Over 12 000 learners and over 140 schools will visit the Durban University of Technology during its Open Week expo from Wednesday, 18 May 2016, to Saturday, 21 May 2016.
The event, which is being held at the Fred Crookes Sports Centre, DUT Steve Biko Campus, is held annually where the University extends an invitation to schools in and around KwaZulu-Natal’s grade 10 to 12 pupils to assist them in making informed choices on their future careers.
DUT students, together with the University’s Student Counselling Department and the HIV/AIDS Centre, yesterday (Wednesday, 18 May 2016) vowed to fight new HIV/AIDS or sexual infections during the celebration of the 33rd Annual international Candlelight Memorial 2016.
The event was held at the University’s food court area, Steve Biko Campus. The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial is celebrated annually during the third Sunday of May.
In creating a better and safer environment for students, the Durban University of Technology, in partnership with the International Centre of Nonviolence (ICON), hosted a dialogue which aimed to educate and put an end to rape which continues to affect many South African communities.