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 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.
The Rhodes University Environmental Committee held its annual Environmental Awards ceremony at Eden Grove on 25 September. The Awards, now in their 10th year, aim to recognise achievements in the environmental sector at the University and in the greater Makhanda community that highlight measures to protect and sustain the environment.