By Leah Solomon Every year hoards of Rhodes students make their way to Splashy Fen, KZN’s favourite music festival, held every year over the Easter weekend. Leah Solomon gave us a glimpse into the Splashy experience.
Video by Kayla Roux Rhodes alumnus and City Press journalist Natasha Joseph gave a talk at Rhodes University about the ethics around journalism. Her talk addressed issue including ‘freebies’ and sponsorships, opening up the discussion about journalist codes of conduct and ethics.
By Megan Ellis Eight years ago, an organisation began a campaign to bring the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), Joseph Kony, to justice. Invisible Children, an organisation focused on helping those affected by the LRA’s actions have pledged 2012 as the year which change needs to happen. A …
Video and story by Gabi Zietsman and Rosanna Scott Veld fire costs school R1million in damages. PJ Olivier Hoërskool, a school in Grahamstown, faced a devastating fire on Tuesday, 28 Febuary which destroyed the school’s new IT labs and resulted in the evacuation of hostel students.
By Megan Ellis While the fight against sexual violence continues to rage on in South Africa a disturbing trend continues to rise, especially in the Eastern Cape. According to EC police spokesperson Brigadier Marinda Mills, child rape is becoming more frequent in the province. Earlier this month, the Daily Dispatch reported a …