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The Durban University of Technology’s third year Drama Production studies student, Ayanda Mngoma and former DUT lecturer Dr

DUT Students Give 67 Minutes In Recognition of Nelson Mandela

People in South Africa and around the world will devote 67 minutes of their time to helping others


The Durban University of Technology’s soccer team was victorious during the University staff sports tournament held at the

Digital Enhances Your Learning at DUT

The Durban University of Technology aims to support students’ learning through the appropriate use of technology. This is

Naicker Excited to Visit China To learn High-Speed Principles

For diligent Durban University of Technology staff member Ashendran Naicker, the prospect of going on an international trip

Dlamini’s Film Nominated for the 2017 Simon Mabhunu Sabela Awards

Durban University of Technology’s Jabu Dlamini, who made a film about the abduction of young girls into marriage

DUT Student Designers Win Top Three Positions at VDJ

The Durban University of Technology dominated the top three positions in the prestigious Vodacom Durban July Young Designer

DUT’s New Head of Department of the Committees Administration

Meet Mr Sibongiseni Michael Dlamini, a Durban University of Technology alumnus and a seasoned-committees administrator, who has now

Dahl’s works – alive on stage

WATERFALL resident Wendy Henstock’s creativity will “own the stage” in the latest Kickstart production, James and the Giant

DUT Was Proud To Host SATICA 2017

Durban University of Technology was the proud host of the prestigious 2017 SATICA competition. It was an inspiring and entertaining few

SATICA 2017 Reaches Out To Disadvantaged Families

The 14 institutions that participated in the SATICA annual Eisteddfod 2017 at the Durban University of Technology held

Are you addicted to your phone?

Having a digital detox is a growing trend worldwide as millions of people choose to switch off their

SATICA Encourages Students To Graduate ‘Alive’

The second day of the SATICA Eisteddfod 2017 competition was well-received with 14 institutions participating in the event,

It’s No Lie. The Oxford Word Of The Year Is Post-truth

The immediacy and connectedness of Social Media provides many positive benefits although it also introduces one major casualty

DUT PhD Candidate Scoops IWA Award

Mr Isaac Amoah, who is a Durban University of Technology PhD candidate based at the university’s Institute for

SATICA Off On A Good Note

Students representing various institutions converged at the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Fred Crookes Sport Centre, yesterday,  to…

Durban artists offer intriguing glimpses into a city in transition

Main Image: Supplied Zainab Ismail’s works speak to intricate ecosystems. Glimpses into a shifting city is the theme

New DUT Vehicle For Student Recruitment

A bigger and better vehicle has been acquired by the Durban University of Technology’s Department of Student Recruitment

Professor Hunter Discusses South Africa’s Schooling System Issues

Discussing the South African (Durban) schooling system, Professor Mark Hunter, Associate Professor at the University of Toronto and

Producing the right kind of student – A moral imperative

The creation of jobs for young people was as much a moral imperative as it was an economic

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