11 October 2017
Volume: 5
Issue: 55
USolwazi Timothy Fasheun, uDkt Ntokozo Makoba nabafundi beziqu zeMastazi abebebambe iqhaza esifundweni Soguquko Oluqhubekayo.

Ukuguquka Kwesimo Sezulu Nomthelela Okunakho Kwezemvelo

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Ukuguquka kwesimo sezulu nomthelela wesisi esinekhabhoni emkhathini womhlaba bekungezinye zezihloko ezidingidiwe esifundweni esethulwe uDkt Ntokozo Makoba kwezokuPhathwa kwezoMphakathi njengengxenye yezentuthuko eqhubekayo ebesiseKhempasini i-Westville.

Delegates at the Special Collections Conference at UKZN’s Howard College campus.

UKZN Conference Looks at Archiving South Africa’s Rich History

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A motley crew of archivists, museum curators, librarians, university staff and those with a penchant for preserving collections descended on UKZN’s Howard College campus for the inaugural Special Collections Preservation and Conservation Conference.

Dr Joseph Rudigi Rukema (front row, centre) with delegates at the Conference.

UKZN Academic Chairs Regional Peace Conference in DRC

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Dr Joseph Rudigi Rukema, a senior lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at the University of KwaZulu-Natal co-organised and chaired a second annual regional conference on peace building held in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Held under the theme: Community dialogue as a tool for sustainable peace, this was the second conference of its kind co-organised and chaired by Rukema.

Umjikelezo We-Science team members at King Shaka International Airport during their Roadshow.

Umjikelezo We-Science Roadshow Promotes Science in Rural KZN

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The Umjikelezo We-Science collaboration recently held a roadshow in the Hammarsdale, Tongaat and Umbumbulu areas to further its mission of taking Science to rural Kwazulu-Natal.

UKZN lecturer Mr Sibusiso “Mash” Mashiloane.

Jazz Lecturer Performs Busking Session at The Workshop

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The 2017 Mzantsi Jazz Award winner and UKZN lecturer Mr Sibusiso “Mash” Mashiloane recently performed live at The Workshop, Durban.

Front from left: Mr Mlondi Shezi, Ms Bernice Bancole, Ms Heather Tredgold, Ms Bhavna Nunthkumar and Mr Truly Mjelo. Back from left: Mr Matthew van Wyngaard, Mr James Mathews, Mr Isaac Shayanowako and Mr Kevalan Moodley.

Team UKZN-PMB Score High at The 10th Annual AB Inbev Intervarsity Brewing Challenge

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The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Pietermaritzburg campus is raising a glass of golden liquor to it’s 2017 Brewing Team. The team entered prize-winning brews in this year’s AB InBev Intervarsity Brewing Competition.

The UKZN 11th Annual Higher Education Conference brought together academics, researchers and policymakers to Durban’s Southern Sun Elangeni and Maharani Hotel.

Challenges Facing Higher Education Explored at Conference

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UKZN recently hosted a successful 11th Annual Higher Education Conference. The conference, held at Durban’s Southern Sun Elangeni and Maharani Hotel, attracted local and international delegates and keynote speakers.

The 21st edition of the Poetry Africa International Festival kicks off on 16 October.

UKZN to host 21st Poetry Africa International Festival

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The Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities will once again transform Durban into a platform to share and celebrate cultural reflections and discourses through hosting the 21st edition of the Poetry Africa International Festival.

Research Day highlights.

Producing Quality Research a Priority for College of Law and Management Studies

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More than 80 researchers presented papers at this year’s annual Research Day held under the theme: Creating Knowledge through Quality Research.

UKZN’s Professor Kevin Kirkman and NDSU graduate student Jonathan Spiess discussing dust impacts in a wheat field in the Bakken.

UKZN-North Dakota Academics Survey South African Opinions on Fracking

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Devan McGranahan, Assistant Professor of Range Science at North Dakota State University (NDSU) recently visited KwaZulu-Natal and convened focus groups with community members, landowners, interested parties, environmental activists, tourism bodies and community leaders to survey opinions on fracking. The survey is open to anyone with opinions on fracking in South Africa.

Lives changed and geared for success.

Life After Graduation – the New Frontier Awaits

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Masters student, Mr Sanele Gamede together with the College of Humanities at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) Howard College hosted a compelling 1st Annual Life after Graduation seminar on 27 September.

Hon Godwin Adama (fourth right) and Ms Reshina Umra (fifth right) and Dr Yemisi Oyegbile (second right) with students and guests.

UKZN Nigerian Students Mark the Anniversary of Nigeria’s Independence

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The Association of Nigerian Students UKZN (ANSU) recently hosted the first of its annual Independence Day Symposium in commemoration of Nigeria’s Independence.