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June, 2013

  • 3 June

    The possibilities of multilingualism

    By Hancu Louw With R 31 million allocated for the construction of a new School of Languages building (R 6 million promised by Rhodes University), the question must be asked: How do tertiary education institutions address the social and cultural legacies of apartheid and the effect it has had on …

  • 2 June

    Comrades won by South African

    By Ashleigh Morris Claude Moshiywa has become the first South African to win the Comrades Marathon in 21 years. On Sunday, 2 June, he beat fellow South African, Johannes Kekana, with a time of 5:32:08.

May, 2013

  • 30 May

    In remembrance of Ivan Oberholzer

    By Leah Solomon Ivan Oberholzer, a successful South African photojournalist and camera man, was “the perfect example of integrity, honesty, humility and reliability.”

  • 28 May

    ISV volunteer programme comes to Grahamstown

    By Nicholas McGregor Ever wanted to tour the world, do hard labor in remote destinations by paying a large sum of money? Me neither, but for the bigger-hearted members of our communities the International Student Volunteers programme helps you do exactly that. The programme developed from Youth in Action, a …

  • 15 May

    Liverpool call off South Africa visit

      By Ashleigh Morris Liverpool fans are to face disappointment as Liverpool’s scheduled visit to South Africa to play Ajax Cape Town has been called off by the Premier Soccer League.