RU Commerce students represent at the Student Leadership Summit
Two Rhodes University Commerce students, Letty Seshoka and Denzel Makombe have been selected to participate in a national Student Leadership programme as part of the top 30 students chosen for the Student Leadership Summit 2017.
The Protection of Traditional Cultural Expressions in Africa
Professor Enyinna Nwauche’s highly anticipated book on traditional cultural expression in Africa has been published.
Global difficulties not to blame for SA’s slowdown
THE latest Reserve Bank Quarterly Bulletin confirms the sorry state of the South African economy. It also identifies strong headwinds that will hamper faster growth in the future
Rhodes to host China in Africa International Symposium
The Department of Management at Rhodes University will host an International Symposium from 31 October to 1 November 2013 at the Centre for Continuing Education to discuss China in Africa: implications for management, implications for change.