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Beauty and Leadership with a Purpose for DUT Students


In preparation and ahead of the Mr and Miss DUT competition, the Department of Student Governance and Development

DUT Drama Presents Spirit and Bones


Durban University of Technology and the Department of Drama and Production Studies proudly present Spirit and Bones,

Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision at DUT


The Durban University of Technology’s HIV/AIDS Centre, in conjunction with DramAIDE, invites members of the media

Uplifting the African Continent Through Research


South Africa’s National Research Foundation (NRF) and the Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) of Tanzania hosted the

DUT’s Information Centre


At the beginning of this year (January), Professor Rishi Balkaran, the Executive Dean of Management Sciences, in collaboration

Celebrating the “Year of China in South Africa”.


In the midst of the ongoing commemoration of the year 2015 which is the Year of China in

Guiding Medicine to Infinity and Beyond


Professor Jamila K Adam, the Head of Biomedical and Clinical Technology at the University, will have her inaugural

The Exciting World of Work


The Durban University of Technology’s Co-operative Education Department will host the World of Work (WoW) Career Drive

Discussing Developments in Broadcasting


The Durban University of Technology’s City Campus recently hosted the National Association of Broadcasting (NAB) Seminar

DUT Student’s New Film into Marriage by Abduction


Jabu Dlamini, a Durban University of Technology Business Administration Master’s student will officially be launching

Making Life Easier in the First Year


Being a first-year student at university level is a big adjustment from high school, and to help students

DUT Drama Student Turning Heads


DUT Drama and Production Studies third year student Farréll Drew recently staged his suspense-driven production

Accelerating Development Through Research


The eThekwini Municipality extended its partnership with the universities in the region by renewing its commitment to

Mandela Legacy Lives On


In keeping the Nelson Mandela legacy alive, DUT’s Midlands Student Services, together with the Msunduzi Municipality

Giving Pupils Life Skills


Nineteen pupils from various schools in KwaZulu-Natal were recently given the opportunity to participate in the

Save Tomorrow Today


DUT students who are part of the University’s Green Campus Initiative (DUT GCI), together with staff from the

DUT Video Tech Students Up for Awards


Two third year Video Technology students from DUT have been nominated in the Best Student Film category in

DUT Writing Centre Gives 67 Minutes for Madiba


Staff from the Durban University of Technology’s Writing Centre devoted 67 minutes of their time in celebration of

Commemorating Nelson Mandela Day


The Durban University of Technology Community will on Friday, 17 July 2015 and on Saturday, 18 July 2015,

DUT GCI and RadioDUT Launch Green Wednesday


The Durban University of Technology’s Green Campus Initiative (GCI) and RadioDUT have launched the Green Wednesday

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