His presence was meant to be the cherry on top, but former acting Chief Operations Officer of the SABC, Hlaudi Motsoeneng failed to show up at the Save-a-Degree campaign hosted by South African Students Congress (SASCO) on Tuesday, October 4.
“We are ready for Ramaphosa”, sang protesters in support for the current deputy president of South Africa during the #Cosatustrike.
The university acknowledges it has been “hopelessly late in honouring” Robert Sobukwe.
Being aware of one’s privilege should not be viewed as a burden or source of guilt, but an opportunity to learn and work towards building a more inclusive society.
Meet this week’s cool kid on campus.
Witsies dominate at South Point hosted sports day.
Witsies think the application process to the University is “exclusionary in nature”.
Student accommodation provider, South Point, has taken initiative to assist student’s affected by criminal activities within the Braamfontein area as of Monday, August 21.
Wits Vuvuzela pays tribute to four female academics who have made headlines because of their achievements in their respective fields.
The Clever Boys won a grueling MTN8 season opening match against Lamontville Golden Arrows at the Bidvest Stadium last Friday.
The first all-female Wits Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) cohort has returned home after attending a month long research programme in America. (more…)
The Steinhoff Wits internal Rugby league is drawing closer to the semi-final stages as it hosted its round of six games this Wednesday August 2.