Andrew Buckland

South African award-winning playwright, performer, film director, mime, and academic.

- Andrew Buckland

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Rhodes University

Public research university located in Makhanda in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.

Public research university located in Makhanda in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.

Coat of arms
Coat of arms
View of High Street looking west from the corner of Hill Street towards the Drostdy Arch, the main entrance to the present-day Rhodes University campus. Circa 1898.
The Sir Herbert Baker clock tower at the heart of the Rhodes campus. The clock tower was designed by Herbert Baker in 1910 and constructed in subsequent years.
Kimberley Hall is currently one of nine halls on campus.
The new Eden Grove building at Rhodes University.
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Andrew Buckland – Performer and playwright

Matthew Buckland

Matthew Buckland

South African Internet entrepreneur and businessman who founded and exited digital agency and publisher Creative Spark, acquired in 2015 by UK firm M&C Saatchi PLC (lse: SAA), the holding group of M&C Saatchi.

South African Internet entrepreneur and businessman who founded and exited digital agency and publisher Creative Spark, acquired in 2015 by UK firm M&C Saatchi PLC (lse: SAA), the holding group of M&C Saatchi.

Matthew Buckland

He was the eldest son of Andrew Buckland and Janet Buckland, a prominent South African acting family.

The John Kani Theatre

Market Theatre (Johannesburg)

Opened in 1976, operating as an independently, anti-racist theatre during the country's apartheid regime.

Opened in 1976, operating as an independently, anti-racist theatre during the country's apartheid regime.

The John Kani Theatre

It has also introduced the works of many of South Africa's leading playwrights and directors, including Welcome Msomi, Zakes Mda, Pieter-Dirk Uys, Gibson Kente, Paul Slabolepszy, Mbongeni Ngema, Adam Small, PG du Plessis, Lara Foot, Janice Honeyman, Kessie Govender, Bartho Smit, Maishe Maponya, Sue Pam-Grant, Andrew Buckland, Percy Mtwa, Deon Opperman, Reza de Wet and Matsemela Manaka.