CLAIRWOOD SECONDARY RECEIVES MASSIVE CASH INJECTION FROM CHINA
The formal unveiling of the Mandarin Teaching Station of Confucius Institute at DUT and handing over ceremony of the donation took place at the school on Monday, 2 December.
South/ Africa–China relations are developing at a dynamic pace. And Clairwood Secondary School (CSS) is at the pinnacle of this global revolution after being the recipients of a R673 000 donation from China, through the Mandarin Teaching Station of Confucius Institute at the Durban University of Technology (DUT).
Believe it or not but the internet-that global network of information and communication that virtually rules our lives-reflects the social hierarchy of our physical world.
For a start, you will always find the naive beginner on Facebook or social media who we geeks (seasoned or know-it-all users) call a newbie. They then grow up and begin the serious unfriending process. Let’s call this digital rightsizing – getting the right group of friends that you talk to, who listen and talk back with some respect.
What about other online “bies“? Here’s a few festive examples I made up while imbibing my favourite beer, Hansa with Vuyo...
The office of the DVC: Research Innovation and Engagement at the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT) hosted a successful DUT Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) engagement workshop, themed: Understanding the current status and the causes of gender disparities in STEM-related TVET on Monday, 25 November 2019. The workshop was held at the Institute for Water and Wastewater Technology [IWWT]’s boardroom, in Steve Biko campus.
The workshop looked at the participation and performance of girls and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and their transition to STEM-related occupation...
Academic excellence was honoured at the Durban University of Technology’s EAP department during its Annual Awards ceremony held recently at the Hotel School, Ritson Campus.
The Extended Curriculum Programme (ECP) students were given awards for their outstanding achievements in the field of Accounting. The ECP Programme, through a purposeful and structured set of learning experiences provides students with the academic foundations necessary for them to succeed on the regular programme. The focus of these provisions is on structuring student academic development, integrated into the overall curriculum rather than as add-on interventions.