The Man on the Mountain

The Man on the Mountain

  In her first feature for Wits Vuvuzela, Lisa Golden profiles Salvatore Serio, a healer in the town of Magaliesberg for over 40 years. In north-west Gauteng lies the sleepy town of Magaliesburg.  The only visitors are tourists moving through to the various...

New Law for Lawyers

Students feel that the poor should not be used as “guinea pigs” for law graduates. Students for Law and Social Justice (SLSJ) held a debate between UJ and Wits students about the pro bono clause of the Legal Services Bill. The clause says graduates must do pro bono...

Wits Pride Week 2012 starts Monday

The annual Wits Pride Week kicks off at Wits University on Monday 1 October.  PRESS RELEASE: For the past 18 years South Africa has been making great strides to erase the legacy of apartheid… but what about sexual apartheid? People from all sexual orientations...

Ntando gets her crown after all

Wits’ own Ntandoyenkosi Kunene may have missed out on a placing in the Miss Earth South Africa last month, but she has achieved success in a pageant closer to home. Kunene was crowned Miss Mamelodi Sundowns Gauteng on Saturday, and walked away with R70 000. The third...