22 August 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 38
Izikhulumi (kusukela kwesokunxele) uNks Elinor Sisulu, Usolwazi Betty Govinden kanye noDkt Annie Devenish.

Kuqhakanjiswe Indima Yabesifazane Ekulweni Nobandlululo Kunkulumo e-UKZN

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Ekugubheni Inyanga Yabesifazane futhi kuhlonishwe nabo bonke abantu besifazane abanikela ngezimpilo zabo belwela inkululeko, isikhungo se-Special Collections Gandhi Luthuli Documentation sibambe i-Phyllis Naidoo Memorial Lecture ekhempasini i-Westville.

Ms Bandiswa Vilane with her book titled: Broken Affections: the grass that weeps.

First Year UKZN Student Publishes Book

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Bachelor of Social Science in Economics and Industrial Psychology first-year student Ms Bandiswa Vilane has published her first book.

Representatives from UKZN’s Department of Behavioural Medicine and Denver University who met to discuss a collaboration.

Denver University & UKZN Discuss Collaboration

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UKZN’s Department of Behavioural Medicine in the School of Nursing and Public Health recently hosted a group of students from the University of Denver in the United States.

From left: Law School Dean and Head, Professor Managay Reddi; Mr Sello Morajane; Law academic, Ms Shelly Walker and Advocate Arlene Brock, Director: African Ombudsman Research Centre.

CCMA Director Interacts with Law School

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The Director of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), Mr Cameron Sello Morajane, unpacked and explained the organisation’s strategic direction to an audience which included current and former UKZN School of Law students.

Professor Francesco Petruccione (left) introduces Emeritus Professor John Hey.

Chronology in Greco-Roman Antiquity Featured in Captivating Lecture

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Senior Research Associate in the School of Chemistry and Physics (SCP), Emeritus Professor John Hey, delivered a fascinating account of Chronology in Greco-Roman antiquity during his Royal Society of South Africa (RSSA) public lecture on the Westville campus.

Abamele i-ISEESO uNks Luyanda Gumede kanye noNks Sphokazi Sgwebela bakhuluma ngobubi bokuhlukunyezwa kwabesifazane.

Abafundi Bakhuluma Ngokuhlukunyezwa Kwabesifazane

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Abamele Isibani Educational Empowerment Students Organisation (i-ISEESO) bavakashele i-Ean Touch Online Radio ukugubha Usuku Lwabesifazane Kuzwelonke.

SRC and CAES management representatives at the SRC/Management Indaba.

SRC/Management Indaba on Westville Campus

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The College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science (CAES) recently hosted its first management/ Student Representative Council Indaba on the Westville campus to discuss matters of importance to both parties.

IASIA President, Professor Bianor Cavalcanti (second left), with UKZN academics, Professor Purshottama, Reddy Professor Thokozani Nzimakwe and Professor Henry Wissink.

UKZN Academics at Conference in Peru

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Three senior UKZN academics attended the 2018 joint annual IASIA/LAGPA Conference in Lima, Peru.

Professor Rajendra Bhimma who conducted the study with colleagues from UKZN.

High Rate of Hypertension & Obesity in KZN Pupils

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A study conducted by UKZN’s Professor Rajendra Bhimma and colleagues has established that prehypertension and hypertension are highly prevalent among Grade 12 learners in public schools. 

Learners participating in National Science Week alongside Dr Tanja Reinhardt.

National Science Week Inspires Learners

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The Science and Technology Education Centre (STEC@UKZN) on UKZN’s Westville campus hosted the annual three-day National Science Week (NSW).

Dr Peter Milligan.

Improving Access to Mental Healthcare

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Dr Peter Milligan, Chief Psychiatrist with more than 30 years of experience in the public health sector who recently joined Ngwelezana Hospital, Empangeni, as Head of the Psychiatry Department, says his main strategic mission is to work towards integrating mental health care into the primary care system.

Mr Bonga Mzolo receives his prize from Mineralogical Association of SA Chairperson, Dr Deshenthree Chetty.

Prestigious Honours Research Award for Geology Graduate

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Geological Sciences honours graduate Mr Bonga Mzolo has received the Mineralogical Association of South Africa (MINSA) Book Prize for research he did using mineralogical methods to improve the understanding of phosphogenesis on the outer shelf and upper slope in the sea off Port Elizabeth.