2 Rhodos l August 2012
Cathy gush is a literacy activist and part-time journalist who also plays a facilitative role for rhodes third and fourth year writing and editing students. theresa Edlmann is the director of the legacies of apartheid wars project at rhodes, busy with a phd in history and psychology, supervises Community psychology, has three dogs that love walking in the hills around grahamstown. anton ferreira is a self-employed horticultural consultant and floriculturalist with an mSc in horticulture from the University of Stellenbosch. he plans to enroll in a mba at rhodes in 2013. jeannie wallace mckeown juggles kids, work and writing and dreams of finding more time for gym. Sarah-jane bradfield is completing a masters in journalism and media Studies at rhodes University with a focus on conflict sensitive journalism. Christopher kelly is a herpetologist and photographer. god's creation is his inspiration, and he's happiest in the bush, with his bride, capturing snakes ... or images! paul greenway began his affair with photography as a photographic safari guide in Zimbabwe. Since then he has worked as many things from pizza maker to mine manager and now teaches photojournalism, does freelance work, pursues a number of personal photographic projects, and is studying a masters in fine art at rhodes. kerry peter traded the editorial office for the life of a freelancer when she moved to the Eastern Cape, soon establishing a network of favourite people and places. She is currently a freelance writer and editor. Cat pennels is a photographer who loves gangster films, the blues and her teddy, boris yeltsin. Chelsea geach is a fourth year writing student at rhodes and hopes to specialise in arts journalism. michael Sutherns is just a young aspiring sports journalist, happy to be a part of this collection. wilhelmina maboja is easily pleased by moleskines, rooibos and dry humour. Zamathiyane Ndaba is a fourth year journalism student, interested in telling other people's stories. kyla hazell is a student of law and politics who most enjoys being told interesting things, reading good books, and soaking up the arts. the design team. from left: abigail whelan, a journ 4 designer who collects antique door handles; brian garman, design lecturer and professional dog-walker; Stephanie pretorius, journ 4 design student who loves cats and knitting.