Please note the following procedures, which will ensure that you receive appropriate medical treatment in an emergency:
1. Provide updated medical aid details and contact details of next of kin to the Student Bureau.
2. If you have a Medical Aid, register personally with a local doctor of your choice, and check that they are willing to do hospital calls.
3. In an emergency, where feasible, liaise with the Health Care Centre. If not, call 082911 or (046) 6227976 and request a Netcare ambulance....read more
TUESDAY: Animal Testing
• Animal Rights talk at ArtsMajor at 19:00 by Michele Pickover
• “Animal Rights in South Africa: Are animals’ interests and their liberation being served?”
• Refreshments will be served
WEDNESDAY: Wildlife Day
• Documentary showing at the GLT at 19:00
• David Attenborough’s “Africa”
• Refreshments will be served...read more
The JMS2 broadcast students in collaboration with RMR will be presenting a series of shows to be aired on RMR at the start of SWOT week. The series comprises of ten shows, each one dealing with a different aspect of community radio that pertains to RMR’s target audience. Two shows will be aired a day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, with all of the shows interlinking their topics to provide you with a broader insight into RMR as both a campus and a community radio station within Rhodes University and Grahamstown. Rhodes Music Radio and the department of Journalism and Media Studies encourage you to tune in to these shows, be informed, be entertained and find out more about Grahamstown’s youth radio station. For more info about the series see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUP3ImfDTjY...read more
The Catering Division would like to train a team of students to serve as waiters during formal university functions such as dinners etc. These students will receive modest payment in return for their services. If you would like to apply for this training, please email email@example.com. Preference will be given to FIRST YEAR students, who can commit to at least 3 years as waiters....read more
Sibhiyozela ukusetyenziswa kweeLwimi eziNinzi
Die Viering van Meertaligheid
The RU Language Committee invites you to the second RU Multilingualism Awareness Colloquium
Guest Speaker: Prof Michael Joseph
The Access - Diversity Issue in Multilingual Education: Dichotomy or Dialectic?
• Date: 15 May 2013
• Time: 18h00-20h00
• Venue: Eden Grove Blue
SIFE is now ENACTUS!
Date: 16 MAY 2013
Place: Kaif, Rhodes University
Time: from 09:00 to 16:00
Imagination, Courage, Determination, Partnership, Accountability and Curiosity: A name may change, but our values stay the same.
t’s that time of the year again, when Rhodes University and Grahamstown gear up to participate in Trading Live for Mandela Day...read more
You are cordially invited to Eusebius McKaiser's launch for his book A Bantu In My Bathroom this Friday, 3 May 2013, at Eden Grove Blue, 14:00, Rhodes University. The book is a collection of essays about race, sexuality and other uncomfortable South African topics. A best-seller within a couple of weeks of publication, it has just been printed for the fourth time in six months....read more
Community Engagement week is happening from 06 - 11 May, and the RUCE office would like to encourage all staff and students to attend the week’s events.
Monday 6 May:
Departmental Displays, Eden Grove
Humanities, Education and Law faculties present their community engagement initiatives.
Address by Alex Sutherland, winner of the 2012 VC’s distinguished award for, Eden Grove "Approaching the challenges and opportunities of doing community engagement at Rhodes"...read more
The Oppidan Union, SRC and Student Sports Council in collaboration with Sports Admin have come together to bring you...The Purple Play-Offs Charity Cup!
The Purple Play-offs is a soccer tournament created to raise funds for the upliftment of a deserving isolated school in the Cacadu district.
• Date of event: 03-04 May 2013
• Times of event: Friday 18h00-Late (knock-out round)
• Saturday 09h00-13h00 (quarter final)
• 14h00-17h00 (semi-final, final)
• 19h00-Late (social gathering)
Teams will be required to pay an entry fee of R300 a team, with teams consisting of eleven (11) players and four (4) or more reserves. A maximum of eighteen (18) players will be permitted in a team. ...read more