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Rhodes University community service

Community service included in Rhodes course

Rhodes University students are getting involved in weekly community service, which is the practical component of the Intetho ZoBomi philosophy course. Chili Kier Rhodes University has...
Rhodes University book intsomi family

Mending inequality one book at a time

The Intsomi Project brings literacy education into the home by making books and other useful resources available to workers at Rhodes University and their...

Malunga follows the music

A classically trained pianist and cellist who has put in years as an entertainment lawyer, Unathi Malunga is adding new notes to her score. She is studying orchestral conducting, and plans to be the first black African woman to conduct a professional orchestra.

Improved water testing kit ensures water safety

Rhodes University's Dr Catherine Luyt has made significant improvements to a water testing kit that will allow rural residents to make sure their drinking water is safe to use. 

The Conversation goes live in Africa

The arrival of The Conversation Africa website allows journalists in newsrooms and researchers and academics in universities to join forces for ground-breaking work. Articles on the site are also allowed to be republished elsewhere, so the information reaches more readers.

Lifetime award for top scientist

Her father had often told her: "You can do anything. Don't ever stop." And she didn't – today Prof Tebello Nyokong is one of South Africa's top scientists in the fields of chemistry and nanotechnology.
Open-access research data for SA

Cheaper water test to improve lives

A Rhodes University student has come up with a cheap and effective home test kit to check the microbial quality of water. It will specifically help rural communities avoid drinking contaminated water.

Cheaper water test to improve lives

A Rhodes University student has come up with a cheap and effective home test kit to check the microbial quality of water. It will specifically help rural communities avoid drinking contaminated water.
 Pure water in a jiffy

African women forging ahead in IT

Two young students at Cape Town and Rhodes universities have each scooped a prestigious international award for innovation in information technology.
Women's Month launched in SA

Boosting African journalism

South Africa’s Rhodes University and the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation have teamed up to strengthen journalism training in Africa, with a special focus on sharpening new media skills.

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