UKZN registrar resigns from university

2014-12-02 00:00

THE University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) yesterday announced the resignation of its registrar, Convy Baloyi.

Baloyi has informed the chancellor’s office of his desire to leave the University with effect from December 24.

Baloyi has been with the university for 11 months and has cited numerous pressing family reasons for his ­departure, one of which is in his words “a pressing family responsibility I cannot delegate”.

UKZN’s executive director of corporate relations, Lesiba Seshoka, said “the university appreciates the contributions Baloyi has made and wishes him well for the future”.

According to Seshoka, Baatile Poo, ­director of student academic administration, will act as registrar from ­January 1, 2015.


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