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Writer Mtuze honoured

"READ and read and do more reading," renowned Xhosa writer Peter Tshobisa Mtuze said on Monday, when he was honoured by the Eastern Cape government for his lifetime’s work.

Professors aren’t born: they must be nurtured

There is a growing call globally for universities to develop and nurture more black professors. In South Africa, the issue is sharpened by the country’s racist legacy.

Alumnus’s anthology rescues ‘tattered’ isiXhosa language

Graduate of the Rhodes University Masters in Creative Arts course Mangaliso Buzani recently unveiled his anthology of poems titled Ndisabhala Imibongo (I still write poetry) at Eastern Star Museum.

11 National languages hampering South African education sector

Not much thought was given to future implications when South Africa declared there would be 11 official languages, Professor Adam Habib said on Monday.

Rhodes University Multilingual Writing Competition

Celebrating Multilingualism in Higher Education 2014

Programme and Activities

2014 Winner - The Heart of my Heroes

Multilingual Film

Annual Multilingual Creative Writing and Music Competition 2015

Call for Exhibitions and Posters 2015

2015 Annual Colloquium Ana Abstract

2015 annual colloquium Kathleen Abstract