This article was originally published on Sebenza Live, a division of TimesLive on April 26, 2018. Continue reading “How this entrepreneur used social media to create a flourishing business”
Wits Journalism brings the 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference to Africa which will bring over 1 000 top investigative journalists together. Continue reading “Investigative journalism conference comes to Africa”
Renovations to the canteen and replacement of the old basketball court for a garden aim to encourage students to spend more time on campus. Continue reading “Boston City Campus gets a facelift”
KPMG South Africa has been under heavy criticism recently after the auditing firm retracted conclusions and findings of a report conducted for the South African Revenue Services (Sars) following an internal investigation. Finance students have been urged to use the KPMG controversy as a case study for their future careers in the financial services sector.
Continue reading “Finance students learn from KPMG saga”
So Solo theatre festival will give audiences an exciting and diverse theatrical experience with 12 solo performances from September 27 to October 8.
Continue reading “So Solo: It’s not just a one-man show”
Sexual health usually is an uncomfortable conversation, but not for the Wits medical student association who hosted a talk tackling the conversations about sexuality.
Continue reading “‘Let us talk about vaginas’”
Despite spokesperson of NSFAS Kagisho Mamabolo canceling ‘one on one’ talk hosted by the Wits School of Social Sciences Council on August 29, students were able to tabulate questions related to 2017 financial aid to the council in his absence. Continue reading “Wits NSFAS students left hanging”