Reith victorious against Braam centre in the Wits Internal Netball league.
Limited edition craft beer is available just for women’s month.
Wits PhD student wins prize for her journal article on Bessel beams.
Witsies bring the first prize home after taking part in supercomputing competition.
Former Witsie makes history as Barloworld’s first black female executive.
Wits graduate students have created an eye-tracking system to communicate more naturally with a computer.
Stacey-Lee Bolon was elected unopposed as President of Convocation which represents graduates and academic staff in the affairs of the university.
A big change in political campaigning has emerged in South Africa since last national elections through the use of various social media sites.
The three major political parties wrapped up their campaigns ahead of the national elections with final rallies in Gauteng over the weekend.
Lecture and tutorial rooms have been renovated to improve learning and productivity (more…)
A former Fees Must Fall leader is making waves on a popular television show.
Shange family celebrated Zulu heritage at a venue in a Johannesburg suburb