For final-year medical students, the covid-19 pandemic has been the start of their future as doctors, physicians, nurses and surgeons. It has been a dive into the deep end of healthcare and was truly a case of sink or swim.
Questions have been raised about the expensive resale industry within the growing sneaker culture of South Africa. (more…)
Online maths platform launches new competition as it steps up battle against maths crisis (more…)
The access to higher education webinar in a post-covid South Africa discussed the future of higher education and interventions into funding policy.
Work begins on old buildings and ‘depreciating’ utilities after Raiders meet with Wits Campus Housing
Register online to get vaccinated in 5 simple steps.
Drive-in cinema makes a comeback in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic providing patrons entertainment from the comfort of their cars
Late registration is the hot topic among students after Unisa extended its assignment deadline for the second time. (more…)
Well over a year since the covid-19 pandemic hit, health workers speak out about their burnout. (more…)
Zanolwazi Kunene is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela. He captured the Palestinian human rights protest which took the form of a motorcade starting in Marks Park on May 23, 2021.
There is always a need for new innovative ideas to keep entertainment relevant to a changing audience; why not for football as well?
Students are advised to understand and know which service provider is strongest in their area and to obtain a SIM card from the provider with the strongest connection in their area.