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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…

DUT signs memorandum to enhance education


Learning at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) has reached new heights. The DUT and the ZTE SA, a subsidiary of ZTE (HK) and ZTE Corporation,…

On form honours Martin Burnett


The KZN visual arts community has rallied together to create the works for this exhibition to pay tribute to this popular artist, teacher and…

The long past on which we are built


Preserving the precious Sibudu Cave on the North Coast, that tells us so much about life thousands of years ago, is of paramount importance YDUNG men…

Shaka’s life and death in Zulu


Telling the tales of one of the most influential leaders of the Zulu kingdom, Shaka, Durban University of Technology (DUT) presents the production…

Become Chemical Engineers to be reckoned with


Strive for excellence in the industry of Chemical Engineering and you will become forces to be reckoned with.

Secrecy bill: ‘Why the rush’


The Right2Know (R2K) campaign has called on the ad hoc committee of the National Council of Province (NCOP) on the Protection of State Information…

North Coast Art Group


The May meeting of the North Coast Art Group will be held at the Catholic Church next to Danville Girls School, 2 Newport Avenue, Virginia on Saturday…

Education opens doors!


Steven Bhengu, Gagasi FM’s I news sports on air presenter i says, “you can have it all”. When Bhengu matriculated from New I Forest High in 2008 he…

DUT Journalism Commemorates World Press Freedom Day


The DUT Journalism Programme commemorated World Press Freedom Day with a panel discussion on Media Freedom in South Africa.

Remembering Burnett


An exhibition to honour the life and work of Durban artist Martin Burnett, who died in December, will be held at The Collective in Morningside,…

Oweshashalazi ngokubulawa kweSilo


Abathandi bemidlalo yeshashalazi bazokuthokozela ukubuka umdlalo okulingisa kuwona abafundi abenza izifundo ze-drama eDurban University of Technology…

Top Prizes Up For Grabs as DUT Writing Centres Launch Next Month


Laptops, iPads as well as eBook Readers will be the major prizes up for grabs to winners of the DUT Writing Competition for DUT Undergraduates when…

Students give their all to Evita


TO CREATE challenging opportunities for students, the drama department at Durban University of Technology is staging the musical Evita. Evita began as…

DUT Student the Lucky Winner of Coca Cola Competition


A second-year student in the Financial Accounting Department at the Durban University of Technology was the cynosure of all eyes when Coca Cola…

DUT Hosts Annual WOW Exhibition


The annual World Of Work (WOW) exhibition will be taking place on August 15-16 at the Fred Crookes Sport Centre, Steve Biko Campus where, as usual,…

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