11 July 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 32
I-Dube Tradeport Corporation kanye nabamele i-UKZN nengxenye yabazozuza kule phrojekthi.

I-UKZN InQubate kanye ne-CAES Bathole Umsebenzi wokwenza i-Strategic Dube Trade Port Agrizone

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I-UKZN InQubate kanye neKolishi Lezolimo, Ezobunjiniyela Nezesayensi (i-CAES) kungekudala bazoqala ukuhlelela umsebenzi osezingeni eliphezulu ne-Dube TradePort Corporation (i-DTPC),

UKZN staffer, Mr Lindani Maphumulo (front row, far right), with Humanities students at the workshop.

Preparing Students for the Job Market

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The School of Built Environment and Development Studies (BEDS), in partnership with the College of Humanities Student Support Services and the Career Development Office, held a Career Development and Employment Skills Workshop for Humanities students on the Howard College campus.

Delegates at the Radio Astronomy workshop in Durban.

Undergrad Science and Engineering Students Exposed to Exciting World of Astronomy

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High performing Science and Engineering undergraduate students from across South Africa attended a radio astronomy workshop in Durban hosted by UKZN, in association with the South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO).

Participants of the SAAA KwaZulu-Natal Regional Teaching and Learning Conference.

SAAA Regional Teaching and Learning Conference Puts Accounting Under the Spotlight

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Accounting for a Changing World was the theme of the South African Accounting Association (SAAA) KwaZulu-Natal Regional Teaching and Learning Conference 2018 hosted by UKZN at the Riverside Hotel in Durban.

Mr Johary Ravaloson (back row, fourth left) with UKZN staff and students.

Author Speaks on “Spiritual World” in Madagascar

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Renowned Malagasy author, Mr Johary Ravaloson, visited the School of Arts on the Pietermaritzburg campus to address a group of French literature students who had studied his works throughout the semester.

Professor Thabo Msibi (far left) and Dr Angela James (far right) with education students bound for a study tour in Germany.

Education Students to Partake in Berlin Study Tour for Teachers in Training

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Eight students from the School of Education are part of an eight-day Study Tour for Teachers in Training exchange programme taking place in Berlin at the end of August.

UKZN alumnus Dr Salome Maswime.

High Flying UKZN Alumnus Forms Clinician Scientists Society

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UKZN alumnus, Dr Salome Maswime, has launched the South African Clinician Scientists Society aimed at developing the next generation of experts and medical leaders in South Africa.

Community scholars Ms Nisha Naidoo, Ms Philisiwe Mazibuko and Mr Mzamowenkosi Zondi.

Centre for Civil Society Welcomes Community Scholars

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The Centre for Civil Society (CCS), housed within the College of Humanities, recently welcomed three industrious community scholars as part of the Centre’s effort to encourage communities to make a difference in society and uphold activism.

At the Geography seminar are (from left) Dr John Odindi, Mr Brice Gijsbertsen, Mr Mark Thompson, Dr Debbie Jewitt and Dr Romano Lottering.

Geography Seminar Series Explores KZN Land-Cover Project

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The Discipline of Geography in the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SAEES) recently hosted Mr Mark Thompson of GeoTerraImage at a seminar - the first in a series - on the topic of the most recent KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Provincial Land-Cover dataset generation.

Scenes at the 11th Annual SAAHE Conference.

Decolonising Health Sciences Education

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The 11th Annual South African Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE) Conference congregated in Umhlanga this year and drew national and international health science educators.

UKZN Medical students, Mr Ntuthuko Mkhabela and Mr Lindokuhle Dlamini, with specialists in cardiology at the Mulago Hospital’s Heart Institute in Uganda.

Medical Students in Uganda Gain Knowledge on Cardiology

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Two fifth-year UKZN Medical students spent three weeks in Uganda boosting their knowledge of cardiology thanks to a GEMx global medical exchange programme.