16 May 2019
Volume: 7
Issue: 29
Kusuka kwesobunxele: USolwazi Kesh Govender, uSolwazi Rajen Naidoo, uSolwazi Anil Chuturgoon kanye noSolwazi Deresh Ramjugernath.

Kwethulwe Uhlelo Lwabantwana i-Optimal Child Growth and Development

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Emizamweni yokushintsha ucwaningo ngokuqhamuka nezindlela ezintsha namagalelo azwakalayo, i-African Health-Saving Lives Research Flagship yaseNyuvesi YaKwaZulu-Natal yethule i-Optimal Child Growth and Development (i-OrCHID).

From left: Professors Tharcisse Gatwa; Simangaliso Kumalo; Elisée Musemakweli; Penine Uwimbabazi and Philippe Denis at the conference in Rwanda.

UKZN Co-Hosts Conference on Memories of the Rwandan Genocide

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The School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics co-hosted an international conference with the Protestant University of Rwanda, in Huye, Rwanda on the theme: Memory work in churches and community-based organisations.

Blessing Thwala who will feature at the "A Bass Showcase".

Nothing But Bass!

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The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music is proud to present its “A Bass Showcase” on 22 May 2019 at 18h00.

Guests speakers, peer educators and students at an event held to raise awareness around Gender-Based Violence.

One Man Can Discussion on Gender-Based Violence

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“One Man Can” was the theme of the dialogue held at the Howard College Theatre to raise awareness on the impact of gender-based violence (GBV) and to encourage zero tolerance to abuse.

Dr Ozayr Mahomed, Public Health Medicine Specialist in the College of Health Sciences.

Framework Aims to Improve Delivery of Health Services

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Public Health Medicine Specialist in the College of Health Sciences, Dr Ozayr Mahomed, presented an address on the development of the Ideal Hospital Realisation and Maintenance Framework to the Family Medicine Department on the Howard College campus.

SCSA students distributing sanitary pads to various organisations and rural dwellers who were victims of the recent flash floods during the Easter Weekend.

SCSA Students’ Drive Help the Needy

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While South Africa has joined other countries in removing VAT on sanitary pads, many women still cannot afford to buy them and as a result are forced to miss school and work.

From left: Dr Brett van Niekerk (UKZN), Mr Jerall Toi (Stellenbosch University), and Dr Trishana Ramluckan (UKZN) at the panel discussion.

Academics Participate in International Workshop and Panel Discussions on Privacy and Cybersecurity for Educational Institutions

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UKZN academics, Dr Trishana Ramluckan (College of Law and Management Studies) and Dr Brett van Niekerk (School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science), were invited to participate in an international workshop hosted by the Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo and the Technical University of Dresden.

CDA members at St Vincent’s Children’s Home where gifts were distributed to the children.

Education Students Give Back

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The Edgewood campus Community Development Association (CDA Rotaract) celebrated Freedom Day by distributing gifts to the 68 children at St Vincent’s Children’s Home in Pinetown.

USolwazi Donal McCracken obhale incwadi: Nicholson: How an Angry Irishman became the Hero of Delhi, ngempilo ka-John Nicholson isosha lase-Ireland.

Isifundiswa SezeSintu Sishicilele Incwadi Ngomlando WamaNdiya

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Incwadi yeSazi Somlando nofundisa e-UKZN uSolwazi Donal McCracken ethi Nicholson: How an Angry Irishman became the Hero of Delhi, kuthathe iminyaka eyi-12 ukuyibhala kanti imuhambise eNdiya, e-Ireland naseBrithani.

University of Denver’s Provost and Executive Vice-Chancellor, Dr Jeremy Haefner, presenting his lecture at UKZN.

Public Lecture Discusses Whether Automation is the Future of Work and Learning

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UKZN recently hosted a delegation from the University of Denver led by Provost and Executive Vice-Chancellor, Dr Jeremy Haefner, who delivered a public lecture titled: The Future of Work and Learning, at the EG Malherbe Library on the Howard College campus.

Professor Mihalis Chasomeris, Jacob Twala (Economic specialist at KZN Provincial Treasury), Bongiwe Gegana and Khetha Gumede.

Guest Lecture Series Merges Theory and Practical Information

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The Graduate School of Business and Leadership (GSB&L) is committed to training and developing ethical leaders who are not only versatile and successful in all spheres of life, but passionate about social and local economic development. In order to fulfil this mission, the School hosts a series of guest lectures on topical issues by prominent leaders from the public and private sectors.

UKZN academic, Dr Sanele Gumede, who unpacks issues about the country’s economy on Ukhozi FM’s Sithakela Isizwe talk show.

Academic Shares his Knowledge with Ukhozi FM Listeners

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An academic in the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Dr Sanele Gumede, is the content contributor to the segment on the South African and African economy on Ukhozi FM’s Sithakela Isizwe talk show.

Mr Luthando Mbanjwa, UKZN Bachelor of Laws student and Mr South Africa International hopeful, at an Activation in Umlazi.

Law Student Eyes Mr South Africa International Title

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Twenty-three-year-old final year Bachelor of Laws student, Mr Luthando Mbanjwa, is amongst the 18 young South African men who will represent the country in the 2019 Mr South Africa International pageant.

Phezulu kwesobunxele: Amalunga eVico Artistry uMnu Konke Ngqambi, Nks Nomfundo Zwane noMnu Muzi Cele. Kwezinye izithombe uMuzi noNomfundo bethula umdwebo kuShansela wase-UKZN, iNhloko yamaJaji uMogoeng Mogoeng, phambi kweSekelaShansela uSolwazi Nana Poku.

Iqembu Labathathu Lezamaciko Ligqugquzela Ezamabhizinisi

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Uthando lobuciko yinto enkulu kuMnu Muzi Cele, uMnu Konke Ngqambi noNks Nomfundo Zwane baseKolishi Lezifundo Zomthetho Nezokuphatha abangabalingani e-Vico Artistry.