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Striking shifts in ceramics


An exhibition of KZN artists finding new ways to reinvent clay SOME of the country’s best ceramic artists are represented in a new exhibition at the…

Steven is all about sport!


His radio fans know him by his closing line: “I am Steve Bhengu”. Steven Bhengu, from Woodlands, is a popular sports presenter on Gagasi FM. He said…

Basketball league excels


The eThekwini Basketball T Association (EBA) has run a two successful seasons II under the League Director, Paul Spanos. The veterans’ team headed E…

DUT Empowers Impoverished Areas in KZN


The DUT departments of Student Housing and Student Recruitment as well as House Committees and students living at the DUT residences have been hard at…

Crafting His Own Future


You are most likely to find 28 year old Phumlani Mkhize surrounded by well adorned ladies.

Airports – The Future of Urban Development


The Durban University of Technology hosted Dr John Kasarda, the Father of the Aerotropolis, at the DUT Hotel School yesterday (May 30 2012) where he…

DUT Supplies Human Capital to SKA Project


The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Telescope project, the world’s most powerful radio telescope is moving towards Phase 1 and the Durban University of…

29th Annual International AIDS Candlelight Day Memorial


The Durban University of Technology’s Student Counselling and Health Centre/ the DUT HIV/AIDS Centre will commemorate the Annual International AIDS…

Practical Experience


Earn-as-you-learn is the underlying premise behind the DSA’s contribution to vocational training through its partnership with the University of Joburg…

Encouraging entrepreneurship in the youth


In this 2012 month of the youth, we are once again reminded about the many challenges the youth still face, one of them being the scourge of…

Ancient gem plays out in Durban


Shakuntala – a classic sanskrit drama – takes place at the Courtyard Theatre, Durban University of Technology, from May 20 until May 25. Acknowledged…

Top student DSA Achievers


Many students signed up for the DSA education courses and here are the Top Achieving DSA students for this year: Bonga Malinga— Top Achiever for…

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…

Students give a helping hand


In Mahatma Gandhi’s words, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”. Involving yourself in volunteer work creates…

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…

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…

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…

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….

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