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German and SA Scientists Meet at DUT  


The Durban University of Technology will on Thursday, 28 May 2015, host the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) which will

Strengthening Human Rights Through Art


DUT recently opened the Art of Human Rights collection exhibition at the University’s Art Gallery at the Steve

Building a Nonviolent World


Journeys to Peace, an international conference, set to be held at DUT from 18-20 September 2015, at the University’s

Making a Tangible Difference


In supporting the University’s strategic outlook on community engagement, the DUT Health Sciences Faculty recently

Top Billing for DUT’s Terrence Bray


Terrence, a DUT Fashion Design Lecturer who graduated from the University’s Fashion Department in 1995 has established

Honoring Africa


President Jacob Zuma yesterday (25 May 2015) led the country’s Africa Day celebrations under the theme We are

Preventing Violence Through Dialogue


Resolving conflict through mediation and dialogue dominated the Durban Leadership session

Supporting War Against Xenophobia


In doing its bit towards the war on xenophobia, the Ecotourism Department in the University’s Midlands Centre recently

Students Reflect on Bill of Rights


Addressing the country’s social ills, DUT students, together with Art for Humanity and the International Centre for Non

“Excel Constantly”, Sports Studies Students Urged


The Sports Studies Department at DUT held its Annual Sports Awards at the Maharani Hotel, Golden Mile, on

Plotting the “E-way” Forward


The ground breaking work of trailblazers in e-learning at DUT was recently shared at a symposium for DUT

SRC Secretary General Flies DUT Flag


DUT’s Student Representative Council (SRC) Secretary General, Menzi Ngcobo, was elected as the

A ‘One Stop Intervention Centre’ for the Homeless


Talking housing and providing shelters for the homeless was the topic of discussion at the recent UFC @

Addressing SA’s Socio-Economic Problems


The Durban University of Technology and Art for Humanity invite members of the public and media to the

Inaugural Lecture of Professor Kugen Permaul


Professor Kugen Permaul, a Professor in the DUT Department of Biotechnology and Food Technology in the Faculty of

Healthy Living Encouraged


Tuberculosis ambassador, Prince Nhlanganiso Zulu, encouraged students at the Durban University of Technology

Presenting The House of Hunger


DUT’s Drama Studies Department presents a riveting new stage adaptation of one of the most important works of

Becoming Sustainable is Key for Tourism Students


Instilling the need to become entrepreneurs amongst South African students, especially at tertiary institutions, was the key aim

Exploring Academic Literacy


Sharing insights on academic literacy and exploring theoretical and practical approaches to issues relating to

Make Meaningful Gestures that Really Help


The first reaction in the face of adversity is self-preservation. This is an instinctive natural human reaction. The

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