Rhodes launches ambitious student support fund - Isivivane
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
Strengthening a counter culture to gender based violence:
In my circular last week, I provided an update about the work that we are doing to strengthen a counter culture to rape and sexual/gender-based violence in our institution.
Building a partnership for improved internal communication
Our institution has identified improvement in communication, internally and externally, as one of its priorities.
Calls for Nominations for the Vice Chancellor’s Community engagement Award for 2016
The Vice Chancellor’s Distinguished Community Engagement Award is a prestigious and competitive annual award that recognises meaningful and committed partnerships between the members of the university and the community.