Since the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology’s announcement on the return of a maximum of one-third of the student population, UKZN leadership has been carefully planning for the event. The logistics and planning for the return of the students and staff are complex and has to be undertaken both carefully and systematically, especially […]

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Dear Students  The University of KwaZulu-Natal is receiving widespread concerns about a ’16 June Movement’ that is encouraging students to return to campus and occupy residences. As a University, we are obliged to comply with the regulations for higher education institutions under Lockdown Level 3. It is highly irresponsible and dangerous to public health for […]

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19 March 2020 COMMUNIQUÉ FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT RESIDENCE AFFAIRS TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS FOR VACATING STUDENTS FROM RESIDENCES Dear Students, On 18 March 2020, the Executive Management Committee (EMC) and the Student Representative Council (SRC) agreed that the University would provide transport for those students who are financially constrained at this time. Students residing at […]

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24 February 2020 VICE-CHANCELLOR’S COMMUNIQUÉ: UKZN: DISRUPTIONS WILL NOT DICTATE OUR FUTURE 20 February 2020 COMMUNIQUÉ – CORPORATE RELATIONS CURRENT SITUATION AT UKZN To Members of the UKZN Community The Management of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) abhors and strongly condemns the wanton acts of violence, intimidation and destruction of property, perpetuated by groups of […]

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