24 June 2021
Volume: 9
Issue: 28
Participants at the Critical Perspectives: Hidden Voices Decolonial Colloquium.

UKZN Hosts Decolonial Colloquium on Critical Perspectives: Hidden Voices

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The College of Humanities hosted a virtual colloquium on Critical Perspectives: Hidden Voices. The colloquium was part of the Unsettling Paradigms - the Decolonial Turn in the Humanities Curriculum in South Africa pilot project.

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21st-Century Dad!

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Every third Sunday of June we celebrate Father’s Day with the aim being to acknowledge the contribution that fathers - and father figures - make in the lives of children.

Dr Boby Varghese, Head of the Centre for Academic Success in Science and Engineering (CASSE).

Inaugural Head of UKZN Centre Appointed

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UKZN’s Centre for Academic Success in Science and Engineering (CASSE) received a major boost with the recent appointment of its first Head, Dr Boby Varghese, who is no stranger to the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science (CAES) family, having worked in Science Access since 2009.

The Gender-Based Violence exhibit.

Gender-Based Violence Exhibit at Durban City Hall

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A campaign titled: They Stand Their Ground Against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) has culminated in an exhibit at the Durban City Hall funded by the National Arts Council.

Professor Purshottama Reddy (top) and Professor Henry Wissink who have co-edited a new book on COVID-19.

UKZN Academics Co-Edit Book on Local Government Policy Responses to COVID-19

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Two senior academics in the School of Management, IT and Governance Professor Purshottama Reddy and Professor Henry Wissink have co-edited a book on COVID-19 with Dr Paul Kariuki, the Executive Director of the Democracy Development Programme (DDP).

Law students at the Denis Hurley Centre.

UKZN Students Assist Homeless Get IDs for this Year’s Municipal Elections

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UKZN Law students have partnered with the Denis Hurley Centre (DHC) - an organisation that supports poor communities in central Durban - in assisting homeless people to get identity documents (IDs) in time for this year’s municipal elections on 27 October.