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ALUMNI NDLOVU’S PODCASTS ARE TOPPING THE CHARTS


“My journey with Durban University of Technology (DUT) was really an exciting one. I learnt the basics and

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DUT’S CALDECOTT WINS BRAND LOGO COMPETITION


Giving students the chance to become more ‘engaged students in terms of entrepreneurial opportunities is DUT’s Mthandeni Zama,

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DUT’S NGCOBO SPEAKS ON HOW THE NURSING DEPARTMENT IS MANAGING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC


“The year 2020 Started off on a good start with a new cohort of students for this academic

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DUT launched Community Engagement Showcase and Pitching Awards


The Community Engagement Office, under the DVC Research Innovation and Engagement, as part of its 2020 plans, launched

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Zungu turns makeup hobby into a business


The challenging financial times we find ourselves in, call for us to be astute and innovative. This is

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PROF MTHEMBU SYMBOLIZES 2020 AS THE BEST AND WORST OF TIMES


As the year 2020 is about to come to an end, Durban University of Technology Vice-Chancellor and Principal,

Andiswa Ndlovu

DUT BIDS FAREWELL TO THE 300 GIRLS WHO WERE PART OF THE CODE LIKE A GIRL PROGRAMME


Durban University of Technology (DUT) hosted the Code Like A Girl Closing Ceremony to bid farewell to the

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DUT PAYS TRIBUTE TO COVID-19 VICTIMS


Durban University of Technology (DUT) hosted a memorial webinar for victims of COVID-19 and frontline workers on Tuesday,

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DUT MIDLANDS ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTRE LAUNCHES ITS POST-INCUBATION PROGRAMME


The Durban University of Technology Midlands Entrepreneurship Centre and Student Desk under the office of DVC: RIE Professor

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Rippon primary and Strelitzia Secondary school scoop the Jerusalem dance competition


“It is such an astonishing achievement and feeling for the Rippon Primary School because of not only the

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DUT’S NTINTILI BREAKS INTO THE MUSIC INDUSTRY WITH FULL FORCE


Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Alumna, Philisiwe Ntintili is grateful to her Head of Department (HOD), Professor Debbie

Mduduzi Phungula

Journalism’s Phungula set sights on building media empire


Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Journalism graduate Mduduzi “Dawud” Phungula’s plans of building a media empire are well

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THE DUT COMMUNITY IS URGED TO SUPPORT THE FOOD DRIVE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND NUTRITION CONSUMER SCIENCES


As part of student social responsibility, the Department of Food and Nutrition, first year and Advance Diploma students,

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City Campus Library opens newly renovated computer lab


Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) City Campus library recently held a ceremony to unveil its newly renovated computer

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DUT OFFERS CODING TRAINING TO 300 GIRLS FROM RURAL SCHOOLS IN KZN


Durban University of Technology welcomed 300 girls from the deep rural schools across KwaZulu-Natal to embark on a

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TWO STUDENTS OFFERED PERMANENT POSITIONS THROUGH DUT’S INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS


Having the opportunity to apply the same skills they were taught at Durban University of Technology (DUT) to

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DUT’S STUDENT ENTREPRENEUR WINS AN AWARD IN THE JCI TOYP SA AWARDS FOR 2020


The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) drive is to become an entrepreneurial university, preparing graduates to fill jobs,

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Video Technology’s Njapha wins top student award at 8th African Emerging Filmmakers Awards


Budding filmmaker and Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Video Technology Alumni, Ayanda Njapha was announced as winner of

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Tayla Horn talks how the Emma Smith Art Scholarship Award helped her achieve her dream


In 2017, Tayla Horn from the Fashion and Textiles department was named the Emma Smith Art Scholarship Award

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MEDIA RESPONSE BY ALAN KHAN, SENIOR DIRECTOR CORPORATE AFFAIRS AT THE DURBAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) has noted the story related to a reported COVID-19 breakthrough that was