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Loud Cheers, Tears and Sighs Of Relief As Grad Starts


Sweltering heat and even wardrobe malfunctions – which were experienced by some students – could not deter the excitement of 820 students who…

HIV/AIDS Awareness Through Art


A colourful exhibition made up of life-sized self-portraits (body maps) of HIV positive people, telling stories of the disease, is on display at the…

DUT Graduation – Traffic Alert!


Traffic on Steve Biko Road (formerly Mansfield Road) on the Berea in Durban will be monitored by Metro Police from tomorrow (Friday, 11 April 2014) to…

Third Year Drama Studies Students Show What They Are Made Of


The New Director’s Festival, presented by the entire class of third-year Drama and Production Studies students at DUT is now in full swing.

Distinctions, Cum Laude and a Dean’s Merit Award For “Biker Chick”


For 22-year-old Roxanne Walker, excelling in whatever she does has become second nature to her.

Graduation by Numbers


A total of 5493 students will graduate at the Durban University of Technology’s April Graduation Ceremonies set to start tomorrow (April 9, 2014).

Distinguished Playwright – Ronnie Govender – Set To Receive An Honorary Doctorate From DUT


DUT will confer an Honorary Doctor of Technology in Arts and Design to distinguished playwright; Ronnie Govender, for his contribution to literature…

Honorary Doctorate For Renowned Environmental Justice Activist – Bobby Peek


The Durban University of Technology will confer an Honorary Doctor of Technology degree in Health Sciences to renowned environmental justice activist,…

Honorary Doctorate For Literary Figure and Activist- Lauretta Ngcobo


Durban University of Technology will confer an Honorary Doctor of Technology Degree in Arts and Design to literary figure and activist; Lauretta…

Finding solutions to water problem is Oyebode’s dream!


Born and bred in Nigeria, Oluwaseun Kunle Oyebode earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural and Environmental Engineering from the…

Social challenges inspired Tony to succeed


Tony Manyangadze has gone from being an orphan in Zimbabwe to graduating Cum Laude with a National Diploma (ND) in Journalism at DUT – and he is…

Learn more about HIV/AIDS through ‘bodymapping’ exhibition


The DUT HIV/AIDS Centre in conjunction with the Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS) are hosting the “Our Positive Bodies”…

Hard Work Is Sumaiya’s Key To Success


Her analytical mind, as well as her aptitude for Mathematics and Science drove Sumaiya Latiff to pursue a career in Industrial Engineering, achieving…

Talented S’Thandiwe Makes The Cut


If you’re talented, hardworking and love what you do, you will be noticed for your efforts, as was in the case of DUT’s S’thandiwe Khumalo, who…

DUT Hosts First Imagine Camp SA


DUT, in partnership with Microsoft South Africa, hosted the country’s first Imagine Camp, which is one of 70 that have been hosted…

Engagement and Student Centeredness Major Components In DUT Strategic Plan


Professor Ahmed Bawa, Vice-Chancellor and Principal at DUT, laid out the University’s strategic plan this week which will act as the University’s…

Walk In The Spirit Of Unity


Walk in the footsteps of the great Mahatma Gandhi and honour his legacy by participating in the annual Salt March 2014, starting from the Phoenix…

Observe Earth Hour And Make A Difference!


Make a difference and support the global campaign: Earth Hour tomorrow (Saturday, 29 March 2014).

Imagining A New Durban


The second Urban Futures Centre (UFS) seminar took place at at the University’s ESBE Boardroom, L3, S4, S Block, this week (27 March 2014).

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