Monday, 12 August 2019 - Sunday, 18 August 2019
The 11th Drama for Life Conference and Festival will host the biggest binational investment in children's culture .
Celebrate the Wits entrepreneurial and innovative culture and be a part of the on-campus celebration of innovators and job creators who launch start-ups.
Along with the International Commission of Jurists, the Centre of Applied Legal Studies (CALS) will host a discussion on women's socio-economic rights.
Mike Klassen, a PhD-candidate in Higher Education at the University of Toronto will present this seminar.
The Department of Political Studies and the New Nation Movement are co-hosting a dialogue on electoral reform.
The colloquium offers an inclusive and diverse set of presentations from NGO's, academics and community activists.
Join CLEAR-AA for this café discussion.
CLEAR-AA will host this high-level debate.
Wits Choir and Young Wits Choir under the direction of Dalene Hoogenhout will host our neighbours, the UJ Choir for a celebration of choral music.
Bring the children along for an afternoon of art and play