27 March 2014
Volume: 2
Issue: 10
Ms Ann Strode.

Ground-Breaking Research Highlights Violation of HIV Positive Women’s Rights

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Law academic Ms Ann Strode’s ground-breaking research into the forced or coerced sterilisation of women living with HIV has empowered women to take a stand against this discriminatory practice.

Grade 8 pupils at a speed stacking workshop at Chesterville Secondary School.

Sport Stacking Introduced in Umkhumbane Schools Project

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Sport Stacking has been introduced in the Umkhumbane Schools Project - an educational outreach initiative sponsored by the KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for Tuberculosis and HIV (K-RITH) through a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Ms Venetia Gopaul.

UKZN Student Wins Miss India SA Title

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Third-year optometry student, Ms Venetia Gopaul, has won the Miss India SA International 2014 Pageant.

Grade 12 learners attend Engineering Career Day.

Engineering Career Days

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The School of Engineering recently hosted Grade 12 learners at Engineering Career Days at the UNITE Building on the Howard College campus.

Health Sciences students at the “Girlology” workshop.

Female Empowerment the Main Aim at “Girlology” Workshop

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Student Support Services in the College of Health Sciences at UKZN recently hosted a series of fun and exciting workshops for about 1 200 of its female students...


The UKZN Griot. Of Upgrades and Downgrades

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Yes, I admit it. I’m a luddite. Along with many of my generation, I find the headlong rush into social media bewildering. I am in good company – though I do study and use new media.

Front from left: Mr Deveral Capps; Dean and Head of the School of Law at UKZN Professor Managay Reddi; back: Professor David Mcquoid-Mason and Mr Eben van der Merwe.

UKZN and Northumbria University Sign MoU

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Northumbria University in England and UKZN has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) - the first step towards what is hoped will become a fruitful relationship between the two institutions.

IKUSASA LETHU performs at the Human Rights Day Preview Concert.

IKUSASA LETHU Human Rights Day Preview Concert

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The Music Discipline in the School of Arts recently held a Human Rights Day Preview Concert and workshop at the Howard College Theatre featuring IKUSASA LETHU...

Abameli nabafundisi baseSikoleni seZomthetho.

Isikole sezoMthetho e-UKZN Sibonga Abameli Bamanje Nabakudala Basekliniki Yezomthetho

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Isikole SezoMthetho sihloniphe iqhaza elibalulekile elibanjwe abameli abasathwasa ekuqinisekiseni ukuthi Ikliniki YezoMthetho yase-UKZN ihlinzeka imiphakathi entulayo ngosizo lwezomthetho.

Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Mr Ebrahim Ebrahim.

Efforts to Return to International Fold Dominate SA’s Foreign Policy Since 1994

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South Africa’s primary foreign policy priority since 1994 had been to accelerate the country’s reintegration into the international community, according to Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Mr Ebrahim Ebrahim.