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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…

DUT IT Students Amaze Microsoft South Africa Bosses


The Durban University of Technology’s Information Technology Department has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with software giant Microsoft…

DUT Midlands Campuses Impacting Impoverished Communities Through Sport


The Durban University of Technology has entered into a partnership with the uMgungundlovu Academy of Sports (UAS) in a project that is geared towards…

National Women’s Day Seminar


In celebration of National Women’s Day, the Durban University of Technology hosted its Annual Women’s Day Forum on Monday 6 August 2012.

ICON Calls For National Dialogue on Violence


Following the killing of 34 miners by police at Marikana, the International Centre of Nonviolence (ICON) which is based at the Durban University of…

First Thing’s First Campaign


Durban University of Technology’s HIV/AIDS Centre is fuelling the second session of its First Thing’s First Campaign; visiting all campuses to…

World of Work Ends On A High Note


In its last day, (Friday August 17, 2012) the Durban University of Technology World of Work ends with something to look forward to next year, with the…

Searching for newsmaker of the year in KZN


What was the most talked-about event or personality in KwaZulu-Natal this year? That’s what the Durban University of Technology (DUT) and its…

Loveless life deprived Braiden of swimming glory


Chad le Clos and Braiden Shange were born in 1992 within a month of each other. They went to similar primary schools, not far from each other, and…

Powerful black comedy


Drama student Nondumiso Lushozi wants to develop theatre in Pietermaritzburg, Lushozi (22) will feature in the powerful, dark and aggressive black…

It’s a lifestyle not a brand


A local woman showcases her designs at SA Fashion Week TJOCAL resident, Nishai Sookdhew (28), has been chosen to showcase her fashion collection at…

Young Marine Pilot leads Massive Ship


Black woman beats stereotype Xoliswa Bekiswa made waves when she led the MSC Sola, the biggest cargo ship to hit our shores, into the Port of Ngqura…

Women, Power, Respect.


In keeping with Women’s Month, the Durban University of Technology’s Student Counselling and Health Centre hosted its annual Women’s Day…

DUT Gender Forum Celebrates Women’s Month


After hosting a Women’s Day picnic at the Botanic Gardens on Women’s Day (9 August 2012), the DUT Gender Forum is hosting two more events which…

Mbali launches her second book


Raised in Nkandla by her granny, she then moved to Esikhawini, Richards Bay. Mbali Xulu (32) is a public management graduate from the Durban…

Strings of voices


Choirs from three KwaZulu-Natal universities performed with the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert held at the Durban University of Technology…

A meeting that focused on peaceful solutions


Non-violence in action conference was a lively affair NONVIOLENCE activists from around the world met at the opening of the Roots to Fruits conference…

DUT Interior Design Students to Revamp the DUT City Campus


Durban University of Technology’s Interior Design students have been tasked to revamp the City Campus, a job they have gladly accepted.

July thrills and frills


On the fashion field, third year DUT student Tammy Sturrock stole the limelight when she topped the prestigious Vodacom Durban July Young Designer…

Phaedra’s Love at the DUT Courtyard Theatre


With Monday (13 August 2012) being student night at the DUT Courtyard Theatre, it (the theatre) was filled up to capacity as students came to watch…

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