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Siya’s dreams come true on stage


Siya’s dreams come true on stage… (read full article)

Dancing to freedom


Kai Pretorius is a local dancer and proud ex-student of Crawford College La Lucia. Having danced since the age of three, she has completed all RAD…

Dream job for Durban’s Lazola


Lazola Dabula, who was earlier this year named as the first black female student to receive a BTech degree in Video Technology at Durban University of…

Cormick gets up close and very personal


In celebration of August being Women’s Month, the African Art Centre in Durban is showing icon tryptichs by Dina Cormick, a noted figure in South…

Waste not. Droyman turns trash to cash


Businessman wants to make the world a greener place. Jeremy Droyman sees his animal caricature as a chameleon because then everyone around him would…

Vote for KZN’s top newsmakers


Four leading KwaZulu-Natal personalities and events have been shortlisted in a media initiative to recognise the province’s top newsmakers. Readers of…

Faith in going green


With 30 days to go before COP 17, vice-chancellor and principal of Durban University of Technology Prof Ahmed Bawa plants a tree at his campus as part…

Abasiki kabalawulwanga wubulili


Benze okungajwayelekile abafundi bezemfashini eDurban University of Technology ngesikhathi abesifazane beqoma ukuthunga izimpahla zamadoda kwathi…

Vabakshnee Chetty making a name on radio and television


A local lass who entered the field of journalism early in 2000 as an “enthusiastic young reporter”, has today, in the short space of nine years, risen…

Feather Factor


A model presents a creation by fashion designer Charmain Booyens during the DUT Department of Fashion and Textiles Fashion Show 2011 at Fred Crookes…

Trio chart new waters for women


Three Durban women have joined an elite group – holders of marine pilot open licences, which allow them to guide vessels, including supertankers, into…

KZN ‘idols’ trio hope country will take note


HOPING to sing their way to fame in the Idols competition are three KwaZulu-Natal contestants – and one has even dropped out of university in a bid to…

Death of DUT’s Oldest Alumnus


The political and community activist, Kandasamy Govinthu, has passed on at the age of 103. He was a towering man of gentle heart and generous spirit. …

Woodcuts with a local flavour


Durban-born artist Jeff Rankin, now based in the Eastern Cape, is back in his home town for a solo exhibition, Vessels of a Peculiar Paradise, to be…

Launch: KZN Newsmaker of the Year 2011


The people of KwaZulu-Natal are invited to vote for their top KZN Newsmaker of the Year 2011. The KZN Newsmaker of the Year was launched in the…

Kuyamsebenzela ukuzikhandla uBoh


Uvele wehluleka nakuwukuzibamba owomdlali webhola lomnqakiswano, uBongiwe Msomi, wavele wazidedela izinyembezi ngesikhathi isikhungo semfundo ephakeme…

Courses in ayurveda on the cards at DUT


South Africa may soon be able to certify its own ayurvedic practitioners. This follows the signing yesterday of a memorandum of understanding between…

A mutually beneficial relationship


If universities are to be engaged in building a globally competitive economy, then industry and the private sector must engage with higher education…

DUT to stage play about student strikes


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) will today stage a theatre production and a discussion about this year’s chaotic student strike. The event,…

DUT Architectural Technology Department’s refurbishment


The DUT Department of Architectural Technology is looking to revamp its department as well as the entire S block, and it has assigned the third year…

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