11 July 2019
Volume: 7
Issue: 37
Ms Lerisha Naidu who is listed as one of this year’s Mail & Guardian’s Top 200 Young South Africans.

Law Graduate Makes Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans

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UKZN alumna and partner in Baker McKenzie’s Antitrust & Competition Practice Group, Ms Lerisha Naidu, was recently listed as one of the Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans in the Business and Law category.

UKZN Jazz student, Mr Dalisu Ndlazi who is attending the Louis Armstrong Summer Camp in New Orleans in the US.

UKZN Jazz Student Takes on New Orleans

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UKZN Jazz student and bassist, Mr Dalisu Ndlazi, is attending the Louis Armstrong Summer Camp in New Orleans, courtesy of T Musicman through the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Youth Development Program, GELEZA KLEVA AND LEARN.

Miss SA semi-finalists Ms Danielle Wallace and Ms Xia Narain.

UKZN Alumni Make it to Miss SA Semi-Finals

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UKZN alumni Ms Danielle Wallace and Ms Xia Narain are vying for the title of Miss South Africa 2019, who will be crowned on Women’s Day on 9 August.

UDkt Gavin George wase-HEARD noDkt Faith Kumalo, owuMqondisi omKhulu we-Care and Support Ezikoleni, eMnyangweni wezeMfundo eyisiSekelo.

Ucwaningo lwase-UKZN Luthinte Uhulumeni Kwezengculazi

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Abacwaningi be-Health Economics and HIV and Aids Research Division (i-HEARD), abazinze ophikweni lwase-Westville, bakhangise ngamakhono abo ezokucwaninga engqungqutheleni i-SA Aids Conference esanda kuba khona, kwathi umsebenzi wabo wathinta inqubo kahulumeni kazwelonke.

Ms Nokuthula Kubheka and Mr Sifiso Mbatha with their creative art pieces in India.

Students Represent UKZN in India

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Two students represented UKZN at a 10-day youth leadership camp in India from 18 to 28 June.

Participants at the STATA workshop.

Master’s and Doctoral Candidates Trained on Data Analysis

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Equipping postgraduate students with the skills and knowledge crucial for the production of quality research was the aim of the recent College of Law and Management Studies STATA workshop.

From left: Mr Clement Agoni; Sister Zwane, Senior Nurse at Umlazi U21 Clinic; Dr Thandeka Maphumulo, Medical Doctor Health Team Co-lead; and Ms Nomfanelo Dlomo, Deputy Curator of the Durban Hub. The photograph on the right is a highlight from the health awareness drive.

Global Shapers of UKZN Spearhead Health Awareness Drive

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Mr Clement Agoni, a PhD student under the supervision of Pharmaceutical Chemistry’s Professor Mahmoud Soliman, and Medical School alumnus, Dr Thandeka Maphumulo, spearheaded a health awareness drive at the Umlazi U21 Clinic on 24 June.

Professor Langa Khumalo has been appointed Vice-President of the African Association for Lexicography (AFRILEX).

Linguistics Expert at UKZN Appointed Vice-President of the African Association for Lexicography

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The Director of UKZN’s Language Planning and Development Office, Professor Langa Khumalo, has been appointed Vice-President of the African Association for Lexicography (AFRILEX).

Zethembiso Mdletshe, known professionally as Zethe performed at the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music.

Songbird Zethe at the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music

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The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music proudly presented songbird Zethe on Wednesday 10 July 2019.

Dr Kathryn Pillay, senior lecturer in Sociology, has been awarded a C2 Rating by the NRF.

Social Sciences Academic Receives C2 Rating from the National Research Foundation

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Senior lecturer in Sociology, Dr Kathryn Pillay, has been awarded a C2 Rating by the National Research Foundation (NRF).

UKZN alumnus and jazz musician Mr Linda Sikhakhane.

UKZN Music Alumnus Graduates from Prestigious New York School

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UKZN alumnus, Mr Linda Sikhakhane, who is also a well-known jazz musician, joins the likes of Tom Ford and Bradley Cooper as an alumnus of the New York-based The New School in the United States after being sponsored by Pacinamix - a cutting-edge PR firm.

Highlights from the 18th Annual Masakhane Youth Leadership Course.

School of Education Hosts 18th Annual Masakhane Youth Leadership Course

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The School of Education, in partnership with the Community Development Association (CDA), a student-run community outreach organisation, hosted the 18th annual Masakhane Youth Leadership Course (MYLC) for Grade 11 learners from predominantly disadvantaged schools in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.