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Wit’s University’s Homecoming Weekend saw non-stop celebrations from Friday, September 2 until Sunday, September 4, 2022. The Wits Vuvuzela team was out and about throughout and these are some of the moments they captured.
The Witsie Kudu couple wave to the crowds before the beginning of the parade.
Wits Vice chancellor Zeblon Vilakazi welcomes Witsies and friends to the centenary celebrations. Photo: Keamogetswe Matlala
The kick-off of the homecoming parade, the crowd begins with a dash from the line as confetti litters the celebratory air. Photo: Colin Hugo
The Witsie Kudu couple wave to the crowds before the beginning of the parade. Photo: Colin Hugo
Witsies took to the streets of Braamfontein to celebrate Wits University’s 100 th birthday. Photo: Elishevah Bome
Besides the fancy- dress and costumes all those who took part of the Rag parade’s procession were wearing the widest and brightest smiles. Photo: Elishevah Bome
A wits parade volunteer proudly wearing her Wits 100 year shirt on the parade. Photo: Colin Hugo
he view of the 100 year parade from the 18th floor of the Wits Art Museum as the parade makes it’s way down Jorissen street. Photo: Colin Hugo
RAG Parade attendees paint their faces blue and gold. Photo: Tannur Anders
Parktown Boys High School band kicked off the celebrations with a performance. Photo: Tannur Anders
Wits cheerleaders partake in the first of the homecoming festivities. Photo: Tannur Anders
Wits Vuvuzela student journalist, Colin Hugo, came sixth in the #Wits100 Parkrun. Photo: Tannur Anders
The famous Great Hall is lit up by the centenary light show. Artists and dancers performed live impromptu art at the feet of the great hall. Photo: Colin Hugo
A picture of what Braamfontein used to look like displayed on the face lifted Great Hall. Photo: Colin Hugo
South African Rapper, Big Zulu, performing at the Free People’s Concert at Digs Field, West Campus. Photo: Busisiwe Mdluli
South African singer-songwriter, Jesse Clegg, performing the songs of his late father, Johnny Clegg at the Free People’s Concert. Photo: Busisiwe Mdluli
Some future Witsies taking a look at Great Hall. Photo: Elishevah Bome
Wits dean of student affairs Jerome September dolled up for the parade. Photo: Keamogetswe Matlala
Wits SRC president Cebolenkosi Khumalo cruising along with vice chancellor Zeblon Vilakazi as the parade moved into the streets of Braamfontein. Photo: Keamogetswe Matlala
Songs of struggle marked the separate march against exclusion by PYA and EFFSC student leaders which led the parade pack. Photo: Keamogetswe Matlala
Student leaders overtake the centenary parade with placards expressing adverse messaging. Photo: Keamogetswe Matlala
Vusi Mahlasela performing during his heart-warming set at The Free People’s Concert. Photo: Rufaro Chiswo
The crowd at the Free People’s Concert thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Photo: Rufaro Chiswo
Soweto Gospel Choir’s colourful outfits make the stage more vibrant. Photo: Rufaro Chiswo
The woodwind players from Mango Groove blowing everyone away. Photo: Rufaro Chiswo
Mango Groove’s Claire Johnston giving a jaw-dropping vocals. Photo: Rufaro Chiswo
Dazzled by the performers, the crowd can’t take their eyes off the stage. Photo: Rufaro Chiswo
Wits staff could not wait to get their hands on the special edition Wits Vuvuzela newspaper in celebration of the Wits centenary on morning September 2. Photo: Tylin Moodley
A player from the Orlando Pirates Legends team lines up an explosive penalty shot during the Wits Legends and Orlando Pirates Legends soccer match on Saturday, September 3. Photo: Tylin Moodley
Wits Legends (left) and Orlando Pirates Legends (right) come together in the heat to watch the penalties that Orlando Pirates Legends won 4-3 during Homecoming Weekend. Photo: Tylin Moodley
Wits fans came dressed in their supporter’s gear for the game against Wits Legends and Orlando Pirates Legends at Wits Stadium on the Saturday of Homecoming Weekend. Photo: Tylin Moodley
Wits Music Alumnus Mdu Mtshali and various artists perform Gideon Nxumalo’s ‘60th Celebration of Jazz Fantasia’. Photo: Mpho Hlakudi
Tenor Saxophonist, Thami Mahlangu performs an exquisite piece at the Wits Fantasia’ at the new Chris Seabrooke Music Hall on East Campus. Photo: Mpho Hlakudi
Performers take a bow as the crowd cheers and applauds their electric performance which earned a standing ovation. Photo: Mpho Hlakudi
The #Wits100 Light Show light up by a map of Wits Braamfontein surrounding areas. Photo: Mpho Hlakudi
Psychology student who “fell in love instantly” with basketball in grade five, wants the official structures to do more for women’s basketball.
The family of engineers has witnessed changes, from wearing blazers and carrying heavy drawing boards around campus, to (barely) wearing t-shirts and using computer-aided design.
Witsie has overcome several hurdles on the road to professional rugby.
Intergenerational trauma, poverty, and abuse in Indian women’s history were the topics of discussion at the Wits writing centre.
Student Entrepreneur Week 2022 gave students the taste of entrepreneur life and access to speakers who shared their trials and tribulations.
The university’s seven choirs sing together for the first time in two years to celebrate six decades of harmonious melodies.
An activist that pushes “against all odds” is looking to change the narrative of women’s health.
Education students reminded that, “ You are capable, you are here, and you can do it” as they get ready to tackle their first Wits exams.
A local animated film depicting the KhoiKhoi story gets recognition in New York.
The geology department’s “mineralogical treasures” lit up the Origins Centre in first ever public display.