From left to right: Professors Nhlanhla Mkhize, Labby Ramrathan, Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa, and Johannes A. Smit.

Launch of the Alternation African Scholarship Book Series (AASBS)

The first four volumes of the Alternation African Scholarship Book Series (AASBS) were launched, as part of 24th Time of the Writer Festival Coffee Club Series, hosted by the College of Humanities.  These four volumes focus on research related to the impacts of COVID-19 on academia. The session was moderated by Professor Relebohile Moletsane, Pro-Vice-Chancellor

The LGBTI virtual contextual Bible study collaboration.

UKZN hosts LGBTI Virtual Contextual Bible Study

The Gender and Religion Programme and the Ujamaa Centre within UKZN’s School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics partnered with Inclusive and Affirming Ministries (IAM) to host a virtual Contextual Bible Study with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people from across South Africa that are engaging in lived realities during the COVID-19 crisis. 

Advocate Mahomed Vahed (centre) with UKZN students and lecturer Dr Heidi Matisonn (back row, far right).

Young Leaders Academy Workplace Readiness Programme

Students from the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics participated in the Young Leaders Academy (YLA) Workplace Readiness Programme led by the CEO of Iqraa Trust Dr Mahmoud Youssef-Baker, and YLA’s Advocate Mahomed Vahed.