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  • Contemporary Francophone African Literature Focus of Inaugural Lecture

    16 Nov, 2017

    Contemporary Francophone African Literature: How a Joking Cousin Became the Storyteller, was the title of an inaugural lecture given on the Pietermaritzburg campus by Professor Bernard de Meyer of the School of Arts

    Melissa Mungroo

  • School of Education Holds Maths FET Farewell for Students

    16 Nov, 2017

    The Mathematics discipline within the School of Education held its third annual Maths Further Education and Training (FET) farewell on the Edgewood campus.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • School of Education Hosts German Teacher Exchange Programme Members

    16 Nov, 2017

    Representatives of the ENSA Teacher Exchange Programme in Berlin on a visit to South Africa to explore issues of sustainable development were co-hosted by UKZN’s School of Education.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Smarties Awards for UKZN’s info4africa

    16 Nov, 2017

    info4africa - a Centre of UKZN’s School of Applied Human Sciences - and technology partner Always Active Technologies’ (AAT) mobile health solution, recently won awards in three categories at the Mobile Marketing Association’s (MMA) prestigious Smarties Awards held in Gauteng.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Science-Inspired Art at Postgraduate Research Day

    16 Nov, 2017

    An exhibit of seven pieces of art based on postgraduate research at UKZN’s College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science (CAES) was a feature of the College’s Postgraduate Research and Innovation Day which attracted more than 700 participants.

    Christine Cuénod

  • Architecture Students win at PG Bison Competition

    09 Nov, 2017

    Architecture students Mr Lwazi Ncanana, Mr Nhlanzeko Mbatha and Mr Camrin Plaatjes were all Top Ten finalists in the prestigious PG Bison 1.618 competition. Plaatjes won Third Place and a R10 000 cash prize. All finalists also received a R2000 cash prize.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Humanities Alumnus wins prestigious Architecture Award

    09 Nov, 2017

    UKZN Alumnus Mr Rod Choromanksi recently scooped the coveted ‘Best new building in Africa’ award, during the inaugural Africa Architecture Awards, for his design of the uMkhumbane Cultural and Heritage Museum in Cato Manor, Durban.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • UKZN Academic gets Durban named UNESCO’s City of Literature

    09 Nov, 2017

    Through hard work and steely determination, Lecturer in the School of Arts Mr Darryl Earl David has finally succeeded in getting Durban the UNESCO City of Literature status. Durban now joins the prestigious list of 21 other cities which include Prague, Dublin, Iowa City, Baghdad and Barcelona.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • UKZN Centre for Visual Art & Digital Arts Postgraduate Exhibition at KZNSA Gallery

    09 Nov, 2017

    The Centre for Visual Art (CVA) and Digital Arts within the College of Humanities recently curated an exhibition by postgraduate students at the KZNSA Gallery in Glenwood. The exhibition was opened by the Vice-Chancellor and Principal of UKZN, Dr Albert van Jaarsveld.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • 21st Poetry Africa Closing Night Thrills Audience

    02 Nov, 2017

    The 21st Poetry Africa Festival, organised by UKZN’s Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities, had its grand finale at the Bartel Arts Trust (BAT) Centre in Durban with closing performances by Samthing Soweto, Zoe the Seed and Manelis.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Centre for Civil Society hosts Great African Thinkers Series

    02 Nov, 2017

    The first seminar in the Great African Thinker series was hosted by UKZN’s Centre for Civil Society (CCS) within the School of Built Environment and Development Studies (BEDS).

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Lecture Session on Polygamy

    02 Nov, 2017

    A lecture session on polygamy was presented for Heritage and Culture module students by the Discipline of African Languages in the School of Arts.

    Ziphezinhle Biyela

  • Renowned Criminologist Delivers Guest Lectures at UKZN

    02 Nov, 2017

    World renowned criminologist Professor Philip Stenning gave a lecture at UKZN’s Howard College Theatre on the criminal justice system and another on the plural policing provision.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • 21st Poetry Africa opens to a packed Sneddon Theatre

    30 Oct, 2017

    Poetry enthusiasts packed the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre for the much anticipated opening night of the 21st edition of Poetry Africa. This landmark festival, organised by UKZN’s Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities, introduced festival goers to the poets and the highlights for the week

    Melissa Mungroo

  • 29th Annual Jazz Jol at UKZN

    30 Oct, 2017

    UKZN’s Centre for Jazz and Popular Music (CJPM) will host its highly anticipated 29th annual Jazz Jol on 27 October at the CJPM. This year’s popular music event features a variety of talented musicians including Sweet Concept (a UKZN Alumni Band), UKZN Vocal Group and UKZN’s Big Band along with a selection of students taking to the stage in an evening tailor-made for lovers of jazz and popular music.

    Melissa Mungroo

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