Isme Bennie: Media and mentoring mogul One of the most influential women in Canadian broadcasting, Isme Bennie mentored many successful Canadian executives in a career that has spanned three decades.
Danny K: On track to a better society It's difficult to imagine but there was a time when Danny K wasn't sure he would make it in the music industry.
Drama for Life, five years young and "you ANC nothing yet!" In just five years, the Drama for Life (DfL) applied drama and theatre research programme at Wits has produced more than 80 alumni who now work across Africa.
Nerd for life Ronnie Apteker
Witsies reflect on their Alma Mater
Memories of Sunnyside l and ll
FICTION Illuminating Love, by Hazel Frankel The Dancing and the Death on Lemon Street, by Denis Hirson
SELF-HELP Branding and Marketing YOU, by Donna Rachelson
MEMOIR Hemispheres: Inside a Stroke, by Karen Lazar
Marginal Spaces - Reading Ivan Vladislavic Edited by Gerald Gaylard (Wits University Press, 2011) Radio in Africa: Publics, Cultures, Communities By L Gunner, D Ligaga and D Moyo (eds) (Wits University Press, 2011)
Wits welcomes new students and celebrates turning 90
Adam, Anvir (1937 - 2011)Berthoud, Jacques Alexandre (1935 - 2011) Harington, Catherine Florence (1925 - 2011) Kahn, Adele (1924 - 2011) Rudolph, Harold Geoffrey (1947 - 2011) Sandig, Raymond (1916 - 2011) Williamson, Shirley Barbara (1925 - 2012)
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