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Ntuli’s bumpy road to success


YOUNG entrepreneur Ntokozo Ntuli’s road to success was not an easy one after resigning from her last job without having a solid plan. Talking about…

Mandela Day Celebrations At DUT


Every year, on July 18, the world celebrates Nelson Mandela International Day in honour of freedom fighter and former South African President, Nelson…

Fashioning drab items into pretty accessories


PRETTY bougainvillea flowers encased between perspex, bits of tree bark carefully layered on a roll and pumpkin seeds that never looked so good…

DUT To Honour Jay Naidoo, Chairman of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), With An honourary Doctorate


The Durban University of Technology will confer an honorary Doctor of Technology Degree in Engineering and the Built Environment to Jay Naidoo,…

RlOm boost for bursaries for students of orthotics and prosthetics


THE KWAZULU-Natal Department of Health has invested R10 million in bursaries for students studying orthotics and prosthetics. Head of Department Dr…

DUT: Giving Young Playwrights A Voice


The Durban University of Technology will be hosting the New Playwright’s Festival at the Courtyard Theatre on the Steve Biko campus in Durban, from…

DUT Students Jet Off To The States


A group of nine students from the Durban University of Technology are jetting off to the United States of America (USA) this evening for a 12 day trip…

Long literary journey begins for local writer


A long but worthwhile journey of novel writing has just began for a budding Durban writer who has launched her first book, set in KwaZuln-Natal,…

My DUT Experience Survey


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

Kwaitos Big Clout


FOR SIX months in 1999 he performed ballet in four European countries and 14 African countries with a French ballet company, Company Durieux. But…

From humble beginnings to culinary success


Benny’s interest in food started with his helping his mother in her informal catering business in Alexandra NELSPRUIT – As a young boy in Alexandra,…

Andile wants to help aspiring filmmakers


He gave up a good job as a cameraman at a leading broadcaster to do what he loves the most. Andile Buwa has become a successful scriptwriter, producer…

DUT Signs MOU with Energy and Water Sector Seta


The Durban University of Technology has entered into a partnership with the Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA), one of…

SANCO Development Institute Launched at DUT


The South African National Civic Organisation Development Institute (SDI) was launched at the DUT Ritson Hall, Ritson Campus, last night and the event…

DUT staff aid impoverished pupils


The Durban University of Technology prides itself as an avid sponsor of community engagement projects.

DUT Journalism Department Commemorates Africa Day


The Durban University of Technology’s Journalism Department commemorated Africa Day with a robust seminar on Reporting Africa.

Bantwini writes own script


Singer to record his first live DVD on Youth Day, writes Noni Mokati. He has captivated fans with his dance moves and collaborations alongside house…

Steven is all about sport!


His radio fans know him by his closing line: “I am Steve Bhengu”. Steven Bhengu, from Woodlands, is a popular sports presenter on Gagasi FM. He said…

Education Without Borders


In 2001, HCT initiated a major international student conference based on the radical premise of inviting the most creative students of the world to…

Striking shifts in ceramics


An exhibition of KZN artists finding new ways to reinvent clay SOME of the country’s best ceramic artists are represented in a new exhibition at the…

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