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CLP and theatre production on the DUT student strike


Staff and students are cordially invited to attend a thearte production and discussion about the DUT Students strike by The Drama Department and the…

DUTs Netball Team unbeaten


DUT’s Netball team remains unbeaten after competing in the B Section of the University Sport South Africa 2011 Championships…

SA, Mauritius agree to build telescope


South Africa and Mauritius have agreed to jointly construct a low-frequency array telescope…

Developing an Ayurvedic chair at DUT


DUT has successfully signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indian government on ayurveda, at Ritson Campus, Hotel School Conference Centre…

ICON holds a panel discussion to promote nonviolence


The International Centre of Nonviolence (ICON) held a panel discussion titled “The Apartheid struggle: fighting and resisting…

Video Tech Graduate’s 16 day marathon in support of 16 Days of Activism


Durban University of Technology (DUT) video technology graduate, Samuel Ntsanwisi, will run a 1010km 16-day solo marathon from Durban to Limpopo’s…

The Apartheid Struggle: Fighting and resisting


Staff and students are cordially invited to attend a panel discussion. Hear three participants speak about their choices and experiences as…

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…

South African filmmakers win a trip to the Rugby World Cup


Durban film-makers, Marcus Hebbelman and Konrade Karz, have both won tickets to the 2011 Rugby World Cup after producing nine short films for the…

Women as Agents of Change within the Higher Education Sector


DUT’s Research Management and Development Directorate is hosting “Women as Agents of Change within the Higher Education Sector” today…

Protest action by students


Statement by Alan Khan, Senior Director of Corporate Affairs at DUT…

Defence career opportunities showcased in Durban


Rejuvenation of its human resources enjoys high priority in the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) with R200m spent on military skills development…

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…

Fulbright scholar focuses on building research capacity


Fulbright New York scholar, Professor Kathy Nokes will hold a workshop titled, ‘One Person, Two Infections: HIV/TB today at Durban University of…

Young local researcher’s ground-breaking discovery featured on SABC’s Morning Live


Microbiology lecturer and doctoral student at DUT, Nokuthula Mchunu has completed ground-breaking research in sequencing of a thermophilic genome…

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…

Making history at DUT


Ghaneshree Moonsamy has made history at Durban University of Technology by being the first candidate to have her Master’s degree upgraded to a…

Pre-Registration


Registration at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) only starts on the 16 January 2012. The University however, is already abuzz with…

DUT alumnus lands a TV personality job


Lazola Dabula has landed her dream job as a presenter and assistant editor of a TV reality show called Roughing It Out which will be screened on…

SANDF offers opportunities


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

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