This week saw the winter season for 2022 make its mark, with the coldest night of the year recorded in parts of Gauteng by the South African Weather Service on May 31, 2022. Wits Vuvuzela took to Main Campus to see how Witsies and the surrounds have taken to the freezing temperatures.
Wrapped up in a scarf and beanie, third year chemistry and chemical engineering student, Lethabo Qobolo (21), awaits a bus on Yale Road. Photo: Tannur Anders
Wits’ Great Hall hides behind a wintered tree. Photo: Tannur Anders
The winter cold is defrosted by a warm beverage and a laugh between accounting science students, Ahmed Salajee (23) (left) and Ammarah Ganchi (21) (right). Photo: Tannur Anders
A pathway to success created by the winter trees outside Barnato Hall residence, West Campus. Photo: Tannur Anders
A warm beverage goes down well by BCom finance honours student, Diella Dean (22), on a winter morning at Wits University. Photo: Tannur Anders
The Humphrey Raikes Building’s rust-coloured ivy dances in the early morning breeze. Photo: Tannur Anders
Chemical engineering student, Aatikah Abbas (20) (left), catches some winter rays, alongside chemistry and chemical engineering student, Nikisha Latchram (19) (right), on the Law Lawns, West Campus. Photo: Tannur Anders
And here’s what Witsies say they like about the colder months of the year.
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