A moment of rude awakening, perhaps the covid-19 restrictions can reshape policies and the response to homelessness in South Africa.
A new take on bursaries wants to focus on ubuntu
‘Toothaches’ continue at Wits dental school as the senior executive team tries to get to the root of the problem.
Extension to fifth-year dental students curriculum now up for negotiation.
Wits Faculty of Health Science students remain at other regional hospitals after partial reopening.
An avid attempt to understand the intersectional identity of a black child in a white private boarding school.
The delayed reopening of Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital does not only affect the public but Wits health science students as well. (more…)
Deafness does not limit these two high school learners from dribbling their way to better basketball skills.
A new fashion academy places Afrocentric design at the forefront, and it is set to compete with others like it in Braamfontein
An Emmy nominated South African actor takes us on a journey into the past, in her first leading role in an international series
From navigating personal mental issues to helping destigmatise and claim ownership of one’s mental health: Meet this week’s cool kid, Mbali Shongwe, activist and founder of the youth–led nonprofit, Mindful(l) Organisation.
The names of men who died at war in three different countries are pressed onto skin, photographed, printed on banners that are hung outdoors, exposed to the elements. (more…)