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Durban student scoops award


DUT student Troy Clarke won the SA Fashion Week Student Competition in Joburg on Sunday. He shared first prize with Cape Town’s Judy Nel in what…

Artist bags top ceramics prize with first exhibit


Durban University of Technology fine arts student Sbonelo Luthuli holds one of the pots included in a collection that won him the National Ceramic…

His ‘brave’ action offers hope


Durban activist and head of Greenpeace International, Kumi Naidoo’s “brave and direct action” is the only hope that the world has that sanity may…

DUT signs MoU with UESTC


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China…

We loved being at home


Head to Artspace to see the new exhibition by Caryn Nolan. The creation of this body of work, for her Masters of Technology (MTech) from Durban…

DUT students cycle for charity


Twenty one chiropractic students of the Durban University of Technology set off last week on a cycling odyssey across KZN as part of a charity event…

Research Facilities new Research Chairs for varsities


Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has announced that a total of 60 new Research Chairs will be awarded to various institutions of higher…

Top DUT student wins trip to the UK


Durban University of Technology student Neetasha Singh jets off to the UK next week after winning the Abe Bailey Travel Bursary. Singh, 23, a…

Sew Artful


An exciting exhibition has dispelled the myth that embroidery is a craft rather than fine art form, writes Vivian Attwood.

Town planning students on the right “track”


A group of ninety third year Town and Regional Planning students boarded a train to KwaMashu on Thursday, 9 February as part of a joint orientation…

DUT wins best stand at national level


The Durban University of Technology has won the bi-Annual National Innovation Competition (NIC) hosted by the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) which…

Media statement by Alan Khan, Senior Director: Corporate Affairs at the Durban University of Technology


There have been no illegal student protests at DUT today. The University has been working with the SAPS to maintain order on campus. The SAPS will…

Solemn Oath for Anatomy Students


First year Anatomy students studying in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences at the Durban University of Technology recently took a modified…

Prof Ilcev represents DUT in Russia


“Science is an enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the natural world” –…

DUT students cycle for charity


Twenty one chiropractic students of the Durban University of Technology set off last week on a cycling odyssey across KZN as part of a charity event…

It’s not just education


Ahmed Bawa believes that South Africans should tackle the education crisis in the country like they are going into battle. “Maybe it’s time for us to…

Winning ideas to rejuvenate city park


A vision for a brighter Bulwer Park has won two student town planning teams the top spots in a city planning and urban design competition. The…

Students to learn how to think like Madiba


First-year students at the Durban Uni-versity of Technology will be taught to think and act like Nelson Mandela as part of a programme aimed at…

Crooner in the flesh, gangster in a flash


Popular singer Mnqobi Mdabe is to star in a short film called The Number which will be aired on Mzansi Magic soon. Mdabe (pictured), better known as…

Professor has three books in the works


Professor has three books in the works – Dedication to research has paid off for Durban University of Technology academic Dr Dee Pratt who has…

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