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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.

Pupils Continue to Pour in at Open Week


In its second day, Open Week at the Durban University of Technology did well with students from Durban and Pietermaritzburg visiting the campus during…

Student designers wow July judges


A massive entry of 110 outfits put together by student fashion design students from across KwaZulu-Natal left the high powered panel of judges with a…

DUT Students To Feature At Durban International Film Festival


An engaging and thought-provoking documentary about a turtle poacher, produced in association with students from the Durban University of Technology,…

DUT Recognised for Its Renewable Energy Initiatives


The Durban University of Technology was recently recognised by Value SA, a renewable energy company, for its efforts in decreasing its carbon…

Good news for Chatsworth student on Youth Day


Chatsworth student t Kereshan Naidoo (19) 2 had every reason to celebrate Youth Day, having just been awarded a bursary of R 14 000, by Ellerine…

DUT Gives Mutilated Girl a Chance to Normal Childhood


The young girl from Gingindlovu, near Eshowe, who was recently raped and mutilated by a 15-year-old boy will be given a chance to enjoy a normal…

DUT Midlands House Committee Scoops Green Award


The Durban University of Technology’s Midlands House Committee and Residence Assistants recently attended the first African Green Campus Conference…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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