Sizzlers, a deli shop at the Matrix, was the scene of a protest after the company allegedly fired four worker for eating cheese, rolls and Viennas during their lunch hour.
Wits EFF and Project W allege that PYA members took down their election posters during the current SRC election campaign season.
The Progressive Youth Alliance (PYA), Wits EFF and Project W delivered their last SRC election campaign manifestos this afternoon. Voting began today at 9 am and will carry on until Wednesday.
As voting for local government kicked-off this morning former deputy president Kgalema Montlanthe was just one among a number of high profile politicians and celebrities who turned up at the Killarney Country Club.
Visits by election parties to former president Thabo Mbeki’s home have been placed under severe scrutiny after the EFF top six, led by Julius Malema, visited the former president yesterday.
Social media, through our acting out of the ‘fantasized self’, helps us suspend our immediate reality in order to escape our urgent existential crises.
Management at Wits University are yet to respond to calls for free sanitary pads despite receiving a petition of over 3 000 signatures supporting the move.
The WITS School of Arts showcases Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined as part of Africa Week.
A sea of Democratic Alliance members in blue shirts descended on the Constitutional Court for the #MarchForChange demonstration which aimed to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma to resign.
Project Hoopoe, an anonymous art collective whose political artworks have been popping up on campus and around the Braamfontein area, is here to incite a revolution one art piece at a time
Amnesty International Wits is circulating a petition around campus demanding Wits Vice-Chancellor Adam Habib provide all Wits students and workers with free sanitary pads.
Rehad Desai, the multi-award winning filmmaker who bagged an Emmy for his documentary Miners Shot Down has turned his lens to the #FeesMustFall student movement at Wits. The name of his new documentary is Everything Must Fall. He speaks to Wits Vuvuzela about his current film and other projects in the pipeline.