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The oldest women's residence on East Campus

Sunnyside Residence


Read about Sunnyside heritage in Wits Review, January 2012

The article evoked some Sunnyside memories

Information about Sunnyside today

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Ernest Oppenheimer Hall

A men's residence established in 1967

Entrance of Ernest Oppenheimer Hall of residence


See photos of the reunion dinner in 2017. 

Dr Brendon Mathews, a former EOH chairperson, has compiled a book about EOH which is available at a cost of R150 (excluding postage). Please contact for more information.

Read the 50th anniversary commemorative book, Ernest.  

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An EOH fund has been established for the upkeep and development of the residence and to support students in need. To donate online, please visit and click on Give to Wits. This will take you to a Donate page. You can then specify your support for EOH.

Men's Res

Men's Hall of Residence consists of College House and Dalrymple House

Men's Halls of Residence

Visit this page for Men's Res history.

Photos from the 95th reunion in September 2017.

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Jubilee Hall Residence


Information about Jubilee now

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Wits Junction

Wits Junction had to combine heritage and modern design.

Learn more about the Junction here.

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Parktown Village

Accommodation for postgraduate senior students

Parktown Village combines new buildings and heritage homes.

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Giving to Wits

School of Public Health Building

Whether you invest in a promising young student, or contribute towards vital research or new buildings and facilities – giving to Wits brings great personal satisfaction and lasting results you can be proud of for years to come.

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