The 23-year-old artist uses various mediums and materials to retell reflective tales of the modern African man.
Moving from a private to a public institution, one learns that giving up is not an option.
Introducing a young student entrepreneur with big goals that pave his way into the fashion industry.
The award honours exceptional PhD students who aim at making their mark in promising and disruptive technologies. (more…)
Students are advised to understand and know which service provider is strongest in their area and to obtain a SIM card from the provider with the strongest connection in their area.
The postponed Met Gala represents more than just a cancelled event for fashion lovers like me. (more…)
Bareng Dona is a final–year law student and co-chairperson of the new executive committee of Amnesty International Wits, a human rights advocacy group that serves to promote equality at the university. Wits Vuvuzela spoke to her about the organisation’s plans in 2021.
From navigating personal mental issues to helping destigmatise and claim ownership of one’s mental health: Meet this week’s cool kid, Mbali Shongwe, activist and founder of the youth–led nonprofit, Mindful(l) Organisation.
“Everyone can contribute and should contribute. What do you have to offer for the earth you live in?” says Witsie, Celiwe Shivambo about the fight against climate change. (more…)
Meet this week’s cool kid on campus, who is using dance to help students manage university life. (more…)
The university acknowledges that “a graduation ceremony is a major life event and we understand that many graduands were disappointed by the events that transpired”.
The return of students to their residences has come with its first cases of covid-19. (more…)