Month: November 2019

UNIZULU’S CMD SCOOPS AWARDS AT 2019 MACE

UNIZULU’S CMD SCOOPS AWARDS AT 2019 MACE

“A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail off to develop them into skills, and uses these skills to  accomplish his goals.”. This quote by Larry Bird was substantial during yesterday’s (28 November 2019) Marketing, Advancement and Communication in Education (MACE) Excellence Awards, when the University of Zululand’s (UNIZULU) Communications and […]

VC Acknowledges Star Performing Employees

VC Acknowledges Star Performing Employees

With the view of awarding employees who have contributed immensely to the service excellence and advancement of UNIZULU, the Vice-Chancellor Prof Xoliswa Mtose presented the inaugural Vice-Chancellor’s Appreciation Awards and luncheon to thank outstanding staff members at a ceremony held at the Council Chambers, KwaDlangezwa campus. These awards aimed at acknowledging UNIZULU staff who have […]

ZERO TOLERANCE TO CRIME AND ONLINE DEFAMATION

ZERO TOLERANCE TO CRIME AND ONLINE DEFAMATION

The University has been alerted about a recent post on social media. The perpetrator falsely claims that “marks are being sold at the University of Zululand”. The identity and twitter handle used by the perpetrator is known to the University. The University is reliably informed that one of those spreading the information is a former […]

Students participate in thought-provoking debate

Students participate in thought-provoking debate

Students participate in thought-provoking debate Robust talks on Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS), Culture and Science were discussed during the recently held student debate event in celebration of cultural diversity KwaDlangezwa campus. The event was in response to the call from UNIZULU’s Transformation Office which drives and promotes transformation between staff and students on issues such […]

TLC Acknowledges Student Peer Helpers and Tutors

TLC Acknowledges Student Peer Helpers and Tutors

UNIZULU’s Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC) recently held an event to acknowledge the student peer helpers and tutors for their outstanding dedication to providing support and assistance to students when needed, at KwaDlangezwa campus. TLC awarded the student peer helpers and tutors with certificates for their participation in development skills programmes offered to enhance their […]

UNIZULU Acknowledges its Staff for their Endearing Commitment

UNIZULU Acknowledges its Staff for their Endearing Commitment

UNIZULU has been hosting the long service awards as a boost towards improving employee satisfaction and engagement. They are a tool to recognise employees beyond tenure alone. This year’s awards were held on Wednesday 20th November at the University’s Bhekuzulu Hall. These awards further serve to acknowledge and appreciate the commitment made by staff members […]

Music Legend Honoured During Lecture

Music Legend Honoured During Lecture

The life and times of the late Professor Khabi Vivian Mngoma, an influential music legend and former lecturer of the University of Zululand (UNIZULU), were celebrated through an educative memorial lecture which was held at the King Bhekuzulu Hall on Monday, 18 November 2019. The event couldn’t have come at a more opportune time as […]

NOTICE TO APPLICANTS ON ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER

NOTICE TO APPLICANTS ON ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER

ALL APPLICANTS WHO HAVE BEEN MADE AN OFFER TO STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND IN 2020 ARE REQUIRED TO ACCEPT THE OFFERS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THEY MUST COMPLETE THE ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER FORM THAT IS AVAILABLE ON THE UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AT WWW.UNIZULU.AC.ZA COMPLETE IT AND SEND IT VIA EMAIL TO ADMISSIONS@UNIZULU.AC.ZA PLEASE WRITE […]

Famous Artist Dr Sibongile Khumalo visits UNIZULU

Famous Artist Dr Sibongile Khumalo visits UNIZULU

World-celebrated musician and UNIZULU alumna Dr Sibongile Khumalo recently paid students from the University’s Creative Arts Department a visit. The famous star sat down with the students in their arts auditorium and had in-depth discussions with the beaming young creatives. She advised the budding artists through lessons learned from her experiences in the entertainment industry. […]

South Africa must up its game and produce more teachers

South Africa must up its game and produce more teachers

A UNESCO report, which examined the number of teachers that each country needs, found that sub-Saharan Africa needs an additional 6,3 million teachers if it’s to attain universal primary education by 2030. The Centre for Development and Enterprise predicted that South Africa will need to have 456,000 teachers by 2025 to offer quality education. According […]

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