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The Durban University of Technology would like to extend a warm welcome to all our staff, current and

DUT Alumnus Prof Gordon Murray Torques Cars

Professor Gordon Murray, the world famous race car and road car designer has been given the opportunity to

Former DUT Drama Student Directs at Musho Festival

The talented and award-winning Wiseman Mncube is making waves in the South African drama world yet again. Ncube

Top Gear F1 in Schools Technology Challenge 2015 on Track

Instilling the love of Maths and Science into pupils is the aim of the Top Gear Festival Legacy

Major Boost to DUT’s Community Engagement Agenda

DUT’s Professor Raisuyah Bhagwan, a Professor in the University’s Child and Youth Care Programme, has secured research funding

Putting a Smile on a Child’s Face this Christmas

There’s nothing more heartfelt than a smile that creeps across a child’s face. In a bid to bring

Madlala Braces for “Fashion High’ at Swahili Fashion Week

While she never imagined herself in fashion, Nomfundo Madlala, a Durban based up-and-coming fashion designer is hoping to

Ambassador Ori Is Promoting South Africa And DUT At An International Business Level

Creating strides in forging close working relationships between students and industry is the role of Shakeel Ori at

Early Christmas Presents for DUT’s Student Services Awards Winners

DUT’s outstanding student services staff got early Christmas presents at the university’s Annual Student Services Awards event recently

Promote Personal Transformation To Develop A Good Mind!

In commemoration of World Aids Day on Monday (1 December 2014), the Durban University of Technology’s HIV/AIDS Centre

Focus, Partner and Achieve an Aids-free Generation

World Aids Day, an idea that was conceived by two public information officers in 1987, is dedicated to

Pupils Encouraged to Pursue Maths Careers Through Robotics Competition

The Durban University of Technology, in conjunction with the Moses Kotane Institute (MKI), enforced their drive to persuade

A Defining Project for the DUT Curriculum

DUT is gearing up for the rollout of a new curriculum, which together with its trajectory on e-learning,

Development Workshop For Midlands General Staff

The Midlands Student Services and Development Department recently held two training workshops for general staff at the Midlands

Rumutsa Gains ‘Worldly’ Experience at China Summer Camp Programme

Referring to herself as ‘Sheila The New Voyager’, Shelia Rumutsa recently went on an educational holiday to China

Prof Bawa Talks How Universities Can Contribute To Social Justice and Equal Societies

DUT Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Ahmed Bawa, was recently invited to the United States of America to make

PMB Campus Hosts Successful Benchmarking Event With MUT

DUT’s Pietermaritzburg Centre, Midlands, KwaZulu-Natal, recently hosted staff from the Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT), Umlazi, south of…

DUT’s Professor Bux Secures NRF Funding for Enhancing Research

The Durban University of Technology’s Institute for Water and Wastewater Technology recently secured funding to the tune of

Student Teachers Prefer Laptops and Desktops than Smartphones

A paper authored by Anita Hiralaal, an Accounting Education Lecturer at DUT’s School of Education, Pietermaritzburg Centre, Midlands,

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