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Media freedom under threat


It is unlikely that the media will ever be gagged again as they were by the apartheid regime, SA National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) chairman Mondli…

Social media a vital teaching tool for students of today


Relying only on traditional teaching methods to engage students is becoming increasingly difficult, and lecturers need to change their mindsets and…

Raising awareness with a light touch


It’s no secret that the vast majority of South Africa’s children don’t have the luxury of an idyllic childhood. It is not uncommon for our children…

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Yethulwe ngokusemthethweni eThekwini incwadi yomkhulumeli woKlebe ekhuluma ngempilo yakhe ebizwa ngokuthi My Father My Monster. Le ncwadi kaMcIntosh…

Tata’s fine, just forgetful


Nelson Mandela is in good health but often forgets even his own children. His musician “granddaughter” Tandile Mandela confirmed this in an interview…

EL paramedic off to work in Dubai


Meagan Smith will be jetting off to Dubai today where she will work at a waterpark for a year. Her new job is not a far cry from the trauma she’s used…

Department of Information Technology Launches ITA and Test Centre


In today’s increasingly complex and highly specialised economy, credentials are very important.

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Electronic Voting In SA Could Soon Be Possible, Thanks To Research By DUT Expert


New research undertaken by a DUT based ICT expert could soon make voting using paper ballots a thing of the past in South Africa.

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Prof Bawa Honours DUT Teaching Excellence Awardees


Professor Ahmed Bawa, the DUT Vice-Chancellor had a special meeting with the two DUT teaching excellence awardees for 2012 at his office, Milenna…

Video Tech Graduate’s 16 day marathon in support of 16 Days of Activism


Durban University of Technology (DUT) video technology graduate, Samuel Ntsanwisi, will run a 1010km 16-day solo marathon from