31 March 2016
Volume: 4
Issue: 8
Professor Marita Carnelley (left) and Ms Sheetal Soni.

Research by UKZN Law Academics Cited in High Court Judgement

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A paper by School of Law academic, Ms Sheetal Soni, and College of Law and Management Studies Dean of Research, Professor Marita Carnelley, has been cited in a High Court judgement in the case of AB & the Surrogacy Advisory Group vs the Minister of Social Development and the Centre for Child Law as Amicus Curiae.

UKZN’s Thea van der Westhuizen and her team after their big win at the national lifesaving championships.

UKZN Academic Wins Seven Medals at National Lifesaving Championships

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School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academic, Ms Thea van der Westhuizen, won four gold, two silver and a bronze medal as a member of the Suncoast Pirates Surf Lifesaving Club at the 2016 LSA Surf National Championships in Port Elizabeth.

EMpumuza’s Inkosi Nsikayezwe Zondi listening to presentations at the workshop.

UKZN Academics help Strengthen Traditional Leadership in Umgungundlovu District

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A research interest in dispute resolution led to Discipline of Public Governance academic, Ms Ntokozo Makoba, partnering with fellow academics, Mr Sakhile Zondi and Mr Nkosinathi Nkwanyana, to facilitate a Conflict Resolution at Local Government Workshop for Traditional Councils (TC) in KwaZulu-Natal’s Umgungundlovu District.


The UKZN Griot. Of Externalling and Surviving

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The stories I could tell! The stories I could sell. Here are a few.

.uDkt Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan (kwesokudla) namalungu ekomidi elilawulayo le-Community of Practice, oSolwazi noSolwazi Claudia Mitchell.

Isifundiswa sase-UKZN sethule inkulumo emhlanganweni wezokufundisa nge-HIV/AIDS obubanjelwe e-Port Elizabeth

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Ongumfundisi omkhulu eSikoleni SezeMfundo, uDkt Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan, ubeyisikhulumi sosuku  emhlanganweni i-7th Annual HIV and AIDS Education Community of Practice (CoP) obubanjelwe eNyuvesi i-Nelson Mandela Metropolitan e-Port Elizabeth.

UKZN’s Professor Maheshvari Naidu with a fellow delegate.

Anthropology Academic Hosted in Seychelles

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Professor Maheshvari Naidu, Associate Professor in Anthropology in the School of Social Sciences, was recently hosted by the Secretariat in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Community Development in Seychelles.