19 April 2016
Volume: 4
Issue: 18
Ms Noluthando Cibane enjoying her special moment.

Sky is the Limit for Teenage Graduate

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At the age of 19 most people are at the beginning of their academic journey, but this is not so for Ms Noluthando Cibane who recently graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree.

UKZN graduate Ms Tatenda Mushanguri (right) with her sister, Ms Lina Mushanguri.

Access of Refugee Women to Maternal Health Care Services Explored in Research

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As one of the countries in Africa with the highest influx of asylum-seekers, refugee women in South Africa often face challenges in accessing maternal health care services.

PhDs for husband and wife team Drs Ethel and Isaac Abel.

PhDs for Husband and Wife

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There was a joyous family celebration when PhDs were conferred upon a husband and wife team Isaac and Ethel Abe.

Ms Ashika Govender was awarded a Master of Commerce degree.

Masters Study by Bollywood Dancer Investigates Unemployment and Economic Growth in SA

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Classical Indian dance choreographer and aspirant research economist Ms Ashika Govender received a Master of Commerce degree during UKZN’s Graduation ceremonies.

Mr Julian Vorster.

Summa Cum Laude Graduate Gearing up for a Future in Chartered Accountancy

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Bachelor of Commerce Summa Cum laude graduate, Mr Julian Vorster, says this qualification puts him one step closer to attaining his goal of becoming a Chartered Accountant.

Dr Prenisha Sugudhav-Sewpersad celebrating her achievement with her supervisor Professor John Mubangizi and her husband and daughter.

PhD Study Contributes to the Fight Against Corruption in SA

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Corruption plagues many public sector departments resulting in the slow pace of service delivery to the detriment of vulnerable and marginalised citizens in South Africa.

Dr Thea van der Westhuizen with her parents Professors Philip (l) and Betsie (r) van der Westhuizen and her supervisor Professor Kriben Pillay.

Entrepreneurship in the DNA of PhD Graduate!

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Entrepreneurship is surely in the DNA of Dr Thea van der Westhuizen, who was awarded a PhD in Leadership Studies based on a thesis titled: “Developing Individual Entrepreneurial Orientation: A Systemic Approach Through the Lens of Theory U”.

Dr Johleen Mouton with her supervisor Dr Mogie Subban.

PhD Study Examines Open Distance Learning

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“Learner Support in Open Distance Learning at Unisa, KwaZulu-Natal: A Developmental State Perspective”, was the title of a thesis which earned Unisa’s Regional Academic Co-ordinator, Dr Johleen Mouton, her doctorate in Public Administration.

Ms Meleshni Reddy.

LLM Graduate Opts for Career in Commercial Banking

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LLM degree graduate Ms Meleshni Reddy has chosen a career in the boardroom rather than in the courtroom.

Ms Xolile Mpumela.

Masters Study Assesses Appropriateness of Funding Model for Local Government

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Ms Xolile Mpumela’s research titled: “Equitable Share Formula and Fiscal Capacity in Municipalities with Particular Reference to the Msunduzi Municipality”, resulted in her being awarded a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree.

Masters graduates, Mr Hilary Mugoto, Ms Lorraine Rupande and Mr Kudawashe Chipunza.

Master of Commerce Graduate Trio Bond and come up Trumps!

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Academic brotherhood got a master’s degree trio over rocky roads and on to the highway to academic success.

Dr Abel Dzuke.

Improving Zimbabwe’s Public Procurement - Priority for Harare by PhD Graduate

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Challenges of poor service delivery coupled with severe economic hardships facing public procurement in his home country of Zimbabwe motivated doctoral graduate, Dr Abel Dzuke to choose this area as his research interest.