Addressing failures, mental health and wellness of students, among motivations for the changes.
Thrifting on De Villiers Street is a retail hotspot for its next-to-nothing prices.
Local comedian offers much-needed comedic relief after a month of increased incidences of gender-based violence and xenophobia across the country.
This week’s cool kid on campus is Matome ‘Gil’ Ramotlhola, an up-and-coming actor and rapper.
Up-and-coming ten pin bowler Naeem Vallee wins at the National Bowlers’ Open.
Twitter accounts against gender-based violence tread a thin line between crime and the law.
Feeling pain during sex is common, but for some women it can be unbearable.
South Africa is in crisis. In a very short space of time, a dense fog of violence has engulfed the country, unleashing countless acts of gender-based violence and xenophobia that have unravelled the rainbow in our nation. At Wits Vuvuzela we have been moved to dedicate this issue to confronting these two ills.
Assistant coach of Wits Men’s team levels up to the head coach position of the Ladies Hockey team.
Wits students create a two-piece musical project as a sign of the times.
Knockando and Magents battled to improve their log standings in the Wits internal football league.
The school council wants a universal rate whether tutors are PMA recipients or not.