High-heeled supporters and sex workers joined the #FunkItImWalking march to draw attention to their cause. (more…)
Queer lives are at stake across the country and activists are saying ‘enough is enough’.
Ntando Ximba is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela. In this photo essay, he captured the various ways people around the country deal with load-shedding and load-reduction.
A student society at Wits has partnered with the iThemba foundation to raise awareness for mental health among medical professionals and health sciences students.
Two Wits pharmacy graduates have been granted start-up capital for their automated pill-dispensing innovation. (more…)
Witsie has been picked to play in SA’s hockey first squad in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
Karabo Mashaba is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela. She captured the LGBTQIA+ march in Braamfontein on June 3, 2021.
Drive-in cinema makes a comeback in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic providing patrons entertainment from the comfort of their cars
It was announced that students would be paid allowances, yet many of them have still not received anything.
Wits archaeologist’s passion for digging deep has gained her international recognition.
Alfonso Nqunjana is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela and he captured the Miss Gauteng 2021 auditions at City Lodge Hotel in Newton on May 31, 2021.
Late registration is the hot topic among students after Unisa extended its assignment deadline for the second time. (more…)