In a bid to further promote the South African and Chinese people to people partnership in South Africa, Durban University of Technology (DUT), together with the DUT Confucius Institute, hosted a visit by the Vice-Premier of China, Madam Liu Yandong at DUT’s Ritson campus on Wednesday afternoon. Madam Liu handed over equipment for language laboratories at DUT and vouchers for DUT students to use to travel to China for the annual summer camp.
CONSISTENCY EARNS MABIZELA CUM LAUDE AND DEANS MERIT
A course that DUT’s Silindile Mabizela had no interest in, has proven to be the best choice she has made in her education career.
When Mabizela embarked on doing a National Diploma in Public Management and Economics little did she know that she will excel academically. “When I matriculated I just registered for any course that was at my disposal because I did not want to stay at home.
When Shuratta Muyeni a Durban University of Technology Public Relations Management graduate started focusing more on her dreams than that of others that were when her academic record improved for the best.
Muyeni, graduated Cum laude and Deans merit during the Faculty of Management Sciences ceremony at the FJ Sithole Hall in Indumiso Campus, DUT.
DUT ALUMNUS AND STAFF MEMBER WINS AT THE 2017 LIBERTY RADIO AWARDS
Alan Khan, charismatic and respected media and radio personality who is also Senior Director of Corporate Affairs at the Durban University of Technology, was the proud recipient of the “Best News and Actuality Show” at the 2017 Liberty Radio Awards in Sandton last weekend.
Khan was nominated for two awards for his radio show Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, one for the Best News and Actuality PBS and the second for Best Night Time Show PBS.