28 July 2022
Volume: 10
Issue: 33
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Teenage Pregnancies in SA - A Social, Economic and Healthcare Crisis

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Recently, the Department of Social Development, other government departments and civil society organisations hosted the annual Child Protection Week.

Participants at the Decoloniality Winter School.

UKZN Hosts Decoloniality Winter School

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The College of Humanities in collaboration with Unisa’s Institute for Social and Health Sciences and the Blackhouse Kollective (Soweto) hosted the 2022 Decoloniality Winter School under the theme: Communities of Knowledge and Praxis: Decolonial Resistance and Movements.

The CIDERU team outdoors at their Project Transition Retreat last month.

UKZN’s Cancer and Infectious Diseases Epidemiology Research Unit Holds Retreat

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UKZN’s Cancer and Infectious Diseases Epidemiology Research Unit (CIDERU) held a four-day Project Transition Retreat in the Drakensberg led by Professor Themba Ginindza.

Bokamoso Edu Centre hosted winter school initiative for matriculants.

UKZN Students Host Winter School for Matric Students

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Bokamoso Edu Centre, a club and society formed by UKZN students, hosted a winter school programme for 2022 matric students as part of its teaching programme aimed at uplifting the skills of learners.

Professor Oluwatosin Mewomo.

Inaugural Lecture Details Innovative Mathematical Solutions

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Professor of Mathematics Oluwatosin Mewomo presented his inaugural lecture on the developing focus of his academic career, which had its beginnings in the realm of notions of amenability in Banach algebras and progressed to fixed point theory.

From left, top: Professor Federico Settler, Mr Ayanda Mahlaba, Professor George Dei and Dr Janet Muthuki; (bottom) Ms Janice Ndegwa, Professor Jess Auerbach, Dr Maserole Kgari-Masondo and Professor Shalini Aggarwal.

School of Social Sciences hosts Curriculum Transformation Indaba

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The School of Social Sciences hosted a virtual Indaba that focused on the curriculum transformation project underpinned by decolonisation, Africanisation, and indigenisation.

UKZN alumni and staff members at various lunch gatherings.

UKZN Alumni Lunch “Get-togethers” a Hit in KZN!

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UKZN’s series of alumni lunch “get-togethers”, which are proving incredibly successful and popular, will continue in the eThekwini area and spread to the KwaZulu-Natal coastal districts, the Midlands as well as to other regions in South Africa in the coming months.