21 February 2019
Volume: 7
Issue: 3
UDkt Trishan Naidoo ozohlala izinyanga ezimbili enza ucwaningo enyuvesi yaseNgilandi.

Umfundaze Utholele Isifundiswa Sase-UKZN Indawo eNyuvesi YaseNgilandi

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Ukuklonyeliswa ngomfundaze ohlonishwayo kwenze isifundiswa esenza iziqu zobudokotela emkhakheni waso e-School of Life Sciences esiwuDkt Trishan Naidoo ukuthi sihlale izinyanga ezimbili senza ucwaningo enyuvesi yaseNgilandi.

Ms Sarah Shezi who is a finalist in the Miss Grace South Africa Beauty Pageant.

Humanities Alumnus Finalist in Miss Grace SA Beauty Pageant

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Pietermaritzburg-born UKZN alumnus, Ms Sarah Shezi, is a finalist in the Miss Grace South Africa Beauty Pageant which aims to mentor, groom and develop African female leaders in their respective fields.

Students and staff at the Student and Teacher Enhancement Programme.

Student and Teacher Enhancement Programme Enriches Teachers’ Experiences

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The College of Humanities School of Education recently hosted a closing function for its community engagement programme, the Student and Teacher Enhancement Programme.

UMnu Jude Akinyelu othole umklomelo wephepha elivelele locwaningo engqungqutheleni yamazwe ngamazwe eKapa.

UMfundi we-PhD ku-Biochemistry Uthole Umklomelo Ngephepha Elivelele

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UMnu Jude Akinyelu, umfundi we-PhD ku-Biochemistry e-UKZN, usanda kumenywa ukuzokwethula iphepha eNgqungqutheleni Yezizwe Ezahlukene ye-10th yokuthuthukisa iSayensi, Ezobujiniyela, Ezobuchwepheshe kanye neZokunakekela ngokwezempilo (ASETH18) eKapa.

Participants at the D’RAP Research Symposium.

D’RAP Research Symposium Closes the Year with Key Results

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Staff, students and representatives of the eThekwini Municipality who are part of the Durban Research Action Partnership (D’RAP) gathered recently for their annual year-end research symposium where presenters shared key results from research underway under the auspices of the partnership.

Members of the Dolphin Coast Book and Film Club.

Academic Spearheads Dolphin Coast Book and Film Club

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Director of the Theology and Development programme in the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC), Dr Clint Le Bruyns, is the brains behind the successful Dolphin Coast Book and Film Club. The Club was formed in 2017 and continues to grow its membership due to its unique ability to connect people, start conversations, create lifelong friendships and truly commit to being a nation more responsible for the public good.

Professor Ulrich Berner (front, centre) with Professor Johannes Smit (back, centre) and colleagues and postgraduate students at the seminar.

Specialist Seminar on Wagner and Syncretism in Religion

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Professor Johannes Smit of the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC), recently organised a seminar conducted by Professor Ulrich Berner (Bayreuth University, Germany) on the topic of Richard Wagner, and Syncretism in Religion. It took place in the context of a research project on “Sacred Space in Durban and Beyond”, carried out mainly by Dr Magnus Echtler (PhD, Bayreuth), who has visited UKZN several times.