Malwande Ntlangula is originally from the Eastern Cape and he currently resides in Johannesberg. He has recently joined SAASTA’s Science and Technology Youth Journalism Internship programme. The programme aims to bridge the gap between the science community and the general public.
He completed his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Media and Communications from Nelson Mandela University. He further obtained his honours in African Languages from Nelson Mandela University. Malwande is passionate about the promotion and recognition of African languages in our society.
He co-founded NMMU Res Herald Newspaper and worked (volunteering) as an editor for sports and entertainment news. He further participated in an internship programme at Joburg Fresh Produce Market in the Marketing and Communications Department.
Having started in January 2018 as SAASTA’s Science and Technology Youth Journalism Intern, he is covering science and technology related stories, and telling them in local languages to be better understood by the local citizens, for the Thetha FM community radio station.