Month: October 2018

A New Dawn for Performance Management at UNIZULU

A New Dawn for Performance Management at UNIZULU

The Human Resources Division (HR) at the University of Zululand (UNIZULU) recently launched Project Blue Sky, a new initiative aimed at further promoting excellence in staff performance, at the KwaDlangezwa Campus. The initiative is a planned change management intervention aimed at facilitating the implementation of the Performance Management System (PMS) which was reintroduced to the […]

TRAILBLAZER STUDENT HAS MADE UNIZULU PROUD

TRAILBLAZER STUDENT HAS MADE UNIZULU PROUD

An honours student, Mr Bongumusa Comfort Mthethwa, from the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, Faculty of Science and Agriculture, made the University of Zululand (UNIZULU) proud by publishing his honours project work in an accredited journal with an impact factor of 3.6. Mthethwa was born in Mhlabuyalingana in the Oqondweni area. He grew up in […]

Law Students Honoured

Law Students Honoured

The University of Zululand’s (UNIZULU’s) Department of Law recently held its prestigious gala dinner at the Richards Bay campus. This gala dinner provided a perfect opportunity for alumni, academics and students to interact in a picturesque setting. Among those honoured at the event were the newly elected SRC President Nontobeko Zulu, Top Achiever Awardee Ms […]

UNIZULU Celebrates Heritage and International Day of Democracy

UNIZULU Celebrates Heritage and International Day of Democracy

The University of Zululand’s (UNIZULU) Office of Transformation recently hosted an assortment of celebrations focusing on International Day of Democracy, International Day of Tolerance and Heritage Day. The aim of these celebrations was to bridge the margin of the diaspora within the University and create a campus environment that is both socially inclusive and embraces diversity. […]

Adapting to Changes in Teaching and Learning

Adapting to Changes in Teaching and Learning

“The use of technology in all facets of our lives is changing the way in which we do things. We therefore need to come together, from time to time, to share our knowledge and experiences in this area so that we remain relevant (in higher education).” This sentiment- according to Dr Yasmin Rugbeer, the Director […]

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