18 July 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 33
Kusukela kwesokunxele: Elebhu ye-SCP yeFiziksi yonyaka wesibili uMnu Luan Lombard, uMnu Dauda Sheni, uMnu Jehoiakim Pillay, uMnu Rucille Ramlal kanye noNkks Nuzhat Amod.

Kulungiselelwa Ukuphumelela ku-International Physics Olympiad

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UDkt Mervlyn Modley weSikolo Sekhemistri neFiziksi (i-SCP) useqede iviki elola amakhono ethimba labafundi abahlanu baseNingizimu Afrika abenza ibanga le-12 eliyoncintisana ku-49th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) ese-Libson, e-Portugal, zingama-21 kuya ku 29 kuNtulikazi.

UKZN Students and their mentors from the Silibona Educational Trust at their first meeting in 2018.

Bursaries for Diligent Humanities Students

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Four students from the College of Humanities: Ms Nosipho Gabela, Ms Nothando Maphumulo, Ms Samkelisiwe Mkhize and Ms Nobuhle Magadlela, were recently awarded bursaries from the NGO Silibona Educational Trust.

UKZN’s postgraduate bird group hands on with the Capped Wheatear at Darvill.

The Capped Wheatear at Darvill

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On Thursday, 5 July 2018, The Witness had a front-page article about Maritzburg “twitchers” going to see a Capped Wheatear at Darvill.

An Act of Defiance and Celebrating Mandela One Hundred form part of DIFF 100th Nelson Mandela anniversary celebrations.

Mandela 100 Celebrated Through Film

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To honour the 100th anniversary birthday celebrations of the former South African President, Nelson Mandela, the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) will present three films that provide fascinating insights into the late giant’s life

Dr Peter Zakwe (left) and his son, Durban hip-hop artist Zakwe (right) with UKZN academic Professor Kriben Pillay.

Guest Lecture on Mindful Leadership

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Graduate School of Business and Leadership’s Professor Kriben Pillay surprised students when he brought Durban hip hop hitmaker Zakwe and his family to share their inspirational journey of mindful leadership as part of his lecture.

Highlights from the International Youth Indra Congress.

Art for Social Change

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UKZN’s School of Arts (Drama and Performance Studies, Media and Cultural Studies and Centre for Communication, Media and Society-CCMS) in partnership with NPO ARROWSA and the Durban University of Technology (DUT) recently collaboratively hosted the International Youth Indra Congress.

U-Andile Yenana kanye no-Michi Stulz abacula ekhonsathini yokugubha usuku luka-Nelson Mandela.

Kugujwa Umlando Kasaziwayo u-Mandela nge-Jazz

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Isikhungo somculo we-Jazz noyiNtandokazi e-UKZN sethula umculo ka-Mnu Andile Yenana neqembu labayisithupha: Umnqgonqgo Wabantu kanye nothisha ofundisa e-UKZN, uMnu Burton Naido, kugujwa ikhulu leminyaka kwazalwa uMandela, ngoLwesithathu ziyi-18 kuNtulikazi (Julayi) kunyaka wezi-2018 ngo 18h00.

From labs to the classroom, learners got to experience all aspects of being a scientist at UKZN.

Science in Action for High School Learners

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The College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science (CAES) recently held its fun and interactive “Be a Scientist for a Week” programme aimed at Grade 10, 11 and 12 pupils.

Iforoworo Exhibition attendees.

Creating Dialogues Through Art

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The Iforoworo exhibition was opened at the Killie Campbell Collections Museum on 4 June 2018.

Participants at the British Council Researcher Links Workshop on ecosystem-based management of estuaries and coasts.

Building Research Capacity for Sustainable Ecosystem-Based Management

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The South African Association for Marine Biological Research (SAAMBR) Oceanographic Research Institute (ORI) recently played host to a three-day British Council Researcher Links Workshop funded by the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and National Research Foundation and managed by the British Council.