13 June 2018
Students taking on food security on campus.
22 June 2018
Could radicalism be a way to tackle historical injustices in cities?
Five things you didn’t know about Rivonia trial lawyer Joel Joffe, lawyer extraordinaire.
Kenya is perceived as one of the world’s most corrupt countries, ranked 143 out of 180 on Transparency International’s 2017 corruption perception index.
26 June 2018
The Wits Business School will host this panel discussion on Pan-Africanism.
28 June 2018
The story of how Wits alumnus Matthew Whalley founded an innovative South African drone company.
2 July 2018
The South African Journal on Human Rights and the Centre for Applied Legal Studies at Wits will host this colloquium on land and property.
The fourth issue of Wits' new research magazine is themed: #Watershed
The April issue pays tribute to Wits Rag, a tradition as old as the University itself.
Wits has a reputation built on research and academic excellence.
Wits' latest research news and discoveries from Schools, Faculties and research entities.