University of KwaZulu-Natal

Cyber law: Which county’s legislation should SA align with?

International cyber crime, trade wars raise challenges in legislation and prosecution, say UKZN researchers.


Cyber law and governance in the cyber crime age

Most legislation regarding cyberspace falls within the ambit of privacy or criminal law, but it remains a challenge when nation states are involved.


Failed UKZN rocket test launch a 'learning experience'

The science and technology department will continue supporting the university's efforts to launch a sounding rocket, saying it remains important to local engineering.


UKZN rocket readies for lift off

The University of KwaZulu-Natal prepares to test-launch a sounding rocket in the Western Cape.


New HIRAX telescope to explore dark energy, radio flashes

SA launches HIRAX, a multimillion-rand radio telescope that will help the country take the lead in the new age of radio astronomy and scientific exploration.

Jan 24, 2018

UKZN student makes maths lessons fun, affordable

A Web-based app uses AI technology to assist high school and university students better understand mathematics.


SA's solar cars head to world challenge

The Hulamin and Sirius X25 are set to compete at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia this month.


KZN university deploys OCLC system

The University of KwaZulu-Natal implemented OCLC's WorldShare Management Services in its library. [Local rep: Sabinet Online]


University of KZN deploys OCLC solution

The University of Kwazulu-Natal is using OCLC WorldShare Management Services as its cloud-based library management system.


Seniors ready for electronic banking

South African senior citizens will embrace e-banking services if their security concerns are allayed, a survey finds.


How you pay for US wars

Despite mass unemployment and overstrained educational infrastructure, your tax money is paying for the next generation of American war machines.

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