The Durban University of Technology’s Journalismiziko, the Journalism online publication, invited alumni, Zayn Nabbi, to chat live about his journalism career as a sports producer at CNN in London.
Form 2011, Nabbi has risen from being a sports journalist to a producer at CNN in London. He has directed huge sports events such as CNN’s coverage of the Euro 2016, UEFA Champions League finals in Berlin, FIFA Congress in Sao Paulo, Laureus Sports Awards in Kuala Lumpur and the NFL international series in London.
The Durban University of Technology golf team are all ready to tee-off at the 2017 Inter-University Golf Tournament which takes place at Selbourne and Mdoni, from Wednesday, 20 September 2017 to Friday, 22 September 2017.
Excitement is mounting as the 10 DUT team members as they discuss their golf game plan before they tackle the golf course terrains and put their putting skills on display, at the event.
Compassion outweighs criminalisation Durban drug solution project a compelling case study South Africa is stuck in conservative moralistic narratives about drug use but little is done to reduce the associated harms, according to Professor Monique Marks, who heads Durban University of Technology’s (DUT) Urban Futures Centre and a transdisciplinary project, called Pathways into and out of street-level drug use in Durban.
The melodic tune of Whitney Houston’s song ‘One moment in time’ had me humming as I read Steven Little’s book “The Milkshake Moment: Overcoming Stupid Systems, Pointless Policies and Muddled Management to Realize Real Growth.” It reminded me of the expression ‘lightbulb moment.’ This is a moment when you suddenly realize something or have a good idea. The epiphany. Being digital I automatically considered the moments which define ICT during its recent history.