After eight weeks of the staff strike, the Durban University of Technology students and staff are delighted to have the university fully operational. DUT’s Publications Officer, Waheeda Peters had some of the students and staff share their views on the process of registration being back on track for 2018.
PRESTIGIOUS NOMINATION FOR DUT LECTURER’S INNOVATIVE DESK
Durban University of Technology’s Interior Design graduate and part-time lecturer, Siyanda Mbele’s “Mvelo Desk” recently scored a nomination in the category as one of the “Most Beautiful Object in South Africa” during the Design Indaba’s 2018 Awards.
Mbele is the owner of Pinda, which designs and manufactures hand-painted furniture inspired by the uniqueness of South African cultures.
ZAKHELE JIYANE IS VODACOM’S NEW HEAD FOR MPUMALANGA REGION
Zakhele Jiyane is a business leader and a highly skilled engineer with two decades of working experience. The new Managing Executive for Vodacom Mpumalanga region is a man with big ambitions for the region.
Zakhele Jiyane is a business leader and a highly skilled engineer with two decades working experience.
DUT TO HOST WELLNESS SPORTS DAY FOR FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
More than 600 first year students are expected to be part of The Durban University of Technology’s Wellness Sports Day on Saturday, 17 March 2018 at the Fred Crookes Sports Centre, Steve Biko Campus.
This event will be hosted by the department of Student Housing and Resident Life department. DUT’s Student Resident Assistant (RA), Sphamandla Dlamuka said the Wellness Sports Day is part of their annual programmes aimed at assisting new students to adapt to life at DUT.