Palesa Mofokeng is an honours student in journalism at Wits University. She has decided to use her time during lockdown to learn a new skill, baking. The following photographs were taken at her home in the Vaal. (more…)
“From a very young age I’ve always aspired to bring change in my community.” (more…)
REVIEW: Hidden Figures – An untold story about three black women who developed NASA’s space programme
The movie Hidden Figures celebrates the true stories of a visionary trio, who challenged the gender and race stereotypes in the field of aeronautics. (more…)
“You can’t just go to someone and ask ‘do you have a disease?’ That’s just rude and insulting.” (more…)
Help is on hand during lockdown. (more…)
Studies have shown that constant connectivity can make maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle difficult. (more…)
Now that community members are not allowed to operate their informal businesses, they are struggling to make ends meet. (more…)
Students at the University of Cape Town react to the new revised academic calendar. (more…)
The Wits senior executive team has announced that academic activities will resume online.
The health science faculty is on a mission to clear the air. (more…)
Students learnt that they should prioritise their health and lower salt intake to not more than two teaspoons per day. (more…)
Students at a Wits residence have spoken out about a rat problem.