Ntando Ximba is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela. In this photo essay, he captured the various ways people around the country deal with load-shedding and load-reduction.
Zanolwazi Kunene is a student journalist for Wits Vuvuzela. He captured the Palestinian human rights protest which took the form of a motorcade starting in Marks Park on May 23, 2021.
At a protest in Braamfontein, Ugandan opposition activists called for democracy and an end to oppression in their country.
Week-long discussions resulted in concessions being made by the university, among them to provide R20 million, and Wits SRC insistence that all students offered readmission be allowed to register (more…)
The private student accommodation company is caught between the Unemployment Insurance Fund and workers stressed by the regulations to control the coronavirus pandemic. (more…)
It is time to stop pointing the finger at what everyone else is doing during lockdown that is not to your personal satisfaction.
Wits students shut down FASO in NSFAS delay protest.
WBHO not ready to address outsourced construction workers at a site in Braamfontein. (more…)
“They attack us to make us run away so they can take our things without running inventory, and they always jump to the tills first.”
Crowd control remains in the jurisdiction of the state and Public Order Policing and not private security – report. (more…)
Organisers of the march say the charges are a form of intimidation.