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S’fiso Steals the Limelight!


S’fiso Khanyile is ready to put his name on the world map after almost five years as a backing vocalist. He was the voice that was hidden behind some…

Public Lecture Series


The Durban University of Technology has pleasure in inviting you to the 1st in a series of public lectures by

South African writer, aged just 22, has his 18th book published


A young Durban author is set to take the world by storm with his writing skills. Khulekani Magubane, 22, from Estcourt in the Kwa.Zulu-Natal Midlands,…

Students take up US challenge


US Community College Initiative Programme gives them the chance to study and travel. Jason Govender’s first time out of the country will mean a year…

Management Sciences Dean appointed TESA president


Dr Rishi Balkaran, Durban University of Technology (DUT) Acting Executive Dean in the Faculty of Management Sciences was recently appointed as…

DUT hosts International Seminar on Diaspora Pravasi Barathiya Divas Africa 2010


On the 1st of October the Durban University of Technology hosted the Pravasi Barathiya Divas Academic Seminar Africa which was intended to give…

Presentation on sleeping disorders


Dr Ingrid Couchman presented findings of a groundbreaking research on ‘Chronic primary insomnia: the efficacy of the homoeopathic simillimum’, at…

Focus on film talent


An all-Africa movie showcase aspiring film-maker Gavillan Letsoalo has been selected to take part in Talent Campus Durban, a five-day pro-gramme…

Students win Imagine Durban Sustainability Project Competition


Two groups of students at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) have won a planning and design competition on the Imagine Durban Project. The…

Twin brothers are Hang Ten Hoodie competition


Tongaat twin brothers, Saren and Sashen Govender have reached local fame after becoming finalists in the Hang Ten Hoodie competition. The brothers who…

Cynthia Jele Novelist


Cynthia Jele, winner of the this year’s Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for best first book in the Africa region for her novel Happiness Is a Four-Letter…

Deaf Student Beats The Odds


Born with a hearing impediment, Durban University of Technology IT student Talisa Talthapersad saw her challenge as no reason for failure.

DUT Graduands Urged to Play Active Role In South Africa’s Future


Infant and maternal mortality, HIV/AIDS and TB are – amongst others – the greatest challenges facing the South African health sector. Given the…

Sleeping At a Petrol Station Did Not Deter Him from Pursuing His Studies


He slept at a petrol station when he arrived in Durban to pursue his dreams of becoming an Auditor; but little did he know that he would graduate with…

Cool Prizes For DUT “DUTechies”


Students from the Durban University of Technology walked away with great prizes – Xbox, Nokia Lumia Phones and Incredible Connection vouches – during…

The Pain of Cancer Stricken Grandmother Ignited her Passion in Radiography


Durban University of Technology student Channelle Coetzee, 23, witnessed her grandmother’s agonising pain when she was diagnosed with cancer three…

A fond farewell to the TAPPSA Chairman


At the 1990 5th TAPPSA biennial conference, Chris represented what was then known as the Association of Pulp, Paper and Board Manufacturers (APPBM) as…

Wendy Luhabe received her third Honorary Doctorate from DUT


An Honorary Doctorate was bestowed upon acclaimed entrepreneur and phenomenal woman Wendy Yvonne Luhabe during yesterday’s graduation ceremony held…

African Green Campus Initiative launched


University and college campuses that address climate challenge will better serve students and help create a thriving and ethical society, Higher…

Call for Innovations and New Technology Businesses


Are you an entrepreneur with a business that is at the beginning of its life cycle? Or do you have a fresh business idea but need support in making it…

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