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Local film-maker captures excitement of MTB


In the week that talented mountain biker Burry Stander was laid to rest, a young Pietermaritzburg filmmaker has captured the magic of the sport in his…

DUT Somatology Clinic Now Located At The Faculty of Health Clinic


The DUT Somatology Clinic has relocated to the Health Faculty Clinic Building on the corner of Ritson and Steve Biko (former Mansfield) roads opposite…

DUT Convocation and Alumni Relations To Honour Billy Nair


Durban University of Technology Convocation and Alumni Relations cordially invites you to the Billy Nair Inaugural Memorial Lecture, which is taking…

Durban North Fever


What do paramedics and journalists do in their spare time? For some of them, jumping off a cliff is all in a day’s work. We live in one of the most…

DUT Stands Up Against Rape and Gender Based Violence


The rampant sexual abuse of women and children in South Africa and around the world has prompted the DUT Women In Action South Africa to stand up and…

Student Services And Development Departmental Workshop


The DUT Student Services and Development Department held their first departmental workshop on Friday, 16 November 2012.

Faculty of Arts and Design: Emma Smith Art Scholarship Award Ceremony 2012


The Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Design, Durban University of Technology, Dr Kenneth Netshiombo extends a warm invitation to you and your…

DUT Tourism Students Attend Major Tourism Conference


Four DUT Tourism students jetted off to Johannesburg this weekend after being chosen to participate in the IMEX-MCI-MPI Future Leaders Forum which…

Animal Cruelty Must Stop, says Chad Le Clos


There are over 1000 rhinos born every year in South Africa (SA) but the high prevalence of rhino poaching in the country still places this species…

DUT’s Rosh Scores A Hat Trick For Teaching Excellence


Roshnee Sunder, the DUT Radiography Lecturer who received a Teaching Excellence Award from the Higher Education Learning and Training Association of…

DUT Drama Studies Department Brings Karl Valentin To Africa


The Department of Drama Studies at the Durban University of Technology is delighted to bring to the Courtyard Theatre an exclusive production titled…

DUT donates computers to school


DURBAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY donated 20 computers to Amavenya Primary School, in Braemar, last Wednesday. Excitement was all over the learner’s…

Young designer makes her mark


Not every fashion designer needs to be famous to make strides in their career. Busisiwe Ngondo, 25, is proof that hard work does open opportunities….

DUT Male Students To Go Under The Knife


Several male students from the Durban University of Technology (DUT) will experience a life changing medical procedure at the University’s…

Nair was not there for self-enrichment


South Africa needs more leaders like the late struggle veteran Billy Nair. This is the view of national Health Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi who was…

DUT Interior design Students Refurbish City Campus


The My Campus project, an initiative aimed at designing and revamping public spaces of the DUT City Campus, officially started this week (Monday 28,…

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.

Early Christmas Needy Children


About 50 children received an early Christmas this year, thanks to the Department of Sport Studies at DUT and Whizzkids United; a HIV prevention and…

Fashionista is in our midst


North Coast fashion student’s designs are ready to hit the streets. Talented young lady in her own right, Julia Cronje – daughter of well-known…

User-friendly e-voting an option for South Africa


South Africa could soon join countries like India, Brazil and the Phillipines in replacing traditional paper ballot-based voting with electronic…

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