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This Gene Called Education


I received an invite from the sedate Ela Gandhi to the Phoenix Settlement Trust Centre in Inanda, Durban.

Empowering Gendered Researchers 


Visiting Professor Phil E. Okeke-Ihejirika, Professor and Acting Chair at the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, University

Sky’s the Limit for Journalism Students


Professor Aashish Kumar, the charismatic international academic and documentary filmmaker, who is also a second-time Fulbright awardee, has

DUT Gender Forum Celebrates Women


The DUT Gender Forum hosted a Women’s Day event to celebrate women on Friday last week, 12 August

Helping the “Missing Middle”


The Development and Alumni Relations office at DUT, in partnership with students from the University’s Department of Public

Building Skills and Confidence Amongst Female Researchers


Efforts to build skills and confidence amongst female Master’s/Doctoral and Postdoctoral researchers was the aim of the Science

nGap Lecturers are the Future at Universities


Having new and innovative ways to promote teaching and learning at tertiary institutions is the aim of the

Digital ladies imaginatively helping ICT students


Some of my Social Media followers will know that I get very excited easily. This comes on the

8th annual Mahatma Gandhi Media Lecture


The DUT Journalism and the Gandhi Development Trust will hold the 8th annual Mahatma Gandhi Media Lecture to

A Helpful Hand to DUT Students


Thirty DUT students have secured themselves Moses Kotane Institute (MKI) Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Skills output…

Young Women Are the Future of South Africa


Following the launch of the African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) Young Women’s Desk (YWD) in Bloemfontein in

DUT Staff Soccer Team Wins at Home Ground


The Durban University of Technology’s soccer team was victorious during the soccer and netball tournament recently held at

Heartfelt Condolences on the Passing of Charles Zulu


The Durban University of Technology was sad to learn about the passing of one of its talented graduates,

DUT Welcomes International Students


Excited international students from Germany and France were officially welcomed to DUT for a term of study from

UFC Plays Important Role at AIDS Conference


As the 21st International AIDS Conference wrapped off with calls for more global funding, the search for a cure continues

Unity Urged in Fighting HIV/AIDS in Higher Education


Ahead of the 21st International AIDS Conference, the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health, together with the four KZN universities

Reading Really Does Broaden the Mind


Reading fiction has often been claimed to broaden the mind. Now scientists have found that enjoying a novel

Talking Green Energy for Rural Areas


Despite load shedding being halted in South Africa, this year (2016) due to additional generation plant grids, South

DUT VICTORIOUS AT GCI AWARDS


The Durban University of Technology’s Green Campus Initiative (GCI) proved to be victorious again at the 5th Annual

DUT hosts international guests from J&J


The Faculty of Applied Sciences at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) hosted a guest lecture which was

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