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Scholarships for African Women Media Leaders at Rhodes University - OSISA

OSISA is an African institution committed to the creation of open societies through support for democracy, human rights and good governance and it works in Angola, Botswana, the DRC, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 484 more words


Not your average private school girl

Disclaimer: I am in no way claiming to have any knowledge of what it is like to battle poverty like the majority of South Africa’s population does. 1,109 more words

"Storytelling is the Soul that Connects People" - Gcina Mhlophe

The Language Committee at Rhodes University hosted the sixth Annual Multilingualism Colloquium with internationally acclaimed storyteller, Dr Gcina Mhlophe, as the guest speaker.

The colloquium aims mainly to celebrate multilingualism, not only here at Rhodes but nationwide. 124 more words

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Students Showcase Their Talents

Rhodes University Drama Department has invited the Grahamstown community to ‘Theatre in Motion‘ which is its annual showcase of Masters and Honours student work. 111 more words

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Women leading the SRC

August marked the election of the Rhodes University Student Representative Council (SRC) which some are calling the start of the end of a culture of lack of female leaders in student governance.  181 more words

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App Teaches Business Studies for Free

Rhodes University has launched a television channel called Rhodes Business School which is accessible through the mobile app Tuluntulu. Rhodes Business School offers lectures in economics, commercial law, entrepreneurship and financial planning and is the channel is free to watch over WiFi. 100 more words

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You know a Queen when you see one. Her skin is fair, her posture is ladylike, she wears dresses like the princesses on Disney Channel and she is crowned with a shiny tiara. 506 more words