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30 May 2019

Dr Thabethe

“ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOUR CAN IMPROVE ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE,” SAYS DR THABETHE

Constant criticism directed at the Department of Basic Education from different spheres of our society, inspired Dr Msawenkosi Thabethe to pursue his PhD at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) exploring Corporate Entrepreneurship within the Department of Basic Education in KwaZulu – Natal.

“I have worked for the Department of Basic Education for all my life. Education has been noble all along.

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Nishthi and Nivadni Sewnath

TWIN SISTERS AIM TO MAKE AN INDELIBLE MARK IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY

The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Department of Fashion and Textiles has been at the forefront in guiding and showcasing the amazing ‘fashion’ talents of DUT graduates.

The Department also aims to develop and expand the knowledge of talented fashion students who wish to specialise in areas relevant to the current and future fashion and textile industry.

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Nthabi Taukobong

‘SUCCESS IS ABOUT SHOWING UP’ – DUT INTERIOR DESIGN ALUMNA NTHABI TAUKOBONG ON HER 23 – YEAR CAREER

Well – known South African interior designer Nthabi Taukobong – who is the Founder and Managing Director at DITAU – African Luxury Lifestyle has just published a book highlighting her 23-year career in the space. Taukobeng has been a trailblazer, thanks to her work for several high profile people and establishments on the continent. In this interview...

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Lalitha Singh

SINGH LOOKS FORWARD TO BEING A WOMAN OF LEISURE

After 45 years of service at the Durban University of Technology (DUT), Ms Lalitha Singh will be retiring and officially leaving the University on 31 May 2019, to enter a new phase in her life.

“In life everything has a beginning and an end. I have reached the end of my career and will start the next chapter of my life with excitement. My 45 years of service at this institution has been an amazing experience.

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HIV/AIDS awareness team

CHILD AND YOUTH CARE DEVELOPMENT STUDENTS ENCOURAGE THEIR PEERS TO KNOW THEIR HEALTH STATUS

The Child and Youth Care Development students at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) recently hosted an HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign which took place at the Steve Biko Campus Food Court.

The main aim of the campaign was to educate students on the prevention of HIV/AIDS. DUT students were also given talks about the importance of abstaining from sex...

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PUBLIC LECTURE, YOUTH MONTH WITH FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (MIDLANDS)

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