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The Road Ahead for Africa & China Through OBOR


Issues of tourism, peace, security, culture, the environment and terrorism in Africa dominated talks that formed part of

One Belt, One Road Conference Kicks Off


The One Belt, One Road (OBOR) and a prosperous Africa conference kicked off this afternoon (Thursday, 19 November

Dental Technology Breakthrough Thanks to Lowly Eggshell


In search for an innovative and cost effective alternative to pumice, which is used in the polishing of

China-Africa Development Strategy Experts to Converge at DUT


The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), in partnership with the China Institute of International Studies (CIIS), the Durban

Drama and Production Studies Students and Staff Honoured


In honouring the work done by both students and its personnel, the Department of Drama and Production studies

DUT Creates Prosthetic Arm for KZN Amputee


Unaware of her diabetic condition, University of Zululand (Unizulu) staff member, Phindile Mthiyane (43), had no choice but

YOUNG AMPUTEE MAKING IT AGAINST ALL ODDS


Mfundo Shozi is a 23-year-old young author, motivational speaker and entrepreneur. Born in Umlazi, Durban, Shozi was raised

Students Showcase Designs


The Durban University of Technology’s Clothing Management third-year students recently showcased their stunning designs and did exceptional…

Shange Makes “Win a Home” Top 3


DUT’s Interior Design graduate, Sifiso Shange’s deep passion for design, art and creativity has landed him in the

Life Challenges Behind Phakamani’s Book


When the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) didn’t pay his full fees, Phakamani Ntimbane thought of other

DUT Statement on Lauretta Gloria Ngcobo’s Passing


The Durban University of Technology is saddened by the passing of writer, literary figure and activist, Lauretta Gloria

Creating a Youth Empowerment Model for Peaceful Schools


With ongoing reports on the increase in school violence, Fathima Dewan, a Peace Building PhD student and lecturer

Vote for Sesethu!


With just three years since discovering her interest in modelling, 18-year-old Sesethu Tswane, a Dental Assisting student at

DISCUSSING ACADEMIC LITERACY AND STUDENTS’ NEED


The Durban University of Technology’s Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching’s (CELT) Symposium concluded with success on

Durban AgriHack Challenge Applications Now Open


The Durban University of Technology and the International Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Co-operation (CTA) invite all

DUT Staff Awards Closing Date Extension


The Durban University of Technology has extended the nomination submission deadline of its Staff Awards to Wednesday, 11

Discussing Transformation, Vital at Universities


In light of the recent student protest action at universities around South Africa and its significance for teaching

Academic Excellence Recognised


The Durban University of Technology’s Department of Food and Nutrition Consumer Sciences hosted its annual awards ceremony where

LEARNING AND TEACHING PRACTICES ASSESSED AT DUT


The Durban University of Technology’s Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) Symposium got underway today (Wednesday,

Building Skills Within Retail Sector


DUT’s Cane Growers Hall, ML Sultan Campus, was packed to capacity during the recent graduation ceremony of students

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