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What a Week (or two)

I’ve been trying to find the time to write this post… but turns out trying to find time is like trying to find the Eiffel Tower in Rome (i.e. 819 more words

Tracey Ruff

A Novice in the Wonderful World of Blogging

I wish I’d started doing this earlier.  I have always wanted a nook of my own in the web where I can pursue the phantasms of my fractured mind whilst nursing the delusion that someone in the world does appreciate what I write. 252 more words

"Congraduations" ;)

Alright! Time for another blog post! Yay (or nay, depending on who you are ;))!

So last week Friday (as in not yesterday’s Friday), we (the journo students) were told by our lecturer to “enjoy our break” (Harber 2014). 841 more words

Tracey Ruff

How Wits & Sundowns Can Catch Chiefs, How Amakhosi Can Win It Early

Written by Mxolisi ‘Tinklos’ Buthelezi

BIDVEST Wits will battle with AmaTuks away and Kaizer Chiefs will try to extend gap at summit against Ajax Cape Town Tonight both games kick off at 19h30 in Absapremiership. 222 more words

What I learned at WITS'14

This past weekend marked the inaugural Women In Travel Summit (WITS) in Chicago, Illinois.  I was fortunate enough to be able to attend this mind blowing, first of its kind event and the things I could say about it!   605 more words

Five-try UCT seal home semifinal

FNB UCT secured a fifth home semifinal in the FNB Varsity Cup presented by Steinhoff International with a clinical 20-5 win over FNB Wits at the Wits Rugby Stadium in Johannesburg. 545 more words


Pukke hold off gutsy Wits

Log-leaders FNB NWU-Pukke were forced to work hard for their 16-8 victory over winless FNB Wits in a wet Potchefstroom on Monday.

The hard-fought win sees NWU-Pukke maintain their spot at the top of the standings, whilst Wits’ losing streak extended to 13 games after another spirited defeat which leaves them rooted to the bottom of the table. 484 more words