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The Alpha Project Bursary: for students by students

Date Released : 30/05/2018

This year will be the first year that the Alpha Project Bursary, started by Rhodes University Postgraduate Diploma in Enterprise Management (PDEM) students, will be offered to Rhodes University Business School students.

Isivivane campaign visibly changes lives

Date Released : 28/05/2018

The amount of support our Alumni has been contributing towards fundraising campaigns is heartwarming.

Group of young alumni pay it forward

Date Released : 24/05/2018

A group of 16 young alumni have established a scholarship programme, called the Ntombesizwe Scholarship, which was launched in Grahamstown earlier this year by Zukisa Pityana, one of the founding members.

Isivivane, taking care of our own

Date Released : 14/11/2017

Throwing a single stone in a pile appears to have little impact at face value; however, a pile is made up of single stones thrown by multiple people.

Rhodes raising R1bn for 'missing middle'

Date Released : 07/06/2017

RHODES University yesterday launched its biggest fundraising initiative ever aimed at raising R1billion to assist academically deserving students in financial need.

Rhodes sets sights on Rlbn

Date Released : 07/06/2017

RHODES University yesterday launched its biggest fundraising initiative ever, aimed at raising R1billion to assist academically deserving students in financial need.

Rhodes to raise R1 billion for students financial aid

Date Released : 06/06/2017

Dr Sizwe Mabizela, Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor launched an ambitious student financial support initiative called Isivivane Fund in Grahamstown today.

An opportunity to make hopes, dreams and aspirations a reality

Date Released : 06/06/2017

Thank you for joining us on this significant and historic day of our University.

Rhodes launches ambitious student support fund - Isivivane

Date Released : 05/06/2017

When Phelokazi Ndaba*, a 19-year-old Rhodes University law student, became one of the first group of 150 students to benefit from the newly launched Isivivane Fund