DURBAN’S PORT DEVELOPMENT SHOULD BE ‘RIGHT’ AND ‘SMART’
Engaging with new ideas and an innovative vision for what Durban as a port city could be like was the aim of the symposium held at DUT Steve Biko Campus recently.The Urban Futures Centre (UFC) and the South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) jointly hosted the first ‘Inclusive City Symposium’, focusing on the port of Durban.
With just a few months after being named DUT’s Mr Green Campus Initiative (GCI), Brian Ndimande is one of the top finalists for KwaZulu-Natal’s Top Model South Africa.
Ndimande who hails from Glencoe in Dundee is a first year Taxation student at the University. The ambitious, big dreamer used to watch Fashion TV and would try to mimic other models not knowing that one day he would make it this far in his modelling career.
The historic win of the recent American elections by the Republicans’ nominee for president, Donald Trump, has become the most unpredicted win in the US history. Political analysts could not have got it more wrong and are looking back into Trump’s campaign, in a bid to understand where did they go wrong in their predictions?
The fascination and also horror of his win against the Democrats’ presidential nominee for president, Hillary Clinton has not only affected the American people but people from around the world.
CRITICAL DIALOGUE AND STRATEGIC INITIATIVES DOMINATED TALKS AT SYMPOSIUM
Providing a platform to critically assess and share reflective insights on learning, teaching and assessment, formed part of the 5th Learning, Teaching and Assessment Symposium, which took place at the Coastlands Hotel in Musgrave recently.
Issues such as transformative curricula, graduate attributes, first year student experiences and innovations in teaching and learning dominated talks at the three-day symposium.