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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”…

DUT Alumnus Gives Back With Music Bursary Scholarship


DJ BLACK Coffee’s towering frame swooped into a packed room at the SAE Institute campus in Woodstock this week. He has made waves on music scene as a…

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…

Sex Disparity, Key Driver of HIV/AIDS


“There are 30.4 million people worldwide living with HIV/AIDS and more than two thirds of people infected are from Africa. In South Africa,…

Living Positively and Keeping HIV/AIDS On The Global Agenda


The HIV/AIDS Centre at the Durban University of Technology will host its annual Candlelight Memorial, where tributes will be paid to the late Jan De…

DUT Tackles Gender Dynamics And Women’s Vulnerability To HIV/AIDS


Understanding the interplay between people as a result of gender identity and interrogating specific gender dynamics that renders women vulnerable…

“It Always Seems Impossible Until It’s Done”


The Department of Sports Studies at DUT recently held their annual awards ceremony where the best performing students were awarded for their hard work…

Newly refurbished Courtyard Theatre Presents A Clockwork Orange


DUT presents the stage adaptation of Sir Anthony Burgess’ iconic novella, A Clockwork Orange, a cautionary tale and dark social satire about extreme…

Spotlight on Gated Communities In KZN


Yesterday (8 May 2014) DUT lecturers, members of the public, academics from UKZN and various stakeholders attended the fifth seminar organised by the…

DUT Collaborates In Changing Negative Conceptions About Durban’s Art Scene


Durban produces some of the best artistic talent in the country, but often, to make it as an artist in any field, from fine art to music, dance and…

Make Your Vote Count!


Tomorrow (7 May 2014), South Africans – young and old – will take to their respective voting stations where they will exercise their democratic right…

F1 In Schools Challenge 2014 Kicks Into Top Gear


On Saturday May 17, 2014, 12 teams from local high schools participating in Top Gear Festival’s Legacy Project – the F1 In Schools…

Urgent Message From NSFAS Re: Technical Difficulties On The NSFAS Website


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