Wits Vuvuzela Captured

A selection of photographs that were taken throughout the second semester for articles published in the Wits Vuvuzela print and online editions.

Cool Kid Moshe Mashela


Composing music with Darwin’s theory of evolution and natural selection.

Two Witsies chosen to represent South Africa at the World University Chess Championships in Katowice, Poland.

Soccer star, student leader and proud Muslim, Naeema Hussein wears her hijab when playing soccer to represent her Islamic faith.

Wits Theatre staff feel cheated out of their over-time pay.


Wits Women’s soccer team fail to qualify for the USSA National Championships

Wits men’s soccer team have a shot at going through the University Sports South Africa national championships to be held in Durban later this year.


Wits masters students work on a project to raise awareness for the Witsie Homeless.

Annual Wits University career’s fair hosted by the Counselling and Careers Development Unit.

A discussion was held and hosted by Rethink Africa to determine if a national minimum wage not enough to reduce inequality in society.


The AIESEC Wits chapter returned from the June break after a successful leadership conference held at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, where Wits won the Rising Star award.

Women’s Day celebrations at Wits University


Identity Through Hair competition winners announcement.

Wits masters students hosted a career day in Soweto for high school students.






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