The teacher shortage induced by covid-19 threatens to derail progress made in the sector thus far.
The covid-19 pandemic that is gripping the world has prompted the transformation of the teaching practice curriculum in South Africa, introducing a new challenge for student teachers. (more…)
All vaccines come with risk, but the time it takes to develop an effective vaccine does not affect its quality.
The coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected the delivering of primary healthcare services and health-seeking behaviour, according to experts. (more…)
A group of Wits expert have presented a southern African perspective on climate factors in the spread of covid-19 at an international e-symposium.
The new quantum approach could allow for a more secure transmission of information in commercial devices.
The annual NSTF awards recognises academic exellence in South Africa.
The funds that were raised on Tuesday night’s star-studded occasion are directed towards HospiceWits’ daily expenses and operational costs.
SAUJS campaign, #SupportAWitsie, has donated food and sanitary supplies to 165 international students living in Wits residences. (more…)
A student who served his articles with the Wits Law Clinic was admitted digitally to the High Court of South Africa.
“What started out as me making sandwiches and providing fruit to 190 people at a shelter turned into providing 14 000 meals and 100 food parcels during our busiest week to numerous locations across Cape Town.”
Prudence Minisi (49), a wife and mother of four, came into contact with the first case of covid-19 in Eswatini, and got to realise just how real the virus is.