Month: June 2019

Itoyi-toyi Cast & Crew Ready for Grahamstown Arts Festival

Itoyi-toyi Cast & Crew Ready for Grahamstown Arts Festival

The Department of Creative Arts team has its ducks in a row and is awaiting its moment to act out its showstopper play at the annual Grahamstown National Arts Festival (NAF), taking place in Makhanda (formerly known as Grahamstown), Eastern Cape. The NAF began on Thursday, 27 June and is one of the largest art […]

Physics Students Fly UNIZULU Flag in Russia

Physics Students Fly UNIZULU Flag in Russia

The Department of Physics and Engineering at the University of Zululand was represented by seven of its honours students who were selected by the Joint Institute of Nuclear Research in South Africa (JINR-SA) and the National Research Foundation (NRF) review committee to take part in the annual Student Practice held this month (June) at the […]

Design of Waterless Toilet Prototype in Progress

Design of Waterless Toilet Prototype in Progress

Dr Linda Linganiso, an academic in the University of Zululand’s (UNIZULU Department of Chemistry, is working with three postgraduate students in addressing the lack of proper sanitation facilities in rural South Africa by designing a unique waterless toilet prototype that is set to be piloted in the City of Umhlathuze Municipality after September 2019. The […]

Spotlight on the IGU CAS Conference

Spotlight on the IGU CAS Conference

The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Zululand hosted its second International Geographical Union Commission on African Studies (IGU CAS) conference from Monday, 17 June to Wednesday 19 June 2019 at the Peermont Umfolozi Casino and Resort. The nternational pool of academics descended into Kwazulu-Natal with an aim to engage and […]

Dr Khan Lands Opportunity to Attend Prestigious International School

Dr Khan Lands Opportunity to Attend Prestigious International School

Dr Khan Lands Opportunity to Attend Prestigious International School The month of July promises to be an educative period for Dr Malik Khan, a research fellow in the Department of Nanotechnology at the University of Zululand (UNIZULU), who will be attending the 8th International School for Energy for Materials and Sustainability (ISMES VIII) at the […]

New Arts Faculty Dean Appointed

New Arts Faculty Dean Appointed

Professor Mogomme A. Masoga, has earned his academic qualifications at various institutions in South Africa and is also a C2 rated researcher according to the National Research Foundation. He commenced his duties as Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Zululand on 1 June 2019. He comes with breadth and depth of […]

Academic on the Move – Professor Desan Iyer

Academic on the Move – Professor Desan Iyer

The University is on a growth trajectory which is evidenced by the distinct high calibre of both the academic and support staff recognition in various audiences locally and abroad. Professor Desan is an Associate Professor in the Law Department and the Deputy Dean, Teaching and Learning, in the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Law and […]

New PSD Director Ready to Tackle Security Matters at UNIZULU

New PSD Director Ready to Tackle Security Matters at UNIZULU

The University of Zululand is delighted to announce the appointment of Azwidowi Mukheli, Director in the Protection Services Department. Mukheli’s appointment came into effect on 1 June 2019 and reports directly to Prof Gideon De Wet, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation. Mukheli’s role entails the strategic leadership of the University of Zululand’s (UNIZULU) security portfolio, […]

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