Webinar: Report Writing for African Ombudsman by Professor Thuli Madonsela and Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane

2020-08-14 - 2020-08-14

To All Stakeholders You are cordially invited to a free webinar on Report Writing for African Ombudsman. Presenter and Facilitator for the English Session: Professor Thuli Madonsela, Former Public Protector, South Africa Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane, Public Protector, South Africa Presenter and Facilitator for the French Session: Mrs Alima Traoré, Former Mediator, Burkina Faso Edouard Nduwimana, […]

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Webinar: Emancipation from Within

2020-08-11 - 2020-08-11

You are cordially invited to a free webinar courtesy of UKZN Extended Learning Women’s Month Series, ‘Emancipation from within’. Presenter for the session:Ms Zinhle Mpungose, Executive Manager: Group Transformation & Change at Transnet SOC Ltd, Johannesburg Date: Tuesday, 11 August 2020 Time: 10h00 – 11h00 See attached invitation for more information and RSVP here: https://bit.ly/2DgzcZX […]

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Imbila Yalezela Umsila Ngokuyalezela Music Concert, 7 August 2020 at 13h30

2020-08-05 - 2020-08-08

Once again the University of KwaZulu-Natal (School of Arts) proudly presents to you the African Music and Dance 3A Lunch Hour Concerts. Do not miss out this show titled “IMBILA YASWELA UMSILA NGOKUYALEZELA” which means as a person you must not rely on other people to do things that are primarily your responsibility. The concert […]

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Music Unlocked Sessions: Guitars for Africa

2020-07-29 - 2020-07-29

The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music (UKZN) and iSupport Creative Business are proud to present a guitar concert to raise funds for the Rainbow Restaurant and Jazz Club in Pinetown. The online concert will take place as part of the regular Unlocked Music Sessions on Wednesday 29 July at 18h00, tickets are R80 and […]

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GSB&L Virtual Open Day 2020

2020-07-25 - 2020-07-25

Dear Prospective Postgraduate Student The world may have changed, but the best way to navigate your way to success is still a postgraduate qualification designed to inspire greatness. Join us for a Virtual Open Day with our lecturers, industry experts and current postgraduate students who will provide insights into our offerings on Saturday, 25 July […]

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College of Humanities Webinar on Understanding and Responding to GBV in a Time of COVID-19 and Beyond

2020-07-22 - 2020-07-22

The University of KwaZulu-Natal presents the 6th in a series of Public Webinars hosted by the College of Humanities UNDERSTANDING AND RESPONDING TO GENDER BASED VIOLENCE IN A TIME OF COVID-19 AND BEYOND: NEW STRATEGIES FOR NEW TIMES?   PRESENTERS: DR TLALENG MOFOKENG (Commissioner, Commission for Gender Equality)MS LISA VETTEN (University of the Witwatersrand), Gender […]

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Webinar: University Capabilities: Classroom Courses to COVID-19 Curricula

2020-07-21 - 2020-07-21

The COVID-19 pandemic has transmuted teaching and learning ominously, imposing histrionic conversion on time-honoured university traditions. Traditional in person classes have evolved into socially constructed online classes, signified by synchronous and asynchronous learning and teaching approaches. Academics have expeditiously operationalised online curricula, teaching via Zoom, Microsoft teams and Skype classrooms. COVID-19 has compelled forward-thinking technological […]

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Webinar: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Tourism Industry and its Recovery and Strategy Forward

2020-07-15 - 2020-07-15

Tourism is a major driver of jobs and growth in South Africa. However, COVID-19 has dramatically changed this. The impact on tourism enterprises and workers, the majority being young women, is unprecedented. The tourism industry has been hit hard by the necessary measures taken to contain the pandemic, and it seems unlikely that the sector […]

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College of Humanities Webinar on Teacher Well-being: Coping Mechanisms to Deal with the Consequences of Covid-19

2020-07-14 - 2020-07-14

The University of KwaZulu-Natal presents the 5th in a series of Public Webinars hosted by the College of Humanities TEACHER WELL-BEING: COPING MECHANISMS TO DEAL WITH THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC   PRESENTERS: Professor Lesley Wood (North-West University)Mrs Miriam Arnold (Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research, Germany)Dr Rebecca Collie (University of New South Wales, Australia)Mr Ndabenhle […]

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College of Humanities Webinar on Helping Children to Cope with their Fears about COVID-19

2020-07-08 - 2020-07-08

The University of KwaZulu-Natal presents the 4th in a series of Public Webinars hosted by the College of Humanities HELPING CHILDREN TO COPE WITH THEIR FEARS ABOUT COVID-19   PRESENTERS: Professor Dipane Hlalele (University of KwaZulu-Natal) Shifting learning spaces during the COVID-19 disruption Professor Jace Pillay (University of Johannesburg) How to help children cope with […]

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