Month: November 2018

DISSOLVING OF UNIZULU SRC

The University of Zululand Council took a resolution today to dissolve the Student Representative Council (SRC) due to misconduct. They were found not fit to stand office and to be student leaders when 12 of the 15 were implicated in serious misconduct. An administrator will be appointed from the 3 SRC members who were not […]

UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND MEDIA RESPONSE ON THE ALLEGATIONS OF EXPELLING PREGNANT STUDENTS

The University of Zululand was invited as part of a series of hearings into gender policy matters at higher education institutions by the Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) to do a presentation on the University’s gender policy and how the University is responding to these challenges. This took place on Thursday, 22 November 2018. One […]

Recognising Excellent Research and Innovation

Recognising Excellent Research and Innovation

The University of Zululand (UNIZULU) recently recognised academics who have excelled in their quality and breadth of research-led innovation across the institution during a prestigious awards gala dinner held at the Umfolozi Casino, Empangeni. The Research and Innovation Awards, organised annually by the institution’s Research Office, were launched in 2016 with the aim of recognising […]

Empowering IKS holders with Invaluable Knowledge

Empowering IKS holders with Invaluable Knowledge

The old Congolese proverb which says “You cannot teach the forest pathways to an old gorilla” can easily be likened to the nature of orally passing down indigenous knowledge from generation to generation. This was the opinion during discussions held at a recent workshop co-hosted by the University of Zululand’s (UNIZULU) Research Office, Consumer Science […]

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