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Finding solutions to water problem is Oyebode’s dream!


Born and bred in Nigeria, Oluwaseun Kunle Oyebode earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural and Environmental Engineering from the…

Social challenges inspired Tony to succeed


Tony Manyangadze has gone from being an orphan in Zimbabwe to graduating Cum Laude with a National Diploma (ND) in Journalism at DUT – and he is…

Learn more about HIV/AIDS through ‘bodymapping’ exhibition


The DUT HIV/AIDS Centre in conjunction with the Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS) are hosting the “Our Positive Bodies”…

Hard Work Is Sumaiya’s Key To Success


Her analytical mind, as well as her aptitude for Mathematics and Science drove Sumaiya Latiff to pursue a career in Industrial Engineering, achieving…

Talented S’Thandiwe Makes The Cut


If you’re talented, hardworking and love what you do, you will be noticed for your efforts, as was in the case of DUT’s S’thandiwe Khumalo, who…

DUT Hosts First Imagine Camp SA


DUT, in partnership with Microsoft South Africa, hosted the country’s first Imagine Camp, which is one of 70 that have been hosted…

Engagement and Student Centeredness Major Components In DUT Strategic Plan


Professor Ahmed Bawa, Vice-Chancellor and Principal at DUT, laid out the University’s strategic plan this week which will act as the University’s…

Walk In The Spirit Of Unity


Walk in the footsteps of the great Mahatma Gandhi and honour his legacy by participating in the annual Salt March 2014, starting from the Phoenix…

Observe Earth Hour And Make A Difference!


Make a difference and support the global campaign: Earth Hour tomorrow (Saturday, 29 March 2014).

Imagining A New Durban


The second Urban Futures Centre (UFS) seminar took place at at the University’s ESBE Boardroom, L3, S4, S Block, this week (27 March 2014).

Public input needed at seminar series


The first seminar of the newly established Urban Futures Centre took place at the University’s ESBE Boardroom, L3, S4, S Block, ML Sultan, last…

Omar gives insight on media freedom in South Africa


The Gandhi Development Trust, in partnership with the Durban University of Technology’s Journalism Programme hosted the 6th Annual Mahatma Gandhi…

E-commerce tax will put strain on libraries


The price of education is set to grow steeper with the Government implementing e-commerce taxes on educational institutions as from 1 April 2014.

Preserve water, every drop counts


Many people might not be aware that water is a very precious commodity that is on the brink of becoming scarce, not only here in South Africa but…

Happy Human Rights Day 2014


Our country has come a long way since 1994. We owe it to ourselves to focus on the future that lies ahead – a future that we hope is alive with…

The Island- Celebrating Human Rights Day and 20 years of democracy in South Africa


The play, The Island, written by Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Ntshona, is being performed by students of the Department of Drama and…

Imagining Warwick Junction Precinct’s Future


Following the release of the two books that recorded the past of the Warwick Junction Precinct (WJP) by DUT’s ROCS research project, the…

Focusing on Media Freedom and the Formulation of a Media Charter


The Gandhi Development Trust, in partnership with the Durban University of Technology’s Journalism Programme will host the 6th Annual Mahatma Gandhi…

Celebrating Prof Duffy’s Academic Excellence In 2014’s First Inaugural Lecture at DUT


Celebrating the academic excellence of Professor Kevin Duffy, Director of the Institute for Systems Science at DUT, was the aim of the University’s…

RadioDUT Presenter Search- It Could Be You!


Email your demo tape to RadioDUT@gmail.com

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