Wits management and the SRC have negotiated a data allowance for international students for the rest of the academic year.
Schemes put in place to close the gap left by the lockdown-induced suspension of the food bank.
Community members have mobilised together to create a weekly food supply for vulnerable people.
Zinhle Belle is a student journalist at Wits University. These are her reflections at her home in Johannesburg during the lockdown.
Director of South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence leads efforts to rehabilitate drug addicts among the homeless community.
The South African government downgraded the national lockdown to level 4, which commenced on Friday, May 1. This infographic illustrates the core social and economic activities which were amended:
Wits University adjusted to its first week of online learning, in an attempt to salvage the 2020 academic year.
Grocery and retail stores continue delivery services of essential goods only during the lockdown.
The coronavirus lockdown has left some students feeling alone and anxious in their current environments.
The similarities of the covid-19 pandemic and the one depicted in the film Contagion are enough to get one to analyse every detail as an insight into what might happen next for us.
Being called a ‘coconut’ creates insecurities in my identity as an African person.