Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter

Amina Deka Asma is an intern multimedia journalist with interests in social justice, education and human interest.

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Teachers, matrics 'have had enormous pressure' ahead of exams

The 2020 examination period has given rise to its fair share of logistical glitches, with reports of cheating and leaked examination papers.

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Voting fraud allegations 'threaten US democracy'

During the process of counting votes, US President Donald Trump has called the presidential elections a "major fraud".

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Wits develops solution for safer, more accurate Covid-19 testing

A team from Wits University’s Centre for Biomedical Tuberculosis Research (CBTBR) has developed a unique “control standard” for Covid-19 testing.

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Matric final exams on the horizon

In his weekly newsletter, President Cyril Ramaphosa wished the matriculants of 2020 all the best, while acknowledging the trying times under which ...

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Civil Union Amendment Bill passed into law

On October 22, the Civil Union Amendment Act 8 of 2020 came into force.

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Breast cancer increasing among SA's women

The designation of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in SA reflects a nationwide drive by health-care structures, both government and private, ...

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Mental Health Awareness Month amid Covid-19

October has been declared Mental Health Awareness Month. The objective is to educate the public about mental health and reduce the stigma and ...

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | SA's new travel regulations explained

On Wednesday the government outlined regulations in line with the easing of restrictions on international travel, making mention of high-risk ...

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | Process to rename William Nicol Drive after Winnie Madikizela-Mandela ...

After a recent announcement by Johannesburg mayor Geoff Makhubo, the public participation process to rename William Nicol Drive has begun.

Amina Deka Asma Multimedia reporter
LISTEN | National Book Week offers readers a 'passport to tomorrow'

September 7-13 marks the annual National Book Week, headed by the South African Book Development Council in partnership with the department of sport, ...

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