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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

DUT Fashion Students make the Cut


Four Durban University of Technology Fashion Design and TextileS students who were selected for the Nedbank Cup

Finding Workable Solutions to Xenophobia


With xenophobia sparking massive outrage after recently rearing its ugly head in South Africa, the Journalism Programme at

Khan Makes MTN SA Radio Hall of Fame


Alan Khan, charismatic and revered radio personality and Senior Director of Corporate Affairs

Empowering Students with Skills


The Southern African Society of Co-operative Education (SASCE) together with the Technology Localisation Implementation

“The Burning Man” Screens at DUT Today


At 12h00 on Wednesday, 29 April 2015, DUT will screen “The Burning Man”, a story depicting the life

A Successful April Graduation 


Friday, 24 April 2015, marked the end of the Durban University of Technology’s 2015 April Graduation Ceremonies. In April,

Ayanda Masters Work and Studies to Achieve Cum Laude


Graduating cum laude for his Bachelor of Technology (BTech) degree in Urban Planning and Design

Hard work pays off for McLuckie


After being named Best Final Year Student in Civil Engineering at DUT in 2010 by the South African Institute

Btech journey sees Richard receive cum laude at graduation


Juggling between his work schedules and studying has been a difficult journey yet rewarding for Richard  Brian Ive,

Buthelezi aims to be a leading entrepreneur


The dream to become one of South Africa’s leading entrepreneurs has motivated Mthokozi Buthelezi to excel in his

Against all odds, Joanna earns Dean’s Merit Award


Success is the true measure of patience, dedication and hard work, a quality that only a few ever

Ngwenya Builds Peace Through Research


For the Gukurahundi clan, the Public Management Degree of Doctor of Technology graduate, Dumisani Ngwenya,

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