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Malcolm Weaich, a young academic researcher at University of the Witwatersrand, has been honoured with "The Best Overall Youth U/35 Award" at the 13th South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession (SACQSP) International Research Conference. Weaich was recognised for his research on the "Willingness of End-Users to Adopt Sustainable Housing in South Africa," shedding light on the critical role Quantity Surveyors can play in making sustainability affordable.READ MORE
Attractions on Wits Campuses
History, heritage and science at Wits
Origins Centre: Houses Paleoanthropological and Archaeological material, as well the largest rock engraving archive on the continent. Visitors to the Origins Centre follow a path of hominin innovation that began over 2 million years ago.
Wits Art Museum (WAM): Houses 9 000 of the world’s largest and finest collections of African art and is a rich resource for research and training.
Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precint: Facilitates the incubation of start-ups, the commercialisation of research and the development of high-level digital skills for students, working professionals and unemployed youth.
The Adler Museum of Medicine: Preserves the history of the health sciences in southern Africa, and supplements the educational activities of the University, by means of collections, research, teaching, exhibitions and publications.