Author Archives: Thomson

UKZN Researcher Elected Society of Neuroscientists of Africa Representative

Dr Lihle Qulu. Human Physiology Lecturer and Neuroscientist based in UKZN’s School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences, Dr Lihle Qulu, has been selected as a Southern Hemisphere Region Representative for the Society of Neuroscientists of Africa (SONA). SONA, a non-profit organisation registered in Kenya, functions as the umbrella organisation for regional and national neuroscience… Read More »

Exploring the Cosmic Dawn!

UKZN research team members (from left) Mr Heiko Heilgendorff, Ms Ridhima Nunhokee, Dr Cynthia Chiang, and Mr Liju Philip. (Right) the team assembling the 70MHz antennae. A UKZN research team has returned from a trip to Marion Island in the sub-Antarctic Indian Ocean where they conducted work on Probing Radio Intensity at high-Z from the… Read More »

UKZN Helps Organise High-Level Leadership Symposium in Ethiopia

From left: Professor Damtew Teferra, Dr BeatriceNjenga, Associate Professor Wondwossen Tamrat,Dr Samuel Kifle, Dr Eva Egron-Polak andDr Mahama Ouedraogo. A high-level symposium sponsored by the Ethiopian Ministry of Education in association with several partners and sponsors, including UKZN’s Higher Education Training and Development Unit (HETD), was held in Addis Ababa. The symposium, which attracted about… Read More »

Umqeqeshi Wase-UKZN Ulekelele Ontwezayo Ukuba Anqobe Indondo Yegolide

Mr Siyabonga Shezi, uqeqeshe umhlengi wase-Scottburgh uMnu Jonathan Rorke. Click here for the English version Umfundi weziqu zeMastazi KwezeSayensi YokuVocavoca Umzimba Nokungcebeleka  uMnu Siyabonga Shezi uqeqeshe ongumhlengi wababhukudi wase-Scottburgh uMnu Jonathan Rorke lapho enqobe khona wahlabana ngendondo yegolide emqhudelwaneni i- General Tyre South African Lifesaving Championships. U-Rorke, ongumfundi e-Mangosuthu University of Technology, ugijime amamitha angama-90… Read More »

Africa Day 2023

Africa Day presents an opportunity for South Africans to reconnect and recommit themselves in support of all government interventions to develop a better Africa and a better world. Background Africa Day celebrates the day when the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), the precursor to the African Union (AU), was formed in 1963. It acknowledges the… Read More »