Monday, 10 September 2018 - Sunday, 16 September 2018
'Tap your Afro Source Code' will explore how local culture can move and change the future of technology, and unpack the source code of our African identity.
Wits University presents WATERSHED: Art, Science & Elemental Politics, a programme of exhibitions and academic symposia to provoke new thinking about water.
Professors Glenda Gray and Billy Ramokgopa will deliver the Annual Steve Biko Bioethics Lecture.
The Wits community is invited to attend the launch of the Mexican Studies Centre.
The Centre for Deaf Studies will celebrate 20 years of research excellence in Deaf Education.
This talk will be delivered by Yvette Christiansë, a prominent poet, novelist and academic who has done more than most to put South African literature at sea.
Wits Theatre in association with Pegs Music Project presents Rediscovering the Genius of Bheki Mseleku, facilitated by Dr Lindelwa Dalamba.