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WOW turnout impressive


DUT’s Sports Centre on the Steve Biko Campus was buzzing as students mingled with their potential employers at the annual World of Work (WOW)…

IEP hosts farewell and reception


The International Education and Partnerships Department hosted a farewell function for Jill Derderian, the US Embassy Consul General and eight…

Safety First for Durban University of Technology’s Students and Staff


As Vice-Chancellor of this University, my primary concern will always be the safety and security of the students, staff and property in my care. I am…

79 years old, 19 distinctions and 18 years later, Mr Theo Bophela returns to DUT to celebrate music!


In the run up to Spring graduation, the Durban University of Technology had the pleasure of hosting a notable alumnus, and one we are very proud of at…

Electronic Voting is the Future


The process of voting across Africa in countries facing civil war, poor governance and dictatorships has been marred by violence and corruption. In…

DUT celebrates Madiba’s life in style


The first democratically elected President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela turned 93 at his home in Eastern Cape, Qunu, with millions of wishes from…

DUT Midlands Choir Celebration Function: SATICA 2011


DUT Midlands Choir was invited to the 2011 SATICA choral Eisteddfod which was held in July 2011 at Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria. The…

SANDF offers opportunities


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) continued their women’s month celebrations by hosting the South African National Defence (SANDF)…

Higher Education South Africa (HESA) press statement regarding the student protests at the Durban University of Technology


Higher Education South Africa (HESA) notes with growing concern the violent student protests that are disrupting classes and academic life at the…

NPC Jam Fact Sheet


Who are the National Planning Commission? …

DUT hosts World of Work Career Fair


Durban University of Technology will host the World of Work (WOW) Careers Fair on 18 and 19 August 2011. At least 55 organisations are…

Background to the student protests and suspension of the academic programme


After nearly two weeks of disruptions at the Durban University of Technology, the University has obtained an interdict against the SRC and student…

IEASA Conference


Conference on the Impact of Internationalisation on the Quality of Higher Education (includes a lecture with Greenpeace’s Kumi Naidoo)…

Local artwork at the 2011 Venice Biennale


Two former Fine Art students have been selected, together with three other South African artists, for the prestigious 54th International Art…

Vice-Chancellors Communique


The academic programme is suspended INDEFINITELY at Durban campuses. We will notify you in advance once Management has taken the decision to resume…

LGBTIA Youth Network Hosts successful Fifth Annual Conference


South Africa’s umbrella network for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Asexual (LGBTIA) student societies, the Kaleidoscope Youth…

Interpreting the world


More than 150 international delegates attended the recent World Association of Sign Language Interpreters (WASLI) conference, in Durban…

Statement by Professor Ahmed C Bawa, Vice-Chancellor and Principal at the Durban University of Technology


This is a very difficult time for the University. A small group of students has brought the academic programmes of the University to a standstill…

Help at hand: Invo Tech at DUT


Have a bright idea that could be marketable but dont know where to begin? Entrepreneurs and innovators will welcome the launch of Invo Tech at the…

DUT opens WASLI African style


The Durban University of Technology’s Intercultural Studies Group from Translation and Interpreting Practice Programme performed for thousands of…

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