A pair of Wits Boat Club rowers have been selected to trial for the University Sport South Africa (USSA) national team, which will represent the country at the World Student Games in Poland, in September.
‘Free my nigga Rassie’ is the line repeated in the chorus of a new protest song, written by Tuks students Lethabo Sebetso and Maatla Makgoana.
One of the individuals named on the #RUReferenceList has spoken out about the allegations against him.
Wits Democratic Alliance Students’ Organisation (Daso) held its first members planning meeting this week, seeking to focus its activities in light of its small membership base.
The Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) has commissioned a study of the Braamfontein Spruit, a 20km long green space running through Johannesburg, to outline steps for its rehabilitation.
A motion to impeach President Jacob Zuma was voted down in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
#FeesMustFall protestors brought Campus Health Week proceedings to a temporary halt this Monday when they harassed volunteers, but organisers say the event will continue as planned.
A new music festive debuted in Clarens over the Easter weekend.
The six Sailing Ladies, a team of sailing women from the Wits Yacht Club (WYC) are challenging gender roles in a male-dominated world, with a campaign to enter their team into the famous Cape to Rio Cross-Atlantic race.
Pieter-Louis Myburgh walked away with R200 000 in prize money from this year’s Taco Kuiper investigative journalism awards.