Student journos tell the tales of Chinese Joburg

Students of the Wits Journalism program launched Chinese Joburg, a website that chronicles the many narratives of the Chinese community of Johannesburg, South Africa. Comprising a 2000-word feature story and a multimedia production each, the class of 17 (also known...

CRICKET: Witsie helps out the Proteas

by The Wits School of Health Sciences Dr Kerith Aginsky, a professional biokineticist at the Centre for Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, conducted research for South Africa’s national cricket side on a throwing technique that helps cricketers get the ball back to...

“Joburg as a piece of art”

Having grown tired of Johannesburg’s “elitist” art circles and the city’s “faceless” nature, a group of urban youth decided to create a space for the kind of art they believed in. Kudakwashe Johnson (25) and Tseleng Phala (30) are two of the five-member organisation,...

Editorial: And that’s all folks

Emotions are at an all time high, tempers are flaring and stress levels are increasing by the day. It’s crunch time for every student in South Africa, finishing off a year of studies and although some might be happy that it’s coming to an end and December is just...