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Fashion Design Has Always Been In Her Blood


Hard work definitely pays off in the end and it is up to you to achieve your goals.

SKISA girls confident ahead of Kanazawa Cup


Four SKISA girls, Mishka Chunilal, Trina Oree, Riasha Singh, and Sharyanka Naidoo will be flying the SKISA flag high when they compete in the Kanazawa…

He’s a Hip Hop wonder!


Zakwe sizzles with five Sama nominations under his belt. Calling him a hard worker would be an understatement! Ntokozo Zakwe, known as Zakwe in music…

Graduates should help build the nation, Prof Bawa


The Durban University of Technology graduation season is still proceeding.

Artistic tribute to SA workers


A Durban student has made Workers’ Day personal this year writes Amanda Khoza Eight workers at a construction site on the corner of Brook and Dr…

Judge Vuka Tshabalala appointed new DUT Chancellor


The Durban University of Technology is proud to announce that former KwaZulu-Natal Judge President Vuka Tshabalala has been appointed as its…

She Juggled Studies and Work and Came Out On Top


Zothile Khawula, 23, juggled her Human Resources Management Btech and her in-service training.

Poetry session at Mansfield Hall


Izinkondlo zamaciko (poetry by the poetic), a Pneumarella Society of Arts monthly event aimed at showcasing talented artists, will be held at the…

Passion and Perseverance Saw Him Through


Passion and perseverance are essential when one aspires to acquire a high qualification, said Durban University of Technology graduate Clinton…

New DUT Chancellor Judge Vuka Tshabalala unveils his vision for DUT


DUT Chancellor Judge Vuka Tshabalala was inaugurated during a dinner last night where he unveiled his vision for the Durban University of Technology….

You Are Now Armed With Tools To Get You Ahead


You are now armed with tools to get you ahead, Graduating DUT students told.

Shelley and Kyra-Moon to design for Foschini


Durban University of Technology fashion designer student, Shelley Botha and Kyra-Moon Halfpenny are shooting for the stars. Along with two other AFI…

DUT Hosts Windows Boot Camp


The Durban University of Technology Information Technology (academic) Department recently hosted the Windows 8 Development Workshop which also saw the…

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…

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