Without training students are ‘wasted potential’

The Moshal Scholarship Program invests in individuals who could end up mopping floors if they are not given opportunities. The program that started in 2010, by Martin Moshal, seeks out exceptional individuals who have the… Continue reading

Just Google It…

GOOGLE is creating future leaders in technology by targeting universities in sub-Saharan Africa and Wits is one of them. Thanks to Witsies Jordan Stephanou and Jason Botha, Wits has been registered as one… Continue reading

Oui, Oui Wits!

Wits University was the first to try out the waterless urinal in South Africa. In 1983 the Switzerland based company Addicom introduced the waterless urinal to South Africa during a time when the… Continue reading

Wonder who the Royal Baby will take after…

The truth about Jozi- Red Bus City Tour

By now most South Africans know that Johannesburg city is the sweating steam-engine that runs our country. Johannesburg is where it all happens, where our economy took root and grew. What most people… Continue reading

Wits celebrate Mandela Day (VIDEO)

We don’t need Mandela Day

This Mandela Day will certainly be regarded as the most significant so far – but why do we need a Mandela Day at all? On July 18, 2009, Mandela’s birthday, Mandela Day was… Continue reading

Mbeki: ANC puts a plaster over poverty.

POLITICAL analyst and businessman, Moeletsi Mbeki said the ANC has merely “put a plaster over poverty” in the last 20 years. Mbeki joined Democratic Alliance (DA) Premier, Helen Zille for a discussion with… Continue reading

Barman boredom- perfected animal sounds

On a recent trip to Riebeek Kasteel in the Western Cape I came across a little bar called the Jolly Olive. Much like the rest of the little town, it was quite barren,… Continue reading

Last Moyo taking TeamVuvu to the cleaners