BCom Student Publishes Her First Book

Third-year Bachelor of Commerce in Supply Chain and Marketing student, Ms Kwanele Motha has published her first book. The self-published work of fiction titled Dark Secrets tells the tale of a young girl, daughter of a well-known business man who is involved in an accident, resulting in memory loss. She is sent overseas by her

School of Accounting, Economics and Finance Academics Graduate with PhDs

Academics in the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Drs Mishelle Doorasamy, Peter Moores-Pitt, Bomi Nomlala and Charmaine Lathleiff graduated with their PhDs. Doorasamy’s study was titled: Adoption of Material Flow Cost Accounting Practices for Improving Resource Efficiencies in the South African Sugar Industry. The study was supervised by Dr Bruce Rhodes. ‘South Africa’s sugar

Break from Professional Soccer Pays off for Masters Graduate

Former Lamontville Golden Arrows midfielder and LLB graduate Mr Njabulo Lucky Sithole graduated with his Masters of Commerce in Maritime Studies. The soccer star who traded his football career for one in Law, is exploring his love for maritime studies and the ocean economy in his job at Bidfreight Port Operations (Bidvest). ‘When I was

UKZN Lecturers receive Masters in Accountancy Degrees

‘This achievement comes with great hard work and dedication. Their credentialing is a fruition of the School’s strategic goal to ensure that all academic staff possess higher qualifications by the end of 2021; and we are on track to achieve this goal.’ So said Dean and Head of the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance,