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Sunday, 01 May 2016 - Tuesday, 31 May 2016

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Drama for Life and Wits Theatre are proud to present the work of artist - in –residence, Marina Magalhães.

Event Time : 19:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Economic and Business Sciences will host Prof. Ronald Wall to present a seminar on Johannesburg’s position within foreign direct investments.

Event Time : 12:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus West

The National Aerospace Centre and the School of Mechanical, Industrial and Aeronautical Engineering at Wits will host Mark Comninos to present this lecture.

Event Time : 12:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Centre for Indian Studies in Africa (CISA) will host Dr Anne Heffernan, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, to deliver this talk.

Event Time : 14:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

The Humanities Graduate Centre will host a colloquium aimed at key scholars in the arts that have responded in various ways to the recent students' movements.

Event Time : 15:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Join the Wits City Institute in collaboration with the Wits Anthropology Museum for the opening of No Place, an exhibition by artist Jean Brundrit.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Mteto Nyati, CEO of MTN South Africa, will present this lecture hosted by the Wits Business School.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Parktown Management Campus

Drama for Life and Wits Theatre are proud to present the work of artist - in –residence, Marina Magalhães.

Event Time : 19:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Economic and Business Sciences will host Prof. Ronald Wall to present a seminar on Johannesburg’s position within foreign direct investments.

Event Time : 12:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus West

The African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS) will host a lunchtime seminar on forms of violence in Mexico City.

Event Time : 12:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Humanities Graduate Centre will host a colloquium aimed at key scholars in the arts that have responded in various ways to the recent students' movements.

Event Time : 15:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Drama for Life and Wits Theatre are proud to present the work of artist - in –residence, Marina Magalhães.

Event Time : 19:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Various Schools and Departments at Wits will celebrate Africa Week in a series of events including panel discussions, poetry sessions, a film festival etc.

Event Time : 8:15

The Society, Work and Development Institute (SWOP) will host Tracy Humbly (SWOP Research Associate) to present this research seminar.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Professor Michael Kimmel, an internationally renowned expert on gender will present two discussions on gender equality.

Event Time : 13:15

Professor Pumla Dineo Gqola will deliver her Inaugural Lecture titled; Writing Miriam Tlali: Authority, voice and black feminist imagination.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Various Schools and Departments at Wits will celebrate Africa Week in a series of events including panel discussions, poetry sessions, a film festival etc.

Event Time : 8:15

The African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS) will host a lunchtime seminar on how new migrant communities in Fordsburg, (re)construct space and place.

Event Time : 12:45

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Ruined launches the 2016 Student Drama programme. The story is both a romance and thriller, in a chaotic war-torn world of music, fear and celebration.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Various Schools and Departments at Wits will celebrate Africa Week in a series of events including panel discussions, poetry sessions, a film festival etc.

Event Time : 8:15

Get up close and personal with all kinds of weird and wonderful animals at Yebo Gogga Yebo amaBlomo 2016.

Event Time : 9:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Wits University Press and the Wits Institute of Social and Economic Research will host the launch of Maxim Bolt’s book.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Ruined launches the 2016 Student Drama programme. The story is both a romance and thriller, in a chaotic war-torn world of music, fear and celebration.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Various Schools and Departments at Wits will celebrate Africa Week in a series of events including panel discussions, poetry sessions, a film festival etc.

Event Time : 8:15

Get up close and personal with all kinds of weird and wonderful animals at Yebo Gogga Yebo amaBlomo 2016.

Event Time : 9:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Global Labour University Programme at Wits celebrates its 10 year anniversary.

Event Time : 17:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Arts Film & TV Division will host a special screening event of the documentary Incarcerated Knowledge , directed by Dylan Valley.

Event Time : 17:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Ruined launches the 2016 Student Drama programme. The story is both a romance and thriller, in a chaotic war-torn world of music, fear and celebration.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Various Schools and Departments at Wits will celebrate Africa Week in a series of events including panel discussions, poetry sessions, a film festival etc.

Event Time : 8:15

Get up close and personal with all kinds of weird and wonderful animals at Yebo Gogga Yebo amaBlomo 2016.

Event Time : 9:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The official memorial service will take place on Friday for the seven Wits students who tragically passed away on 1 May 2016.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Anja Smith and Laura Rossouw from the Research on Socio-Economic Policy unit in the Economics Department at Stellenbosch University will present this seminar.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

Professor Michael Samuel will present at the Wits School of Education Research Weekend.

Event Time : 14:15

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

Ruined launches the 2016 Student Drama programme. The story is both a romance and thriller, in a chaotic war-torn world of music, fear and celebration.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Various Schools and Departments at Wits will celebrate Africa Week in a series of events including panel discussions, poetry sessions, a film festival etc.

Event Time : 8:15

Get up close and personal with all kinds of weird and wonderful animals at Yebo Gogga Yebo amaBlomo 2016.

Event Time : 9:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Ruined launches the 2016 Student Drama programme. The story is both a romance and thriller, in a chaotic war-torn world of music, fear and celebration.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Get up close and personal with all kinds of weird and wonderful animals at Yebo Gogga Yebo amaBlomo 2016.

Event Time : 9:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The distinguished lecture series of the DST/NRF SARChI Chair in Critical Diversity Studies will feature Dr Leonidas Donski.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Off campus

Tales of Ovid: Metamorphosis is the final presentation of 8 final year Theatre and Performance students.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Gilad Isaacs, researcher at Corporate Strategy and Industrial Development in the School of Economic and Business Sciences will present this seminar.

Event Time : 9:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

The Marang Centre for Maths and Science Education will host a seminar presented by William Hunter.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

The School of Literature, Language and Media will host a critical debate around transformation in the South African media.

Event Time : 16:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Tales of Ovid: Metamorphosis is the final presentation of 8 final year Theatre and Performance students.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Tales of Ovid: Metamorphosis is the final presentation of 8 final year Theatre and Performance students.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Tales of Ovid: Metamorphosis is the final presentation of 8 final year Theatre and Performance students.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Bring the whole family along for a fun-filled fossil dig at the Origins Centre.

Event Time : 10:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Salt Water is a new poetry anthology by Raphael d’Abdon.

Event Time : 14:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Tales of Ovid: Metamorphosis is the final presentation of 8 final year Theatre and Performance students.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Deputy Minister of International Relations and the first Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Marcelino González, will present this lecture.

Event Time : 16:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS) will host this afternoon seminar.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Research Initiative, coordinated by the Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry (CSMI), will host this talk.

Event Time : 15:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus West

Professor Zeblon Vilakazi will deliver his inaugural lecture on the study of nuclear matter under extreme conditions.

Event Time : 17:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Celebrate the Detours Festival fifth birthday this year with a series of workshops that are open to both students and the public.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits Choirs in concert with Missouri State University Chorale, USA is an event that will offer something to everyone’s taste.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Gcina Mhlophe and Masoja Msiza will be featured at this performance.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Celebrate the Detours Festival fifth birthday this year with a series of workshops that are open to both students and the public.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Governance in partnership with the Thabo Mbeki Foundation hosts a dialogue on the rights of women in peace and security in Africa.

Event Time : 15:30

Venue : Parktown Management Campus

Celebrate the Detours Festival fifth birthday this year with a series of workshops that are open to both students and the public.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Governance in collaboration with the United States Embassy, will host the fifth Dialogue on Development & Rights.

Event Time : 17:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus West

#IAmOneInThree and #RUReferenceList activation have highlighted the need to better engage and respond to gender-based violence and rape culture on campuses.

Event Time : 17:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

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