Postgraduate students were recently treated to an educative induction during which they received pearls of wisdom regarding how to conduct efficient postgraduate research. Held online, the session was organised by the Research and Innovation Office with a view of shedding light on the tools required for a postgraduate student to successfully complete their research. To […]
Month: March 2022
UNIZULU Launches MANDELA with Partners
The University of Zululand (UNIZULU) in collaboration with the universities of Western Cape (UWC) and York recently launched the Modern African Nuclear Detector Laboratory (MANDELA) in a hybrid form. MANDELA, an acronym created by students, contains equipment funded by the The Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF ) project called […]
Are Africans also entitled to human rights?
Human rights are inherent in human nature. Without human rights, people cannot live a normal life. These inherent rights enable people to fully develop and deploy the human capacity of intelligence and conscience to meet various spiritual, material, social, and other needs. Human rights are based on humankind’s demand for life, in which the inherent […]
The Everywhereness and Everydayness of Poetry: A Global Celebration
OPINION PIECE: Nelson S. Ratau lecturer in the Faculty of Arts :Department of English A global celebration of poetry should not be a one-day event or mood, but a daily act of tribute to one of the most truth-telling, pungent art forms. Poetry is an everyday impulse; it is always there, in the air. It […]
FACULTY OF ARTS HOSTED A HEARTFELT RETIREES FAREWELL
The University of Zululand, Faculty of Arts hosted a Retirees Farewell lunch on Friday, 18 March as a gesture of appreciation to staff members who have been loyal and who served the University with distinction until retirement. The proceedings were vivaciously steered by Professor Shokane from the Faculty of Arts Deanery. The Dean Faculty of […]
EXPERT OPINION: ReImagine! RePurpose!and ReDiscover!
South African Library Week:14-18 March 2022 Library and Information Association (LIASA) is celebrating South African Library Week (SALW) for the 20th time in 2022, with the theme ReImagine! RePurpose! ReDiscover! LIASA through its diverse membership is driving the process to make SA Library Week a celebration of our country’s intellectual and literacy heritage. Libraries across […]
World Glaucoma Week 2022
6 to 12 March World Glaucoma Week is a joint initiative between the World Glaucoma Association and the World Glaucoma Patient Association and has had a highly successful run for the past 10 years. We need your help in making World Glaucoma Weeks successful and creating greater glaucoma awareness, so please: Involve your glaucoma patients […]