UKZN Co-hosts QS WorldClass Seminar
University leaders from around the world met to discuss Higher Education trends as well as expand their global connections at the 7th QS WorldClass Seminar in Johannesburg co-hosted by UKZN and QS Asia.
Dr Ven Tauringana of Bournemouth University in England was hosted by the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance recently in order to establish international linkages through research collaboration and staff and student exchanges with UKZN.
Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, the Honourable Mr Justice Kenneth Mthiyane reflected on the contribution made by struggle icons Victoria and Griffiths Mxenge to the promotion of access to justice, in an address at UKZN.
The Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity (ccrri) recently hosted a discussion forum with high school teachers on the Steve Biko Education and Gender-Based Violence projects.
The Industrial Crop Production class doing their BSc Agric honours on the Pietermaritzburg campus visited the Illovo Eston Mill where they saw first hand steps involved in processing sugar from the time the cane is delivered to when the final product is produced.
Masters student in Development Studies Ms Rejoice Mabhena attended the three-day Bayern Model United Nations Conference (BayernMUN) in Neuendettelsau during her six-month stay in Germany on an exchange programme organised by the Development Studies discipline.
‘Publish or perish.’ This term has been around for a long time. Yet, even today, the many who do not publish, do not perish. Their lack of publication productivity units (PUs) may be punished in one way or another, but nothing that the CCMA can’t handle.