05 July 2017
Volume: 5
Issue: 33
UMnu Phila Msimang noMeluleki wakhe uSolwazi David Spurrett.

Umfundi weziqu zobuNzululwazi uhlomule ngendondo i-Canon Collins “Scholar of Scholars” yonyaka wezi-2017

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Umfundi wase-UKZN owenza iziqu zeMastazi ezifundweni zobuNzululwazi uMnu Phila Mfundo Msimang  umenyezelwe njengohlomule ngendondo i- Canon Collins ‘Scholar of Scholars’ yonyaka wezi-2017.

Mr Kusasalethu Sithole officially launching the ISMP at the IAIAsa National Conference.

Masters Candidate Establishes Integrated Environmental Management Student Mentorship Programme

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A Masters candidate in the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SAEES) has established a student mentorship programme aimed at assisting Environmental Science graduates.

Professor Moses Chimbari.

Chimbari to Serve on Tackling Infections to Benefit Africa (TIBA) Project

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UKZN College of Health Sciences’ Dean of Research, Professor Moses Chimbari has been appointed as a co-deputy director of the Tackling Infections to Benefit Africa (TIBA) project, a £7million high impact and stakeholder-driven project.

Professor Mahmoud Soliman.

Common Painkillers may Raise Risk of Heart Attack

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Biochemistry expert and UKZN academic Professor Mahmoud Soliman has called for more awareness on the benefits and risks of self-medication.

Raising awareness about albinism and skin care.

Albinism Should Not be a Limiting Factor

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The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s (UKZN) Department of Dermatology recently partook in an outreach initiative to raise awareness about albinism and skin care.

Chemical Engineering proved the winning team at the annual Engineering Sports Day.

UKZN’s School of Engineering Gets Sporty!

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It was a day of fun and games at the 2017 School of Engineering Sports Day, held at the Gate 10 Sports Grounds on 15 June.

Professor Onisimo Mutanga and Dr John Odindi.

UKZN Academics Recognised as Top African Researchers

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Professor Onisimo Mutanga, Acting Dean and Head of the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SAEES) and Dr John Odindi, senior lecturer in Geography, were recognised as being among the best scientific contributors in Africa in a publication launched at a celebration of Africa Day, by the Minister of Science and Technology Naledi Pandor in Freedom Park in Pretoria.

UKZN experts in the Psychiatry and Dermatology fields share skills to fight psychocutaneous disorders.

Interdisciplinary Partnerships - Fighting Psychocutanoues Disorders

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Experts from Psychiatry and Dermatology converged to put their heads together on how to help patients who suffer from psychocutaneous disorders at a recent Symposium hosted by the College of Health Sciences.

The main cast leads of Westside Story at this year’s UKZN/Southern Methodist University collaboration.

UKZN and South Methodist University Present Musical, Westside Story

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UKZN’s Opera Studio and Choral Academy (OSCA) together with Southern Methodist University (SMU), Texas, USA recently presented Westside Storyat UKZN’s Jubilee Hall.

Dutch Ambassador, HE Marisa Gerards, (2nd from top right) with participants of #cocreatemycity.

Kingdom of the Netherlands Fosters Multi-Party Collaboration with UKZN, DUT, TU Delft, Erasmus University and eThekwini Municipality

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Innovation, entrepreneurship and skills are key drivers of social and economic advancement in the 21st century.

Dr Brian Majola (middle) with JU Academic staff, Dr Patrycja Siemiginowska (left) and Dr Krystyna Golonka.

CLMS Academic Participates in the Erasmus+ Mobility Programme in Poland

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School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academic, Dr Brian Kwazi Majola had the opportunity to participate in the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility programme, the first ever student and staff exchange programme born out of the collaboration between UKZN and the Jagiellonian University (JU) in Poland.

Enactus UKZN team representatives at the MTN and Barloworld competitions in Johannesburg.

The Come Back Begins!!

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Enactus UKZN is ready to make a comeback and in a big way. The group has undergone a massive makeover with about 90% of its members being new to the team.

Optometry team with Team Attitude facilitators.

Optometry Staff out in the Cold

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In a bid to improve efficiency and communication, Optometry staff at the School of Health Sciences braved the cold weather and participated in interactive fun outdoor team building activities at Emoyeni Lodge in Camperdown.