Convocation Executive Running for UKZN
‘This was my first attempt and I’m doing this so that from now on I can raise funds yearly for the UKZN Foundation,’ said UKZN’s Convocation Executive member, Sammy Mashita.
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Konke bekumi ngomumo ngenkulumo yesithathu ye-NSTF i-share and dare esiZindeni sezokuFunda ngeSayensi nobuChwepheshe (STEC@UKZN). Abafundi abalinganiselwa kwabangamashumi ayisikhombisa...
Seeing the rise of drug abuse at his former high school, Khabazela High in Hillcrest, Criminology student Mr Nathie Hadebe took it upon himself to get involved in community development and to provide help to the learners.
The Durban business community recently gathered at the ICC for UKZN’s Graduate School of Business and Leadership’s (GSB&L) 5th Business Forum to exchange ideas on how businesses can remain productive during the country’s energy crisis.
The Head of UKZN’s Antimicrobial Research Unit and Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sabiha Essack, served as an expert in Congo-Brazzaville where the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Africa recently hosted a Consultative Experts’ Meeting on Combating Antimicrobial Resistance in the African Region.
The Oppenheimer family, owners of the farms Wakefield and Umgenipoort, recently entered into an agreement with the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) to make their properties available for research and teaching activities.
School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academics, Dr Fayth Ruffin, Dr Thokozani Nzimakwe, Ms Nokuthula Makhoba and Dr David Mwesigwa represented UKZN at the South African Association of Public Administration and Management’s (SAAPAM) 15th Annual Conference held at the Ditsong Cultural history museum, Pretoria.