United they stood: The Democratic Alliance (DA), the Economic Freedom fighters (EFF), Congress of the People (COPE), and the African… Read more #SecretBallot march unites opposition parties
“Art should play an integral role in influencing urban areas but unfortunately there’s not enough funding to support artists or… Read more Shaping urban areas through art
The twenty-three year old said he has been able to finance his education with the money he gets from stripping.
Glenda Gray is the second Wits proffesor to be featured on TIME Magazine tOP 100 Most Influential.
Stats SA show that there has been a -4 000 annual change in the number of employees in mining and quarrying… Read more Not enough jobs for mining engineering students
A Wits professor Glenda Gray has been appointed the chair of the board of the GACD.
With a beer in one hand and their ideas in another, students grappled with social and economic issues on the… Read more Beer stimulates political debate
“We should be trained not only as job seekers but also to have a mind-set that says, ‘I should be… Read more Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma calls on students to take responsibility for SA’S future
R175, 000 is what almost stood in the way of Makhuru from graduating.
The student party has requested that an external auditing organisation be charged with counting the votes during the elections