most in music, online media, politics, fashion and more. Rouge, rapper and brand ambassador Pretorian rapper Rouge cemented her spot in South African music industry in 2014 with her debut single, "Party".
The Jozi taxi system is a confusing one if you are not from here, like myself and my colleague Mihlali Ntsabo. We made this video to give tips on how to make using taxis easier. Ever wondered what would happen if you sat in the front seat while busy with your phone?
Business and youth empowerment
Having a steady job can be demanding and might make starting your own business seem out of reach. But many people with regular jobs go on to start their own businesses while working full-time or studying. Here are a few ideas that might inspire you.
As a social entrepreneur, it's important to build new relationships and make the right connections. But there's a right way and a wrong way to do this. Lindsay Breytenbach, a marketing consultant in the NGO sector, shares some common networking mistakes and how to avoid them.