18 October 2017
Volume: 5
Issue: 56
Professor Exnevia Gomo.

Inaugural Lecture Focuses on Institutionalisation of Traditional Medicine

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Until the advent of Western medicine, traditional medicine (TM) had been the only source of health care in Africa, said UKZN’s Professor Exnevia Gomo at his Inaugural lecture presented on the Howard College campus.

Delegates who attended the third annual Research Indaba hosted by UKZN’s Disability Support Unit.

Hidden Disabilities Highlighted at Research Indaba

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To foster constructive and research-based dialogue and discussion around challenges facing students with disabilities, UKZN’s Disability Support Unit (DSU) hosted their third Annual Disability Support Research Indaba on the University’s Westville campus.

Participants of the Higher Degrees Workshop.

Higher Degrees and Research Processes Reviewed at Workshop

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The College of Law and Management Studies held a workshop aimed at reviewing and streamlining the College’s Higher Degrees and Research Processes.

The 12th Annual African Cultural Calabash and African Cuisine in Action.

African Cultural Calabash Highlights Social Ailments

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Social ailments were highlighted during the 12th Annual African Cultural Calabash and African Cuisine event hosted at the Howard College Theatre by the School of Arts within the College of Humanities.

Staff, students and guests enjoying the Disability Sports day at Howard College campus.

UKZN Hosts First Ever Disability Sports Day

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Shouts of ‘wicky, wicky, wicky, wickyyyy’ rang out on the Howard College campus as students were given a crash course in blind cricket at UKZN’s inaugural Sports Day for students with disabilities.

Attendees of the group-in-class mentorship programme.

Entrepreneurial Thinking Should Begin at a Young Age

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If in 2017 you are only going to school to enable you to get a job later then you are most likely going to be disappointed, says successful Pietermaritzburg businessman, Mr Lindo Makhaye.

Centre for Communication, Media and Society members on the highway to SACOMM 2017.

UKZN Students at a Conference at Rhodes University

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UKZN delegates - including students - from the Centre for Communication, Media and Society (CCMS) presented papers at the 2017 joint conference of the South African Communication Association (SACOMM) and Highway Africa 2017 held at Rhodes University in Grahamstown.

The scene at the 3rd annual Mafika Gwala Lecture at UKZN.

UKZN hosts 3rd Annual Mafika Gwala Lecture

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Renowned South African poet, writer and activist Mongane Wally Serote delivered the third annual Mafika Gwala Lecture at UKZN.

Participants at a workshop where they learned how to mitigate cyber infiltration.

IT Training Programme Details Solutions to Counter Web Attacks

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The School of Management, Information Technology and Governance staff and students learned to develop solutions through demo security applications to safeguard web applications against various vulnerabilities and attacks during a week-long workshop.

Abebebambe iqhaza emhlanganweni wokucobelelana ngolwazi ngabangezwa.

ISikole SezeMfundo Sibambe Umhlangano Wokucobelelana Ngolwazi Ngabangezwa

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ISikole SezeMfundo sibambe umhlangano wokucobelelana ngolwazi ngokungezwa ukuze kulekeleleke othisha abafundisa abafundi bobuthisha abanezingqinamba ngokuzwa kanye nolwazi lokusetshenziswa kolimi lwezimpawu lwaseNingizimu Afrika i- South African Sign Language (SASL) ekhempasini.

From left: Mr Mcebo Mbatha, Deputy Chair; Ms Nomkhosi Dlamini-Ndlovu, Sports Officer; Mr Sabelo Siwelele Mkhize, Finance Officer; Mr Khethani Ximba, Secretary; and Mr Nkosingiphile Gumbi, Chairperson.

Outstanding UKZN Soccer "Stars" Receive Awards

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UKZN’s Res League Committee recently honoured football players, coaches and officials during their Annual Res League awards held at Howard College campus.

Social Sciences student Mr Khethani Njoko with his second self-help book titled: It Has Nothing To Do With Life.

Humanities Student Publishes Second Self Help Book

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Social Sciences student in the College of Humanities Mr Khethani Njoko has published his second self-help book titled: It Has Nothing To Do With Life.

UKZN’s Dr Diane van Staden at the MMUST Optometry Faculty with the class of 2017.

UKZN Academic External Examiner at Kenyan University

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UKZN’s Optometry Academic Leader, Dr Diane van Staden, was the external examiner for the Bachelor of Optometry Class of 2017 at the Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) in Kenya.

School of Management, IT and Governance students and staff at Summer School in France.

UKZN’s Postgraduate Students and Staff attend Summer School in France

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School of Management, Information Technology and Governance (MIT&G) postgraduate students and staff attended the 11th American-African-European (AAE) Summer School and ARTEM International Conference at the ICN Business School in Nancy, France.