Professor Nirmala Gopal was part of the National Skills Authority webinar series.

Humanities Academic part of National Skills Authority Webinar

Criminology academic Professor Nirmala Gopal of the School of Applied Human Sciences was part of the National Skills Authority (NSA) webinar series on Covid-19: Impact on Education, Skills Development and Training co-hosted by the Mail & Guardian newspaper.

Student bursary winners (from left) Ms Nonhlanhla Majola, Ms Nqobile Khanyile, Ms Zama Ngcobo and Ms Zinhle Nhlumayo.

East Coast Radio Bursaries for UKZN Students

Nine students from the Centre for Communication, Media and Society (CCMS) in the School of Applied Human Sciences (SAHS) received full tuition bursaries from East Coast Radio (ECR), KwaZulu-Natal’s leading commercial radio station.

Dr Patrick Bashizi Bashige Murhula and Professor Shanta B Singh

The COVID-19 Pandemic and its Impact on Gender-Based Violence: A Global Review

Around the world, there has been concern about the rise in the number of gender-based violence (GBV) cases as governments have placed their citizens under lockdown to avoid the spread of COVID-19. According to the United Nations Policy Brief (2020) on COVID-19, GBV is increasing exponentially due to economic and social stress, coupled with restricted

Dr Dane Arumugam and his son, Jadrian.

Father and Son Celebrate Graduation Together

It was a time for huge celebration in the Arumugam family when father, Dane, and son, Jadrian, were awarded post graduate degrees together at UKZN’s 2020 virtual graduation ceremony.