Students have been participating in a hybrid model of teaching by spending more time at home than at university, and this has a deteriorating effect on their mental health and support they have access to. (more…)
The Vice-Chancellor is known to be an ally of the queer community but may have done more harm than good. (more…)
The Amic Deck will be renamed The Wits Sibanye-Stillwater Infinity Bridge in October 2022.
Scientists say the likelihood of achieving herd immunity against the covid-19 virus is improbable. (more…)
The University of Pretoria’s 110 year art collecting tradition is being showcased through five exhibitions on the Google Arts and Culture app. (more…)
This true crime documentary on the Krugersdorp killings is the first of its kind on Showmax.
The Socialist Youth Movement is reborn ahead of their public launch on June 16.
Sumaya Mamdoo is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela. She captured the week-long water shortages in Johannesburg from last Monday, May 17, 2021 and how they affected her family and neighbours in the area. (more…)
Former Public Protector Professor Thuli Madonsela believes all hands must get on deck to fight in the war against corruption. (more…)
The postponed Met Gala represents more than just a cancelled event for fashion lovers like me. (more…)
Bareng Dona is a final–year law student and co-chairperson of the new executive committee of Amnesty International Wits, a human rights advocacy group that serves to promote equality at the university. Wits Vuvuzela spoke to her about the organisation’s plans in 2021.
A better quality of life is being promised to residents, as several projects get underway. (more…)