26 February 2014
Volume: 2
Issue: 6
The College of Humanities delegation with representatives from the Mazisi Kunene Foundation.

College of Humanities and Mazisi Kunene Foundation Strengthen Ties

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The College of Humanities and the Mazisi Kunene Foundation have affirmed their commitment to working together by deciding to host an annual Public Lecture to highlight the role the late struggle icon played during the apartheid era.

Vincent Naidoo’s Seriously Kidding.

Seriously Kidding – Title of New Book by UKZN Graduate

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UKZN alumnus Mr Vincent Naidoo has written a book titled Seriously Kidding.

From left: Emeritus Professor and a Vice-President of the SA Science Academy Council Patricia Berjak; Professor Louise O. Fresco; the Academy’s Executive Officer, Professor Roseanne Diab, and UKZN’s Professor Gerald Ortmann.

Visiting Academic Speaks on Agriculture and Food Production

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Professor Louise O. Fresco of the University of Amsterdam in The Netherlands spoke on “Food and Agriculture: The Next Decades”, at a Public Lecture at UKZN.

The 6th edition of Talent Campus Durban took place during the 34th Durban International Film Festival in July last year.

7th Talents Durban at this year’s International Film Festival

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Applications have opened for the 7th Talents Durban taking place from 18-22 July during the 35th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts at UKZN...

ARROW SA Envirowalk representatives at Palmiet Nature Reserve with eThekwini Natural Resources and UKZN students.

CCMS Students work with ARROW SA

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Postgraduate students at the Centre for Communication, Media and Society (CCMS) have joined forces with Art: A Resource for Reconciliation Over the World (ARROW) SA to conduct interesting and exciting workshops and research projects.

Professor Pratap Kumar Penumala.

Academic to Deliver Keynote Address at International Symposium

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Emeritus Professor Pratap Kumar Penumala of the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC) will deliver a keynote address at the International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy and Religion...

Law student Ms Luyanda Mzulwini received a copy of the South African Constitution from Professor Managay Reddi.

UKZN Law School Hosts Pledge Ceremony

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During a recent Pledge Ceremony, first year Law students committed to serve the law with integrity as students, legal professionals and UKZN alumni.

Ms Thea van der Westhuizen.

UKZN Academic and PhD Student Secures Prestigious Scholarship for Doctoral Studies

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College of Law and Management Lecturer and doctoral student Ms Thea van der Westhuizen's innovative approach to research has earned her a prestigious DAAD-NRF In-Country Scholarship for her doctoral studies.

Consultant Neurosurgeon Dr Ian Weinberg during a presentation to Psychology staff and students.

Neurosurgeon Probes Wellness and Performance

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The enhancement of the physiology of wellness, performance and leadership through mind state optimisation was discussed at a presentation by consultant Neurosurgeon, Dr Ian Weinberg.

Young researchers at the seminar.

Young Researchers Attend Local Economic Development Seminar

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Researchers from the Regional and Local Economic Development (LED) section of the Graduate School of Business and Leadership recently attended a seminar hosted by the Durban Chamber of Business...

Management and Entrepreneurship honours students together with School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academics.

Management and Entrepreneurship Honours Students Prepare for Academic Journey

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The School of Management, Information Technology and Governance laid the foundation for entrepreneurial and managerial thinking for honours students during the postgraduate Orientation gathering held at UKZN’s Westville and Pietermaritzburg campuses.

The UKZN Griot. of Humanities and Charters

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The Humanities are on the national agenda. Those of us in the Humanities often feel like orphans, the marginalised, the forgotten.