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WORKING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND LOCKDOWN


South Africa was forced to go into a lockdown since the outbreak of the COVID-19 that occurred in

DUT’s German Exchange Student Is Staying In Durban Despite Lockdown


Talking to international German exchange student Jonas Bielmeier, who is currently one of three international students, in Durban

DUT Fine Arts Alumna, Thab’sile Ndlovu bounces back to music


FINE Arts Alumna and musician, Thabisile Ndlovu  known as Thab’sile recently released her hit single titled ‘How Do

DUT’s Dr Anisa Vahed Will Soon Sharpen her Skills in the US


The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Dental Technologist and Researcher: Dr Anisa Vahed, was recently named a Fulbright

How Parents are Transitioning to E-Learning and Assisting their Children during the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Lockdown


The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa has destabilised the regular schooling system for all children.

DUT leads SA’s Universities of Technology in research


THE Durban University of Technology (DUT) was recently ranked first position in research amongst the Universities of Technology

DUT’s Student Entrepreneur Makes Face Masks for his Community in Esikhawini


The desire for growth and constantly learning new things has always been a source of inspiration for Mondli

DUT UNION REPRESENTATIVES SHARE THEIR THOUGHTS ON THE PRESIDENTS’ ECONOMIC RELIEF RESPONSE TO THE IMPACT THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC IS HAVING ON SOUTH AFRICA, BUSINESSES AND THE LABOUR FORCE


The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Communications Department’s Waheeda Peters spoke to DUT Union representatives on their viewpoints…

DUT’S Urban Futures Centre in a fight to keep the homeless off the streets during lockdown


CRIMINOLOGIST and Head of Urban Futures Centre at the Durban University of Technology (UFC@DUT): Professor Monique Marks is

IMPACT OF COVID-19 AND LOCKDOWN REGULATIONS ON SMALL BUSINESSES


THE national lockdown has hit hard at the pockets of entrepreneurs especially those running small businesses. Among the

Congratulations to the DUT Community of Researchers and Postgraduate Students for Pushing the Boundaries and Ensuring DUT moves to 13th Position Nationally


The Department of Higher Education and Training released the 2018 report on the “Evaluation of University’s Research Output”.

DUT Alumna’s Braille Designs Caters For The Visually-Impaired


Speaking to DUT (Durban University of Technology) alumna, fashion designer Balini Naidoo, who started her own brand of

Gender Forum Hosts Webinar On Self-Care During Covid-19


The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Gender Forum hosted a Gender Forum-Webinar which focused on Self-care during the Covid-19

Commonwealth Universities’ Students Work Together to Create Solutions to Global Challenges


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) hosted a successful Commonwealth Futures workshop at the Hotel School recently. Titled,

DUT HAS A COMPASSIONATE COVID-19 SOLIDARITY FUND


In line with the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) principles of being a committed, compassionate, caring and supportive

DUT’s Professor Suren Singh raises over R20 000 for Covid-19 Solidarity Fund


THE Durban University of Technology (DUT) Executive Dean: Applied Sciences, Professor Suren Singh has raised over R20 000

The Dynamic Prof Sibiya Is Appointed As The New Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Teaching and Learning at DUT


Meet the recently appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Teaching and Learning at the Durban University of Technology (DUT),…

The DUT Community Shared Its Views On The COVID-19 Pandemic And The Lockdown Period


We are in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak which has been labelled a pandemic by the World Health

DUT DONATES 3D SHIELDS TO LOCAL DOCTORS, OLD-AGE HOME AND MUNICIPAL HEALTH-CARE WORKERS


The rampant COVID19 pandemic has brought our nation to a standstill. It is depleting medical resources and equipment

Ngcobo Gives Talk On Food Security To DUT Drama Students


Doing research into food security in higher educational sectors is what led Sboniso Ngcobo, a BTech student at

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