Medical Microbiolology Hosts Update on Diphtheria
Eight confirmed cases of Corynebacterium diphtheria have been recorded thus far in the province of KwaZulu-Natal following the recent outbreak of this highly contagious bacterial disease.
In light of the recent spate of xenophobic attacks in the province, the African Music and Dance (AMD) discipline within the School of Arts recently hosted an ‘Africa Unites through Music and Dance Concert’ at the Howard College Theatre.
UKZN’s Professor Thumbi Ndung’u, renowned HIV scientist, recently published a paper with local colleagues and collaborators from the United States that found a specific bacterial community in the genital tract of healthy South African Durban women...
The School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SAEES) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) was selected by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) to host an African Diaspora scholar from the United States.
School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academic, Professor Purshottama Reddy was among the public administration experts who critically examined measures to promote good governance...
Staff from the School of Built Environment and Development Studies (BEDS) recently participated in a Moodle Training workshop in an effort to better assist their students.
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The Educational Leadership, Management and Policy (ELMP) Discipline in the School of Education recently hosted a seminar that investigated...
Students from the School of Education along with guest speakers recently participated and shared their research knowledge in a seminar entitled “Contemporary issues in inclusive education: Partnerships for possibilities”
Mr Ed Gevers, an alumnus of UKZN with a Master’s in Horticulture, is the manager of the Fountain Hill Estate in Wartburg. Gevers generously hosted the Field Crop Management class from UKZN during their recent field trip.
‘The current global situation shows that peace and security require hard work, commitment to diplomacy and the ability to build bridges.’ These were the words of the European Union (EU) Ambassador to South Africa, Mr Roeland Van De Geer.
Government (mis)communication causing panic and raising stress levels is the subject of this column. Weather and earthquake forecasters in some countries are subject to imprisonment for causing alarm and despondency if they get their predictions wrong.