The University of KwaZulu-Natal hosted the 2018 American African European (AAE) Summer School.

American African European Summer School Hosted at UKZN

UKZN’s College of Law and Management Studies hosted the 2018 American African European (AAE) Summer School at which Professor Betty Mubangizi, former Dean and Head of the School of Management, Information Technology and Governance officially welcomed students, staff members, and guests. The theme was Responsible and Sustainable Management of Innovation in Urban and Global Contexts.

Front from left: Professor Moggie Subban, Professor Betty C Mubangizi and Ms Dianne Sennoga. Back from left: Dr John Sokfa, Mr Jabulani Nyawo, Dr Sybert Mutereki, Mr Tshililo Farisani, Dr Bongani Qwabe and Dr Elvin Shava.

All Systems Go for SARChI Chair in Sustainable Local Livelihoods

The first NRF-DST Research Chair in Sustainable Local (Rural) Livelihoods in the College of Law and Management Studies Professor Betty Mubangizi recently shared her vision and strategic direction for the next five years with her team. The aim of the Research Chair in Sustainable Local (rural) Livelihoods based at the College’s School of Management, Information Technology

UKZN Enactus member, Mr Muhle Ndwalane, arriving in California for the Enactus World Cup.

Virtual Reality Experiences in USA for UKZN Student

Third-year Information Systems and Technology student, Mr Muhle Ndwalane, got a once in a lifetime opportunity of exploring the practical applications of virtual reality during his recent trip to the home of start-up and global technology companies in Silicon Valley, California. As an executive member of Enactus UKZN, Ndwalane represented the University at the Enactus

The cover of the book: Handbook of Research on Information and Cyber Security in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

KZN Academics and Postgrad Students Contribute to Cybersecurity Handbook

A UKZN academic has produced a book aimed at creating awareness about the threat and danger of cyber information crime. Titled: Handbook of Research on Information and Cyber Security in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the book by Ziska Fields, an Associate Professor at the Discipline of Management and Entrepreneurship, is a scholarly resource featuring chapters written

Mr Abdulbaqi Badru graduates cum laude for his Master of Commerce in Information Systems and Technology.

Staffer Graduates Cum Laude

UKZN Masters student, Mr Abdulbaqi Badru, graduated cum laude at the University’s 2018 Spring Graduation ceremonies. Badru, who is currently working at the University as an IT Support Consultant, received his Master of Commerce (cum laude) in Information Systems and Technology. Titled: Managing IT Outsourcing (ITO) Risks: The Case of Large Organisations in South Africa, Badru’s study

PhD in Administration graduate, Dr McBride Nkhalamba, with his supervisor, Dr Fayth Ruffin (third from left), and his family.

PhD Graduate Passionate About Evidence-Based Africanisation of Regional Governance in Southern Africa

During his studies, PhD in Administration graduate Dr McBride Nkhalamba balanced his doctoral studies involving a three-country case study with a hectic work and family schedule – all while living on two continents. Nkhalamba’s current appointment as the Head of Research Methodology and Development for the African Union’s African Peer Review Mechanism involves providing strategic leadership

Reverend Collen Bongani Sibiya who graduated with a PhD in Public Administration.

PhD in Public Administration for Reverend

Balancing his duties as the Director of Human Resource Development at the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in KwaZulu-Natal and the leader of Pietermaritzburg’s Rock of Life Movement Church has been quite a juggling act for PhD in Public Administration graduate Reverend Collen Bongani Sibiya. ‘Studying became a large part of my life as

Ms Roshilla Sahadeo (right) celebrating her award with her supervisor, Professor Mogie Subban.

UKZN Doctoral Scholarship for iLembe Health District Deputy Director

The Deputy Director responsible for Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation at the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health, iLembe District, Ms Roshilla Sahadeo, is currently in the second-year of reading for a doctoral degree in Public Administration which is funded through the UKZN Doctoral Research Scholarship that is awarded to a maximum of only four top PhD candidates

From left: Professor Maxwell Phiri, Dr Mfazo Cliford Madondo and Professor Brian McArthur.

UKZN Academics Present Research at Italian Conference

Several School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academics presented papers at the recent 17th European Conference on Research Methodology (ECRM) for Business and Management Studies. The academics were Professor Maxwell Phiri, Dr Mfazo Cliford Madondo, Professor Brian McArthur and Dr Andrisha Beharry Ramraj. The international conference, which took place at the University of Roma TRE,