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Einstein for Everyone


There was standing room only at the Hotel Conference Centre on DUT’s Ritson Campus on 10 November for a public lecture by highly respected…

Video Tech student shines


Domestic abuse is rife in South Africa and we have some of the highest statistics in the world with regard to gender based violence and rape…

DUT Alumnus navigates SA Agulhas to Antartica.


SOMETIMES this expanse of water is calm, allowing passengers to go on a deck and watch the sun set. Sometimes it becomes a raging mass lashing at the…

How media and arts can improve societies


How the media and the arts can influence societies and make them better and more just places to live, was the topic behind an international conference…

Moving Towards Climate-Smart Agriculture


The Durban University of Technology hosted a successful Agriculture and Rural Development Day at the Ritson Campus, in an aim to analyse whether the…

DUT leads Higher Education


22 November 2011

Gender Forum takes action


DUT’S Gender Forum held a protest near Greyville Racecourse to highlight the prevailing violence against women and children…

10 Days to COP17


The Green Heart Movement was successfully launched at Alliance Francaise, Durban in Morningside on Friday, 18 November…

New SRC President


World AIDS Day at DUT


In 1981 the first cases of the HIV pandemic, which has claimed the lives of millions worldwide, were discovered. Three decades later the death toll is…

DUT student jets-off to the UK


Durban University of Technology Chemical Engineering BTech graduate, Nastasia Ramsamy has been awarded the prestigious Abe Bailey Travel Bursary…

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…

FAD Postgraduate Common Room – City Campus


The Faculty of Arts and Design is pleased to announce that the FAD Postgraduate Common Room on City Campus was officially opened on Friday, 2 March…

Difficult Love (2010)


Zanele Muholi’s award winning documentary Difficult Love will be screened at the DUT Art Gallery during Human Rights Week:

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