Renovations to the canteen and replacement of the old basketball court for a garden aim to encourage students to spend more time on campus.
WINNING is the only option for Miss South Point 2016 and Miss Gauteng Exclusive 2017 finalist, Kelebogile Morukhu. The 21-year-old is currently a third-year student in education at Wits University. One of her biggest goals is to plant a seed of knowledge in the minds of young children. The multi talented model was in the front line of the #FeesMustFall campaign,is currently part of the Wits Education Choir, plays netball and recently joined the Wits Boxing Club. (more…)
Despite spokesperson of NSFAS Kagisho Mamabolo canceling ‘one on one’ talk hosted by the Wits School of Social Sciences Council on August 29, students were able to tabulate questions related to 2017 financial aid to the council in his absence.
Despite leaving some members behind due to lack of funding, the Wits Tang-Soo-Do scooped 17 medals in national tournament held in Potchefstroom.
Working on a foundation which aims to empower young girls who want to work in the arts, Gigi LaMayne proves that writing bars is not the only thing she is passionate about.
Three Wits Fine Arts students received 2017 Young Artist Awards at the opening of an exhibition showcasing the student’s work.
Three Wits Frisbee players are set to represent South Africa in 2018 World U24 Ultimate Championships
This week’s cool kid on campus is 22 year old painter and bottle cap sculptor Chris Soal (more…)
Andre Petersen ia a newly appointed Wits academic and award-winning pianist. (more…)
Graduation is a big deal! Well I did not realise this until I made my way to the monumental Great Hall. The road has been long, and I think any graduate would agree.
Wits graduate Lebo Mphela believes that the most important thing about leadership is the ability to listen. She is one of the Top 6 Finalists in leadership show One Day Leader.
The Wits Martial Arts team scooped 38 medals at a recent competition. (more…)