SLICE OF LIFE: Students suffering in silence

SLICE OF LIFE: Students suffering in silence

I had taken my fifth consecutive loss for the week. Nothing was going right, none of the stories I was working on for the week were coming together. This was about four months ago. I was failing to accomplish my deliverables for that week. As I sit here reminiscing,...
Writing and Rioting from the frontline

Writing and Rioting from the frontline

Wits Fallists and activists launched their book titled Writing & Rioting: Diaries of the Wits Fallists. The book unpacks the experience of the #FeesMustFall through the words of individuals who were active participants in the protests.   Wits fallists and...
Student council lays down the law for free pads

Student council lays down the law for free pads

The Law Student Council plans to institutionalize the provision of pads in bathrooms around campus through their newly launched pad drive   All campus bathrooms will have free sanitary towels by mid-2018. This is the goal of the Law Student Council (LSC), which...
Q&A: Perseverance Khumalo

Q&A: Perseverance Khumalo

A twenty- four-year-old old bachelor of science honours student who is also the founder of The Slice Delights, a baking company which she started in 2016.   A student in  Geographical Information Systems (GIS) , Perseverance Khumalo, turned a therapeutic activity...
Evening tests must fall, says SEBS

Evening tests must fall, says SEBS

The Wits School of economics and business sciences student council and the Wits SRC have called for the university to end evening tests, fearing for the safety of students having to leave campus at night.   The school of economics and business sciences (SEBS)...