Short social media videos: #TakeBackWits protest

During the 2016 #FeesMustFall protests at Wits University, a group of students opposing the shut down staged a silent protest, asking for the university to open. The student group came forward to #TakeBackWits. The silent protest took place on Wednesday, 5 October 2016. //storify.com/Aarti21/short-social-media-videos-takebackwits-protest/embed?border=false[View the story "Short social media videos: #TakeBackWits protest" on Storify]

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Photo Essay: The telling of the hand

Hands. They tell a story. A story about one's adventures, choices and about their life. The lines and creases spread across the palm like the continuous path of life, the scars and wounds are telling of the obstacles that we've had to overcome. The gestures. Clenched fists, or loose hands are telling of the feelings. … Continue reading Photo Essay: The telling of the hand

Sports Profile Video: Irfaan Mangera, 20 year old cricketer and activist

20 year old student, Irfaan Mangera has used sport in many facets of life, this including his activism and mission for social change. Irfaan Mangera, a 20 year old Wits student, is actively involved in various organisations and draws on cricket as a means for youth and positive social upliftment in his society. As an … Continue reading Sports Profile Video: Irfaan Mangera, 20 year old cricketer and activist

Set of Tweets:#WitsPeaceAccord

The #WitsPeaceAccord was a meeting held at Wits University's Solomon Mahlangu concourse, where South African leaders addressed students on the #FeesMustFall protests. Among the leaders were, Advocate Thuli Madonsela, Ahmed Kathrada, Jay Naidoo, Father  Pugin and student leaders at Wits. Pugin and student leaders at Wits. //storify.com/Aarti21/set-of-tweets-witspeaceaccord/embed?border=false[View the story "Set of Tweets: #WitsPeaceAccord" on Storify]