CELEBRATIONS: Tintswalo Maluleke, honours psychology, shakes her xibelani skirt after winning the Wits Heritage Day dancing competition.
REPRESENTING TSONGA CULTURE: Zanele Tiba, a 3rd year LLB student representing the Tsonga tradition by dancing on stage during the Wits Heritage Day celebrations.
RAISED HOPES: Members of the Zulu Students’ Cultural Society dancing a traditional Zulu Dance in celebration of Heritage Day during the Wits Heritage Day celebration. The society came in second in the dancing competition.
GUITAR POWER: Karabo Skabz Moeketsi plays the bass guitar and also contributes to vocals for The Muffinz during their performance at Ko’Spotong in Braamfontein.
SOFT DRUMMER: The Muffinz drummer and vocalist Gregory Keke Mabusela prepares his drum kit during a performance at Ko’Spotong in Braamfontein.
KARATE KID: Simba Tevera is one of five Witsies featured on the Mail & Guardian Top 200 Young South Africans list. Tevera hopes his nomination will allow him to impact and inspire the youth.
BLOWING HORNS: Soweto born trumpeter, composer and band leader Mandla Mlangeni was one of the guest appearances at the Sisia Sopazi Tribute concert held at The Orbit in Braamfontein. Mandla’s performances are always electric.
TROMBONE BLOWER: Senzo Mzimela, part of H3 ensemble plays a solo during a performance with trumpeter Mandla Mlangeni and drummer Ayanda Sikade as guest appearances during the Sisa Sopazi Tribute Concert at The Orbit in Braamfontein.
CRITIQUING WHITENESS: Lisa Steyn, Director of the Wits Centre for Diversuty Studies, poses inside her office after an interview discussing white privilege.
KITCHNERS VIBES: DJ Themba playing soulful music at Kitchners bar in Braamfontein. The bar also doubles as a vintages clothes pop-up store during the day.