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Students Urged To Keep The Fire Ignited!


There is a fire in your belly to educate and inspire. Keep it ignited for the next three years and beyond!

e-Learning – A Game Changer in Education?


Only Colin Thakur can write like Colin Thakur. For the next couple of weeks, you will have to

Co-Op Unit Secures More Internships In Thailand  


DUT will again be represented in Thailand by a further three Engineering third-year students who managed to secure

New Wellness Centre, a Flagship of DUT


Kenneth Garden residents, DUT staff and students as well as business and community stakeholders were all excited to

Students Learn Portuguese at DUT


The first certificate presentation for the Faculty of Arts and Design students who successfully completed the

Prestigious Award for Young DUT Scholar


A young scholar from DUT has been named as one of the ten 2015 Harry Frank GuggenheimYoung African

Midlands SRC Creates Fund For Financially Needy Students


The Midlands Student Representative Council (SRC) has brainstormed and come up with an initiative which will help students

DIGITALK: “For the Love of Pi, Lets Teach Our Kids”


I LOVE cauliflower and peas, if you ever think of inviting me over. It has been harder to

Sustainable Business Success 101 with Brand Pretorius


To achieve sustainable business success, have a positive outlook, learn to adapt in an ever-changing environment, have a

Father Tully Tackles Issue of Homeless Men In Durban  


Understanding the reasons behind young men moving into the city and living on the streets and what they

DUT Stages “Oliver!” at the Courtyard Theatre


The DUT Drama and Production Studies Department starts the year 2015 with a musical flurry – staging the

DUT Forms Software Response Team (SRT)


At the Durban University of Technology, we believe that technology has the power to tackle some of the

DigiTalk with DUT’s Colin Thakur “Wanted: Simple solutions”


I suffer from a new ailment: launch fatigue. This is a unique subtropical condition caused by attending too

Relocation of the Kenneth Gardens Wellness Centre


Catering to the health needs of the community is the aim behind the launch of the new Kenneth

Renowned Activist Albie Sachs Talks On ‘Soft Vengeance’


“I would try to keep myself going by inventing games, and I would sing songs. My favourite (song)

DUT Student Turns Unwanted Goods Into Beautiful Jewellery


What most people throw away, Siyasanga Tundzi uses to make beautiful earrings and necklaces. The 29-year-old explains that

SAPS, Netcare and DUT Partner in Joint Rescue Exercise


A JOINT exercise was held at the SAPS air wing centre in Durban on Friday to update all

Empowerment of Women in Rural Areas Crucial


Talking about the interconnectedness of rural women through ubuntu and showcasing the difficulties that women face in these

Talented Design Students Heading for Design Indaba Expo


Turning generated ideas into reality by means of an artistic approach comes naturally to the four DUT students

Short Film Scoops Emma Smith Art Scholarship Award


Windows of Solitude, a short film about a group of four teenage friends who lose a friend to

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