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Travis’ Sweet Victory Despite Difficult Obstacles


When life throws you lemons, make lemonade. That is exactly what Travis Bedeck did during his journey towards successfully

Cum Laude After Third Time Lucky for Luke


After trying to study two degrees and not succeeding, Luke Cotterell proved to be lucky the third time

More PhD Graduates for DUT Peacebuilding


Four more Peace Building Programme students from the Durban University of Technology graduated today (Thursday, 1 September 2016), during the…

SA Needs Intellectual Capacity, Dr Serobe Tells Graduates


This afternoon, the Durban University of Technology conferred an Honorary Doctorate in Management Sciences to women empowerment luminary, Dr Gloria…

Master’s Degrees for DUT Post Graduate Association Presidents


Despite their busy schedules and managing between their careers and studies, both presidents of the Post Graduate Association at the

Graduates Must Make Strides in the Working World


Cheers of ululation, dancing and a bit of gloating marked the first session of the DUT Graduation Ceremonies

Cum Laude for Bongani Despite Dire Challenges


Having had amazing role models and a strong faith in God were the inspirations behind Bongani Qwabe forging ahead and

Using Local Plants to Fight the TB Scourge


“With the rapid increase in infections in sub-Saharan Africa and the high cost and limited access to synthetically

Delivering 3G Access and Security Through Research


A DUT PhD student has graduated from research which could deliver wireless broadband services to millions of people

Spring Graduation 2016 by Numbers


A total of 1010 students will graduate at the Durban University of Technology’s Spring Graduation Ceremonies taking place

Silent Marchers Shine Spotlight on Sexual Violence


“Stop the war on women’s bodies!” echoed throughout the packed Fred Crooks Sports Centre on the DUT Steve

Focused Leadership and Commitment Needed For Transformation


Since the dawn of democracy, South Africa still does not have an agreed on definition or targets with

Exploring Complexity in Higher Education


Universities are devilishly complex spaces and there must be a conversation as to how to design them for

Women in Leadership Vastly Lacking


Women in leadership took centre stage during day one of the inaugural Courageous Leadership Conference organised and hosted

Dissecting the Concept of Courageous Leadership


Courage is not the absence of fear, but the ability to translate fear by acting in pursuit of

Exploring Our Next World Through Fashion


The Fashion and Textiles Department at DUT will hold its annual Fashion Show to be held from Wednesday, 28 September

First Year Experience One-Stop Shop


To equip first-year students with necessary knowledge and skills to allow them to successfully adapt and make the transition from high

DUT VC Throws Weight Behind Silent Protest March


DUT’s Interim Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Dr John Volmink, has expressed his full support for the Silent Protest March

This Gene Called Education


I received an invite from the sedate Ela Gandhi to the Phoenix Settlement Trust Centre in Inanda, Durban.

Empowering Gendered Researchers 


Visiting Professor Phil E. Okeke-Ihejirika, Professor and Acting Chair at the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, University

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