In the Media

 


Vol 3 No 2

The primary function of the UKZN Foundation is to provide an efficient and effective fundraising service that benefits all our stakeholders.  The Foundation provides a one stop shop for donors as well as undertakes all donor administration functions including providing tax certificates and providing the information necessary for BBBEE accreditation.  Potential and current donors are encouraged to give the gift of knowledge.  Read More

 

 

 

 


Vol 3 No 3

Universities across South Africa face a plethora of student funding challenges that need to be addressed.  As UKZN we rely on your generosity to facilitate the many projects we are currently engaged with.  It is common knowledge that an investment in education yields the best results for communities and society at large. Read More

 

 

 

 

 


Vol 3 No 4
The UKZN has an established track record of assisting companies and corporates to implement their corporate social investment plans in a measurable and sustainable manner. Read More
 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Willowton Group Supports 7 Agricultural Students

The Willowton Group made a difference in the lives of seven first year agricultural science students.  These students we accepted to study at UKZN in 2017.  However, they did not have access to funding when they enrolled.  The Willowton Bursary has made a huge difference in their lives.  According to Yonelisa Mbuzi “This Bursary will give me financial security to concentrate on studying towards my degree and achieving my career goals”.  Read More

 

 

 

 

 


ABSA Bank provides 252 students with access to higher education

ABSA Bank recently donated R 10 million rands to the UKZN to support financially needy students. The CEO scholarship fund seeks to invest in young South Africans who have performed academically yet cannot afford university fees and associated costs of study. Read More