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Key issues, including declining public financing for Higher Education Institutions and uncertain political times impacting on UKZN’s planning and operations, were explored by the University’s Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Nana Poku, at a roundtable event.
The College of Humanities hosted a virtual Women in Leadership symposium under the theme Leading with Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. This was enabled through a framework to shift mindsets, behaviours, and practices toward equitable and
Under the leadership of the Chair of the Humanities Institute, Professor Jannie Smit, UKZN’s College of Humanities recently hosted an open dialogue on the recent unrest, focusing on perspectives on the Humanities and socio-economic transformation in
UKZN’s College of Humanities hosted a public webinar on the topic, Public Schooling in a Post-COVID South Africa: Implications for School Leadership. The event featured the KwaZulu-Natal secretary of the South African Democratic Teachers Union