The Israeli Apartheid Week began at Wits and Rashaad, chairperson of Wits Palestine solidarity Committee (PSC) gives insight of what this week… Read more What about #IsraeliApartheidWeek?
In 2016 I had the chance to join 11 others out of the 800+ applicants who applied, to be part… Read more Still under construction
Adventures from the Big apple to California all the way to Swaziland, South Africa, Malawi and Kenya. Stay Tuned…
In April thousands of South Africans mobilised in various parts of the country to participate in the #AntiZumaMarch. Here are… Read more The best of the #AntiZumaMarch
There was great buzz about Wits University’s Great Hall. Graduands gathered to claim their victory. Congratulations and the greatest of… Read more Conquering the Wits Edge!
Watch some of your favourite 2017 Wits gratuation moments captured on camera at the Great Hall. Shot by Karen Mwendera.
Kenyan author Ngũgĩ Wa Thiong’o, often termed the founding father of decolonisation discourse, had a packed Wits University Great Hall… Read more Ngugi Wits lecture in 140 characters
Prof. Giona Tuccini’s lecture given at the Humanities building. His lecture expanded on the complexity of stereotypes.
Fees Must Fall student leader and activist, Bonginkhosi Khanyile, finally free after spending five months in prison. These tweets show… Read more #FreeBonginkhosi documented
23-year-old Phumelo Medupe is an aeronautical engineering Wits student by day and professional stripper by night and the current title… Read more Cool Kid: The chronicles of the student stripper