02 April 2014
Volume: 2
Issue: 11
From Left: Professor Steve McCourt, Dr Dirk Harney, Professor Albert Modi and Professor Michael Watkeys.

Anglo-American Mining Head Visits UKZN

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Anglo-American Head of Mining Geology Governance, Dr Dirk Harney, visited the Discipline of Geology on the Westville campus recently to determine the quality of teaching and research in the subject at UKZN.


UKZN Graduates Achieve 92% in Accounting Exams

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Aspirant Chartered Accountants from UKZN have once again achieved an outstanding 92% pass rate in the Initial Test of Competence (ITC) Exam.

UKZN Registrar Mr Convy Baloyi.

In Dialogue with the Registrar

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The Registrar’s Office is hosting a series of “In Dialogue” sessions at the various campuses over the next few months aimed at improving service delivery to staff and students.

Asoka Theatre graduates at the Reunion Dinner.

Asoka Theatre Reunion

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More than 50 people attended the Asoka Theatre Reunion held at the COMSA Lounge on the Westville campus.

Ms Sethembiso Mthembu.

Human Rights Day Address on HIV/AIDS

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The Director at HRI (Her Rights Initiative) and HIV/AIDS human rights activist and feminist, Ms Sethembiso Mthembu, delivered the keynote address at a lecture on the Pietermaritzburg campus to commemorate Human Rights Day.

Abafundi bezifundo zezamanzi begubha Iviki Lamanzi Likazwelonke.

Ikilabhu Yezifundo Zamanzi Igubha Iviki Lamanzi Likazwelonke

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Iqembu labafundi abafundela iziqu zeMastazi nezeHonazi emkhakheni Wezifundo Zezamanzi (Hydrology) eSikoleni Sezesayensi YezoLimo...

Ms Phumzile Langeni.

UKZN Alumnus Chair of Mineworkers Investment Company

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UKZN alumnus Ms Phumzile Langeni has been appointed Chair of the Mineworkers Investment Company (MIC).

Co-facilitator and independent Sexuality Educator Ms Rebecca Johns engages with participants at the sexuality education workshop.

HEARD Hosts Sexuality Education for Teachers Workshops

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Learners with disabilities in South Africa are at increased risk of exposure to HIV and sexual violence because they do not receive sexuality education...

Participants at an international colloquium at UKZN on writing and publishing in Francophone Africa.

Writing and Publishing in Francophone Africa

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The French Discipline within the School of Arts recently hosted an international colloquium on the Pietermaritzburg campus on writing and publishing in Francophone Africa.

Dr Nicky Tyler shows Scottsville pupils a sheep while Dr Mariana Ciacciariello (far left) tells them all about the animal.

Ukulinga Hosts Primary Schoolchildren

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Grade 1 pupils from Scottsville Primary School visited UKZN’s Ukulinga Research Farm to see the facilities and be introduced to the various animals on the property.