19th Poetry Africa Festival a Treat for All
A select group of poets from South Africa and around the world are in Durban to showcase literature and storytelling at the 19th Poetry Africa Festival.
Is South Africa Upholding the Rule of Law? That is the question Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development Mr John Jeffery was tasked with answering at an event hosted by the Black Lawyers Association Student Chapter (BLAsc) and UKZN’s School of Law.
School of Arts and Dance Lecturer at the Howard College campus Drama and Performance Studies Programme, Ms Lliane Loots, has been invited onto the prestigious National Arts Festival’s Artistic Steering Committee.
UKZN’s Dr Khaled Elmezughi presented a study titled: “Characteristics and Outcome of Surgically Treated Pituitary Tumours at Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital (IALCH) in Durban”, during a College of Health Sciences Research Symposium.
College of Humanities staff member Ms Sindi Ndaba is the recipient of the Empowered Administrators Conference (EAC) Customer Centric Award which acknowledges an office professional who gives excellent client service and always puts customers first.
Abafundisa ezobuHlengikazi e-UKZN bebehlangene nozakwabo basekolishi i-KwaZulu-Natal College of Nursing (KZNCN) emhlanganweni wokucobelelana nokuthuthukisa amakhono eKhempasini i-Howard.
“The Future Lies in our Past: Seeking to Leverage African Indigenous Leadership Practices to Re-shape Education”, was the title of an Inaugural Lecture by Professor Vitallis Chikoko of the School of Education in the College of Humanities.
UKZN’s College of Health Science’s Teaching and Learning Office recently hosted Dr Prinitha Pillay of the Rural Health Advocacy Project who presented an interactive workshop for academics and students on how to teach health advocacy.
UKZN’s College of Law and Management Studies hosted its first Teaching and Learning Day which attracted 13 lecturers from the four schools within the College who shared and showcased their teaching and learning practice.