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Feats of clay hope to draw crowd


The Durban Art Gallery is on a mission to rekindle public interest in ceramics through their latest exhibition, All Fired Up: Conversation Between…

First Thing’s First


The Durban University of Technology will launch the First Thing’s First Campaign, an innovative HIV campaign targeting first year students at South…

Young Women’s Empowerment Workshop


Grade 11 female pupils from Westmead Secondary School were invited to a Young Women’s Empowerment Workshop held at ML Sultan on Friday 9 March. The…

Record number of entries received for the 2012 MTN Radio Awards


Record number of entries received for the 2012 MTN Radio Awards

Infecting the City looks at ‘give and take’ in public spaces


A collaboration between Johannesburg-based choroegrapher Sello Pesa and conceptual artist Vaughn Sadie will be presented as part of the Infecting the…

Next generation inventions to hit SA


DUT was recently visited by pioneer researcher in biophysics, radiobiology, nanotechnology and sustainable energy, Dr Rajah Vijay Kumar who gave a…

A Triad of Perspect; A Spectrum of Truth


The head of the department of Homeopathy at the Durban University of Technology, Dr Ashley Ross recently delivered the first of a series of Faculty of…

A Triad of Perspect; A Spectrum of Truth


The Durban University of Technology and the Faculty of Health Sciences

Gender is no issue – says Ramsamy


A pioneer in her field of chemical engineering, Nastasia Ramsamy of Woodhurst received a prestigious award for the highest academic achievement by a…

African places and spaces


The African Art Centre in Florida Road, Durban, is hosting the first part of the three-part exhibition, titled Places and Spaces, which comprises…

Success is a journey not a destination


A lecture by Professor Jackie Guille

Sifiso Khanyile releases Music is Everywhere


Through the release of his début album, Music is Everywhere , Magnolia Vision Records and Sifiso Khanyile hope to remind the world that music truly…

Exciting New Book for the Siyazama Project


An exciting new book on the Siyazama Project; led by Professor Kate Wells an Associate Professor and Senior Graphic Design Lecturer at the Durban…

All Fired Up – conversations between kiln and collection


The director and staff of the Durban Art Gallery invite you to All Fired Up, to be opened by Dr Juliette Leeb-du Toit, art historian, senior research…

Author uncovers Gandhi’s links with early ANC leaders


Research done by a New Delhi advocate and author has shown that Gandhi had close ties and friendships with some of the ANC’s early presidents when he…

Faculty Lecture


Titled Success is a journey, Not a Destination, Professor Jackie Guille’s (Design supervisor and Professor at the University of…

“Secrecy bill” under fire at DUT


The so-called “Secrecy Bill” has come under scrutiny once again. The Durban University of Technology (DUT) along with the Democratic Development…

Taxi owners on course to be ‘professionals’


The owners of taxis, whose drivers have a reputation for being rude and unruly, want to be seen as respectable businessmen. Hundreds of taxi owners in…

Walking tightrope between fresh and familiar


The branding of a fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) product has the potential to make or break it, and this science often lies squarely with…

Kindred spirit leads paddlers to the finish line


The annual Unlimited Dusi canoe marathon, from Pietermaritzburg to Durban, recently took place from 16 to 18 February. Initiated in 1950 by Ian…

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