30 October 2013
Volume: 1
Issue: 9
Dr Brett Van Niekerk.

UKZN Academics Form Part of New Global Cyber Security Group

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School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academics Dr Brett van Niekerk, Professor Manoj Maharaj and PhD student Ms Trishana Ramluckan are part of a new Information Processing (IFIP) working group...

Dr Killie Campbell’s relatives with Senior Musiologist at Killie Campbell, Mr Vusi Buthelezi (third from right).

Jeff Guy Launches New Book at Ceremony Remembering Killie Campbell

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The Campbell Collections commemorated the life and work of its founder Dr Killie Campbell in September by co-hosting the launch of a new book by historian and UKZN Emeritus Professor Jeff Guy...

Dr Tanusha Raniga (right) receives the Association for South African Social Work Education Institution (ASASWEI) Young Up-and-Coming Academic Award presented by UKZN’s Professor Vishanthie Sewpaul.

Social Work Lecturer Recognised as “Up-and-Coming” Academic

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Dr Tanusha Raniga of the School of Applied Human Sciences has been recognised as an up-and-coming academic by the Association for South African Social Work Education Institutions.

Students enjoy creating objects as part of an art therapy workshop.

Discovering Potential Through Art Therapy

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The College of Humanities Student Support Services (CoH SSS) recently teamed up with the Disability Unit to conduct a workshop on “Reaching Your Potential” for students with disabilities.

Radio and TV personality Ms Zanele Mbokazi is seen motivating Social Work students from UKZN.

Zanele Mbokazi Urges Social Work Students to Follow their Dreams

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Radio and TV personality Ms Zanele Mbokazi encouraged Social Work students from UKZN’s College of Humanities to follow their dreams and pursue success - at a recent event organised by the leadership of...

From left to right: Professor Brian McArthur, Ms Vanessa Tang and Professor Kriben Pillay.

October Teaching and Learning Forums in the College of Law and Management Studies

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Responding to the College of Law and Management's strategic goal to increase the number of PhDs among staff and promote excellence in teaching and learning...


The UKZN Griot - of Cartoons and Censorship

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Word has reached the College of Humanities that some of our colleagues in the hard sciences are concerned about some of the fluffy thesis titles that are emanating from our part of the academic world.

Some of the international students at UKZN’s Annual Cultural Day.

Cultural Day Exposes Students to Rich Campus Diversity

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In a bid to foster a multicultural environment and showcase the different countries from which UKZN’s international students are drawn, the Corporate Relations’ International Office recently hosted an annual Cultural Day...

Abafundi abebehambele usuku lokukhangisa ngemisebenzi okwenziwe iKolishini lakwaHumanities.

Ukukhangisa ngemisebenzi emikhakheni yakwaHumanities

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Ngenhloso yokukhangisa ngamathuba emisebenzi emukhakheni wakwaHumanities, iKolishi lakwaHumanities e-UKZN libambe usuku lokukhangisa...

The winners of the current affairs quiz celebrating their victory.

Students Showcase Current Affairs Knowledge and Writing Skills

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The Teaching and Learning Unit of the College of Law and Management Studies recently held its first Annual Current Affairs Quiz and Write Right competition Awards Ceremony.

Mr Sivashan Chetty.

UKZN Student Recognised at SA Operations Research Conference

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UKZN Computer Science Masters student Mr Sivashan Chetty was named runner-up for the prestigious Theodor Stewart Medal at this year’s Operations Research Society of South Africa (ORSSA) Student Competition.

BOLD Student Executive, (from left) Ms Serisha Naipaal; Mr Thulani Mtshali; Mr Nishijima Shota (Embassy of Japan); Ms Precious Muthevhuli; Mr Nduduzo Langa; Ms Nontando Mbatha; Maletsoko Masha.

“BOLD Global” Introduces Japan

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The adage, “Think global; act local”, received a boost recently when the Business Organisational & Leadership Development (BOLD) initiative launched its first “BOLD Global” Seminar with a presentation by...

The Grade 12 learners who took part in the Golden Knight Tournament along with members of CDA (UKZNP).

Maths Tutoring Project Hosts Year-End Tournament

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Learners writing their matric maths exam this year were given a chance to test their readiness at the Annual Golden Knight Tournament held recently on the Pietermaritzburg campus.