Prof Adam Habib addresses Wits University at his book launch, Rebels and Rage, on Tuesday, August 6.
We break our backs in the act of giving, and we forget that we need to be cared for, too.
Tang Soo Do club member Tanita Ramburuth-Hurt is a Special Recognition finalist for the 2019 gsport Awards.
Students read bedtime stories to sick children in the paediatric wards at Charlotte Maxeke Academic Johannesburg Hospital.
Voters will cast their ballots on May 8. (more…)
The three major political parties wrapped up their campaigns ahead of the national elections with final rallies in Gauteng over the weekend.
The bookstore that was hailed for showcasing African literature has left independent authors and publishers high and dry
Healthier and low-cost food alternatives for Wits students and staff. (more…)
Rethinking Economics for Africa hosted a panel discussion to inform students about “which party they’re voting for”.
Witsies work alongside healthcare professionals who treat patients free of charge
Wits students participated in a fundraiser by non-profit company
Bahiyya Khan won the Best Student Game Award for after HOURS, an interactive, full-motion video game at the Independent Games Festival.