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24 November 2021 COMMUNIQUÉ FROM THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR DIGITAL CERTIFICATES WEB – eCertificates and eAcademic Transcripts NOTICE TO THE SPRING 2021 GRADUATES Dear 2021 Graduates, Staff and Students, Congratulations on your achievement.  We take great pride in the completion of your studies, despite all the trials and tribulations of the COVID-19 pandemic and […]

Head of UKZN HR Division Graduates Achieves Master’s Degree

The Executive Director of Human Resources at UKZN, Dr Siphelele Zulu, graduated with a Master of Laws (LLM) degree following his research which examined whether the balance of probabilities was a fair and reasonable standard in deciding possible dismissal in misconduct cases or whether the legal framework regulating disciplinary hearings needed an overhaul. The question […]

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UKZN User Guide eCertification 3rd Party Portal UKZN User Guide eCertification Student Portal 26 May 2021 COMMUNIQUÉ FROM THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR DIGITAL CERTIFICATES WEB – eCertificates and eAcademic Transcripts NOTICE TO THE AUTUMN 2021 GRADUATES Dear 2021 Graduates, Staff and Students, Congratulations on your achievement.  We take great pride in the completion of […]

Meet UKZN’s Oldest 2021 Autumn Graduate

Bonginkosi Mshengu

Mr Bonginkosi Mshengu (69), this Graduation season’s oldest graduate at the University has been awarded a BA Honours degree in Political Science, realising his long-held desire of obtaining a postgraduate qualification. Mshengu, who decided to return to UKZN after halting his academic career more than 30 years ago, is proud of his achievement. ‘I feel […]

‘Blesser-Blessee’ Relationships Explored in Master’s Research

Understanding “blesser-blessee” relationships through the perspectives and experiences of students was the subject of a study by Ms Nomazulu Singata who graduated with a Master of Arts degree. Singata explored the attitudes of students towards those relationships – a social phenomenon which sees wealthy men and poorer women linked for material gain – the reasons […]

Research Investigates Intimate Partner Violence Against HIV Positive Women

Dr Felix Apiribu

Dr Felix Apiribu was awarded a PhD in Nursing for his research on Perpetration of Intimate Partner Violence against HIV Positive Women Following Status Disclosure: A Phenomenological Study in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Supervised by Professors Busisiwe Ncama and Sinegugu Evidence Duma, the study explored and described men’s perpetration of intimate partner violence (IPV) […]

Global Shapers Community Curator Graduates with PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Dr Clement-Agoni

Dr Clement Agoni, a member of the World Economic Forum’s initiative Global Shapers Community where he currently serves as its curator, graduated with a PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry for his study titled: Computer-Aided Approaches In Drug Design: The Exigent Way Forward: Dynamic Perspectives into the Mechanistic Activities of Small Molecule Inhibitors Toward Antiviral, Antitubercular and […]

Future Looks Bright for Young Mr Bright!

Tyrone Bright

Growing up roaming the hallowed halls of Mechanical Engineering at UKZN where his father was employed as an academic and being constantly surrounded by his dad’s robots and rockets, Masters graduate Tyrone Bright’s curiosity for how things work began at a young age. Bright’s father Professor Glen Bright is now Dean and Head of the […]

Lightning Detection System a Life-Saver for Rural Communities

Dr Maqsooda Mahomed’s postgraduate journey started with water.  ‘My honours and masters research focused on tackling challenges within the water cycle,’ said Mahomed. ‘I researched satellite earth observation data as an alternate way to obtain critical hydrological estimates for the effective management of droughts and for the allocation of water resources in South Africa.’ For […]