A genre-bending play reflects on how our past influences our present when it comes to gender-based violence and the objectification of black bodies. (more…)
The Wits School of Anatomical Sciences invites visitors to commemorate 100 years of faculty history and take a trip down the road of human evolution.
Collectors Treasury is more than just a vessel for millions of books, it’s a time capsule of the stories that make Johannesburg. (more…)
What if black tax is not as easy to define as conversations around its role suggest? (more…)
What if black tax is not as easy to define as conversations around its role suggest?
The Wits journalism department has been accused of protecting a former student from the consequences of lying about a serious disease.
The Cape Town cultural staple makes its way to Jo’burg’s treasured museums and art galleries.
The problem may have many sides, but the behaviour of doctors plays a key role in continuing the cycle of antibiotic resistance. (more…)
The motives for targeting the place of worship are unclear but the patterns of violence follow the same vein of xenophobic attacks in the area.
Dr Cheikh Faye will be awarded his PhD in public health from Wits University in December 2019.
Even with a slower start, Wits managed to kick up the pace to bag a win against rivals University of Johannesburg.
Enhle Khumalo’s magic lies in her mystery – being at the right place, at the right time.