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Bidvest Wits F.C.

Bidvest Wits Football Club, not to be confused with Wits University F.C., is a South African football club based in the Braamfontein suburb of the city of Johannesburg that currently plays in the Premier Soccer League. It is nicknamed "The Clever Boys" or "The Students" because of the close affiliation with the University of the Witwatersrand.==History==The club has its roots at Wits University in Johannesburg, where it was formed in 1921 by the university's Students Representatives Council. The... read more

Bidvest Stadium

Bidvest Stadium, is a multi-use stadium in the Braampark suburb of Johannesburg in South Africa. The stadium has a dedicated field to host football matches with a capacity of 5,000 seats, and other fields to host other sports disciplines. The exact location of the stadium, is at theWits University campus, and it is currently used as the preferred home ground of Bidvest Wits in the Premier Soccer League.During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, it was also used as a training venue by the Dutch national football... read more

Category:Bidvest Wits F.C. players

This category contains present and past footballers who played for the South African soccer club Bidvest Wits F.C..Category:Soccer players in South Africa by club read more

Wits University F.C.

Wits University Football Club, also known as Wits FC, is the football club representing the University of the Witwatersrand based in Johannesburg, South Africa.Wits University Football Club boasts the largest number of members for any single sporting code in the university with two men's teams, a ladies teams and a junior program for prospective students.The Men's & Ladies' First Teams represent the university in the University Sports South Africa (USSA) Football Gauteng league, and are regular participants... read more

Bidvest Namibia

Bidvest Namibia is a business group based in Walvis Bay, Namibia.In 1989 under the name Crown National Namibia (Proprietary) Limited Established since 2009 is a fully independent company. The initial public offering took place on 26 Namibia October 2009. Originally it was part of the South African Bidvest Group.It is a broadly held volume of 600 million Namibian dollars, the third largest company on the Stock Exchange Namibia.Bidvest Namibia is divided into 2 sectors. BidCom and BidFish. BidCom covers... read more

Bidvest Group

The Bidvest Group Limited is a services, trading, and distribution company. The Group was founded in 1988 by Brian Joffe and listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in 1990. The Group owns or has significant holdings in over 300 companies.Bidvest corporate website – http://www.bidvest.co.za/index.php The Bidvest Group Limited has a corporate office in Johannesburg, South Africa, and employs approximately 117,000 people.==Leadership==The Bidvest Group Limited board comprises fourteen members:... read more

Bidvest Bank

Bidvest Bank, (BVBL), is a commercial bank in the Republic of South Africa. It is licensed as a "locally-controlled bank" by the Reserve Bank of South Africa, the national banking regulator. It is a niche bank specialising in foreign exchange and providing retail banking, vehicle financing and insurance. Bidvest bank==History==In 1998, the Bidvest Group acquired ''Rennies Foreign Exchange'', as part of the acquisition of the Rennies Group.In 2000, following the issuance of a banking license by the... read more

Bidvest Insurance

Bidvest Insurance Group, commonly referred to as Bidvest Insurance is a subsidiary of the Bidvest Group based in South Africa that operates under two insurance licences: short term and life insurance. The company was established in 1997. Bidvest Insurance Group together with Bidvest Bank makes up the Bivest Financial Services division of the Bidvest Group.==History==The company was founded in 1997 as part of McCarthy Motor Holdings.In 2003 Bidvest Group bought McCarthy Motor Holdings and McCarthy... read more

Oxford Wits

The ''Oxford Wits'', a term coined later, were an identifiable group of literary and intellectual aesthete s and dandies , present as undergraduates at the dandiesUniversity of Oxford in dandiesUniversity of OxfordEngland in the first half of the 1920s. Their leader in fashion was dandiesUniversity of OxfordEnglandHarold Acton , but their later leader in intellectual matters was more noticeably dandiesUniversity of OxfordEnglandHarold ActonMaurice Bowra . Their attitudes were those portrayed... read more

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Wits Vuvuzela

The ''Wits Vuvuzela'' is the official student newspaper of the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits). The newspaper is produced by the students of the Wits School of Journalism, and appears in both printed and online formats.==Example life and striggle life==Category:2010 establishments in South AfricaCategory:Student newspapers published in South AfricaCategory:University of the Witwatersrand read more

Category:University Wits

This category contains late 16th century English playwrights commonly seen by scholars as belonging to the group known as the University Wits, most having been educated at the English universities (Oxford and Cambridge).Partly because membership of this group is less certain and less concrete than belonging in the parent categories, this should be treated as a non-diffusing subcategory: list people directly in the three parent categories (or relevant diffusing subcategories of the parent categories)... read more

Hartford Wits

The Hartford Wits were a group of young writers from Connecticut. Originally the Connecticut Wits, this group formed in the late eighteenth century as a literary society at Yale College and then assumed a new name, the Hartford Wits. Their writings satirized an outmoded curriculum and, more significantly, society and the politics of the mid-1780s. Their dissatisfaction with the Articles of Confederation appeared in the “The Anarchiad” (1786–1787), written by David Humphreys, Joel Barlow, John... read more

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The Wits

''The Wits'' is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy by Sir William Davenant. It was licensed for performance by Sir Henry Herbert, the Master of the Revels, on 19 January 1634; it was staged by the King's Men at the Blackfriars Theatre. It was first published in quarto by Richard Meighen in 1636. A number of critics have considered it "Davenant's most successful and influential comedy."Michael V. DePorte, in: ''The Later Jacobean and Caroline Dramatists: A Survey and Bibliography of Recent Studies... read more

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