The University of Zululand (UNIZULU) has welcomed 2014 first time entry students. The new students have committed themselves to finish their studies on record time and to go out and make their positive contribution to the world.
A Zimbabwean student, Takudzwa Musvavairi (21) doing Bachelor of Laws (LLB) said he was grateful to be in the country and to study at UNIZULU. “I am happy to be one of those who have a chance to study in this good historical university,” he said.
Badana Ntanganedzeni (19) from Limpopo, Thoyondou doing a BSc in Hydrology and Geography said she was looking forward to completing her studies in record time and go back home to support her family.
Western Cape’s Zama Dyasi (19) is doing a BSc in Chemistry and Biochemistry. She promised to do her best to realize her dream. Dyasi also said that she loves nature and this part of the province allows her to appreciate nature.
Qalaba Masonwabe a B Com Accounting student said he was pleased to pursue his studies at the institution. “When I was growing up I had a dream to study here and now I’m happy to fulfil my goal and see it becoming true.”
A total of 4095 first time entry students have been registered. A total of 15487 returning students were registered on 17 February 2014. The University welcomes the future leaders and wish them well with their studies.
Pictured: Takudzwa Musvavairi, Badana Ntanganedzeni, Chaebwa Kwesela, Mutize Nengo; Zama Dyasi, Qalaba Masonwabe