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Sutcliffe and Bannister Give Overview On Basic Governance In Africa


Exploring the workings of local development and an understanding of how cities operate in the developing world was the topic of discussion at the…

A Story A Generation Of Political Activists Told At DUT


The Urban Futures Centre (UFC) at DUT held its ninth seminar at the Steve Biko Campus, ESBE Boardroom, on Thursday (5 June 2014).

Last Cow Standing


An epic fantasy story about a young boy, Samira, who is chosen to save the cows of his people from perishing; the Last Cow Standing is filled with DUT…

Oxford based scholar, Prof Hargey delivers a guest lecture on the “Future of Islam”


The issues affecting the Islamic religion and people in the Muslim community, was the topic of discussion at the recent public lecture by Professor…

Public Lecture: Prof Taj Hargey


Last night (Tuesday), the Durban University of Technology held a Public Lecture at its (DUT) Hotel School’s Conference centre, Ritson Campus. The…

International Chef Visits DUT


Sharing culinary skills was the order of the day when celebrity chef; Jean Claude Cleret from the Reunion Island, France, visited the DUT Hospitality…

RadioDUT Goes Live!


RadioDUT is going LIVE on June 2, 2014 from 9am-5pm every Monday to Friday

Public Lecture on the ‘Future of Islam’


The Durban University of Technology invites members of the media, the public and its staff, students and alumni to a Public Lecture on the Future…

‘Hands Off Our Girls!’


‘Bring back our girls’– the message is loud and clear.

DUT Chemistry Professor Receives Funding For Research


DUT’s Chemistry Professor; Prof Nirmala Deenadayalu, has secured funding to the tune of over R1 million for research; beating the likes of various…

DUT Alumnus Is A Jack Of All Trades


Famous Empangeni comedian Sifiso Nene has just published his first book titled ‘Our Father’.

DUT Student Raise Awareness About The Rights Of Children


Child and Youth Care students at DUT are taking the initiative to host an awareness day for children at the University’s Steve Biko Campus (Food…

‘A Clockwork Orange’ at the Cane Growers Hall


Imagine young teenage gangs stealing and speaking in Russian-English infused slang called Nadsat.

Having An Innovative Team Is What Drives Professor Kanny


Every day is a learning curve for Professor Krishnan Kanny, who is passionate about designing, managing engineering projects and testing the…

Impacts of exorbitant mega projects in Durban


The sixth seminar organised by the Durban University of Technology’s Urban Futures Centre took place at the ML Sultan campus last Thursday (16 May…

Clifton Colllege School win F1 In Schools Challenge 2014


Clifton College pupils were all smiles as their team competing in this years’ Top Gear Festival’s Legacy Project – the F1 In Schools…

Aids knows no colour nor Age!


The HIV/AIDS Centre at the Durban University of Technology hosted its annual candlelight memorial service at the Steve Biko Campus food court, last…

Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health In The Workplace


Addressing the issue of mental wellness at home or in the workplace was the main topic of discussion at the Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health…

DUT City Campus Says “Bring Back Our Girls”


Durban University of Technology’s City Campus opened its gates to the public as its Journalism students hosted the “Bring Back Our Girls”…

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