• A group of UKZN’s College of Health Sciences fourth year Occupational Therapy students are running a youth focused community engagement...read more
  • A flair for fashion and a mind for business sparked third-year BCom student Mr Mpendulo Mthethwa to develop the Black Diamond range of couture...read more
  • The 20th Time of the Writer Festival, organised by UKZN’s Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities, saw a successful week when 17 writers from South Africa...read more
  • A successful dialogue breakfast was hosted at UKZN’s UNITE Building by the Manager of Afrihub, Dr Rudi Kimmie, and the Leadership Dialogue...read more
 

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    The University enjoys a century of academic advancements.

    Spud author, John Van De Ruit, graduated from UKZN.

    South Africa's best-known and most popular television maths and science teacher William Smith obtained a Master’s degree from the former University of Natal

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