Students are finding that their historical way of living and their future outlook have drastically changed, due to the impact of covid-19 in affecting household incomes.
A creative medical student is using his talent for composing catchy rap songs to encourage people to get the covid-19 vaccine.
Gauteng’s ‘day zero’ may be a few short years away if Southern Africa’s temperatures rise any further.
The #MandelaSpirit did not end in July for Wits Food Bank, because many more donations are needed now to meet a shortfall and the needs of desperate students.
Ofentse Magudulela is a student journalist at Wits Vuvuzela. She captured the Chatter Hands Café coffee shop, located at the Wits Education campus, which exclusively uses sign language in-store in an attempt to educate customers.
Bhaso Ndzendze, the youngest with a big title at one of the top higher institutions of learning in South Africa.
A small pre-historic creature with superior hearing abilities. (more…)
Moving from a private to a public institution, one learns that giving up is not an option.
Introducing a young student entrepreneur with big goals that pave his way into the fashion industry.
Wits University Library is asking students to return to its shelves more than 35 000 overdue books out on loan. (more…)
The award honours exceptional PhD students who aim at making their mark in promising and disruptive technologies. (more…)
A webinar hosted by the Joburg Centre for Software Engineering focused on the digital future of business, and the challenges and rewards faced in getting there (more…)