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Environmental Education Must Be Infused Into The Curriculum, Says DUT Academic


The Go Green @ DUT posters and pledge were really helpful and may, in time and with sustained effort, install an ethos of “keeping it green”…

Suspension of classes for 5 February 2013 only


05 February 2013

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…

An Awesome New York Experience For DUT’s Dane


Dane Knudsen, the DUT graphic design Master of Technology student who recently flew to New York City, USA for a week-long mentorship with hip hop…

Young Khulekani Magubane Does It For The Love Of Writing


At the age of 23 Khulekani Magubane, who holds a BTech in Journalism from DUT is reaching for the stars.

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…

Classes resume Wed 6 February


Dear Students

Student Services And Development Departmental Workshop


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

Registrations are now underway


Registrations at DUT are now underway. The Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment will be the first Faculty to register its students today…

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…

Online Registration Cuts Registration Lines at DUT


Long registration queues have become a thing of the past at the Durban University of Technology now that most academic departments are using the…

DUT New Maritime Studies Department collaborates with SA Navy


The Durban University of Technology is the new base for teaching South African Navy students basic navigation skills.

Graduation By Numbers


A total number of 4941 students will graduate at the Durban University of Technology this graduation season which kicks off tomorrow (Thursday April…

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…

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…

Dr Pamela Tancsik to direct Karl Valentin in Africa at Durban University of Technology


Dr Pamela Tancsik directs a compilation of five knock-about absurdist comedy sketches from cult Bavarian writer, Karl Valentin, which comes to the…

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…

IT firm going places


Entrepreneur Sanele Gcumisa got his lucky break in business 13 years ago while he was reflecting on the disappointment of not being able to study…

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…

DUT Gives Youth Of Amaoti Career Guidance


The Durban University of Technology’s Department of Co-operative Education recently visited Victoria Mtshali Hall in Amaoti, Durban where an entire…

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