Yoga enthusiasts spice up the 3000-year-old tradition but at the cost of uprooting the practice.
Students in South Africa prove to be savvy spenders.
A 26-year cheese manufacturer continues to bring in the customers. (more…)
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is fairly common but remains misunderstood and under-recognised.
Wits women need to be wary of people they already know, instead of being alert only in unfamiliar places and situations.
Coaches bid against each other leading up to the Johannesburg Volleyball Union Premier League in September.
Wits Women in Mining is now officially recognised by the School of Mining Engineering Society and aims to promote the participation of women in the industry.
The Wits Students’ Physician Society helps people in need with more than 250 care kits containing basic toiletries.
Wits is the first university in Africa to join the Global MX Network, which aims to identify and organise highly qualified Mexicans living in countries other than Mexico.
Sailing team has partnered with JM Busha Investment Group to sail from Cape Town to Rio in January 2020.
Low-carb, high-fat diets are still fashionable despite South African dietary guidelines.
Absence of spectators does nothing to diminish competitive spirit.