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02 September 2016

Highlights
The three DUT Peacebuilding graduates Drs Daiku Dainzenza, Ntombizakhe Moyo and Jean Chrysostome Kyala Kimbuku.

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 University’s Spring Graduation Ceremonies.

These students: Daiku Dainzenza, Jean Chrysostome Kyala Kimbuku and Ntombizakhe Moyo graduated with their Doctorate degrees, whilst Bongani Mkhize received his Master’s degree.

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 Gloria T. Serobe, with Professor Thenjiwe Meyiwa

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 T. Serobe, in recognition of her outstanding contribution towards creating social and economic change and for the empowerment and development of women, particularly those in rural areas.

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Akhona Ngcobo, DUT Post Graduate Association Vice-President and Kunle Oparinde

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 Durban University of Technology have obtained their Master’s degree. 

DUT Post Graduate Association President, Kunle Oparinde and Deputy President, Akhona Ngcobo, graduated during today’s (Thursday, 1 September 2016)

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Dr Sicelo Sibiya

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 living in rural areas, help security agencies in monitoring crime on the ground as well as save millions of lives during weather disasters by delivering real-time, interactive, multimedia communications to those monitoring the disasters.

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 Dr Alveera Singh, DUT PhD graduand.

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 derived drugs, we desperately need drugs that are easily available, and costs associated with treatments that are minimal,” stressed DUT PhD graduand, Dr Alveera Singh. 

Dr Singh has dedicated four years towards research-work into the major health problem of TB which, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO)

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 DUT GENDER FORUM ANNUAL FUN WALK

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