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Preservation of heritage or perpetuation of a single national identity?

National monuments, museums and symbols in South Africa are constantly under contestation.

ABSA invests R2.4million in scholarships

Absa recently handed over a cheque of R2.4million to Rhodes University from its CEO scholarship programme for the 2018 academic year.

Sixty-six years of lasting love… and counting

In 1947, Bill Mills travelled from a town called Umtali in the Southern Rhodesian highlands, to South Africa to study for a B.Com degree at Rhodes University.

Pioneering researcher Tebello Nyokong, PhD’87, carries hopes, dreams of continent

It is difficult to know where to start the story – so far – of Tebello Nyokong.

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