#FeesMustFall: Is it still about the fees?

The 2015 #FeesMustFall movement had the country wrapped in its cloak of idealism with students protesting together despite racial and cultural differences. It was...

10 Quick Quirky Energy Boosts

Test week is coming up, in the distance you can see exams approaching and that mid-afternoon urge to take a nap still won’t go...

Options for graduates

Graduation season is approaching. What should be a time for celebration leaves many graduates anxious as they deal with the uncertainty of entering the competitive...

First SA smartphone launched by Wits Alumni

Two former Wits university students are set to launch South Africa’s first locally manufactured smartphone in August this year. The T-Touch smartphone was conceptualised by...

Thinking of a change of direction and interested in law?

Are you interested in a career in law? Do you have a degree? If yes, the Wits three year graduate entry LLB is for...

Safe and legal abortions via SMS

Fem is a new service that assists South Africans with legal and safe abortions. The service was created by the organisation, safe2choose, and launched...

Racism rings rife on social media

Social media sites are created with a sense of community in mind. They are supposed to encourage social cohesion and unity. They also allow...

Alcohol amendment proposes raising the legal drinking age

On 29 September, the National Liquor Amendment Bill was issued. The bill proposes that the legal drinking age should be raised from 18 to...

UP student finalist in ocean pollution poster project

Sacha Saddul, currently studying third year Information Design at UP, took part in the Green Bauhaus Global Communication Project 2017. The Green Bauhaus Foundation, established in...

What you should have learned at school: what plagiarism is and how to avoid...

Every week, Perdeby takes a look at something you should have learned at school to assist you in day to day life. This week,...

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