Author Archives: Rhodes JMS alumni
By Heide Khuhlane Around 250 delegates from Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, South America, North America and the Antarctica will gather in Cape Town in May this year for a rare summit that examines the future sustainability of media organizations and of independent, quality and credible journalism worldwide in the fluid and uncertain twenty-first century and […]
By Carey Finn If you’ve paged through a copy of Grocott’s Mail recently, a colourful supplement may have caught your eye. From early February to the end of June this year, the fourth-year Writing & Editing class have been producing, as part of their coursework, 4-8 pages of content geared towards the newspaper’s younger readers […]
by Ettione Ferreira Dr. Suess’ saying, “You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child,” came true for our JMS4 writing and editing students during this year’s National Library Week from 11 to21 March The writing students decided to pay a visit to the Lebone Centre. […]
By Ettioné Ferreira During the apartheid years Rhodes University housed many anti-apartheid movements and activists. In the 1980s, Shepi Mati was one of the students involved in these movements and he continued the struggle long after his graduation in 1988. Now, 27 years later, he returns to his alma mater Rhodes JMS to share his […]
At the heart of the Africa Media Matrix I found Joe Alfers sitting quietly in his office; the same office that will become an empty shell for the next few months. The School of JMS is losing not only our Technology Manager but a mentor; a visionary and a friend.
By Ettioné Ferreira Hyderabad is now the cyber mecca of India. During the IAMCR the population of 6.8 million in the city welcomed a few more from all over the world to their modern hub. Among the conference visitors were five JMS academics, Priscilla Boshoff, Anthea Garman, Vanessa Malila, Lorenzo Dalvit and Azwi Mufamadi. There […]
By Kerstin Hall Terra Incognita. It means “unknown land”. Beyond the boundaries. Here be dragons. It is also the title and theme of the 2014 Short Story Day Africa competition. This year, entrants from all over the continent were asked to delve into the world of speculative fiction within an African context. 104 rose to…