An investigation into sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers sparks a discussion about practicing ethical journalism. (more…)
The #GuptaLeaks story was driven through an unprecedented collaborative journalism effort. (more…)
The tools make information more accessible to affected communities. (more…)
Lack of funding was the main barrier to the investigations into the extrajudicial killings that happened across south east Nigeria in 2015. (more…)
The 14th annual African Investigative Journalism Conference kicked off with a keynote address from leading UK investigative journalist Ben De Pear at Wits University on Monday, October 29.
A group of students are trying to solve the problem of loading Kudu Bucks onto student cards. (more…)
Foreign-based medical graduates will have to study for another year if they want to practice medicine in South Africa.
The Wits Gender Equity Office have stated that 29 rape cases were reported in 2017.
Businesses and the livelihood of the poor suffer due to the fuel hike
Concerns have been raised over mental health facilities and support available to Wits students.
Wits will make African languages mandatory for incoming students in the Humanities and Engineering departments.
Students at the University of Zululand have been angered by the killing of a fellow student.