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Sadie Sews her Way to Cum Laude and Dean’s Merit Award

Sewing her way through her matric year and sewing most of her clothes while at university with a

Love for 3D Printing in Design Earns Kiara Top Marks

  Fashion designing has been taken to a whole new ‘3D’ digital platform with the design works created

Cum laude and Dean’s Merit Award for Award-winning Filmmaker

“To have earned the Dean’s Merit Award has certainly driven me, knowing that it is in fact possible

DUT CI Successfully Organises Second Durban Chinese Film Festival  

In association with Suncoast Casino Cinema, the Second Chinese Film Festival in Durban 2015, organised by the Durban

UFC Talks Inequality in Africa

Economic inequality as a source of interpersonal violence was in the spotlight on Thursday last week (16 April 2015)

Honourary Doctorate for Ladysmith Black Mambazo Leader   

Joseph Shabalala; music maestro, leader and founder of the Grammy-award winning group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, will be

Study Further, Elated Graduates Urged

Graduates at the Durban University of Technology were encouraged to study further as the University’s 2015 April

DigiTalk: Mango Innovation

The song among certain folks in Brisbane is “we love braaivleis, Mrs Balls Chutney, and Packo ….” I

“Deeper Issues Behind Xenophobic Attacks”

The human capacity to construct “the other”, the idea that they are somehow different and superior to another

Statement on Xenophophic Attacks

The management, staff and students of the Durban University of Technology adds to the many strong voices condemning

Using Research to Avert Disaster Before it Strikes

Without a doubt, near miss and minor incidents (NM&MI) – which are often ignored because they do not

Addressing Xenophobia 

In addressing the current attacks on foreigners and the looting of their businesses, the Durban University of

All Set for Graduation 

A total of 5405 students will graduate from the Durban University of Technology during the upcoming April Graduation

Dead Battery? Solar-charge It!

With the country’s power grid severely constrained,  students  from DUT’s Green Campus Initiative (GCI) worked towards the

Have Compassion Online

I had been feeling smug recently with my “Safe Internet for Parents” talk, which I deliver as a

Universities as a Tool of Transformation

Looking into the issue of universities as a tool of transformation and the theory and practice of education at these

Augment your reality

Research emanates from curiosity. Remember the puzzling, maddening inane questions kids asked adults until the

Reducing Dropout Rates

Students are struggling and many of them are dropping out. Between 50% to 60%

e-Learning: the Future

With increasing numbers using e-learning to support their teaching practice, the Durban

DUT Launches Post Apartheid Books

The Urban Futures Centre at DUT (UFC@DUT), the University of KwaZulu-Natal

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