27 August 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 42
Mr John Mogaka, recipient of the Prestigious Doctoral Research Scholarship for Health Sciences.

Prestigious Doctoral Research Scholarship for Health Sciences PhD Candidate

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College of Health Sciences’ Public Health Medicine PhD candidate, Mr John Mogaka, has succeeded in clinching the highly regarded UKZN Doctoral Research Scholarship.

Bachelor of Sport Science student Ms Casey Naude is elated at receiving the Townley Williams Scholarship.

UKZN Sport Science Student Scoops Two Scholarships Awards

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‘I feel highly honoured and grateful to be rewarded and recognised for my hard work and dedication to my studies,’ said Bachelor of Sport Science student Ms Casey Naude after receiving the Townley Williams Scholarship and Lawrence and Constance (LC) Robinson Scholarship awards.

Malegapuru William Makgoba Scholarship recipient, Miss Kiara Govender (left) with UKZN Chief Financial Officer, Ms Nontuthuko Mbhele.

Medical Student Scores Malegapuru William Makgoba Award

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UKZN Medical student, Miss Kiara Govender, has received the Malegapuru William Makgoba Scholarship which is awarded to five top-ranked undergraduates proceeding from first-year to second-year of study in each of the four UKZN Colleges.

Ms Naeema Suleman (left) receives the Malegapuru W Makgoba Scholarship from UKZN Chief Financial Officer, Ms Nontuthuko Mbhele.

Malegapuru W Makgoba Scholarships for Pharmacy Student

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UKZN Pharmacy student Ms Naeema Suleman received the Malegapuru W Makgoba Scholarship.

Mr Ntandoyenkosi Khumalo (left) receives the Talent Equity Scholarship Award for his academic excellence from Director of CAPRISA, Professor Salim Abdool Karim.

Talent Equity Scholarship Showcases Ntandoyenkosi’s Academic Excellence

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Sports Science Honours student, Mr Ntandoyenkosi Khumalo, now knows that hard work and dedication pay off after being awarded the Talent Equity and Excellence Scholarship at the UKZN Scholarship Awards Ceremony

Ms Merantha Moodley (left) received the Vincent Maphai Sholarship from Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim, CAPRISA Associate Scientific Director.

Vincent Maphai Scholarship Award for Young Researcher

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‘Just the title of the scholarship itself makes a tremendous impact on the way I value myself. Now I believe in my capabilities so much more and I am able to set the bar even higher for myself to climb up that ladder of success even faster.’

The Frene Ginwala Scholarships Medical student awardees.

Frene Ginwala Accolades for 26 Medical Students

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Twenty-six first-year Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) female students at UKZN’s Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine are the proud recipients of the Frene Ginwala Scholarship awards.

Recipient of Pius Langa Scholarship, Mr Tyrell Jordan Pillay.

Pius Langa Scholarship for Medical Duo

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Mr Tyrell Jordan Pillay and Ms Timera Naidoo, two first-year Medical students at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine in the College of Health Sciences, are the recipients of the prestigious Pius Langa Scholarship.

Mr Mohamed Hoosen Suleman (left) receives the 50th Anniversary Endowment Fund Scholarship from Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim, CAPRISA Associate Scientific Director.

Suleman Scoops 50th Anniversary Endowment Fund Scholarship

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Setting goals, hard work and dedication were the key ingredients that earned Bachelor of Pharmacy student, Mr Mohamed Hoosen Suleman, the 50th Anniversary Endowment Fund Scholarship.

Ms Naheeda Ebrahim (left) receives the Malegapuru William Makgoba Scholarship from UKZN Chief Financial Officer, Ms Nontuthuko Mbhele.

Ebrahim Receives the Malegapuru William Makgoba Scholarship

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‘I feel honoured and blessed to have been awarded such a prestigious scholarship,’ said Pharmacy student, Ms Naheeda Ebrahim, the recipient of the Malegapuru William Makgoba Scholarship.

Ms Susanna Desmet, recipient of the CHS Deputy Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship.

Hard Work Results in College Deputy Vice-Chancellors’ Scholarship

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‘This scholarship means the world to me!’ said an ecstatic Susanna Desmet, final-year Bachelor of Nursing student who received the College Deputy Vice-Chancellors’ Scholarship.

Ms Yashna Sukdeo, recipient of the HS DVC Scholarship.

Sukdeo Makes Family Proud through CHS DVC Scholarship

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‘My family is extremely proud of me and all my accomplishments,’ said UKZN Pharmacy student, Ms Yashna Sukdeo, one of the recipients of the College of Health Sciences Deputy Vice-Chancellors’ Scholarship.