Hearing the deaf

Witsie, Chelsea Van der Merwe, is the go-to-girl when it comes to making sure the deaf get heard. Van der Merwe, a third year drama and sign language student, said Wits is one of… Continue reading

Right2Know campaign gets loud

Right2Know campaign members protested outside Albert Luthuli House today against President Jacob Zuma signing the Secrecy Bill. About 10 protesters dressed in their red and black Right2Know campaign shirts, held banners and posters that shot down… Continue reading

Wits sexual harassment enquiry complete

 by Shandukani Mulaudzi and Caro Malherbe Wits has pledged to undertake a multidimensional approach to issues of sexual harassment on campus by formulating a special task team initiated by the vice chancellors office.… Continue reading

Wits Business School journey back to #1

by Caro Malherbe and Shandukani Mulaudzi After the resignation of Professor Wendy Ngoma, Director of the Wits Business School (WBS), Professor Adam Habib plans to fix the leadership “crisis” in order to restore the school… Continue reading

Habib talks love, family and Savernake

Fatima Habib, the wife of newly installed Wits vice chancellor Adam Habib, proves that behind every powerful man is an equally strong woman. Fast talking and immaculately presented in a dark blue dress… Continue reading

South Africa wins for Mandela

The Nelson Mandela Sports and Culture Day at the FBN stadium in Soweto saw both the Boks and Bafana Bafana play to victory. The stadium was a alive with #humanspirit as a diversity of South… Continue reading

Rumble in the tunnel-Update

THE PROGRESSIVE Youth Alliance (PYA) may have acted improperly when they painted the tunnel connecting East and West Campus as part of their SRC electoral campaign. The PYA painted the tunnel on Monday… Continue reading

Oppikoppi 2013- The bass that drew in the beasts

It is kind of strange and almost unreal. I went in not knowing what to expect and came out not knowing how to explain. As you drive down the dusty road to your… Continue reading

Tunnel of colour

The Progressive Youth Alliance spray painted the West Campus tunnel today. With the  SRC 2013/2014 elections which took place this month, the Progressive Youth Alliance (PYA) “wants to let students know that the PYA… Continue reading

‘Fast’ food

The Wits and UJ Muslim student associations broke their fast together at a Ramadan Iftar dinner at UJ on Tuesday. The room was full of excitement as the students sat cross-legged on the floor,… Continue reading