22 January 2014
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
uNksz Willene Holness.

Isifundiswa sithole umklomelo ophambili engqungqutheleni yezomthetho

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Isifundiswa sezomthetho saseUKZN uNksz Willene Holness uphume phambili waklonyeliswa ngomklomelo onikwa owethule inkulumo ezedlula zonke...

Food Security expert Dr Joyce Chitja (front, second from left) and Professor Albert Modi, Dean and Head of School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (back left), with a delegation from Cornell University in the United States and members of UKZN’s Food Security discipline.

US Students at UKZN for Food Security Research

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UKZN’s School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences has for the third consecutive year hosted students from Cornell University...

Dr Kantharuben Naidoo, UKZN’s Head of Clinical Unit - Family Medicine.

UKZN Academic on Clinical Forensic Medicine Advisory Committee

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UKZN’s Dr Kantharuben Naidoo has been appointed to the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Clinical Forensic Medicine Advisory Committee (CFMSC).

Dr Sandile Kubheka.

UKZN Produces its Youngest Ever Medical Doctor

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Dr Sandile Kubheka recently completed his MBChB degree at the College of Health Sciences at the age of 20, making him the youngest graduate in the College’s history.

Ms Willene Holness

Academic’s Research Wins Top Prize at Law Teachers Conference

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UKZN Law academic Ms Willene Holness won the First Presenters’ Prize at the Society of Law Teachers of Southern Africa Conference hosted by the University of the Witwatersrand.

Researchers Ms Bakhetsile Dlamini and Ms Nolwazi Mthembu in Spain.

Young Researchers Present LED Research in Spain

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Regional and Local Economic Development (LED) researchers, Ms Nolwazi Mthembu and Ms Bakhetsile Dlamini, recently explored and shared their research on South Africa’s local...

(From left) Dr Iona Basdew, Dr Bernice Sivparsad and Dr Sharmane Naidoo.

Plant Pathology Researchers Attend NRF Forum

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Three postdoctoral researchers working in the Discipline of Plant Pathology at UKZN attended the National Research Foundation’s 2013 Postdoctoral Research Forum in Stellenbosch.

Miss Reeya Singh.

School of Health Sciences Top Student

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Bachelor of Pharmacy student, Miss Reeya Singh, completed her degree as the top student at the School of Health Sciences in 2013, scoring five awards out of an available seven...