The impact of rotational learning on South Africa’s widening inequality and the educational outcomes of disadvantaged students.
Financial literacy is not a side effect of wealth; wealth is a side effect of financial literacy – unknown
With South Africa’s unemployment statistics on the rise, a Wits course aims to tackle the problem.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) students are poised to showcase their robot-building skills in an exciting upcoming event.
Virtual support group is a platform for LGBTQIA+ students to share the community’s unique experiences.
Ntando Ximba is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela. In this photo essay, he captured the various ways people around the country deal with load-shedding and load-reduction.
Newly established chess and male netball teams are set on taking on the varsity’s best.
Breaking gender norms, managing a growing brand and pursuing a music education is all in a day’s work for Kgomotso Moloko.
I run because it reminds me of my weakest moments.
“I do not want to white anymore; I do not want to rainbow nation without bread,” says Makhafula Vilakazi in one of his new songs
“I want students to know that we did not mask any failures and we were very transparent. It has been difficult, but we are doing our best.”
A Wits University student is set to launch a funding platform for entrepreneurs.