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2019 Parents’ Day

The Acting Vice-Chancellor and Principal
of the University of KwaZulu-Natal
Professor Nana Poku
cordially invites
you to
PARENTS’ DAY
(Parents and Guardians only)
on
Saturday, 26 January 2019
at

09h00-11h00
in the following venues
Discipline/s Venue
• Law

Howard College Theatre,

Howard College Campus,
UKZN

• Accounting, Economics & Finance
• Management, Information
Technology & Governance
T1 & T3, T-Block,
Westville Campus, UKZN

• Accounting, Economics & Finance
• Law
• Management, Information
Technology & Governance
C12 & C1, Commerce Building,
75th Anniversary Avenue,
Pietermaritzburg Campus, UKZN

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