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By Vicky Edmonds, WITS Writer-in-Residence


When we sit down to write we are writing a window into midair and then opening it and looking through. 986 more words

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JCSE at WITS: 10 Years and counting...

The JCSE celebrated its 10th anniversary last month at Randlords in Braamfontein. Speakers included Professor Barry Dwolatzky (Director: JCSE); Professor Adam Habib, VC, Wits University; Councillor Ruby Mathang, MMC Economic Development, City of Johannesburg; Mark Harris, Kagiso Media, Chairman of the JCSE Board and Nomonde Ngxola, CoachLab@JCSE from the class of 2011. 7 more words


10th anniversary: celebratory wishes for the JCSE

The WITS Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) recently celebrated its 10th anniversary milestone at Randlords in Braamfontein. Watch the videos to see what some of the industry stalwarts had to say about the JCSE, Professor Barry Dwolatzky, the Tshimologong Precinct and the transformation of the industry…


Kendrick Lamar In the Classroom

I am a Writer-In-Residence at Washington Middle School, a public school in Seattle’s Central District, through Seattle Arts & Lectures‘ Writers In the Schools ( 1,641 more words

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Liar Game Review

Liar Game is a manga of trust and deception, it’s a manga about mind games which employed the aforementioned two opposing ends of the spectrum. Liar Game is written and illustrated by Shinobu Kaitani, and was just completed by the beginning of the year. 1,139 more words


Further Education: Part Three

We’re three weeks into the University Application series. This week, we covered all of the big universities in South Africa’s fastest province: Gauteng.  While there are many other FET Colleges, these five ‘big’ universities in the province might be of the most interest to you. 218 more words


Gauteng Premier worries about the people of his province

Reinventing Pan-Africanism in the Age of Xenophobia, a international symposium, was hosted by the WISER Institute last week.

Gauteng Premier David Makhura says he worries about the people of his province as “many of those come from the rest of the continent”. 263 more words

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