28 April 2022
Volume: 10
Issue: 13
UKZN has been placed 484 out of 19 788 universities worldwide by the Center for World University Rankings.

UKZN Ranks in the Top 2.5% Universities Worldwide

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UKZN has been ranked in the top 2.5% universities worldwide. This is according to the 2022-23 edition of the Global 2000 list by the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) published on 25 April.

Professor Saul Cobbing with his wife Mandy.

Flying the UKZN Flag High

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Associate Professor in the Discipline of Physiotherapy, Saul Cobbing is spending his sabbatical as a Visiting Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto (UofT) in Canada.

Employee Wellness Programme icons.

Webinar to Launch We Care Wellness Programme

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UKZN staff need care and support to cope with the disruptive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and related societal challenges.

UKZN alumnus and runner-up at the Two Oceans Marathon, Mr Nkosikhona Mhlakwana.

Two Oceans Marathon Runner-Up Makes UKZN Proud

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Bachelor of Education Honours graduate in Leadership, Management and Policy, Mr Nkosikhona “Pitbull” Mhlakwana seems to be winning on all fronts, having come in at second place in the Total Sports Two Oceans Marathon on 17 April 2022 in Cape Town.

Ms Claire Dongo’s posthumous works on display at the Centre for Visual Art in Pietermaritzburg.

School of Arts Pays Homage to Lecturer with Posthumous Exhibition

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The School of Arts (Digital Arts) paid tribute to lecturer Ms Claire Dongo by hosting a posthumous exhibition of her PhD creative work in her honour.

From left: Professor Steven Friedman, Professor Bheki Mngomezulu, Dr Marshall Maposa, Dr Noluthando Phungula and Professor Suriamurthee Maistry.

Critical Perspectives on the Crisis in Ukraine Explored in Webinar

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The College of Humanities and the School of Education hosted a webinar on Critical Perspectives on the Crisis in Ukraine that featured Professor Steven Friedman (University of Johannesburg), Professor Bheki Mngomezulu (University of the Western Cape), Dr Marshall Maposa (UKZN), and Dr Noluthando Phungula (UKZN), and was facilitated by Professor Suriamurthee Maistry (UKZN).