DUT DEBATING TEAM INVITED TO GHANA FOR DEBATING CHAMPIONSHIP
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT) debating team recently participated at the Wits and the Free State Debate Tournaments in August and September 2019.
The team performed exceptionally well at these two events, and received a special invitation to participate in the forthcoming Ghana Debating Championship in preparation for the World’s University debating competition in Mexico, in December 2019.
150 YEARS OF MAHATMA GANDHI’S LEGACY CELEBRATED THROUGH STORY TELLING
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) supports the call of The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy, through story telling by South Africa’s legendary storyteller, Dr Gcina Mhlophe. The programme was held at Kasturba Gandhi Primary School, in Phoenix, on Wednesday, 2 October 2019.
The 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi is celebrated in ways that advance learning, discussion and application of Gandhi’s ideas in long-learning, higher education and knowledge for change.
CELT’S ANNUAL LEARNING AND TEACHING CONFERENCE TACKLES CURRICULUM TRANSFORMATION IN THE AFRICAN CONTINENT
The Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) is hosting its first fully-fledged Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2019, at the Coastlands Musgrave Hotel, from 1 ending today, Wednesday, 03 October 2019.
The aim of the conference is to focus on the dynamic relationship between knowledge and epistemic justice in the context of African higher education.
DUT FASHION STUDENTS SHOWCASE THEIR EXCELLENT DESIGNS ON DAY ONE OF THE FASHION SHOW
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Fashion and Textile department hosted day one of its Annual Fashion Show, at The Durban Station Event Space, last night (Wednesday) 02 October 2019.
DUT’s Head of the Fashion and Textiles Department, Sunthra Moodley said that the purpose of the Fashion Show is one of three combinations, entailing of hard work, opportunities of showcasing the students’ individual work to the public and Fashion industries.