JMS researcher attends first African School on Internet Governance
Rhodes Journalism and Media Studies researcher Vanessa Malila has been selected out of more than 300 applicants to attend the first African School on Internet Governance to be held in Durban from 10 to 12 July this year.
Report suggests minister can’t meet targets
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga is unlikely to meet her target to build more than 300 Eastern Cape schools by the end of the next financial year, according to a report released by Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM).
American dream for young editor
An Eastern Cape community newspaper editor is off to the US to represent the province at the Doing Democracy Around the World workshop
Rhodes students take 2014 Design Indaba competition
Chevawn Blum has hit the big time. This Rhodes University fourth year Communication Design student has won the 2014 Design Indaba poster competition, as well as a Samsung Galaxy SIII mini, and the opportunity to work on the 2014 Design Indaba advertising campaign.
The engine driving debate
On the first Monday of February in 2004 someone called up Lieutenant Josh Rushing, who was press officer in Doha, Qatar for the American military and told him “I’ve just seen your movie”.