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Wits University has released a framework in efforts to make vaccines mandatory for student. The University has now received some negative reactions to this proposal.


Are you wanting to study at the University of Witwatersrand? Are you wondering how you can apply to the University of Witwatersrand to study in 2022? Well we can help. Find out how to apply below. 


A degree in Public Relations can open the door to multiple career opportunities, including occupations in Marketing Coordination, Copywriting, Media Relations, Government Affairs, and so on. In South Africa, there are a number of tertiary institutions to choose from which offer the opportunity to study within this range of expertise.


The Student Representative Council Support Office of the University of Witwatersrand has held an event called ‘Inkundla Yamakhosikazi’. The aim of the event was to provide a safe space for young black women to meet and discuss the issues they face and establish a way forward for themselves.


Wits' Student Representative Council has announced that the University has agreed to pay the fees of LLB students who were hurt by NSFAS' decision to no longer fund the qualification. NSFAS made the decision early this year that they would no longer be funding postgraduate qualifications.


A bigger spotlight is needed when it comes to student mental health. In just two weeks, three students from the University of the Witwatersrand died by suicide. The University's Student Representative Council has spoken on the matter.


Applications to study music at Wits University in 2022 are now open so if you're wanting to take your musical talent to another level and get qualified, apply now! Wits Music is one of South Africa’s most innovative higher education music departments.


Are you looking to study at Wits or currently studying at Wits and wondering if NSFAS will fund your studies? Keep on reading to find out if they do and what they offer.


The University of the Witswatersrand, better known as Wits, produces more millionaires than any other university in SA. If you want to be a part of that statistic one day, apply now!


Wits SRC assists many students with registration by starting their own fundraiser. Though protesting has died down, we have not seen the end of the movement for free education, public policing and justice. 


A pat on the back is in order for the student representative council at Wits who raised R4 million to pay student registration fees and student debt. This is part of a bigger goal in their '21 million in 2021 Campaign'.


Four members of the South African Police Services have been arrested in connection with the death of Mthokozisi Ntumba. Ntumba passed away allegedly due to rubber bullets being fired by police during student protests.


Universities such as the University of Cape Town, University of Pretoria and University of Free State have joined the Wits protest and are standing up against the police force. Higher Education protests became even louder following the death of an innocent bystander this week as a result of a police bullet.


Wits students have said that they will not stop protesting until their demands are met. Now, following the death of innocent bystander, this is only elevating the anger and frustrations students have.


The South African Union of Students have expressed their displeasure with the death which allegedly is a result of plice bullets. They have also issued a list of demands to the Higher Education Minister which included NSFAS funding, free education and registration.


We have all been shaken by the death that came from the Wits protest on Wednesday. Now, the University, along with Minister and many organisations have responded, with dismay nonetheless. Students now want further action to be taken, even more than before.


As the Wits protest continue, a man has now been shot and has passed away due to rubber bullets being fired by police. Students have been protesting to have the University allow students who are financially excluded to register.


Students were caught off guard when their expected peaceful protest turned ugly as police started firing rubber bullets at them. Wits students are protesting to demand that financially excluded students be allowed to register.


The Student Representative Council at the University of the Witwatersrand, better known as Wits, have taken to the streets to protest for students who risk financial exclusion to be able to register. The issue of historical debt has been plaguing higher education for ages and often brings about protest action.


A Postgraduate Diploma in African philanthropy and fundraising, the first academic qualification of its kind in Africa, has just been launched. The first intake of students starts the year-long course in June.

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