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Graduates honoured virtually

YESTERDAY was a huge milestone for many University of KwaZulu-Natal graduates with the Virtual Spring Graduation ceremony.

While there was no donning of gown and hood, nor the walk across the stage to be conferred, 1781 graduates took time out to celebrate their achievements.

Judie Magura, (wild rosemary plant) in human breast cancer and showcased the potency of nanotechnologicallymodified flavonoids isolated from the plant.

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