DUT LADIES SOCCER TEAM TO DEBUT IN THE VARSITY FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Ladies Soccer team will feature for the first time in South Africa’s biggest university football tournament, the Varsity Football 2021. The highly anticipated tournament will be held in a secure bio-bubble at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) from 29 September 2021 to 04 October 2021.
The DUT ladies football squad, which is part of the DUT Sport Administration Department, will be among eight teams who will be competing in this tournament. DUT will join the University of Western Cape (UWC), WITS, TUT, University of Limpopo (UL), University of Pretoria (UP-Tuks), University of Johannesburg (UJ) and North-West University (NWU-Potchefstroom).
DUT’S 3RD STREAM INCOME SHORT COURSE DOVETAILS WITH THE TWO ‘PERSPECTIVES’ OF SOCIETY AND SUSTAINABILITY
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Accounting Bridging Course has been met with enthused, positive responses and results from students, parents and the Student Representative Council (SRC), as highlighted by DUT’s Financial Accounting lecturer, Brian Ngiba, of the Department of Financial Accounting based at the Ritson Campus.
The Faculty of Accounting and Informatics introduced and implemented an Accounting Bridging Course from 2019, with the motivation for the course coming from realising that many applicants were being rejected,
DUT HOSTS A VIRTUAL WOMEN EMPOWERMENT WORKSHOP IN CELEBRATION OF WOMEN’S MONTH
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Midlands Project Management Office through the Imbali Education and Innovation Precinct (IEIP) held a virtual Women Empowerment Workshop in celebration of Women’s Month on Friday, 20 August 2021, via Microsoft Teams.
The workshop was aimed at celebrating and encouraging women to take up ownership and leadership positions in their communities while practicing self-care and supporting each other’s personal and professional journey. The attendees also engaged on entrepreneurial opportunities available,
DUT HOSTS RADLA WORKSHOP ON HOW TO PLAN AND WRITE A BOOK, CHAPTER IN A BOOK AND A MONOGRAPH
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Research and Doctoral Leadership Academy (RADLA) hosted an online workshop titled: How to plan and write a Book, Chapter in a Book and a Monograph, via Microsoft Teams, last Tuesday, 17 August 2021.
Prof Cheryl Potgieter who heads the Gender Justice, Health and Human Development and the Research and Doctoral Academy (RADLA) at DUT welcomed the 91 attendees and presenters to the workshop. The attendees at the much-anticipated workshop included staff from both the DUT community, as well as DUT RADLA members.
PROVIDING ESSENTIAL SERVICES TO THE DUT COMMUNITY IN THE TIMES OF A PANDEMIC
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) continues to commend all its essential workers for their dedication and commitment in providing services to the university community during the COVID-19 pandemic. DUT’s Communications team’s Simangele Zuma spoke to Sister Caren Jagessar, a Senior Professional Nurse based at the Isolempilo Campus Clinic (Steve Biko Campus).
Q: Please tell me about your role at DUT?
A: “I am a Senior Professional Nurse, based at the Steve Biko Campus Clinic, under the Student Counselling and Health Department.