London  — A museum and art centre in the house where 19th-century British colonialist Cecil Rhodes was born is changing its name after protests from antiracism campaigners.

The Rhodes Art Complex will become South Mill Arts on August 24, after calls to stop glorifying an imperialist who annexed swathes of Southern Africa as part of the British Empire and paved the way for racial segregation in SA...

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