The annual NSTF awards recognises academic exellence in South Africa.
The fellowship will afford Jimmy Yuan the opportunity to be mentored by Discovery Limited founder and CEO, Adrian Gore. (more…)
SAUJS campaign, #SupportAWitsie, has donated food and sanitary supplies to 165 international students living in Wits residences. (more…)
Netflix’s latest commissioned South African series looks and feels great but is not an unqualified success.
Finance and international relations classes were caught exchanging answers via WhatsApp groups and email. (more…)
“After all the work I put into training and raising the funds, I felt like I was robbed of my international debut again.” (more…)
It’s been almost a week since South Africa moved to level 4 of the lockdown which has allowed people to exercise outside of their homes, within a 5km radius, between 6 and 9 in the morning. Wits Vuvuzela student journalist Tshepo Thaela meets some of the enthusiastic runners, cyclists and walkers of Wierda Park in Centurion. (more…)
Although Cyril Ramaphosa’s eyes were covered by his mask blunder, the president had vision. (more…)
Although the university will “move heaven and earth to complete the academic year”, online learning remains a challenge for some lecturers and students. (more…)
Lindiwe Mpanza was Vow FM’s only radio award winner for best campus news reader, at this year’s online ceremony (more…)
A passion for politics, a can-do attitude and a hunger for improvement, are what make Vow FM’s Siyabonga Motha, a Bright Star at this year’s Radio Awards. (more…)
Campus radio station Vow FM (Voice of Wits) has earned fourteen nominations in this year’s Liberty Life Radio Awards. (more…)