The Centre for Civil Society (CCS) at UKZN’s School of Built Environment and Development Studies recently hosted Professor Siphamandla Zondi, Political Sciences Department Head and Institute for Strategic and Political Affairs acting Head at the University of Pretoria

‘Hearing Africa Speak Again’

The Centre for Civil Society (CCS) at UKZN’s School of Built Environment and Development Studies recently hosted Professor Siphamandla Zondi, Political Sciences Department Head and Institute for Strategic and Political Affairs acting Head at the University of Pretoria. Zondi’s work is focused on African Political thought and agency, radical global south agency and international relations.

Architecture students seen with their chicken coops, created for the Green Camp gallery project.

Architecture students design & build chicken coops for Green Camp Gallery Project

Architecture students seen with their chicken coops, created for the Green Camp gallery project. Architecture students seen with their chicken coops, created for the Green Camp gallery project. Architecture students seen with their chicken coops, created for the Green Camp gallery project. Architecture students seen with their chicken coops, created for the Green Camp gallery

High achievers from the School of Built Environment & Development Studies. Clockwise from left: Ms Eliza Solis-Maart, Ms Lerato Moshoeshoe, Mr Mcebo Mafoyana and Mr Daniel Daruty De Grandpre

School of Built Environment and Development Studies hosts 2018 Achievement Awards

High achievers from the School of Built Environment & Development Studies. Clockwise from left: Ms Eliza Solis-Maart, Ms Lerato Moshoeshoe, Mr Mcebo Mafoyana and Mr Daniel Daruty De Grandpre. The School of Built Environment and Development Studies recently hosted its 2018 Student Achievement Awards function on the Howard College campus. The event honoured high academic

Celebrity Fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane graduated with her Bachelors degree in Housing and Town Planning.

Fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane graduates from UKZN

Celebrity Fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane graduated with her Bachelors degree in Housing and Town Planning. Celebrity fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane, also known as the FitnessBunnie, graduated with a bachelors degree in housing and town planning at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). She is a personal trainer who chronicled her journey to becoming a fitness icon on

Mrs Noloyiso Walingo graduates cum laude with her Masters in Development Studies.

Hard work pays off for Masters cum laude graduate

Mrs Noloyiso Walingo graduates cum laude with her Masters in Development Studies. The fruit of ones labor, evidently reveal the wonders of hard work. That was especially so for Mrs Noloyiso Walingo who graduated cum laude with a Master’s in Development Studies, specialising in Environmental Management. Her topic provided answers to questions that may have

Masters in Populations Studies graduate Ms Bontle Segobe.

Masters Graduate tackles whoonga & risky sexual behaviours in research

Masters in Populations Studies graduate Ms Bontle Segobe. University of KwaZulu-Natal master’s graduate, Ms Bontle Segobe, delved into the drug, whoonga, and the risky sexual behaviour associated with it. Segobe graduated with a master’s in Populations Studies following her research into substance abuse (whoonga) and risky sexual behaviour of drug addicts in Durban. ‘I chose

Ms Sihawukelwe Luthuli and her sister Mpumelelo graduate with their postgraduate degrees from UKZN.

Sisters graduate with postgraduate degrees from UKZN

Ms Sihawukelwe Luthuli and her sister Mpumelelo graduate with their postgraduate degrees from UKZN. It was double celebration for sisters Sihawukelwe and Mpumelelo Luthuli who graduated with their postgraduate degrees at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Sihawukelwe was awarded her Masters in Development Studies while Mpumelelo achieved her Bachelor of Science honours in geography and environmental

Centre for Civil Society, Development Studies graduates.

UKZN Centre for Civil Society, Development Studies students graduate with postgraduate degrees

Centre for Civil Society, Development Studies graduates The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Civil Society celebrated the success of seven students who graduated with postgraduate degrees from the Discipline of Development Studies. Centre Director, Dr Shauna Mottiar, supervised the students who researched various areas relating to civil society. Dr Kennedy Mugochi’s PhD research focused on

CCS hosts seminar on Jacques Pauw’s ‘The President’s Keepers’ Case

The Centre for Civil Society (CCS) within the School of Built Environment and Development Studies held its first seminar for 2018 in February. The seminar held in collaboration with the Right2Know Campaign (R2K) focused on the issue of ‘public interest’ in the context of the controversial book The President’s Keepers by Jacques Pauw. R2K has been invited to be amicus curiae