23 June 2016
Volume: 4
Issue: 28
The main cast leads of Oklahoma! at this year’s UKZN/Southern Methodist University collaboration.

Broadway Musical Oklahoma! on Stage at UKZN

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Six young artists from the Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas in the United States will work with 37 talented UKZN singers and dancers to present four performances of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! at UKZN’s Opera Studio and Choral Academy (OSCA).

Inset Left: IFP leader Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Mr Colwyn Thomas and Mr Tristan Dickerson. Inset right: The imitation leopard skin on show at the documentary premiere.

IFP Leader attends Premiere of Documentary at Film Festival

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Inkatha Freedom Party leader Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi attended the premiere at the Durban Film Festival (DIFF) of the documentary To Skin a Cat in which he features.

FLATFOOT DANCE COMPANY performs: days like these.

UKZN Dance Lecturer Invited to 2016 National Arts Festival

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UKZN’s Dance Lecturer in the Drama and Performance Studies Programme in the School of ArtsMs Lliane Loots, was awarded one of only four Grahamstown National Arts Festival (NAF) dance-related grants to present her choreographic work at the 2016 Festival.

Dr Mabutho Sibanda (first left) and Dr Suren Pillay (third left) with academics from the University of Auvergne.

Leading French University Explores Collaboration with UKZN

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Insights and collaboration in the development of the Accounting field were shared at a recent meeting between academics of the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance and their colleagues from the University of Auvergne in France.

UKZN hosted delegates from Mangosuthu University of Technology, Varsity College and University of Zululand at the KZN Regional Workshop recently.

MACE Regional Workshop at UKZN

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The changing landscape of Higher Education (HE) and its implications for stakeholders was the subject of a presentation delivered by the CEO of UKZN’s Extended Learning Division, Mr Simon Tankard, at MACE’s regional workshop.

Abafundi bonyaka wesibili besemkhankasweni wasePhoyinti.

Abafundi Bezobuhlengikazi Bagqugquzela Ezempilo Kwabangenamakhaya

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Abafundi ebenza unyaka wesibili weziqu zobuHlengikazi e-UKZN bethule umdlalo weshashalazi ohambisana nohlelo olubaxhumanisa nabantu abangenamakhaya abahlala ePhoyinti eThekwini, lapho bebegcizelela ukubaluleka kwenhlanzeko yomuntu nobungozi bocansi olungavikelekile nokusetshenziswa kwezidakamizwa.

Ms Priyanka Naidoo.

Law Graduate Awarded Emma Smith Scholarship

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Master of Laws student Ms Priyanka Naidoo has been awarded the Emma Smith Overseas Scholarship which she will use to pursue a master’s degree at either Harvard University in the United States or at the University of Cambridge in England.

Miss Earth South Africa hopeful, Engineering graduate Ms Mireesha Narsai (centre) with youngsters at the Ingani Yami Children’s Village.

Engineering Master’s Student Aims for Miss Earth South Africa Title

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UKZN Civil Engineering graduate Ms Mireesha Narsai is taking part in the Miss Earth South Africa Pageant 2016 - a leadership programme that encourages young women to make a difference in their communities with entrants judged on activities they have completed to make a change. 

UKZN representatives with KwaZulu-Natal North Coast-based alumni.

Alumni Lunch at Richards Bay

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UKZN alumni on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast re-connected with their alma mater and fellow past students at a lunch at the Protea Hotel Waterfront in Richards Bay recently.

Mr Sombe Joel Yondo performing during International Culture Community (ICC) talks.

Campus Talks Provide Information on Cultures of Other Countries

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UKZN students from Russia, Somalia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo each gave presentations on their countries during International Culture Community (ICC) talks on the Westville campus.