Honours student in Drama and Performing Arts Kwanele Nyembe was...Keep Reading...
Honours student in Drama and Performing Arts Kwanele Nyembe was named the 2022 National Poetry Slam Champion during UKZN’s Poetry Africa Festival. Nyembe, who won a cumulative prize of R22
Honours students in film and media studies (School of Arts) hosted, filmed, and live-streamed an event at the Howard College Theatre to celebrate language and culture focusing on isiZulu under
The Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities has proudly announced that Mr Xabiso Vili is the 2022 World Slam Poetry Champion for his poem Forget How
Prof. Nobuhle Hlongwa
Dean & Head of School
Welcome Message From the Dean
The School Arts at the University of KwaZulu-Natal is internationally known for its excellence in Research, Teaching and Learning, and Community Engagement. It boasts a substantial number of internationally recognised researchers,
NRF-rated scholars and scholars with international recognition for their excellence in Teaching and Learning. Their academic books as well as other academic publications are well prescribed across South Africa, the African
continent and internationally.
With the merger between the former University of Natal and the University of Durban-Westville, this reputation was enhanced because it brought together some of the most senior researchers and academics in the country in one school.
The school offers excellent programmes and courses that are well known nationally and internationally. Every year we receive a fair component of local but also international students – both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels – due to the high-level quality of our research as well as the international reputation of our academics… CONT. READING