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IGive5: yabafundi isuka kwabanye abafundi


NguSara Steiniger  yaze yaguqulelwa  nguNtombovuyo Ngaphu Ukuqala kwenyanga yoKwindla kuphawula ukuqala kwephulo leGive5 eliqhutywa minyaka le kwaye kukhangeleka ngathi eli phulo lizakunyusa ingxowa-mali eninzi kunaleyo yonyaka odlulileyo. IGive5 liphulo eliqhutywa ngumbutho  wabafundi  neofisi yeRhodes Alumni Development (RAD) ngenjongo yokunyusa ingxowa-mali elungiselelwe abafundi abakwisibonelelo semali kwaye abangenako ukufamana imali yokuzigcina qho …

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Blunden offers transport for second Test match in PE


By Matthew Kynaston Follow @MatthewKynaston Blunden Coach Tours is providing transport between Grahamstown and PE for the second Test match between South Africa and Australia this weekend. They have arranged a 60-seater bus to travel to PE on Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning. The bus will return every evening after …

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Drunk delivery man causes accident

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By Sarah Beningfield Follow @SeBeningfield An accident  involving a Steers delivery motorcycle and a vehicle occurred outisde Ruth First residence at 18h15 on Monday 17 February. Michaela Pestana, a 2nd year student and passenger in the vehicle, said that her boyfriend was driving the car and indicated that he was pulling …

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Grahamstown gains a new saint

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By Rhea MacDonald Follow @rheamacdonald Well known High Street restaurant La Trattoria closed its doors this January. A new restaurant, Saint’s Bistro, has bought the business and looks set to become a new town favourite. Kaira Bray, one of the owners at Saint’s and a 3rd year Psychology student at Rhodes, …

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Chief Justice launches EC efficiency committee in Grahamstown

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By Sinazo Nakupi Follow @Sinazo_Nakupi The national Chief Justice Honourable Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng and a panel of judges officially launched the Eastern Cape Provincial Efficiency Enhancement Committee (PEEC) at the 1820 Settler’s National Monument in Grahamstown on Wednesday 27 November. The committee, which is an arm of the National Efficiency Enhancement …

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