A call to the youth to step up OR Tambo style

In celebration of OR Tambo’s leadership, THE MAIL & GUARDIAN  hosted a Critical Thinking Forum which prompted the youth to step up and do more.

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We are PSL champions!

The Bidvest Wits celebrate after they won their maiden Absa Premiership, 96 years after the team was established.

Nomvelo Chalumbira & Gypseenia Lion

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UFC church demands the city leaves its church alone

Unity Fellowship Church (UFC) refuse to stand down against the City of Johannesburg as they protest a court order issued against them, to be evicted and demolish their church.

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“Free education” funding models keeps student’s hopes up

Wits University SRC hosted a discussion on different “free higher education” funding models and the way forward to achieve the vision. 

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Masutha: ‘Defending the status quo on higher education funding is moronic’

Wits University’s former Student Representative Council (SRC) President and founder of Thusanani Foundation, Mukovhe Masutha, engaged students about free higher education and what needs be done now.

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Q&A: Simbongile Ndlangisa

Simbongile Ndlangisa is making a name for herself in the creative industry running the operations of The Threaded Man.

AT JUST 23 years old, Wits University BA graduate Simbongile Ndlangisa is a shaker and mover as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of one of the biggest South African men’s fashion and lifestyle production agencies and online portal, The Threaded Man. Hailing from the ‘Friendly City’ of Port Elizabeth, Ndlangisa is already making a name for herself in the creative industry. She has done consultancy work for major clients like Woolworths and Edcon. Wits Vuvuzela caught up with the industry disruptor.

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Photographer captures life in San communities over thirty years

The Traces and Tracks exhibition documenting the San people over 30 years is now on at the Origin Centre.

This article was first published on Wits Vuvuzela April 18, 2017.

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