The Rhodes University Mountain Club (RUMC) has collaborated with Rhodes University Community Engagement (RUCE) to provide an exciting opportunity of brotherhood, learning and development for young nature enthusiasts in Grahamstown. Thandi Bombi reports below.
LIV Makana has started some new developments in Grahamstown. Our reporter, Shannon Frost, brings you the latest updates.
On Saturday, 16 May,the once quiet streets of Grahamstown were filled with joyous celebrations as hundreds of Rhodes University students, staff members and community members gathered take part in the International Parade., Dressed in a variation of rich colours, they proudly, waved the flags of the world. Thand Bombi Reports here.
The Grahamstown Clothing Collective hosted their first charity event for the year, on 16th May. The purpose of the event was to distribute warm clothes to the men, women and children of Joza, who cannot afford winter clothing. Zintle Dolweni reports
On Thursday 16 April, the Rhodes University Student Representative Council (SRC) in conjunction with the East African Society (EASOC) and the Zimbabwean Society Zim Unlimited, hosted a Black Thursday Vigil in commemoration of a number of tragedies that have occurred on African soil. Namely: the Garissa attack that occurred in Kenya on 2 April 2015; …
“Partying for the People” is the motto Loose Change Events lives by, but what exactly does that mean? Shannon Frost tagged along with Loose Change to get the full idea of their unique charitable events.
The LIV Makana village plans are underway in Grahamstown with Lara Kruiskamp leading the development. Shannon Frost reports on the progress of the village.