Month: November 2017

UNIZULU Celebrates Hard Work of its Tutors

UNIZULU Celebrates Hard Work of its Tutors

The period that marks the ending of the year always seems to be a perfect opportunity to look back and appreciate those who have worked hard and done well in whichever sphere of their involvement. With this in mind, tutors at the University were honoured this week for their hard work, commitment and dedication displayed […]

Arts Faculty Savours the Sweet Taste of Victory

Arts Faculty Savours the Sweet Taste of Victory

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Zululand recently held an awards ceremony where it celebrated the achievements of its staff members, several of whom were honoured at the recent UNIZULU Research Awards. The Department of Political and International Studies, which falls under the Faculty, received first prize for the Research Department of the […]

CHE REVIEW WILL NOT AFFECT LAW STUDENTS AND GRADUATES

Students who have graduated from UNIZULU Law Programmes will not be impacted negatively by the recent announcements of the Council on Higher Education national review of the LLB qualification and the University will continue improving upon its reputable LLB programme which has produced fine and world recognised Alumni in the practice of Law. The Council […]

Honouring the Contributions of the UNIZULU Choir

Honouring the Contributions of the UNIZULU Choir

The University of Zululand recently honoured the positive contributions, commitment to the University and sterling successes of its Choir during a luncheon hosted by the University’s management. The award winning Choir has drawn positive headlines in the media where music is concerned and has provided outstanding service to the institution throughout the years. Some of […]

Bringing Indigenous Foods to the Fore

Bringing Indigenous Foods to the Fore

The Department of Consumer Science at the University of Zululand recently held a first of its kind workshop on Food Safety and Quality Assurance in Post-Harvest Processing of Amaranthus (imbuya). Also attended by community members as well as students, the highlight of the event was the creation of a shelf stable, nutritious, intermediary marketable Amaranthus […]

Preparing New Employees for Success

Preparing New Employees for Success

The University of Zululand recognises the importance of providing timely and effective induction for all its new staff members to ensure that they are effectively integrated into the University. With this goal in mind, newly appointed staff members were recently welcomed to the University by way of an induction workshop- an initiative hosted and organised […]

Researchers Honoured During Research Awards

Researchers Honoured During Research Awards

It was yet another blissful occasion for University of Zululand (UNIZULU) academics who received varied accolades at the University’s 2017 Research Awards ceremony for their significant research and innovation attainments throughout the year. The event, which was held at the Umfolozi Casino Hotel, Empangeni, is organised annually by the institution’s Research office with the overall […]

Majour Boost for UNIZULU’s Community Engagement Endeavors

Majour Boost for UNIZULU’s Community Engagement Endeavors

In an effort to engage and positively impact communities surrounding it, the University of Zululand (UNIZULU) recently appointed Mammusa Lekoa as the Community Engagement Manager. Lekoa’s portfolio, which she assumed at the beginning of October (2017), falls under the office of the DVC: Research and Innovation. “I am ecstatic about my new position,” said Lekoa. […]

Praying for UNIZULU Community’s Future Safety

Praying for UNIZULU Community’s Future Safety

Recently, the University of Zululand held a mass prayer service during which the University community- led by its Vice-Chancellor Professor Xoliswa Mtose and religious leaders- paid their respects to its fallen students; some of whom met brutally violent ends. The service, which was ministered by ordained Apostle Collins Dlomo and was attended by students, staff […]

Dissecting Issues Related to Africanising Higher Education

Dissecting Issues Related to Africanising Higher Education

After the success of its 2016 Teaching and Learning Conference, the University of Zululand one again held this significant conference with a focus on “Africanisation of Teaching and Learning: Creativity, Innovation, Invention, Information and Communication Technologies and student participation”. The conference- which was held over three days- acknowledges the critical importance of national debates on […]

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