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Crafting His Own Future


You are most likely to find 28 year old Phumlani Mkhize surrounded by well adorned ladies.

DUT Empowers Impoverished Areas in KZN


The DUT departments of Student Housing and Student Recruitment as well as House Committees and students living at the DUT residences have been hard at…

DUT Students Jet Off To The States


A group of nine students from the Durban University of Technology are jetting off to the United States of America (USA) this evening for a 12 day trip…

Chemistry Perfect


Inspiration Top Durban businesswoman Nelly Shezi chats to Siyabonga Ngcangisa about her rise to become one of the world’s most successful chemicals…

ki!f:Kid’s Inherit! Festival


Durban University of Technology’s Professor Debbie Lutge has instigated a brand new festival of original plays to celebrate Heritage Month. The…

29th Annual International AIDS Candlelight Day Memorial


The Durban University of Technology’s Student Counselling and Health Centre/ the DUT HIV/AIDS Centre will commemorate the Annual International AIDS…

DUT Supplies Human Capital to SKA Project


The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Telescope project, the world’s most powerful radio telescope is moving towards Phase 1 and the Durban University of…

Kwaitos Big Clout


FOR SIX months in 1999 he performed ballet in four European countries and 14 African countries with a French ballet company, Company Durieux. But…

Umkikizo emdlalweni wokubulawa kweLembe


Kuqhume umkikizo, kwakhala amakhwelo izethameli zizwakalisa ukuchazeka emdlalweni okhuluma ngokubulawa kweSilo uShaka obuseCourtyard Theatre eDurban…

Pockets of Knowledge


Nostalgia for ex-students as Pockets of Knowledge debuts in DUT. “A simple story set in the typical African backdrop of a village. Inside this…

Ancient gem plays out in Durban


Shakuntala – a classic sanskrit drama – takes place at the Courtyard Theatre, Durban University of Technology, from May 20 until May 25. Acknowledged…

Encouraging entrepreneurship in the youth


In this 2012 month of the youth, we are once again reminded about the many challenges the youth still face, one of them being the scourge of…

DUT Signs MOU with Energy and Water Sector Seta


The Durban University of Technology has entered into a partnership with the Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA), one of…

Chit Chat


Award-winning comedian/actor Siyabonga Radebe has landed a starring role on Generations as Xolani Mthembu, the toy boy of shebeen queen Ruby Dikobe….

Community Health Studies Observes Child Protection Week


To commemorate Child Protection Week, fourth year Child and Youth Care DUT students designed a banner to raise awareness on the significance of…

Students give a helping hand


In Mahatma Gandhi’s words, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”. Involving yourself in volunteer work creates…

US Professor brings action plan to a university and a local community


In an effort to educate society and fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS the International Education and Partnership Office of DUT in partnership with…

DUT Journalism Department Commemorates Africa Day


The Durban University of Technology’s Journalism Department commemorated Africa Day with a robust seminar on Reporting Africa.

Students help out at St Martin’s Home


DUT’s international students will spend a day with children at St Martin’s Diocesan Home for Children on Saturday 5 May. The students who hail from…

Moving Towards An E-literate Nation


The Invotech Business Incubator and Enterprise Development Unit at DUT recently held a thought provoking seminar on E-Skills at the Ritson Campus.