UKZN Celebrates Academic Excellence at SAICA Awards Ceremony

… Click here for isiZulu version Top achieving students in the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance were recognised for their academic excellence at the annual UKZN – South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) Students’ Awards Ceremony. The virtual prize giving ceremony saw 34 awards being bestowed on first, second, third-year and postgraduate students

Three-Minute Thesis Competition!

… The College of Law and Management Studies (CLMS) has hosted a Three-Minute Thesis (3-MT) competition for its PhD students. The contest will also take place later this year in UKZN’s other Colleges with all the winners and runners-up then going forward to compete for a place in a national competition. UKZN was invited by

National Treasury Delivers 2020 Budget Presentation at UKZN

… Consolidation, reform and growth formed the basis for discussions during the National Treasury’s 2020 Budget presentation hosted by the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance (SAEF). National Treasury Directors of the Budget Process, Mr Steven Kenyon and Mr Andisile Best, explained to the gathering how the 2020 budget was designed, taking into consideration South

Academic Recognised for Teaching and Learning Excellence

… School of Accounting, Economics and Finance lecturer, Dr Msizi Mkhize received the Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award at the 2019 Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa (HELTASA) conference held at Rhodes University in Grahamstown. The awards are presented for excellence in teaching and learning in Higher Education and to generate

SAEF Recognises Staff Excellence

… The School of Accounting, Economics and Finance (SAEF) hosted an event to recognise professional and academic staff for their hard work, dedication and positive impact. Speaking at the gathering, Dean and Head of the School, Professor Mabutho Sibanda said the awards are tailored in line with the strategic goals of the University to recognise

UKZN Helps Matric Pupils Prepare for Final Exams

… More than 700 Grade 12 pupils from KwaZulu-Natal high schools benefitted from an Accounting examination workshop run by the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance as part of its mission to produce more African chartered accountants. A programme, initiated by UKZN’s Dr Msizi Mkhize in 2015, offers a free Accounting workshop to matric learners