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First COIL Experience, A Success At DUT


The Durban University of Technology’s Department of International Education and Partnerships awarded certificates to 10 DUT students for

Pillay Wins Regional Doodle Art Competition


Third-year Graphic Design student, Sabastien Pillay was recently crowned regional winner of the Redbull Doodle Art International Competition,

DUT Family Educates KwaXimba Community on Health and Education


Working together in uplifting communities, the various faculties and departments within the Durban University of Technology, held health

Education Inaccessibility For The Deaf Is A Constitutional Crisis


The deaf minority is often not admitted to Higher Education due to the various institutions’ inability to provide

Dublin Professor Impressed by DUT Engineering Students Professionalism


Consulting and working together with students and staff of the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Professor

Universities and Civil Society Relationships Discussed At Public Lecture


Discussing contributions and relations between civil society and universities in the light of changing times was the motivation

Students Become Digital Through FYSE Project


Talking to the vibrant Simon Ndlovu, who is heading an exciting new initiative of the First-Year Students Experience

DUT Confucius Institute Showcase Chinese Culture At International Culture Gala


The DUT Confucius Institute, together with various international organisations from countries such as America, Mexico, India, France and

DUT Convocation urges Society to join hands in fighting crimes against Women and Children


The Durban University of Technology Convocation has taken a stance to join students and the entire South Africa

DUT Applied Sciences student says chia seeds pack a powerful punch.


Chia seeds truly deserve the grand title of “superfood”. Chia seeds are a nutrient power house as they

DUT Photography Students Feed the Hungry


Working towards eradicating hunger, three DUT photography students embarked on a charity drive to raise non-perishable goods to

Third Academic Literacies Symposium, a Great Success!


Sharing and analysing the impact of academic literacies research and practice on student success was one of the

DUT CI attended the 2017 Joint Conference of Confucius Institutes in Africa


The Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban of China convened its Joint Conference of the Confucius Institutes in Africa. The conference

Naik’s Facebook Messenger Bot helps you find your nearest Police Station


Durban University of Technology student, Pivendren Naik has created a Facebook Messenger Bot that helps people find their

DUT SRC urges eThekwini Municipality to fight crimes against women and Children


As violence against women continues unabated in South Africa, the Durban University of Technology Student Representative Council has

Dr Rajesh Tandon to talk “University-Civil Society Relations”


The Durban University of Technology will host a public lecture by Dr Rajesh Tandon, UNESCO Co-Chair on Community-Based

Urgent Notice to all staff and students


24 May 2017 The Durban University of Technology is very concerned about the recent criminal activities occurring around

Meet Dime Maziba, the writer of Political Poetry


Dime Maziba is an author, poet and third-year Financial Accounting student at the Durban University of Technology. In

Njabulo and Nqubeko to New York


Njabulo Innocent Zungu and Nqubeko Ngema are two extremely talented Durban dancers. They attended the Durban University of

DUT appointed David Mohale as Director: Special Projects


The newly appointed  Director: Special Projects in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor, Mr David Mohale is unapologetically committed

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