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Roxy de Villiers is Bhekisisa's social media content producer and engagement officer.

She crafts Bhekisisa's social media and assists with website and online content. She helps organise media trainings, policy dialogues and you might not know it but she has probably been the one speaking to you if you've had a request or question about Bhekisisa.

De Villiers believes the personal is political and has an interest in reporting on queer health issues.

She honed her skills in community media and has also worked with the Rosebank-based community radio station, Radio Today, as a guest newsreader.