Lack of funds threaten some sports clubs

Lack of funds threaten some sports clubs

Registration week held by Wits Sports aims to help clubs get more recruits in an effort to solve funding problems. For the first time, Wits Sports has held a second semester drive for club registration as sports clubs plead to get more recruits on their...
Witsie charging up for Nobel meeting in Germany

Witsie charging up for Nobel meeting in Germany

Wits PhD chemistry student to meet Nobel Laureates in Germany in June this year. A WITS PhD student, Funeka Nkosi, will participate in the 67th annual Lindau Nobel meeting, which will be taking place in Germany in June this year. Nkosi is among five other South...
Wits student in Metrobus hit and run

Wits student in Metrobus hit and run

 A Wits student attempting to get to class has been left in a critical condition after been hit by bus on Jorissen Street outside the main campus. By Nomvelo Chalumbira and Chante Schatz A Wits University student has been left in a critical but stable condition after...
Wits interfaculty rugby off to a smashing start

Wits interfaculty rugby off to a smashing start

The Wits interfaculty rugby gets well underway as teams battle it out for the top spot. THE STEINHOFF Wits internal rugby league kicked off with an exciting start over the past two weeks as teams fight for a place in the next season of the Varsity Cup. The Internal...
Sugar tax tackles an issue but not the problem

Sugar tax tackles an issue but not the problem

Senior Researcher at Wits Health Consortium says sugar tax is not enough to tackle obesity in South Africa. The proposed sugar tax legislation announced in former finance minister Pravin Gordhan’s budget speech earlier this year was meant to tackle the high levels of...