These pictures were taken at the round table discussion on whether race still mattered, 20 years into democracy. The discussion was arranged by the Wits Transformation Office.
NO CHANGE: Guest speaker, Prince Mashele said the role of black South Africans has not changed in 20 years. Photo: Lameez Omarjee
FIERY FEMINIST: Master’s student and founder of the feminist forum, Athi-Nangamso Nkopo highlights the role of black women. Photo: Lameez Omarjee
TOLERABLE: Michlene Mongae, the Secretary General of the SRC said that people of different racial backgrounds tolerated each other rather than accepted each other. Photo: Lameez Omarjee
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING: Hugo Canham of the Transformation Office used statistics to explain the changes in demographic representation at Wits University. Photo: Lameez Omarjee
PONDERING: A student considers the points raised in the discussion. Photo: Lameez Omarjee
SMALL CROWD: A few students turned up to engage in a discussion about racial matters. Photo: Lameez Omarjee