22 October 2021
Volume: 9
Issue: 45
Ms Siphokazi Jonas (left) and Dr Stella Nyanzi who headlined the opening of the Poetry Africa Festival.

Milestone Opening Night for 25th Poetry Africa Festival

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The Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities, in partnership with the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS), French Institute of South Africa, and Total, virtually hosted the 25th Poetry Africa International Festival.

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Universities could Technically be Admitting Grade 10s in 2022

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This may sound strange, but, technically speaking, universities will essentially be admitting Grade 10s in 2022.

Look out for red flags to prevent human trafficking and call 10111 or 0800 222 777 to report a case.

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

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Traffickers often recruit victims using false offers of employment.

School of Accounting, Economics and Finance Open Day.

School of Accounting, Economics and Finance Hosts Virtual Open Day

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Prospective postgraduate students were informed about the Self-Funded Teaching Programmes (SFTPs) offered by the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance at its Virtual Open Day.

Final-year Audiology students.

Audiology Commemorates Deaf Awareness Week

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UKZN’s final-year Audiology students hosted a deaf awareness campaign at Palmiet Primary School in Durban to commemorate Deaf Awareness Week.

Ms Amenda Makhetha.

Alumnus Appointed Group Head of Data Privacy for Top Bank

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UKZN Law graduate Ms Amenda Makhetha is the new Group Head of Data Privacy at ABSA.

Professor Imraan Coovadia who delivered the Mafika Gwala Annual Lecture.

UKZN Hosts Virtual Mafika Gwala Annual Lecture

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The 2021 Mafika Gwala Annual Lecture was presented as a live-streamed panel discussion on the opening day of UKZN’s Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) 25th Poetry Africa Festival.

Business leader, speaker, writer and brand strategist Ms Rita Clifton CBE presented the latest Imbokodo workshop.

Love Your Imposter, Says Expert

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Loving your Imposter - for Women in Higher Education Leadership and Academia was the theme of the latest Imbokodo workshop, an initiative aimed at empowering women to challenge their inner critic and embrace and promote their achievements while using this as a stepping-stone to take up more challenges and senior roles in the male-dominated Higher Education environment.

The College of Humanities hosted a symposium on the Intellectualisation of isiZulu as an African Language.

Webinar Examines the Intellectualisation of isiZulu as an African Language

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The College of Humanities in collaboration with the University Language Planning and Development Office hosted a symposium titled Promoting the Intellectualisation of isiZulu as an African Language.

Boss’ Day was celebrated on 16 October.

Be the Best Boss!

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World Boss’ Day is celebrated each year and is an opportunity to acknowledge the individuals that contribute to our professional journeys.