Artistic brilliance meets scientific accuracy in the design behind a newly discovered dinosaur
Award-winning South African author Mohale Mashigo’s latest collection of short stories is an electric and provocative work that explores real South African issues using the unreal.
Naeemah Dudan and Sanet Oberholzer attended the first-ever Comic Con Africa, this was their experience.
It is the kind of work that transports an audience, and that questions our ability to tell the difference between reality and dreaming in a transformative way.
Medical anthropology professor combines art and science to highlight water crisis in South Africa.
The Wits Arts Collective were captivating at the Oslo Jazz Festival in Norway and The Orbit jazz club in Braamfontein.
A book review of the shocking exposé of the dark underbelly of some of South Africa’s twisted apartheid leaders.
Elizabeth-Jane Ringrose and Naeemah Dudan (more…)
Wits Pride Week 2018 has been a tumultuous one for the queer community
To the Koppi and back: surviving the weekend
Wits student play scoops awards at Grahamstown National Arts Festival.
Gala discussions take place quarterly at Wits University.
Sabelo Mlangeni latest work takes audience to Zion Church