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He Was Happiest With His Head Stuck In His Books


Trevoulin Govender had no social life and instead chose to spend the majority of his time with his head stuck in his books.

“My DUT Experience Survey”


May 2012 will see the launch of the “My DUT Experience Survey”. This anonymous online student experience survey asks about your experience at the…

High Heels With Balls: Moving, affirmative and cathartic piece


High Heels With Balls is a play written and directed by DUT drama graduate Thabiso Radebe. It is about a young gay prostitute man trapped in the…

The Workplace Comes With Many Challenges


The Workplace Comes With Many Challenges- Prof Ndebele Tells DUT Graduates

DUT Presents A Production Into The Life And Death Of King Shaka Zulu


The Department of Drama & Production Studies at the Durban University of Technology invites Durban audiences to attend a production of “Nawe Mbopha…

Free at last


Australian choreographer Liz Lea is bringing the joy of movement to KZN communities that are usually overlooked by the world of dance. As a dancer,…

Persistence pays off, say star DUT graduands


TOGETHER it took them more than a decade and having to rewrite their matric exams, but two students who were eventually accepted at the Durban…

Inchanga facility to serve as training hospital for DUT


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) signed an agreement at the weekend with the new Healing Hills hospital in Inchanga to use the hospital as a…

The studious observer: Nontobeko Ntombela


Nontobeko Ntombela, curator of contemporary art at the Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG), laughs about the idea of being considered a guinea pig.

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.

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