04 August 2017
Volume: 5
Issue: 37
Ms Sanhaviya Sookrajh receives Protea colours.

Student earns Protea Colours

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A UKZN student has earned herself the Protea colours for being a South African Karate Champion.

Seen are some of the highlights from the 38th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) Awards at the Playhouse Theatre.

Durban International Film Festival Announces Award Winners for 2017

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The creme de la creme of South African film were honoured at the 38th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) awards ceremony.

Delegates attend a high-level event at the Thanda Private Game Reserve.

HEARD hosts High-Level Retreat for Universal Health Coverage

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The Health Economics and HIV and AIDS Research Division (HEARD), recently hosted the second in a series of high level retreats on domestic financing and prioritisation of health under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

UMmeli uSolly Boshoff eluleka iklayenti.

I-UKZN Isungule Umkhakha Wamacala Athethwa Mahhala Ukusiza Imiphakathi Entulayo

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Isikhungo Sezifundo Zomthetho Emiphakathini se-Nyuvesi yaKwaZulu Natali kanye Nomtholampilo Wezomthetho Ekhempasini bagubhe usuku iMandela Day lwalo nyaka ngokwakha isikhungo lapho amacala abantulayo ezothethwa khona mahhala (iPro Bono Unit).

Durban Girls’ High School learners (from left), Sange Nomjana, Kayla van Heerden and Caitlin Simons were ready and raring to take on the boys at UKZN’s Engineering Winter School.

Engineering Winter School Educates and Excites’

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About 130 Grade 11 and 12 pupils from UKZN’s top feeder schools descended on Howard College in July for the School of Engineering Winter School held during the school holidays.

Ms Liliana Carrick-Tappeiner gives women issues a fresh perspective.

Classics Paper Raises Conversation About Gender

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The Classics Programme in the School of Religion, Philosophy & Classics recently hosted a thought-provoking colloquium where a UNISA Classics lecturer presented a paper...

Second year Nursing students with their lecturers and grade 7 learners.

Nursing Students Promote Hygiene in Cato Crest

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Maintaining good personal hygiene can help prevent the spread and development of infections. This was one of the main messages imparted by second-year Nursing students to Mayville Primary school pupils during a workshop held recently.

Mr Eric Sunu Doe is the winner of the coveted Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Award.

Student Wins Prestigious Ivan Karp Award

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PhD student in Applied Ethnomusicology, Mr Eric Sunu Doe has won the coveted Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Award under the African Critical Inquiry Programme for 2017.

Dr Julia Ambler at Umduduzi Hospice Care for Children.

UKZN Team involved in Baby Charlie Care

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UKZN’s paediatric palliative care team, under the leadership of Dr Julia Ambler, was involved in discussions around the care of Charlie Gard, an 11-month-old UK baby who was living with a rare condition.

Students during the Knight’s Tour Game.

Academic Adds Fun into Accounting

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Games are the last thing one expects to find in an Accounting class, unless the lecturer is Dr Msizi Mkhize.

Mo Magic delights alumni and fans at UKZN with the art of magic.

Mo’s Magical Journey from Engineer to Entertainer

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After reading for a BSc (Electronic Engineering) degree at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Mahommed Moorad, popularly known as Mo Magic, started out his career as an engineer at Toyota...

UKZN Centre for Socio-Legal Studies hosted a 30-member delegation from Lesotho.

Lesotho Delegation visits UKZN

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A delegation of civic education teachers and administrators from Lesotho visited UKZN’s Centre for Socio-Legal Studies to learn about the Centre’s Democracy for All and Street Law programmes.

Participants at the IMCDA Second Joint Partners Meeting.

IMCDA hosts Second Joint Partners Meeting

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The Improved Masters in Cultivar Development for Africa (IMCDA) programme held its fourth Joint Partners Meeting in Durban from 11-13 July.