Despite the change of covid-19 regulations, student accommodations continue to follow and practice strict covid-19 protocols.
The University of Witwatersrand will persist with the blended learning programme for the foreseeable future.
Health workers hope this is a temporary hiccup and that Witsies can enjoy the convenience of getting vaccinated on campus again.
Closing during the pandemic was tough for every business but reopening after the pandemic is a new challenge businesses at Wits must now face.
With the majority of the Wits community vaccinated, it seems the university has been able to successfully implement its vaccine policy within a short number of weeks.
Teams and spectators are invited to the 16th edition of the Ashies tournament after it was cancelled in 2020 due to the covid-19 outbreak.
The FNB Varsity Cup is back for 2022, this time with supporters in the stands, a first since the start of the pandemic (more…)
The demand for distance learning is growing rapidly due to the covid-19 pandemic and it is further exacerbating the education inequalities in the country. (more…)
Although universities say their dropout rates have not increased during the covid-19 pandemic, students are still struggling with learning. (more…)
Students are finding that their historical way of living and their future outlook have drastically changed, due to the impact of covid-19 in affecting household incomes.
The instability of the past year prompted Christian students to challenge their personal routines and evaluate their relationships with God and their churches. (more…)
In March 2020, South Africa imposed a tobacco ban as part of the country’s response to curb the spread of covid-19. This resulted in various behavioural changes among young people, some evident even in the aftermath of the ban.