The OTher Symposium

2018-05-15 - 2018-05-18

The Occupational Therapy Symposium aims to showcase alternative (OTher) praxes and innovative collaborations between disciplines and professions within and outside health; bring to light unique stories that forefront real interventions that speak to improving the quality of life for humankind.   The symposium will cultivate an atmosphere of dialogue and sharing as presenters are encouraged […]

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UKZN Open Days 2018

2018-05-05 - 2018-05-12

UKZN OPEN DAYS 2018 Interested learners and their parents/guardians and families are invited to attend UKZN’s annual Open Days, which showcase degree offerings in the various Colleges and on UKZN’s different campuses. Details are as follows:  DATE and VENUE:  Saturday 5th May – Pietermaritzburg Campus                           […]

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AfriHub Public Lecture: How ‘amaBhungane’ Investigative Journalists Exposed State Capture

2018-04-23 - 2018-04-23

AfriHub invites you to a Public Lecture: Critical Thinking and the Changing of Destiny: How ‘amaBhungane’ Investigative Journalists Exposed State Capture. DATE: Monday, 23 April 2018 TIME: 17h00 for 17h30 VENUE: Murray Lecture Theatre, (Centenary Building, opposite the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre entrance) Howard College Campus, Durban SPEAKER: Sam Sole (amaBhungane co-founder and Managing Partner) RSVP […]

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16th Victoria and Griffiths Mxenge Memorial Lecture

2018-04-19 - 2018-04-19

You are cordially invited to attend the 16th Victoria and Griffiths Mxenge Memorial Lecture to be delivered by the Honourable Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Thursday, 19 April 2018. Kindly refer to the attachment for more details.   Issued by the UKZN School of Law […]

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CCS Great African Thinkers Seminar Series 2017 / 2018: How Not To Despoil Yourself of African Wonders

2018-04-18 - 2018-04-18

Centre for Civil Society and Critical Times, Critical Race Project Great African Thinkers Seminar Series 2017 / 2018 Facilitator: Dr Mvu Ngcoya In most South African universities, African philosophers and thinkers are pushed to the flanks of contemporary thought and practice. The few that make cameo appearances in course outlines, often occupy the soft world […]

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March for Science: Durban

2018-04-14 - 2018-04-14

Join the global movement and take part in an international experience.  All around the world concerned citizens will March for Science on 14 April 2018.  In South Africa, we are marching here, in Durban! The event will see  leading academics, scientists, researchers, students, civil societies and the general public rally together to highlight and celebrate […]

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LED Seminar: The Role of Small Towns in the Post-Apartheid SA

2018-04-12 - 2018-04-12

You are cordially invited to participate in a Seminar on the Role of Small Towns in the Post-Apartheid SA to be facilitated by Ms Phila Xuza, Director of the Centre for Small Towns Regeneration. Kindly refer to the attachment for more details and confirm attendance online.   Issued by the Graduate School of Business and […]

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Centre for Civil Society Seminar: Entrepreneurship through Research – Converting Research into Community Projects

2018-04-11 - 2018-04-11

Speaker: Dr Joseph Rudigi Rukema Date: Wednesday 11 April 2018 Time: 13h00 – 14h00 Venue: CCS Seminar Room A726, Level 7, Shepstone, Howard College, UKZN   Topic:  While the role of universities is to transfer knowledge and prepare graduates for the labour market, I argue that this role should also be of shaping the labour […]

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Relaunch of the Amnesty International SA UKZN Chapter

2018-04-04 - 2018-04-04

Please see invitation attached and kindly respond online. Issued by the UKZN School of Law […]

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CCS and Critical Times, Critical Race Great African Thinkers Seminar Series – Sylvia Tamale: The Worst Woman of the Year

2018-03-29 - 2018-03-29

In most South African universities, African philosophers and thinkers are pushed to the flanks of contemporary thought and practice.  The few that make cameo appearances in course outlines, often occupy the soft world of culture, not political economy, science, philosophy, law, history, etc.  This Seminar Series reverses this Hegelian doubt (to wit, whether Africa has […]

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