20 February 2020
Volume: 8
Issue: 3
UNks Weliswa Kunene noMnu S’khumbuzo Radebe nendondo: i-Dumisani Ndaba Award.

Kuhlonishwe Umfundi wase-UKZN noMsebenzi ngoMklomelo we-ACCESS Ngokubaneqhaza Ekongeni Umhlaba

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UMfundi wase-UKZN, uNks Weliswa Kunene, noMsebenzi eNyuvesi, uMnu S’khumbuzo Radebe, baklonyeliswe ngendondo iDumisani Ndaba Award (i-DNA) yi-Alliance for Collaboration in Climate and Earth Systems Science (i-ACCESS) ngegalelo labo ohlelweni lokonga umhlaba i-Habitable Planet Programme (i-HPW).

Dr Gugulethu Mazibuko is congratulated by the Consulate General of India, Mr Anish Raja, for her book: Imizwilili.

Humanities Academic Translates Golden Melodies from Hindi Cinema into IsiZulu

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Senior lecturer in the School of Arts (African Languages) Dr Gugulethu Mazibuko has launched her new book Imizwilili (Golden Melodies) that features 20 popular Hindi film songs translated into isiZulu.

From left: Professor Itumeleng Mosala, Ms Thandi Ngcobo, Professor Nana Poku, Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Professor Nhlanhla Mkhize, Dr Phumelele Zakwe, Professor Ernest Khalema and Mr Zenzele Dube (grandson of JL Dube).

Humanities Hosts Dube Memorial Lecture

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In partnership with the John Langalibalele Dube Institute, the College of Humanities hosted the annual JL Dube Memorial Lecture at the UNITE building on the Howard College campus.

UKZN graduate, Mr Luthando Molefe.

Alumnus Flies UKZN Flag High

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Education alumnus, Mr Luthando Molefe, was selected to represent KwaZulu-Natal and South Africa at the Young African Leaders Initiative Regional Leadership Centre Southern Africa’s (YALI RLC-SA) Leadership Development Programme for the Education Sector.

Professor Albert Modi at the opening of the 7th annual UKZN Academic Monitoring and Support Colloquium.

7th Annual UKZN Academic Monitoring and Support Colloquium

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The College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science (CAES) Teaching and Learning Office in partnership with UKZN’s Teaching and Learning Office hosted the 7th Annual Academic Monitoring and Support (AMS) Colloquium at the UNITE Building on the Howard College campus.

Thuthuka Bursary Fund 2020 recipients and UKZN Programme Manager, Ms Hlengiwe Ndlela, during Orientation Week.

UKZN’s Thuthuka Bursary Fund Programme Welcomes Future CAs

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UKZN’s School of Accounting, Economics and Finance (SAEF) has welcomed 25 new Thuthuka Bursary Fund (TBF) recipients to its Accounting programme.

Professor Brian Kearney and Ms Michele Jacobs with some of the drawings and work from the UKZN Architecture archives that feature in The Berea Style publication.

UKZN Architecture Drawings and Work Feature in The Berea Style

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Curator of the UKZN Architecture library archives Ms Michele Jacobs and Emeritus Professor in the Architecture Discipline, Brian Kearney recently exhibited prints of original and measured drawings of a vast array of KwaZulu-Natal buildings done by UKZN students and other architects.

Umfundi ovelele wangowezi-2019 Kwezokulaliswa Kwemizwa, uNksz Ra’eesa Mohamed Yunus eno Dkt Dean Gopalan.

Abezokulalisa Imizwa Bahloniphe Umfundi Ovelele

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Umkhakha wase-UKZN Kwezokulalisa Imizwa usanda kubongela uNksz Ra’eesa Mohamed Yunus ngokuthola amamaki aphezulu Kwezokulalisa Imizwa Nokunakekelwa Esimweni Esibucayi nangokuwina indondo ye-African Society of Anaesthesiologists [i-SASA] Horace Wells yokuba umfundi ovelele wangowezi-2019 kwezokulalisa imizwa.

UKZN Computer Science Master’s students (from left): Ms Nirvana Pillay, Mr Bradley Pillay, Mr Asad Jeewa and Mr Aidan Pellow-Jarman at the summer school.

Computer Science Students Attend Summer School

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Computer Science masters students from UKZN attended the 10th CHPC Introductory Programming School and the 2nd NITheP Foundations of Theoretical and Computational Science Summer School from 1 to 9 February in Saldanha Bay, Western Cape.