At this year’s #SATNAC2023 conference, Wandile T Mnyandu, a promising first-year MSc candidate from the University of Zululand, presented his work-in-progress poster. 📊 Poster Title: Software Defined Networks for South African Public Schools ICT Infrastructure. This research holds the potential to revolutionize ICT infrastructure… Read More
The UNIZULU Computer Science department hosted a roadshow, where the representatives from the Data Intensive Research Initiative of South Africa (DIRISA) presented the services that they offer event took place on 19th June 2023. DIRISA has a National Research Data… Read More
Tumelo Mtshali, a 19-year-old who went to Sarel Cilliers Hoërskool in Glencoe, KwaZulu-Natal, has chosen to embark on his journey towards becoming a computer scientist with the University of Zululand (UNIZULU). The first-time entering student enrolled for a Bachelor of… Read More
Cybersecurity is the method and set of tools used to defend electronic systems, communication systems, software platforms, and sensitive information against online threats. The word “cyber-attacks” is generic and refers to many different things, but some of the most well-known… Read More
Dr Ayotuyi Tosin Akinola (36), a University of Zululand (UNIZULU) PhD graduate, has made a valuable contribution to the computer science field by finding a simple solution to the common challenge of interference during the flow of data within a… Read More
Students from the University of Zululand’s (UNIZULU) Computer Science Department are in celebratory mode after being placed third in the Data Intensive Research Initiative of South Africa (DIRISA) Student Datathon Challenge.
The DIRISA student datathon is a competition that aims to showcase how open research data can be used to develop creative and innovative solutions to some of South Africa’s problems.
Sinaye Sotatshe, a third-year Computer
Science student from the University of
Zululand (UNIZULU), has been placed
in the top 10 of the international Cloud
Organised by Zaio in Cape Town, the
coding gameshow aimed to find the best
team in the world. Upon successfully
qualifying to participate in the hackathon,
Sotatshe was paired with Durban-
based software developer Ronica
Singh for the challenge.
Congratulations to 2020 SAISIT Pioneer Awardee, Prof Matthew Adigun of UNIZULU for promoting Computer Science & IT as academic discipline in SA. Who initiated Computer Science Department at University of Zululand and dept has grown tremendously since 1999.
Mr Smangaliso Mnguni a Computer Science second year Master’s student was in group students that showcased their project at Department of Science and Innovation. More info
Quick question: What’s the buzz term for 2019. If the Fourth Industrial Revolution(4IR) does not come to mind, then know rock you’ve been hiding under! UNIZULU # tag magazine . To download