Members from the Economic Freedom Fighters took to the streets of Braamfontein and Johannesburg CBD on August 8 2017, in support of the vote of no confidence motion against President Jacob Zuma to be tabled in the national assembly. Continue reading “EFF shut down Braamfontein and Johannesburg CBD in #NoConfidence march”
Three Wits Fine Arts students received 2017 Young Artist Awards at the opening of an exhibition showcasing the student’s work. Continue reading “Wits showcases its award-winning young artists”
Three Wits Frisbee players are set to represent South Africa in 2018 World U24 Ultimate Championships Continue reading “Three Witsies set for international frisbee spinoff”
Lack of housing brought desperate residents from Alexandra to protest on July 11, 2017 in aim to grasp attention from local government. Continue reading ““We want houses or space”- Alexandra Residents: Pictures”
A photo-essay navigating the identity of Pakistani and Bangladeshi nationals who own shops around the Braamfontein area in Johannesburg. Continue reading “My name is not “My Friend”, my friend: Photo-essay”
The Wits Journalism launched the State of The Newsroom 2015/2016 at the Wits Club on April 4, 2017.
Wits University hosted the annual Africa Week from April 10-13 to celebrate the rich culture and diversity of the African Culture. Continue reading “Africa Week at Wits University: Day 1”
Drama for Life launched the 2017 South African Theatre Season: New Histories// New Beginnings with a performance directed and choreographed by Yana Seidl. The launch was held at the Wits Theatre on Thursday evening, April 20, 2017 Continue reading “Drama for Life: The South African Theatre Season 2017 Launch”
Your Voice: Wits University students have their say on which celebrity they would invite to graduation and why? Some interesting answers!
Continue reading “Which celebrity would you have at your graduation and why?”