Violence directed at Durban shack dwellers a betrayal of Covid-19 ethos of national solidarity
In order to confront the crisis, the language used has rightly been one of war against an enemy for which the resources of the whole country must be mobilised.
AGCLE’s flagship course receives positive worldwide attention
The Allan Gray Centre for Leadership Ethics (AGCLE) at Rhodes University recently received a glowing appraisal for its flagship course, IiNtheto zoBomi, amid an increase in international attention.
The power of theatre to enable social transformation
In the course of 2019, the Rhodes University Drama Department staged several theatre-based performances as vehicles for social intervention and change.
Thina singabantwa base Afrika
The etymology of a word goes a long way in teaching us the history, the routes and the roots of a word as expressed at a joint Rhodes University and Makhanda Black Kollective (MBK) community seminar entitled ‘Ukuhlambulula from an anti-humane world’ in Fingo Village, Makhanda.