WITS UNIVERSITY deployed private security outside Noswal Hall residence on September 27 in response to safety complaints raised by students in April. Continue reading “Private security offers temporary solution to Noswal Hall’s woes”
STUDENTS GATHERED at the Senate House concourse on Tuesday afternoon to witness the unveiling of Solomon Mahlangu House’s plaque but were surprised to find a no show. Continue reading “Students left bewildered by Solomon Mahlangu non-event”
A POOR VOTER turnout for the Wits Student Representative Council (SRC) over the past five years has led to the university proposing the use of an online voting system to elect the 2017/2018 members. Continue reading “Electronic voting for the SRC on the cards”
WITS ALUMNUS and Ernest Oppenheimer (EOH) 1969 house committee chairperson, David Hudgson, has donated R 150 000 to the all-male residence. Continue reading “Alumnus boosts EOH trust with R 150 000”
Temporary accommodation opened for financially constrained students.
As of next week, as many as 330 students who are currently without accommodation will be housed in a temporary facility until the end of 2017 examinations. Continue reading “Needy students to get free accommodation till end of year”
Wits University patrollers claim that Wits rules do not apply to them despite being insourced since January this year. Continue reading “Wits rules don’t apply to us – patrollers”
THE WITS South African Students Congress (SASCO) branch elected its Branch Executive Committee (BEC) for 2017/2018 last Friday, and, for only the second time, both the chairperson and vice chairperson are women. Continue reading “Women take charge of Wits SASCO”