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Exploring the struggle of art


BEST known for his stellar performance in, and gripping script for, High Heels with Balls, which received favourable reviews when staged at Durban’s…

DUT Set To Seal The Deal On Establishment Of Confucius Institute


A Beijing delegation is expected to arrive at the Durban University of Technology next week where an agreement will be signed with the University…

DUT Drama Studies Presents Prof Lewis Nkosi’s “The Black Psychiatrist”


The Durban University of Technology, in arrangement with the Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Rights Organisation (DALRO), presents The Black…

Cum laude For DUT Student Who Endured Two-hour Long Train Rides To And From Durban Daily


A two-hour long train ride to and from Durban everyday and consistent studying were sacrifices Noxolo Mthembu, a Bachelor of Technology Tourism…

DUT’s FAD Adopt-A-School Project Forges Ahead


It is a new year and the Faculty of Arts and Design (FAD) at DUT is looking to implement new ideas to its Adopt-a-School project.

Classes for all full-time students suspended until 4 March 2013


Due to concerns on safety as a result of the staff strike, the University has suspended the academic programme for all full-time students for the rest…

Empowering women through theatre


AN AMBITIOUS offering, Living Dead Girl is a refreshingly relevant piece of theatre that finds itself on stage in an age of persistent violence…

DUT Long-Serving Staff Recognised


Long-serving staff members at the Durban University of Technology were honored by the University in a ceremony last week where their contributions and…

International Artists Participate In Workshop Showcasing SA’s Troubled Past


First, second and third-year students of the DUT Drama Studies Department had an exciting start to their week.

Tlale takes on interns to nurture new talent


Internationally acclaimed fashion designer David Tlale is investing time to nurture the upcoming generation of fashion designers. Tlale, who hosted a…

DUT Celebrates Human Rights Day


As part of the national celebration of human rights, DUT hosted its first ever on-campus Human Rights Day event at the Steve Biko Campus on Thursday,…

Games and Cum Laude For DUT’s Joshua


From a young age, Joshua Dhanapalan, 22, wanted to become a video game developer. As far-fetched as it may have sounded to some people, Josh, as he is…

DUT Journalism Hosts Roundtable In Commemoration of World Press Freedom Day


The Protection of State Information Bill dubbed the “Secrecy Bill” took centre stage at the World Press Freedom Day Roundtable recently held at…

DUT Engineering Faculty Promotes World No Tobacco Day


The Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment at DUT has done its bit to promote World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) today (Friday, May 31, 2013), by…

DUT Fashion and Textiles Department Collaborates To Make a Difference


Second-year students in the Department of Fashion and Textiles at the Durban University of Technology’s Brickfield Campus are designing fun, stylish…

Indian Academic Talks Neural Computing With DUT Academics


The Durban University of Technology has the honour of hosting Dr Thagadur N. Nagabhushan, Indian academic, who will be sharing his knowledge on neural…

Donate bone marrow stem cells to save a life


One in 100 000. Those are the odds of finding a matching stem cell donor for a leukaemia patient in need of a transplant. June is blood donor month,…

DUT-Mentored Team Wins The Top Gear Festival Legacy Initiative


It was a win-or-lose situation yesterday afternoon (Thursday, June 20, 2013) at the Moses Mabhida Stadium as the eight teams participating in the Top…

Tech way of teaching scores lecturer awards


Many old-school teachers struggle to prise their students’ eyes away from glowing screens and onto the blackboard, but “digital immigrant” Roshnee…

Help at Hand For Budding and Talented Writers At DUT


Staff and students at the Durban University of Technology are being urged to take advantage of the University’s Writing Centres, a new initiative…

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