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.
International relations from an African perspective
On Thursday, 20 February, students and academics of Rhodes University attended the Vice-Chancellor’s 2018 Teaching Award Lecture by Dr Siphokazi Magadla, titled “Tragicomic hope, nokuzinza as black matriarchal inheritance”.
67-year-old first year student realises his dream of studying at a higher education institution
Fifty years after passing his grade 12, Michael Willemse has realised his dream of studying at an institution of higher learning and Rhodes University was his first choice.
Up close with the inaugural secretary-general of the AfCFTA and Old Rhodian, Wamkele Mene
Rhodes University alumnus, Wamkele Mene, was last week installed as the secretary-general of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), a first for the continent.