Controls Necessary at Europe’s Borders – German Finance Minister
There is a need to control borders in Europe and distribute refugees fairly, says Germany’s Minister of Finance, Dr Wolfgang Schäuble.
Honours students from the Discipline of Criminology recently presented their research in the Howard College Theatre with topics ranging from developing a treatment programme for juvenile boys based on the psychological theories on juvenile delinquency, to women and crime and using conflict criminology to critically discuss whether student protests in South Africa are justified.
Masters candidate in Agrometeorology in the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SAEES) Mr Adesegun Quam Popoola is one of 10 young professionals in South Africa selected as a recipient of a 2016/17 GreenMatter Fellowship Award.
The Colleges of Medicine of South Africa (CMSA) has named two of its function rooms at its building in Durban after two UKZN academics who are stalwarts in the field of Medicine and have played a major role in the growth of the CMSA in KwaZulu-Natal.
UKZN’s Family Medicine Specialist, Dr Mergan Naidoo, has invited UKZN Nursing and Medical students to apply for a funded foreign student exchange academic experience through the Global Educational Exchange in Medicine and the Health Profession (GEMx) Project.
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Abafundi ababili baseKolishi Lezifundo ZoMthetho Nezokuphatha e-UKZN oNkz Shamila Mpinga benoNkz Simone Gray, baphumelele ngamalengiso baphinde baklomeliswa ngomfundaze i-Mandela Rhodes Scholarship.
“Understanding Black Students’ Access to and Success in South African Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)” was the topic of a seminar hosted at UKZN by the Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity (ccrri).
Academic Leader in the Discipline of Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Sciences (BELS), Dr Rowena Naidoo, and lecturer, Mr Joe Xaba, were victorious in the fun three-legged race held during the Discipline’s swimming gala on the Westville campus.