Microsoft Accessibility Features Demo for Improved Remote Teaching and Learning

Mr Mohamed Sahib UKZN’s School of Management, Information Technology and Governance in partnership with Microsoft South Africa hosted a virtual Microsoft accessibility features demo to assist students and academics with distance learning, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The demo was facilitated by Mr Mohamed Sahib, Classroom Success Manager at Microsoft in Education. Sahib has eight

A woman of many talents

A woman of many talents Chemical engineer and Entrepreneur, Ms Thandi Ngxongo at her new restaurant Chemical engineer and Entrepreneur Ms Thandi Ngxongo follows her passion all the way, whether it’s in the technical field of the petroleum retail industry or in the food industry. ‘I have a very high risk appetite. I am fearless

PhD candidate challenges women to create their own economic opportunities

PhD candidate challenges women to create their own economic opportunities Founder of Bantu Developments and Consulting, Ms Ayanda Makhaye ‘We live in a country where the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment is our primary mission. The solution requires our collective wisdom to change the status quo. This is especially relevant for many women

UKZN academic part of reviewers of a new book highlighting the power of African women in shaping the future

UKZN academic part of reviewers of a new book highlighting the power of African women in shaping the future UKZN Academic, Ms Lindiwe “Malindi” Kunene. For South Africans, storytelling is an integral part of preserving history. Being part of a panel to review an important publication featuring the stories of ordinary women – and the