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Wits to offer free online courses for Africans

Students from Africa and the rest of the world will now be able to access Wits University's expertise in a range of fields - from economics to the palaeosciences - through the South African institution's partnership with edX, a non-profit initiative founded by MIT and Harvard.

Anglo pledges R15m for occupational health Chair at Wits

The Anglo American Endowed Chair in Occupational Hygiene at the Wits School of Public Health will work to decrease employee exposure to dust, noise and other health hazards in mining.

Anglo pledges R15m for occupational health Chair at Wits

The Anglo American Endowed Chair in Occupational Hygiene at the Wits School of Public Health will work to decrease employee exposure to dust, noise and other health hazards in mining.

Wits University receives R100-million from anonymous donor

The University of the Witwatersrand has received a R100-million donation from an anonymous South Africa philanthropist. Wits will use some of the money to attract top academic talent and advance research.

Wits University receives R100-million from anonymous donor

The University of the Witwatersrand has received a R100-million donation from an anonymous South Africa philanthropist. Wits will use some of the money to attract top academic talent and advance research.

Oxford University reflects on SA’s freedom journey

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe will deliver the keynote address at a high-level academic conference reflecting on South Africa's first 20 years of democracy at Oxford University in the UK on Friday.

Sod is turned at Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital

It has been a long time in the making, with much fund-raising undertaken and more still to go, but the ground has finally been broken to build the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital. It is Madiba's last and fondest wish, and will be a living testament to his legacy.

Brand SA brings education dialogue to Soweto

Brand South Africa will bring an opportunity to discuss education with specialists in the field, to the community in Soweto when it hosts the second Play Your Part/Sowetan dialogue in Soweto, Orlando West, Uncle Toms Hall on 22 January.