21 February 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 4
Mr Lindo Duma with the Iziko Stoves.

Former GSB&L Champion Giving Former Substance Abusers a Second Chance

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Entrepreneur and co-founder of Iziko Stoves Mr Lindo Duma is positively transforming the Durban community by employing rehabilitated substance abusers and helping them reintegrate into society.

Professor Maheshvari Naidu, seen in Rome, where she delivered a public lecture at the American University of Rome in Via Roselli.

Anthropology Professor Delivers Public Lecture in Rome

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Professor Maheshvari Naidu, who was recently promoted to full Professor in the School of Social Sciences gave a public lecture to faculty staff and students at the American University of Rome (AUR) in Via Roselli, Rome.

Maths Day participants at Embizweni High School in Umlazi.

Accounting Academic Encourages Students in Maths Day Initiative

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This Valentine’s Day, falling in love with Maths was the focus as Financial Accounting lecturer Dr Msizi Mkhize and his son Mr Siphesihle Mkhize, a Master of Commerce student, recently took their passion for the subject to Embizweni High School in Umlazi Township where they celebrated the Love Maths Day with scores of pupils.

Highlights of the Global Startup Weekend Women 2018.

UKZN Graduate School Hosts International Entrepreneurship Weekend for Women

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The South African edition of the Global Startup Weekend Women (GSWW) was held for the first time in Durban this past weekend. Hosted by the UKZN Graduate School of Business and Leadership (GSBL), the event was held under the theme: Women in Technology.

Ms Viashna Soma.

Viashna Looking Forward to a Bright Future!

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A fascination with Mathematics and Physical Science is what motivated Wingen Heights Secondary matriculant Ms Viashna Soma to pursue a degree in Engineering.

U-Shaneece Chanderpaul ethokozela iqhwa e-University of Wilfrid Laurier e-Canada.

Umfundi Uxoxa Ngohlelo Lokuhambela Ezinye Izikhungo Oluwusizo Kakhulu

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Umfundi owenza izifundo zonyaka wesithathu weziqu Zezifundo NgeNhlalo YoMphakathi, uNkz Shaneece Chanderpaul, obengomunye wabafundi abayisishiyagalombili abebebambe iqhaza ohlelweni lokuhambela ezinye izikhungo kwabafundi lwangonyaka wezi-2017.

Ababambe iqhaza ohlelweni lwe-MoBreed (kwesobunxele) nabolwe-ACADEMY (kwesokudla) emhlanganweni i-Kick Off e-Brussels.

Ukuqiniswa Kobudlelwane Bangangaphakathi Bamazwe Ase-Afrika Kusetshenziswa Uhlelo Lwe-EU

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I-UKZN iklonyeliswe ngemisebenzi emibili ye-INTRA-AFRICA i-MoBreed etholakale ngonyaka wezi-2016 ne-ACADEMY eyatholakala ngonyaka wezi-2017.

Dr Sazi Nzama with our Honourable President Mr Cyril Ramaphosa.

President Ramaphosa Inspires Medical Alumnus to Achieve his Dream

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UKZN Medical alumnus, Dr Sazi Nzama, was elated when he heard that Cyril Ramaphosa, whom he fondly refers to as Baba Cyril, had been elected as the new State President. Nzama, a second year Medical intern at the Bloemfontein Academic Complex of Hospitals is one of many students who were able to achieve their dreams through funding from the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation (CRF).


Wingen Heights’ Golden Boy Joins UKZN

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Wingen Heights Secondary School’s top performing matriculant, Mr Erushan Gouden is excited to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Mr Siviwe Mdoda (third left) from the Right2Know Campaign discussed Public Interest Information vs Private Information: Jacques Pauw’s The President’s Keepers Case.

CCS hosts Seminar on Jacques Pauw’s “The President’s Keepers” Case

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The Centre for Civil Society (CCS) within the School of Built Environment and Development Studies held its first seminar for 2018 in February. The seminar held in  collaboration with the Right2Know Campaign (R2K) focused on the issue of “public interest” in the context of the controversial book The President’s Keepers by Jacques Pauw. 

Mr Tristan Pather.

Tristan Flies the Solvista Secondary Flag High!

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Hard work paid off for Solvista Secondary’s top performing pupil Mr Tristan Pather who enrolled at the University of KwaZulu-Natal to pursue a degree in Engineering.