14 February 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 3
Umfundisi Nhlakanipho Dlamini, egqoke isikibha sikaMandela, uthwetshulwe lapha ngosuku lwakhe lokuqala eNyuvesi yase-Denver lapha ubuka i-Brooklyn Bridge e-New York.

INyuvesi Yase-Denver Yamukele Umfundi Wase-UKZN

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Umfundisi Nhlakanipho Dlamini, ongumfundi owenza unyaka wesithathu weziqu ze-Bachelor of Social Science lapho egxile kwezoMthetho kanye nezoMlando, ubengumfundi ovakashile eNyuvesi yase-Denver e-Colorado eMelika ngonyaka odlule.

Highlights from the Accounting Postgraduate Orientation 2018.

School of Accounting Economics and Finance Hosts Orientation for its Accounting Postgraduate Students

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“Find out what it takes to be successful in your final year”, was the offer made by the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance (SAEF) at its annual Accounting Postgraduate Orientation on the Westville and Pietermaritzburg campuses.

Professor Purshottama Reddy with Mrs Helen Clarke, Administrator of the UNDP, CLGF Patron and former Prime Minister of New Zealand.

UKZN Academic Addresses Local Governance Forum in Malta

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Professor Purshottama S Reddy of the School of Management, IT and Governance addressed the 2017 annual Commonwealth Local Governance Forum (CLGF) Conference and Research Colloquium in Valletta, Malta.

Participants and ACCI staff at the Demand-Led Plant Breeding Workshop.

Training Workshop on Demand-Led Plant Breeding

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A two-day workshop hosted in Pietermaritzburg by the African Centre for Crop Improvement (ACCI) on the topic of demand-led plant breeding attracted ACCI alumni from across Africa as well as current postgraduate students.

UKZN Student Dynamics members, proud winners of the KZN Young Achiever’s award.

Student Dynamics Excels at KZN Young Achievers Awards

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Student Dynamics (SD), a non-profit organisation (NPO), involving UKZN students, excelled at the recent 7th annual KwaZulu-Natal Young Achievers Awards which recognise young people in the province who go the extra mile to make a difference in their communities and change lives by their actions.

With visiting academic Professor Victor Castellani (centre) are Classics Department prize winners (from left) Ms Theshira Pather, Ms Saaliha Bassa, Ms Kajil Kara and Ms Nadia Inarmal.

Classics Department Honours Top-Performing Students

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The Classics Department in the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC) recently held its awards ceremony in which top performing students were recognised for academic excellence.

Jazz lecturer Mrs Debbie Mari (left) will perform with School of Arts music students (right) for an evening of love and celebration through music on Valentine’s Day.

Songs of Love at UKZN Jazz Centre this Valentine’s Day

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The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music presents Songs of Love this Valentine’s Day (Wednesday, 14 February) featuring students from the School of Arts in a concert filled with songs to remind everyone that the world needs a lot more love!