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Department of Political and International Studies takes a practical look at the question of the land

16 July 2018 marked the commencement of the annual Teach-In event held by the Department of Political and International Studies at Barratt 2. This year, the four-day event focuses of The Land Question with the aim of providing a historical and intellectual discussion to the policy on land redistribution in South Africa.

Rhodians old and established share memories, cocktails, and good news

On the chilly night of 3 July 2018, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Dr Peter Clayton addressed “Rhodians old and established”, as he put it, at the annual Old Rhodian Festival Cocktail Party that took place at Alumni House at Rhodes University.

Rhodes University students, staff, and alumni among Mail & Guardian’s Top 200

Several students, staff and alumni from Rhodes University are among this year’s Mail & Guardian 200 Young South Africans for 2018.

Launch of new gallery and SARChI Arts Lounge

The new Arts of Africa and Global Souths Arts Lounge and RAW Spot Gallery opened on 13 June 2018 at Rhodes University.

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MEC visit to Rhodes for the signing of the Matthew Goniwe Scholarship contracts

On 14 June 2018, the Education Department students signed their Matthew Goniwe Scholarship contracts with the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) of the Eastern Cape Department of Education (ECDoE), Mr M Makupula.

T-learning as Seedbed of Transformation

Qualities and processes of learning and change are seldom given the depth perspective needed in transformations to sustainability research

Seedbeds of Transformation in Africa

The Conference aimed to discuss the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in synergy to industry, community interests, the political sectors, and society, framing these discussions in how best to situate these SDGs within the African context.

T-learning Case Study Updates: End of Year 2

The T-learning research programme being implemented by the ELRC for the International Social Sciences Transformations to Sustainability Research Programme is already in its third year of implementation. This short blog piece shares a brief update from all of the nine country case studies being developed in this research programme.

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