05 May 2023
Volume: 11
Issue: 15
Ms Charlene Donald received a Master of Theology cum laude.

Impact of Religion on Queer Identity Construction, Expression and Negotiation

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The impact of religion on queer identity construction, expression and negotiation in Cape Town was researched by Ms Charlene Donald who graduated cum laude with a Master of Theology (Gender and Religion) degree.

Mr Ntokozo Vundla graduated with a Master’s in Social Sciences.

Research into COVID-19 Restrictions on Burial Rites and Religious/Cultural Schemes

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What was the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on burial rites, and religious and cultural schemas of South African indigenous societies in the eMacambini community in KwaZulu-Natal?

Ms Andile Moyo received a Master’s in Social Sciences.

Black SA Women in Predominantly White Workspaces: How do they Manage?

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Black South African women’s negotiation of their racial and gender identities in predominantly White workspaces were investigated by UKZN staff member, Ms Andile Moyo for her Master’s in Social Sciences (Educational Psychology).

Dr Patricia Bongi Zengele graduated with a PhD in Theology.

A Closer Look on Lived Theologies of HIV/AIDS Support Groups in KZN

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The experiences of people living with HIV and AIDS were studied by UKZN Social Work lecturer, Dr Patricia Zengele for her PhD in Theology (Ministerial Studies).

Summa cum laude honours graduate, Ms Bhavna Pather.

Digital Installation Artwork Analysed for Degree

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Digital installation artwork, Graffiti Nature - Mountains and Valleys, completed by teamLab in 2016, was the subject of honours research.

Ms Thokomele Banele Zulu, whose study found a link between rape and patriarchal culture.

Rape Under Philosophy Microscope in Master’s Degree Study

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Rape was the subject of research by Ms Thokomele Banele Zulu who graduated with a Master of Arts in Philosophy degree.