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My gran was my inspiration


Nabeela Osman has come a long way from mixing and matching her grandmother’s fabrics. The 21-year-old was chosen as one of three finalists for the…

We loved being at home


Head to Artspace to see the new exhibition by Caryn Nolan. The creation of this body of work, for her Masters of Technology (MTech) from Durban…

Research Facilities new Research Chairs for varsities


Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has announced that a total of 60 new Research Chairs will be awarded to various institutions of higher…

Heres one for the books


Khulekani Magubane’s veins pulse with writer’s ink. At just 22, the KwaZulu-Natal student is on the verge of publishing his 18th book. Five of them…

S’fiso Steals the Limelight!


S’fiso Khanyile is ready to put his name on the world map after almost five years as a backing vocalist. He was the voice that was hidden behind some…

Creating an African lifestyle brand


She’s always dreamed of creating an African lifestyle brand, and for the past three years Nthabi Taukobong has been working on just that

Top DUT student wins trip to the UK


Durban University of Technology student Neetasha Singh jets off to the UK next week after winning the Abe Bailey Travel Bursary. Singh, 23, a…

Town planning students on the right “track”


A group of ninety third year Town and Regional Planning students boarded a train to KwaMashu on Thursday, 9 February as part of a joint orientation…

South African writer, aged just 22, has his 18th book published


A young Durban author is set to take the world by storm with his writing skills. Khulekani Magubane, 22, from Estcourt in the Kwa.Zulu-Natal Midlands,…

Management Sciences Dean appointed TESA president


Dr Rishi Balkaran, Durban University of Technology (DUT) Acting Executive Dean in the Faculty of Management Sciences was recently appointed as…

Film-making talent in motion


Aspiring film-maker Gavillan Letsoalo has been selected to take part in Talent Campus Durban, an intensive five-day programme delivered by film…

DUT wins best stand at national level


The Durban University of Technology has won the bi-Annual National Innovation Competition (NIC) hosted by the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) which…

Solemn Oath for Anatomy Students


First year Anatomy students studying in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences at the Durban University of Technology recently took a modified…

Presentation on sleeping disorders


Dr Ingrid Couchman presented findings of a groundbreaking research on ‘Chronic primary insomnia: the efficacy of the homoeopathic simillimum’, at…

Professor Puckree takes up reins as Executive Dean of Health Sciences


Professor Lina Puckree aims to create and encourage a culture of research and to put the Faculty of Health Sciences at DUT on the map during her term…

Prof Ilcev represents DUT in Russia


“Science is an enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the natural world” –…

It’s not just education


Ahmed Bawa believes that South Africans should tackle the education crisis in the country like they are going into battle. “Maybe it’s time for us to…

Twin brothers are Hang Ten Hoodie competition


Tongaat twin brothers, Saren and Sashen Govender have reached local fame after becoming finalists in the Hang Ten Hoodie competition. The brothers who…

Professor Puckree takes up reins as Executive Dean of Health Sciences


Professor Lina Puckree aims to create and encourage a culture of research and to put the Faculty of Health Sciences at DUT on the map during her term…

He’s a Hip Hop wonder!


Zakwe sizzles with five Sama nominations under his belt. Calling him a hard worker would be an understatement! Ntokozo Zakwe, known as Zakwe in music…