The passing of a loved one is a traumatic journey that brings the realisation that death is the final nail in the coffin. (more…)
BA sports development third-year student from the University of Johannesburg has qualified to compete for the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
“I do not want to white anymore; I do not want to rainbow nation without bread,” says Makhafula Vilakazi in one of his new songs
Former Public Protector Professor Thuli Madonsela believes all hands must get on deck to fight in the war against corruption. (more…)
The Wits EFFSC continues its protest against financial exclusions at Wits University. (more…)
The Solomon Mahlangu building at Wits University has been shut down after an altercation took place between Wits campus security and Wits EFF members. (more…)
Orientation Week preparations kick off as 500 senior students prepare to be the link connecting freshers to support services on campus.
The Covid Democracy Survey indicates that more than 60% of South Africans are willing to get vaccinated against covid-19 while some fear the vaccine’s effectivity and side-effects. (more…)
Some prospective first-year students fear that this might compromise their chances of succeeding at Wits. (more…)
The pandemic had a devastating effect on the morale of members of clubs and societies in 2020, but 2021 provides new opportunities to remain relevant. (more…)
Staff members working in open-plan offices and high-risk conditions that pose health threats are advised to work on a rotational basis.
Social distancing and other covid-19 protocols followed as rugby team hopes the Varsity Cup tournament will go ahead after the pandemic forced its abandonment in 2020.