• The 17th annual JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience, presented by The Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities, opens at UKZN on 26 August and continues...read more
  • Hard work has paid off for Occupational Therapy degree cum laude graduate, Ms Domonique de Klerk...read more
  • UKZN Masters student Ms Kholosa Magudu was recently awarded the prestigious World Wildlife Fund’s Prince Bernhard Scholarship for Nature Conservation...read more
  • If you love the TV medical series, Dr House, you would have enjoyed watching UKZN’s Professor Rajendra Bhimma get to work at...read more
  • Mr Nikhiel Deeplal, a Masters in International Trade Law student at UKZN, presented a paper at the third Hague Peace Conference which focused...read more
  • Top academic achievement is nothing unusual for Law graduate, Mr Musa Kika, who received both the UKZN’s Distinguished Student Award and...read more
  • Masters in Social Sciences student Ms Thomzonke Zungu was elated to learn she was the recipient of the...read more
  • The 60th anniversary of the Freedom Charter and the valuable documents archived at the University were the focus of UKZN’s Special Collections Open Day...read more
  • The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony, a formal dinner event, recognises the recipients of the Top Scholarships awarded by...read more
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