19 August 2021
Volume: 9
Issue: 36
Dr Suveer Jhugroo (left) with Dr Tsholofelo Mhlaba.

KZN Doctor Makes Huge Strides in Fighting TB

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Dr Suveer Jhugroo greets me with a big smile as I enter his Pinetown practice to present his award from the Connect TB team for submitting the most patient samples for testing since UKZN’s pilot project began in May this year.

BCom student Ms Ntandokazi Buthelezi.

UKZN Student Excelling in Technology and Entrepreneurship Space

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UKZN BCom student Ms Ntandokazi Buthelezi is passionate about using the power of technology, leadership and entrepreneurship to serve and impact communities positively.

The 23rd JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience opens next week.

Border Crossings Theme of JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience

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The Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities hosts the landmark 23rd JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience in its second digital edition from 24 August to 5 September.

UKZN alumnus Ms Nomvelo Zondi.

Young Attorney Starts Own Law Firm

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UKZN Bachelor of Laws graduate Ms Nomvelo Zondi (27) took a leap of faith and opened her own Law firm.

Municipal Finance Management Course on offer.

Helping Achieve Efficient Public Service Delivery

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Making good financial decisions and correctly calculating the economic impact of public sector projects require those involved to have the necessary high level skills and expertise.

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Ramaphosa has Played his Cards Well

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On Thursday (5 August 2021), President Ramaphosa reshuffled the cabinet amid calls for him to remove ministers deemed incompetent and those prone to scandals.

Presenters at UKZN’s public lecture series for National Science Week (from left) Professor Michael Brooks, Ms Tankiso Moso and Professor Andrew Green.

UKZN Hosts Public Lecture Series for National Science Week

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UKZN’s College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science (CAES) hosted a three-part online public lecture series during National Science Week to contribute to the national objective of promoting awareness of the value that the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields add to everyday life.

Mr Bongane Mzinyane.

Lecturer Presents Research on Access to Justice for Rural Young Offenders

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Social Work lecturer Mr Bongane Mzinyane presented his research work titled: Access to Justice for Rural Young Offenders in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: Best Practices and Innovative Methods by Practitioners when Implementing Diversion, during the 22nd Biennial International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD) Conference.

Panelists from the webinar clockwise from top left: Professor Hassan Kaya, Ms Bethan Walkers, Mr Carlos Arbuthnott, Dr Mayashree Chinsamy, Dr Jasdev Singh Rai and Ms Amelia Jefford.

UKZN Hosts Interactive Discussion on Indigenous Knowledge Systems in the 21st Century

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The Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) - National Research Foundation (NRF) Centre in Indigenous Knowledge Systems (CIKS) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) in partnership with the Sikh Human Rights Group (SHRG) in London hosted a webinar titled: Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Cultural and Biological Diversity Conversation for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation.