17 April 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 12
Mr Bulelani Msawakhe Mazibuko.

UKZN boasts Youngest Graduate at 19 Years Old

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Mr Bulelani Msawakhe Mazibuko’s heart pounded with anticipation and his eyes gleamed with excitement when he stepped onto the stage at the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Graduation ceremony

Dr Phephani Gumbi graduates with his PhD in African Languages.

UKZN Staffer Writes Research in isiZulu, Graduates with PhD in African Languages

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University of KwaZulu-Natal Education lecturer Dr Phephani Gumbi, graduated with a PhD in African languages.

Mr Phila Msimang (right) with Professor David Spurrett.

Masters Cum Laude Graduate Investigates Theories of Race in Research

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Stellenbosch University lecturer, Mr Phila Msimang, graduated cum laude with his Master of Arts (Philosophy) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. ‘It feels great to have achieved this milestone. It makes me want to write another thesis,’ he said.

Dr Siyanda Dlamini graduates with his PhD in Criminology and Forensic Studies.

Community Police Forums and Crime, Central Focus for PhD Research by UKZN Staffer

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University of KwaZulu-Natal Criminology lecturer, Dr Siyanda Dlamini, graduated with a PhD in Criminology and Forensic Studies for his research into crime and community policing, focusing on community police forums.

Dr Loraine Prinsloo graduated with her PhD in Arts.

PhD Graduate looks at Motivation to Learn Afrikaans as Second Language in Study

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University of KwaZulu-Natal lecturer, Dr Loraine Prinsloo, graduated with a PhD in Arts for her research that looked at the motivation to learn Afrikaans and the willingness to speak Afrikaans by Afrikaans second language pre-service teaching students.

Ms Mbali Jiyane graduated with her Master of Arts (Linguistics).

Masters Graduate Investigates Children’s Narrative Skills in Research

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Mother of three, Ms Mbali Jiyane, graduated with a Master of Arts in Linguistics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal for her research that analysed narrations produced by isiZulu speaking children from KwaZulu-Natal using the Narrative Scoring Schema (NSS).

Mrs Vinotha Moodley graduated with her Honours degree in Psychology.

UKZN Staffer Celebrates Success of Honours Degree in Psychology

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College of Humanities Student Support Services staffer Mrs Vinotha Moodley was ecstatic when she graduated with Honours in Psychology at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Masters in Populations Studies graduate Ms Bontle Segobe.

Masters Graduate Tackles Whoonga and Risky Sexual Behaviour in Research

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University of KwaZulu-Natal master’s graduate, Ms Bontle Segobe, delved into the drug, whoonga, and the risky sexual behaviour associated with it.

Mr Sanele Gamede and his wife Phetsile graduated from UKZN.

Husband and Wife Duo Graduate from UKZN

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Husband and wife, Sanele and Phetsile Gamede graduated with degrees in Social Sciences at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Mrs Noloyiso Walingo graduates cum laude with her Masters in Development Studies.

Hard Work Pays Off for Masters Cum Laude Graduate

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The fruit of one’s labour evidently reveal the wonders of hard work. That was especially so for Mrs Noloyiso Walingo who graduated cum laude with a Master’s in Development Studies, specialising in Environmental Management.

Mr Siyanda Sikobi with his grandmother MaMlondo.

Defeating the Odds to Graduate with Honours Cum Laude

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Umlazi-born Mr Siyanda Sikobi beamed with pride and joy when he graduated with an Honours degree cum laude in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Mr Sandile Madlala graduates with his Bachelor of Arts Honours degree cum laude.

Maskandi Subculture forms Part of Honours Graduate Research

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Mr Sandile Madlala graduated with a Bachelor of Arts honours degree cum laude for his research into Maskandi as a subcultural phenomenon in South Africa and its participants “communication” practices.

Dr Nontobeko Buthelezi graduates with her PhD in Psychology.

PhD Graduate Looks at an Afrocentric Paradigm for Understanding Student Success at UKZN

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University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) staffer Dr Nontobeko Buthelezi graduated with a PhD in Psychology for her research into the Afrocentric paradigm in understanding student success at the Institution’s College of Humanities.

Dr Henry Gumede graduated with his PhD in Arts.

PhD Graduate Analyses Feminist Discourse in Four Selected Zulu Literary Texts Beyond “Woman As A Victim”

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University of KwaZulu-Natal lecturer, Dr Henry Gumede, graduated with a PhD in Arts for his research that analysed feminist discourse in four selected Zulu literary texts: “Beyond Woman As A Victim”.

Celebrity fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane graduated with her Bachelors degree in Housing and Town Planning.

Fitness Trainer Sbahle Mpisane Graduates from UKZN

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Celebrity fitness trainer  Sbahle Mpisane, also known as the FitnessBunnie, graduated with a Bachelors degree in Housing and Town Planning at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).

Ms Sihawukelwe Luthuli and her sister Mpumelelo graduate with their postgraduate degrees from UKZN.

Sisters Graduate with Postgraduate Degrees from UKZN

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It was double celebration for sisters Sihawukelwe and Mpumelelo Luthuli who graduated with their postgraduate degrees at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Sihawukelwe was awarded her Masters in Development Studies while Mpumelelo achieved her Bachelor of Science Honours in Geography and Environmental Management.

Centre for Civil Society, Development Studies graduates.

UKZN Centre for Civil Society, Development Studies Students Graduate with Postgraduate Degrees

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The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Civil Society celebrated the success of seven students who graduated with postgraduate degrees from the Discipline of Development Studies.