Media Highlights
  •   04 April 2017 IF President Jacob Zuma had any decency he would resign, human rights activist Kumi Naidoo said. Naidoo, who was given an honorary doctorate in social science by the University of KwaZuluNatal yesterday, used his acceptance speech to urge South
    Herald
  •   04 April 2017 GLOBALLY renowned musician Hugh Masekela broke into song after he received an honorary doctorate at the University of KwaZuluNatal yesterday. Addressing students at the ceremony, Masekela, whose antiapartheid anthem, Bring home Nelson Mandela
    The Witness
  •   04 April 2017 The music, storyline and character portrayal reflect themes we are accustomed to today: crime, sex, murder, alcohol and celebrity, to reflect the human condition as perceived in the twenties and today." Chicago centres on vaudevillian
    Isolezwe
  •   04 April 2017 UMCULI weJazz wakuleli owahlala iminyaka ewu30 ekudingisweni, uBra Hugh Masekela, uchaze elakuleli njengezwe eselifana nakwampunzi edla emini ngendlela izinto ezenzeka ngayo. Uthi ukube kuya ngaye ngabe konke kuqalwa phansi, kugcinwe izethembiso
    The New Age
  •   04 April 2017 NINA Mkhize will perform at the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music on April 19. Mkhize is a jazztrained vocalist and.composer and twotime winner of the Old Mutual Jazz Encounters Awards from Durban, KwaZulu Natal. Her repertoire includes original
    The Times
  •   04 April 2017 SING A SONG OF HONOUR Hugh Masekela sings a song of celebration after receiving an honorary doctorate of music at UKZN
    The New Age
  •   04 April 2017 "I AM HUMBLED and honoured to share this day with you," world renowned jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela, said when he was conferred with an honorary doctorate of music degree at the University of KwaZuluNatal, Westville campus yesterday
    Mercury
  •   04 April 2017 ALL EYES ON HUGH Legendary trumpeter Hugh Masekela reacts during a ceremony where he was honoured with the degree of Doctor of Music (honoris causa) at the UKZN Westville campus yesterday. Environmental and social activist Kumi Naidoo was honoured
    Mercury
  •   04 April 2017 JAM extremely humbled and very deeply honoured to share this joyous occasion with all present. My focus on this day is directed at that: as you open a new door to the rest of your lives, I request you to consider a number of issues that pertain to
    Mercury
  •   16 Mar 2016 Join the Daily News with a book collection at this year’s 19th Time of the Writer Festival taking place this week at different locations across Durban, including venues like Clermont, Cato Manor, uMlazi
    Daily News
  •   14 Mar 2016 THIS week is set to be a literary feast for Durban as the 19th Time of the Writer Festival brings together lovers of the written word.
    Daily News
  •   10 March 2016 Book lovers and up and coming authors will be delighted to know that the line-up and programme for the annual Time of the Writer Festival has been announced.
    Rising Sun
  •  10 Mar 2016 CHE Guevara and Pravin Gordhan written in the same sentence has a good ring to it. The comparison is not over the top.
    Mercury
  •  08 Mar 2016 BOOK Lovers are in for a treat! The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts is hosting its 19th Time of the Writer Festival from 14-19 March
    Daily Sun
  •   04-Mar-2016 WHAT is in a name? A lot when you are called a Gupta. Experts yesterday said referring to a South African Indian as a Gupta may not be illegal but could be regarded as an insult
    Herald
  •  06 Mar 2016 NOVELS written in indigenous languages would strengthen a reading culture among Africa’s young people who, when they did read, were picking up self-help books, American crime novels an d the occasional newspaper
    Sunday Tribune
  •  01 Mar 2016 Innovation and an appreciation of South Africa’s cultural diversity stand out in the 29th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year regional awards.
    DIY Trade News
  •   09-Aug-2015 OVER the years, and especially during Women's Month in South Africa, I have often been asked by interviewers "If you had the opportunity to host two or three woman 'icons' over a Women's Day lunch at your home, who would they be, and what would the conversation revolve around?"
    Sunday Tribune
  •   12-May-2015 Relations between South Africa and Nigeria have always had some turbulence. In the latest tense episode, Nigeria withdrew its ambassador, Uche Ajulu-Okeke, and its high commissioner, Martin Cobham, after a series of xenophobic attacks in South Africa in April.
    The Conversation
  •   07-May-2015 Classical music enthusiasts have two free lunch-hour concerts to look forward to at the University of KwaZulu-Natal's Howard College Theatre, both featuring Durban pianist Andrew Warburton.
    The Mercury
  •   Unknown Senior lecturer in Anthropology in the School of Social Sciences at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Dr Maheshvari Naidu, has managed to meld her passions with her career so successfully that she is acknowledged to be among the top 30 researchers at UKZN and has garnered many an award, among which is the Department of Science and Technology Award for Outstanding Women in Science (2013)
    Siyakha Educational Trust
  •   17-Aug-2014 THERE is an uneasy shuffling among the usually composed conflict transformation and peace studies class today. The topic of debate in our graduate seminar is "rape as a weapon of war".
    Sunday Tribune
  •   17-Aug-2014 The feminist agenda is not about equal right for women, Pat Christian Broadcasting Network declared in 1992.
    Sunday Tribune
  •   06-Aug-2014 THE Centre for Jazz and Popular Music (CJPM) is hosting a performance by Pietermaritzburg jazz vocalist Thobeka Langa at 6 pm tonight.
    The Witness
  •   01-Aug-2014 NATIONAL data collection agency info4africa released its KwaZulu-Natal Series 7 Support Services Directory 2014 last week.
    The Mercury (First Edition)
  •   31-Jul-2014 A memorial service KwaZulu-Natal's will be held at Howard College University of Theatre, Howard Campus on Thursday, 31 July, for Professor John Daniel.
    Weekly Gazette (Westville)
  •   31-Jul-2014 A memorial service KwaZulu-Natal's will be held at Howard College University of Theatre, Howard Campus on Thursday, 31 July, for Professor John Daniel.
    Weekly Gazette (Central)
  •   03-Jun-2014 BULLYING at schools is commonplace. Each time I read in the media of another pupil being bullied, or hear anecdotally that a pupil has dropped out of school or changed schools, I wonder why the particular girl or boy has been targeted.
    Mercury (First Edition)
  •   03-Jun-2014 BULLYING at schools is commonplace. Each time I read in the media of another pupil being bullied, or hear anecdotally that a pupil has dropped out of school or changed schools, I wonder why the particular girl or boy has been targeted.
    Pretoria News (Late Final)
  •   19-Mar-2014 A programme of music titled Mother Tongue, dedicated to his mother, Nomajerusalema, will be presented on the Durban campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal
    The Mercury
  •   19-Mar-2014 WHEN Oscar Pistorius shot Reeva Steenkamp he was a mere 220cm away. This was the evidence of Cap­ tain Chris Mangena, a police ballis­ tic expert who testified in the Pisto­ rius murder trial yesterday
    The Star Africa
  •   19-Mar-2014 DR JACKI E de Wet, forensic criminologist and forensic psychologist at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, said Roux's cross-examination of Barend van Staden had been an
    Cape Argus
  •   19-Mar-2014 THULI Madonsela's report on the Nkandla scandal is turning into a constitutional crisis. As Trevor Manuel has argued, the ANC's stri­dent criticism of Madonsela is turn­ing into an attack on our democratic architecture.
    The Mercury
  •   19-Mar-2014 WARRANT Officer Barend van Staden, who was the crime scene photographer at Oscar Pistorius's home the night Reeva Steenkamp was killed, was grilled by defense advocate Barry Roux for the second day yesterday.
    Pretoria News
  •   18-Mar-2014 UMBHALI waKwaZulu-Natal ohlanganyele kwifestiveli yaminyaka yonke yababhali , iTime of the Writer yanonyaka, uthi ikusasa lokubhalwa noku­fundwa kwezincwadi eNingizimu Afrika lilele ekutheni intsha igqugquzelwa kangakanani ukukwenza lokhu.
    Isolezwe
  •   18-Mar-2014 TWELVE years ago, then-police pho­tographer and crime scene expert Rinus Viljoen attended his last scene, an accident. A father had driven over his 2-year-old son.
    Pretoria News
  •   18-Mar-2014 TWELVE years ago, former police photographer and crime scene expert Rinus Viljoen attended his last scene - an accident. A father had driven over his 2-year-old son. It was 2002 and Viljoen 's own son had been born that year.
    The Star
  •   18-Mar-2014 TWELVE years ago, former police photographer and crime scene expert Rinus Viljoen attended his last scene, an accident. A father had driven over his 2-year-old son. It was 2002 and Viljoen's own son had been born that year.
    The Star Africa
  •   11-Mar-2014 SOME of the best jazz musicians in KwaZulu­-Natal will be performing in a special jazz con­ cert hosted by the non-profit arts organisation Abound in Al of the New Arts Block at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Pietermaritzburg campus on Friday.
    The Witness
  •   06-Mar-2014 ZULU is the director of the Maurice Webb Race Relations Unit at the University of KwaZulu ­-Natal and sits on the board of the Human Sci­ences Research Council.
    The Witness (Pietermaritzburg)
  •   Dec-2013 What’s your fear? Muggers, rapists, sickness, perpetual singledom or simply speaking up in public? Or is it the insidious, formless sort that sits in the pit of your stomach, disturbing your sleep?
    Cosmopolitan Magazine
  •   20-Dec-2013 Most adult South Africans will be familiar with the experience of receiving an invitation on Sunday morning to a braai that day, only to realize that one has no beers to take, or they may have invited friends to Sunday lunch, only to remember they are out of wine
    Professor Patrick Lenta
  •   20-Dec-2013 Just as the thespian is only as good as his/her last movie, the University based academic/researcher is only as good as his/her last PU count.
    Doctor Maheshvari Naidu
  •   20-Dec-2013 The future of the Humanities is on the national agenda. Normally, Humanities scholars see threats everywhere.
    Professor Keyan G Tomaselli
  •   20-Dec-2013 Within five years of the end of apartheid, corporal punishment of pupils in schools and of convicted criminals had been legally banned in South Africa
    Professor Patrick Lenta
  •   20-Dec-2013 Of the eleven official languages recognized in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa (1996), nine are African (we shall not en ter into the debate as to whether Afrikaans is an African language or not, save to communicate our view that it has the same constitutional status as the other languages)
    Professors Nobuhle Hlongwa & Nhlanhla 'Bacwali' Mkhize
  •   08-Feb-2013 South Africa has higher-education priorities that international rating systems don't always reflect
    Mail & Guardian
  •   08-Feb-2013 South Africa has higher-education priorities that international rating systems don't always reflect
    Mail & Guardian


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