The Cape Town cultural staple makes its way to Jo’burg’s treasured museums and art galleries.
The problem may have many sides, but the behaviour of doctors plays a key role in continuing the cycle of antibiotic resistance. (more…)
The motives for targeting the place of worship are unclear but the patterns of violence follow the same vein of xenophobic attacks in the area.
Dr Cheikh Faye will be awarded his PhD in public health from Wits University in December 2019.
Even with a slower start, Wits managed to kick up the pace to bag a win against rivals University of Johannesburg.
Enhle Khumalo’s magic lies in her mystery – being at the right place, at the right time.
Despite what campus security officers say there appears to be no policy preventing metered taxis from dropping customers on campus.
Women in basketball refuse to stay on the sidelines through the Lady Bucks tournament.
Having to reckon with the levels and layers of violence in a society yet to heal makes me wonder who the real enemies are.
Wits researchers presented a study in Mexico City with results that could save millions of lives.
Legendary radiologist Dr Farrell Spiro has received a prestigious award for his service to South Africa.
Rare discoveries from the Cradle of Humankind are making their way to the international stage for the first time.