Moving Cube has been awarded this year’s Business and Arts South Africa innovation award.
To increase sustainable plastic solutions, University of Johannesburg has joined the South African Plastics Pact.
Wits honorary professor makes historic find of Chapman’s pygmy chameleons in rainforest.
Wits archaeologist’s passion for digging deep has gained her international recognition.
Wits University professor, with the help of various partners, launches the Rhisotope Project that will use nuclear isotopes to deter rhino poaching.
The Wits University school of geosciences has partnered with a new KwaZulu-Natal game reserve to provide an interactive earth sciences course.
Gym has become a space where I work through the anxiety and have some time to focus on pushing myself physically, rather than being stuck inside my own head.
An animation team at Wits University’s Tshimologong Precinct will have their short animation film screened at two international film festivals in the coming months.
Dr Keneiloe Molopyane has been given a postdoctoral grant position by Wits University at their Centre for Exploration of the Deep Human Journey. (more…)
On Friday 9 April the Wits Origins Centre reopened its doors again, to a tantalising glimpse into the past.
While the university’s face-to-face counselling sessions remain available during office hours, the app offers 24-hour support, seven days a week.
The team partnering with Cirrus AI is led by Wits vice-chancellor, Professor Zeblon Vilakazi. (more…)