Two students who are volunteers of the media task team took to the front of the marches to do coverage of the days events.
Wits University has added another 1st place ranking title for 2016 from the latest international ranking table that has come out. The latest ranking is called the Shanghai ranking and it is known to be a prestigious one.
The seriousness of mental illnesses is often overlooked, this weeks Slice of life looks at depression and mental illnesses and what it is like living with a mental illness.
Saturday September 10 is World Suicide Prevention day it is an event that happens every year to help increase awareness around suicide and break the stigma around it.
Thuto-Gaasenwe is a passionate spoken word poet who studies Civil Engineering and has a love for the art way of life.
Sport climbing has now been recognised as an Olympic sport for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. (more…)
Wits Vuvuzela takes a look at the sexual harassment policies of the University of Pretoria, University of the Witwatersrand and Rhodes University.
Local Government Elections are tomorrow but according to members of the of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and intersexual (LGBTI) community their voices are not there.
There is a dance group located in the township of Tembisa and its changing young lives and creating opportunities through dance.
Project W has been working on a campaign that aims to help more students graduate.
An intersectionality dialogue session was held today looking at how identities interlink, focusing on queerness, race and gender.
This years Annual Wits Pride aims to focus on opposing all forms of oppression and not just oppression found in the LGBT community.