IWWT APPLAUDED FOR ITS RESEARCH OUTPUT DURING LAUNCH OF ITS BUILDING
The Institute for Water and Wastewater Technology (IWWT) building at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) was officially launched at the Steve Biko Campus in Durban this morning (Thursday 18 July 2019).
Speaking during the event, Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Thandwa Mthembu thanked all partners and stakeholder who contributed immensely towards the realisation of this project.
DUT MIDLANDS CELEBRATES THE LIFE OF NELSON MANDELA WITH CHILDREN LIVING WITH DISABILITIES
In celebrating the life of the late former President of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nelson (Tata Madiba) Mandela, the Durban University of Technology (DUT) Student Services and Development and Student Counselling office at the Midlands campus visited the Isandla Esihle Community Centre for the disabled at Snathing (Pietermaritzburg) area this morning (Thursday, 18 July 2019).
DUT STAFF WORKSHOP ON DISABILITY ADDRESSES CHALLENGES FACED BY PEOPLE LIVING WITH DISABILITIES
In a bid to address challenges faced by the Durban University of Technology (DUT) community living with disabilities the University held a staff disability workshop on Wednesday (17 July 2019) at the Riverside Hotel, Durban North.
Hosted by the Disability unit that is run by Gugu Sacolo (Durban) and Thobeka Nxumalo-Shozi (Midlands Campus), the workshop was an initiative by both Midlands campus office for Student Services and Development and the office of the Dean of Students.
DUT GCI PARTICIPATES IN THE 2019 GREEN CAMPUSES CONFERENCE
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Green Campus Initiative (GCI) recently participated in the 2019 Green Campuses Conference. This conference was held at the University of the Western Cape under the theme, “Role of the 4th Industrial Revolution in Higher Education”.
According to the DUT Department of Student Housing and Residence Life the GCI is a student led organization affiliated under the Department of Student Housing and Residence Life.
DUT’S HLONGWANE SELECTED AS AN AMBASSADOR FOR “LET YOUR ACT BE THE IMPACT” MOVEMENT
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Master of Management Science: Administration and Management student and Centre for Social Entrepreneurship Office: Marketing and Communication officer, Snelisiwe Hlongwane has been chosen as the South African ambassador for the movement called “Let Your Act Be the Impact”.
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) mourns the passing of the legendary musician, dancer, author, academic and great unifier, Dr Johnny Clegg. Dr Clegg sadly passed on aged 66 on Tuesday, 16 July 2019.
DUT Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Thandwa Mthembu said, “The DUT community extends its sincere condolences to the family, friends and fans of Dr Johnny Clegg. We are very sad that a great legend has passed on.”