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Make A Positive Contribution on Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day in South Africa is historically linked with 21 March 1960, and the events of Sharpeville.

ICON Plans To Create A Peace Forest For Local Community

Creating a place that is a sanctuary for both people and nature is the aim of the International

Durban University of Technology to Inaugurate New Chancellor

The Durban University of Technology (DUT) will host the inauguration and investiture of its new Chancellor, Ms Nonkululeko

Shakespeare with A Difference!  

An African Shakespeare The Taming of the Shrew is still on at the Durban University of Technology’s Courtyard Theatre until 17 March

DUT and Labour Unions Sign Agreement to End Staff Strike

Yesterday, 15 March 2018, the Durban University of Technology (DUT) management and the three labour unions (NEHAWU, TENUSA

DUT Registration Progress for 2018

The registration of first-year students from the various faculties at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) is on

Prestigious Nomination for DUT Lecturer’s Innovative Desk

Durban University of Technology’s Interior Design graduate and part-time lecturer, Siyanda Mbele’s “Mvelo Desk” recently scored a nomination…

Students and Staff happy to be back at DUT

After eight weeks of the staff strike, the Durban University of Technology students and staff are delighted to

DUT to Host Wellness Sports Day for First Year Students

More than 600 first year students are expected to be part of The Durban University of Technology’s Wellness

Zakhele Jiyane is Vodacom’s new head for Mpumalanga region

Zakhele Jiyane is a business leader and a highly skilled engineer with two decades of working experience. The

Top Accolade for DUT Student at Furniture Design Competition Awards

Durban University of Technology’s Interior Design student, Lwazi Mshibe’s perseverance paid off, following his announcement as the winner

DUT Hosts Renowned Linguists to Promote Indigenous Languages

Renowned Actress, Producer and Author, Florence Masebe believes that preservation and promotion of indigenous languages can be achieved

Dr Machi is Determined to Drive Sustainability of DUT

Dr Isaac Machi is confident that he has acquired sufficient experience and expertise, which will assist him to

Lisanne Lazarus flys DUT Flag High at Tropika Island

The confident, beautiful and charismatic Lisanne Lazarus is flying the Durban University of Technology (DUT) flag high as

Pi Day

March 14, 2018 happens on a Wednesday this year. The Americans denote this calendar day as 3.14 not

DUT Drama Production Highlights Gender Equality Through Shakespearean Play

The Durban University of Technology’s Professor Debbie Lutge and 12 Drama and Production studies students are ready to

Deputy Minister Led Intervention Makes a Major Breakthrough on the Labour Impasse at DUT

Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister, Mr Buti Manamela was confident that the salary impasse at the Durban

Suspension of DUT Strike

All lectures will commence on Monday 5 March 2018 Student registration for 2018 is still continuing Suspension of

A step closer to getting our students back in class

A step closer to getting our students back in class


The Vice Chancellor, Prof Mthembu presented recommendations to the EXCO of Council on the way forward for Unions to suspend or end the strike and for…

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