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Why This Rhode

This is the first year of my studies. The first time I’ve had to live independently. University is a challenging time for many but it is also the perfect opportunity to explore who you are as a person with so many different avenues and routes being offered to you. 139 more words

#Afems2017 Programme & Speakers

For those of our followers who have been biding their time for the programme to the ‘Six Mountains on her Back’ : (Re)thinking African Feminisms Colloquium at Rhodes University of 21 and 22 July 2017, wait no longer.  64 more words

African Feminisms

Lets go digital!

By Luca Milanesi and Nokuthula Sibiya.

Learners, staff, and schools as a whole have struggled to keep up with the ever-changing landscape that is education. They struggle to find adequate resources and hardware, to the point where some schools only have a single working computer that is connected to the internet. 884 more words


Marikana in Makana

by Patrick Wells

Rubber bodies met Rubber bullets,
They never seemed to disagree,
No one liked, or understood it,
But we were told, we were free.

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Queer students feel unsafe in South Africa

by Luvo Mnyobe

The brutal, inhumane rape and murder of queer people in South Africa is an issue of concern for many Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer, Transgender, and Asexual people, among them student Phenyo Mokoena. 932 more words


The Quest for Identity

by Likhona Daza

Identity may sound like an easy term to define. In fact, everyone has their own definition of the word. We are someone different to different people- annoying to some, quite to some and unknown to a lot, but who are we to ourselves? 909 more words



By: Jinni Dawood

Director F. Gary Gray takes us on a trip back in time in this extremely honest biopic. The lives of N.W.A’s (Niggas With Attitude) hip hop group are played brilliantly by O’Shea Jackson Jr as his father Ice Cube, Jason Mitchell as Eazy-E and Corey Hawkins as Dr Dre. 474 more words