03 October 2019
Volume: 7
Issue: 57
UKZN senior lecturer, Dr Andile Khathi, who has been appointed Secretary General and Treasurer of the Physiology Society of Southern Africa.

UKZN Academic Appointed to Physiology Society

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Senior lecturer and Physiologist in UKZN’s School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences, Dr Andile Khathi has been appointed Secretary General and Treasurer of the Physiology Society of Southern Africa (PSSA).

UMkhandlu Wabafundi unikela ngamaqakelo (sanitary pads) kubafundi besifazane abawadingayo.

UMkhandlu Wabafundi Uhola Umkhankaso Wokuqoqwa Kwamaqakelo

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UMkhandlu Wabafundi wethule umkhankaso wokuqoqa amaqakelo (sanitary pads) evile kuma-10 000, uqoqela izitshudeni zesifazane eziwadingayo kuwo wonke amakhempasi asenyuvesi.

Dr Bongani Ngqulunga (seated right) with UKZN staff members at the John Dube Memorial Lecture.

Dube Lecture Traces Links Between Pioneering Struggle Generation and Fallist Movement

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The Schools of Education and Religion, Philosophy and Classics, in collaboration with the University Language Planning and Development Office and the JL Dube Institute, hosted the annual John Dube Memorial Lecture at the Dulcie September Conference Centre on the Edgewood campus.

Dr Senzeni Tshuma who is pursuing a career in music alongside his professional duties as a medical doctor.

Medical Doctor Pursues Passion for Music

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UKZN alumnus, Dr Senzeni Tshuma is striking a balance between his love for medicine and his passion for music, as he pursues a career in music alongside his medical duties.

Dr Torres Wooley (left) with Dr Bernhard Gaede.

Family Medicine Focuses on Social Return on Investment

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Academics and postgraduate students in the College of Health Sciences attended a talk on Social Return on Investment - how do we measure it? by Dr Torres Wooley of James Cook University in north-eastern Australia.

Professor Sivakumar Venkataraman with his wife, Sangeetha, and children Sahaanaah and Varshana.

Inaugural Lecture Focuses on Monitoring the Atmosphere from Space and Ground-based Remote Sensing

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Monitoring the atmosphere from space and ground-based remote sensing was the subject of the inaugural lecture presented by Professor Sivakumar Venkataraman of UKZN’s School of Chemistry and Physics.

Professor Sumit Roy at the EECE Distinguished Lecture.

Solutions to Spectrum Sharing Problems Explored in Distinguished Lecture

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The Discipline of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering (EECE), on the Howard College campus hosted a distinguished lecture by Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Fellow Professor Sumit Roy, Professor of Integrated Systems and Director of the Fundamentals of Networking Laboratory at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA.

Abafundi bahlanza iChweba laseThekwini ngesikhathi somkhankaso, i-International Coastal Clean-Up.

Kuhlangane i-Afrika ku-International Coastal Clean-Up

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INingizimu Afrika, iNigeria, iGhana neKenya basanda kuhlanganyela emkhankasweni wokugcina i-Afrika nolwandle kuhlanzekile obizwa nge-International Coastal Clean-up

Highlights from the 2019 Student Entrepreneurship week.

UKZN Hosts Student Entrepreneurship Week

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UKZN InQubate hosted a highly successful Student Entrepreneurship Week (SEW) programme from 2 to 6 September. The programme was held under the auspices of the University’s entrepreneurship skills programme, ENSPIRE.

Amazwibela e-Dance Experia Festival ebise-Hexagon Theatre.

I-UKZN Isingathe i-Dance Experia Festival

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UMnyango weziFundo zeShashalazi nezokuLingisa ubumeme umdansi, umhleli wemidanso nombhali odumile emhlabeni jikelele uMnu Gregory Maqoma ku-Dance Experia Festival e-Hexagon Theatre eMgungundlovu.

Campaign educates students on HIV/AIDS.

Campaign Encourages Students to Know their Status

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UKZN and the Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) recently partnered for an HIV/AIDS campaign that encouraged students to get tested and know their status.