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US Professor brings action plan to a university and a local community


In an effort to educate society and fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS the International Education and Partnership Office of DUT in partnership with…

Candid HIV/AIDS Conversation With DUT Students


The DUT Student Counselling and Health Centre/ DUT HIV/AIDS Centre commemorated the Annual International AIDS Candlelight Memorial today (Tuesday 16…

International students give a little love


DUT international students spent the day at St Martin’s Diocesan Home for Children recently. c The students from Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria,…

DUT Gender Forum Hosts Fun Walk


The DUT Gender Forum hosted a Fun Walk yesterday (Wednesday 13 June 2012) morning, which saw University staff, students as well participants outside…

DUT Alumnus releases first gospel album


The day we sit down with Tswi, born Motswitla Hlakotsa, for an interview he is busy preparing for a Gospel concert to be held at Durban’s City Hall….

Paving Forward


The subject of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people (LGBTI) may still be taboo and considered blasphemy in some parts of South…

DUT aims to boost morale of matric pupils


Grade twelve pupils from Ilanga Secondary High School in Kwadabeka, Clairmont visited the DUT Faculty of Arts and Design yesterday, 4 June 2012 at the…

Talent blossoms


Indigenous flowers inspired a range of rings made by Durban University of Technology (DUT) second-year jewellery design students, which is on show at…

Chemistry Perfect


Inspiration Top Durban businesswoman Nelly Shezi chats to Siyabonga Ngcangisa about her rise to become one of the world’s most successful chemicals…

Mastering the tricks of the cookery trade


Opportunities in the culinary industry are abound. Benny Masekwameng, a DUT alumnus who completed his Catering Management course in 1999, can testify…

ki!f:Kid’s Inherit! Festival


Durban University of Technology’s Professor Debbie Lutge has instigated a brand new festival of original plays to celebrate Heritage Month. The…

Budding Talent Showcased By DUT 2nd Year Fine Art and Jewellery Design Students


Second year Fine Art and Jewellery Design students at the Durban University of Technology put their best foot forward in their first ever exhibition…

Umkikizo emdlalweni wokubulawa kweLembe


Kuqhume umkikizo, kwakhala amakhwelo izethameli zizwakalisa ukuchazeka emdlalweni okhuluma ngokubulawa kweSilo uShaka obuseCourtyard Theatre eDurban…

The Pedagogy of Action: an HIV/AIDS Seminar at DUT


The International Education and Partnership Office at DUT in partnership with the University of Michigan proudly hosted The Pedagogy of Action, a…

Pockets of Knowledge


Nostalgia for ex-students as Pockets of Knowledge debuts in DUT. “A simple story set in the typical African backdrop of a village. Inside this…

Chit Chat


Award-winning comedian/actor Siyabonga Radebe has landed a starring role on Generations as Xolani Mthembu, the toy boy of shebeen queen Ruby Dikobe….

All Humans Are Equal, Says Indian Humanitarian Shri Bhandare


The Durban University of Technology had the privilege of hosting a lecture by His Excellency Shri Murlidhar C Bhandare, the Governor of Orissa,…

Community Health Studies Observes Child Protection Week


To commemorate Child Protection Week, fourth year Child and Youth Care DUT students designed a banner to raise awareness on the significance of…

Students help out at St Martin’s Home


DUT’s international students will spend a day with children at St Martin’s Diocesan Home for Children on Saturday 5 May. The students who hail from…

Robin’s final flight


Durban’s Robin Singh, noted actor, director and senior lecturer in the drama department of the Durban University of Technology (DUT), has put on his…

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