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India, South Africa and Australia shared similar volcanic activity 3.5 billion years ago
Ancient volcanism dating back to 3.5 billion years ago are common to Archaean cratons of South Africa, India, and Australia.
8 June 2023
Start-ups prepare for intervarsity competition
Student entrepreneurs are set to conquer the regional rounds with groundbreaking ideas and unwavering ambition.
7 June 2023
Remembering SA's “Grand Geek” and programming pioneer
Many speak fondly of how Professor Barry Dwolatzky took them into a derelict disco and enthusiastically explained the tech co-working space he envisioned there.
7 June 2023
From creepy crawlies to surviving winter, Wits in 60 Seconds keeps you up to date with the latest news from Wits University. Be inspired as this captivating visual journey unfolds, showcasing the remarkable impact of Wits University on the ‘glocal’ stage.Watch
Rolling blackouts: Light at the end of the tunnel?
"The more government gets out of the way and allows the market to operate, the sooner we will see an end to loadshedding and a return to reliable supply," says Rod Crompton, Visiting Adjunct Professor in the African Energy Leadership Centre and long-serving non-executive member of the Eskom board.Read the story in Curios.ty 15: #Energy