04 March 2022
Volume: 10
Issue: 5
UKZN alumnus, Dr Mxolisi Xulu.

UKZN Alumnus a Contributing Author in AFREHealth Book

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UKZN Medical alumnus Dr Mxolisi Xulu is a contributing writer in a book titled: Transforming the Medical/Nursing Education Partnership Initiative into the African Forum for Research and Education in Health.

Mr Khumbulani Mngadi.

Concerted Effort Needed to Promote Indigenous Languages in SA

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The 22nd anniversary of the establishment of International Mother Tongue Day was celebrated on 21 February this year with leaders around the world making presentations on various platforms in line with the theme of the occasion: Using Technology for Multilingual Learning: Challenges and Opportunities.

Highlights from the Science-for- the-Future (S4F) programme awards ceremony.

School of Education Extends Partnership with Key Concepts in Science Programme

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The community engagement sector in UKZN’s School of Education has extended its partnership with the Science-for-the-Future (S4F) programme until the end of next year. S4F, a joint South African universities’ project initiated by the University of the Free State, is funded by the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL).

Ms Naledi Nguse, Central President of UKZN’s Golden Key International Honour Society.

Top Achiever Appointed Central President of UKZN’s Golden Key International Honour Society

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Third-year Information Systems and Technology student Ms Naledi Nguse has been appointed the Central President of UKZN’s Golden Key International Honour Society.

Participants in the School of Social Sciences webinar, from left, (top) Dr Cherry Muslim, Mr Che Chetty and Dr Maserole Kgari-Masondo, (centre) the Rev Lauren Matthew, Dr VVO Mkhize and Pastor Mervin Naidoo, and (bottom) Dr Siyanda Kheswa, Professor Mariam Seedat-Khan and Dr Mabuyi Gumede.

UKZN Hosts Webinar on Death and Healing

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Death and healing were the subjects under the spotlight during a webinar hosted by UKZN’s School of Social Sciences.