Amid protests over fees, historical debt and allowances, an increase in allocated funds is announced for higher education.(more…)
Financial exclusion remains a running theme as students fight against fee blocks and high accommodation costs.(more…)
This week saw the winter season for 2022 make its mark, with the coldest night of the year recorded in parts of Gauteng by the South African Weather Service on May 31, 2022. Wits Vuvuzela took to Main Campus to see how Witsies and the surrounds have taken to the freezing temperatures.
And here’s what Witsies say they like about the colder months of the year.
Two UCT graduates and a Witsie who became company executives before their 30th birthdays, are an inspiration to South Africa’s youth.
The Wits Digital Dome will leave you seeing more than just stars.
Productivity is a prerequisite for functioning in this fast-paced world, but when obsessing over it becomes a measure of one’s success, it can quickly become toxic. (more…)
The youthful Wits men’s first team hockey spent no time wandering when they faced the mature 2021 champions, who scored the match’s only goal.
Well-rounded law students tip the scales in their favour when applying for articles. (more…)
Recruiters were impressed by the eagerness of the students to learn about employment contracts and vacation jobs.
The pandemic years have been anything but ‘normal’, but graduands have hope that the April 2022 graduations will provide them with the university experience they have missed.
Systems of higher education appear to be designed for childless students who enter university with minimal responsibilities but for parents seeking a qualification, the obstacles are endless.
There are countless hurdles to be cleared by young people after high school, and society should work harder at preparing children to overcome them.