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Maximum Benefit


Max’s Lifestyle is Durban’s best-known township hangout. The Umlazi shisa nyama hot spot is a party palace for the well-heeled and has become a…

DUT Students Jetting off to America on Scholarships


Four Durban University of Technology students from the Department of Tourism and Hospitality have been awarded scholarships by the United States…

Media-mad Mazwi graduates cum laude


Former Durban University of Technology (DUT) distinguished student, Mazwi Mgobhozi, 23, is making strides in Johannesburg’s corporate jungle….

Cultural Diversity Challenge 2012


As part of their second year assignment, a group of 5 Public Relations students came up with an idea of hosting an event called Cultural Diversity…

lzitshudeni zase-DUT ziyohlomula ngolwazi e-USA


Bazoyocija amakhono abo phesheya abafundi abane baseDurban University of Technology (DUT) abathole imifundaze ngenxa yokwenza umsebenzi oncomekayo…

DUT’s Tammy Sturrock wins prestigious fashion award


The Durban University of Technology took centre stage as one of its students won the 2012 Vodacom Durban July Young Designer Award.

DUT Adopts Sustainable Approach to Waste Management


The Go Green@DUT project, an initiative seeking to promote social responsibility as well as the adoption of a sustainable solution to the waste…

Ntokozo keeps the oils flowing


We kick off Women’s Month talking to chemical engineer Ntokozo Gcabashe who says she enjoys mixing chemicals more than the admin part of her…

Bongiwe Msomi’s light shines again


Durban University of Technology student Bongiwe Msomi is moving higher and higher up the ladder of success.

German Exchange Students Excited About Stay at DUT


The Durban University of Technology welcomed another group of exchange students from Germany last week.

Rural pilot guides the world’s largest vessel


A young woman from rural parts of the province is literally making waves. Xoliswa Bekiswa from Zimbane in Mthatha is one of few marine pilots in the…

Ray of light for Gingindlovu girl


An eye for an eye. No, not vengeance, or retribution, but one that centred on the triumph of the human spirit. Your lead story on Friday, July 20,…

An educational theatre gem


A simple story set in a typical African village is how Sabelo Ndlovu and Menzi Mkhwane describe their two-hander, Pockets of Knowledge , which can be…

Living in dangerous, war-torn territory


Fresh from performances at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, Durban University of Technology (DUT) presents 05978321 or Numbered!, at the…

Foreign Students Visit DUT Journalism Programme


The Durban University of Technology Journalism Program was recently visited by three students from Singapore who have just completed their…

KZN Olympians set their sights on London gold rush


A KwaZulu-Natal student will be jetting off to the London Olympic Games as part of the national women’s soccer team, Banyana Banyana. Zamandosi Cele,…

“South – North Conversations” Exhibition Set To Mesmerise


An evening of eclectic enchantment awaits guests at the upcoming DUT/ARROWSA Jewellery Exhibition.

Open Week at DUT


The Durban University of Technology has invited over 850 schools to the open week, where different departments at the University educate matric and…

The life and humanity behind the name


Hawks spokesman McIntosh Polela’s book explains why he no longer has the name he was given at birth, writes Sue Grant-Marshall 1-It. lite ot McIntosh…

Inspire and be inspired


Durban University of Technology fourth-year student Sihle Mthembu is a rising star.

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