UNIZUL: Graduation ceremony today

2010-05-20 00:00

THREE-DAY-LONG graduation celebrations begin at the University of Zululand (UniZul) today.

The university, whose main campus is at Kwadlangezwa, south of Empangeni, is expected to confer 14 docto­ral degrees, 32 masters degrees and a substantial number of honours and bachelor’s degrees on thousands of graduates.

Graduates of the faculties of commerce, administration, law, science and agriculture are expected to predominate at the first ceremony.

University of South Africa pro vice chancellor Professor Mandla Makhanya will be the guest speaker.

The degrees will be conferred by Transport Minister S’bu Ndebele, the new chancellor.

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