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Wednesday, 18 October 2017 - Friday, 17 November 2017

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The Transformation and Employment Equity Office hosts this lunchtime presentation by Diane Schneider, Head of Talent & Transformation for Deloitte Africa.

Event Time : 13:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The next Geospatial Sciences seminar will be presented by Dr Gina Wei-Smith from the Human Sciences Research Council.

Event Time : 13:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry will host Dr Limakatso Lebina from the Perinatal HIV Research Unit (PHRU) to present this seminar.

Event Time : 15:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Professor Rais Latypov from the School of Geosciences in the Faculty of Science will present his inaugural lecture.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Arts and Wits Theatre presents Ten Bush, written by Mncedisi Shabangu and Craig Higginson and directed by Prince Lamla.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

“Business in the digital age: where to play, and how to win”

Event Time : 16:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus West

The School of Physics will host Dr Debashree Dattaray (Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India) to present this seminar.

Event Time : 16:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

The annual Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture will be presented by Issa Shivji.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Arts and Wits Theatre presents Ten Bush, written by Mncedisi Shabangu and Craig Higginson and directed by Prince Lamla.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Arts and Wits Theatre presents Ten Bush, written by Mncedisi Shabangu and Craig Higginson and directed by Prince Lamla.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

In May 1896 as the Scramble for Africa was reaching its zenith, the first film screening in southern Africa took place in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

Event Time : 8:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

In May 1896 as the Scramble for Africa was reaching its zenith, the first film screening in southern Africa took place in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

Event Time : 8:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

From Growth to Wellbeing: Why our development model is anachronistic and what to do about it 

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Professor William Daniels from the School of Physiology will present his inaugural lecture on his body of research work into the human brain.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Parktown Health Sciences Campus

The Wits Centre for Diversity Studies (WiCDS) hosts a panel discussion on race and representation in media and advertising.

Event Time : 14:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The NRF / British Academy Research Chair in Political Theory hosts Tendayi Sithole (UNISA) to present this public lecture.

Event Time : 12:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Wits Alumni Relations invites you to attend a discussion with entrepreneur and Wits BCom graduate Musa Kalenga about his recent book, Ladders & Trampolines.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus West

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