SATURDAY PROFILE | Wits’ new Vice-Chancellor Zeblon Vilakazi on his grand plans to make Wits the MIT of Africa | News24

Katlehong-born Zeblon Vilakazi admitted that Wits made mistakes with #FeesMustFall, and shares his dream of making the university a hotbed for innovation.

2020-07-04 11:45:00 AM

Witwatersrand University's newly appointed vice-chancellor Zeblon Vilakazi has grand plans to turn the 98-year-old university into an incubation space for technology and entrepreneurship in South Africa, and Africa. | pejames

Katlehong-born Zeblon Vilakazi admitted that Wits made mistakes with #FeesMustFall, and shares his dream of making the university a hotbed for innovation.

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Wits University Football Club could make a sensational comebackWits University Football Club could make a sensational return to the professional ranks to keep alive the historic name and heritage of the 99-year-old side.

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