Students from the Wits Law School will compete in Geneva.
A former Fees Must Fall leader is making waves on a popular television show.
Healthier and low-cost food alternatives for Wits students and staff. (more…)
A Wits University professor receives the Order of Mapungubwe.
The Three-Eyed Raven claims the throne in Africa’s biggest open debating tournament
Wits student, wins R10 000 through Winner Winner Chicken Spinner (more…)
Bahiyya Khan won the Best Student Game Award for after HOURS, an interactive, full-motion video game at the Independent Games Festival.
Wits Alumnus Dr Sue Walter hosts a talk about fighting for the right of euthanasia or assisted death and ending the suffering of patients with incurable illnesses
A library-style app created by Wits students from Wits Sydney Brenner Institute for Molecular Bioscience (SBIMB) and the Wits Division of Human Genetics (NHLS)
Wits postgraduate student launches Farmers Market Online business (more…)
ACTIVATE Wits held a series of events during the week with the aim of celebrating transgender and gender non-conforming individuals, while also commemorating those who lose their lives on a daily basis to transphobic violence.