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Students usign the group study room on the first floor of the main library

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CBC researchers working on one of their research tunnels

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Rear view of the Rhodes University main library, by Sophie Smith

Makhanda stakeholders to establish a Programme Management Office for city advancement

On Monday 16 September, Makhanda stakeholders, including Rhodes University, the Grahamstown Business Forum (GBF), Kagiso Trust and Eastcape Midlands College, resolved to set up a Programme Management Office to lead the implementation of the Makhanda Circle of Unity stakeholders’ city advancement plan.

Makhanda Circle of Unity stakeholders spring into action to advance city

“The time for fine words and eloquent speeches is gone,” declared Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor, Dr Sizwe Mabizela, at the second Makhanda Stakeholder Imbizo that took place at Nombulelo Senior Secondary School on Monday 16 September 2019.

Rhodes Business School student contributes to the country’s 2030 vision of job creation

Rhodes Business School student, Ludwe Gcingca, uses old tyres to create jobs and fight against climate change.

Reimagining the impaired body

The evening of 5 September 2019 welcomed an informative and interactive lecture entitled “Renegotiating perceptions of the impaired body’ by Lebo Kibane, Enable Society’s Vice-Chairperson.
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Sep

Environmental Award winners work hard to promote environmental awareness, they have a genuine passion for environmental sustainability, and their consistent and meaningful activities make a real difference!
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Oct

The VC forum is a shared platform to facilitate sharing of pertinent high-level and strategic information about our institution.
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02

Oct

We celebrate a successful year of community upliftment and show appreciation to the efforts of our dedicated citizens and their accomplishments.
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09

Oct

The NRF SARChI Chair in the Intellectualisation of African Languages,Multilingualism and Education housed in the African Language Studies Section at Rhodes University with the support of the Rhodes University Language Committee will host a colloquium on language and law/ forensic linguistics under the theme: NEW COURTROOM LANGUAGES