PROF MTHEMBU POINTS OUT SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES AS THE HEARTBEAT OF DUT
Durban University of Technology (DUT) Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Thandwa Mthembu recorded a video message unpacking the Systems and Processes perspective which he identified as the heartbeat of DUT, on Monday, 19 October 2020.
Prof Mthembu focused on the second of the four Perspectives from DUT’s Envision 2030, aiming at Improving Lives and Livelihoods. The four Perspectives are: Stewardship (which Prof Mthembu recently delivered a video message on), Systems and Processes, Sustainability and Society.
DUT DRAMA ALUMNUS STAR IN E.TV'S NEW MEDICAL DRAMA, DURBAN GEN
“Never give up on something you are passionate about. There is hope and light at the end of the tunnel, you just need to have faith and believe there is a GOD.”
Those are the words of the Durban University of Technology (DUT) Drama and Production studies alumnus, Ntando Mncube.
The vibrant actor has landed a huge role of playing businessman, Sibusiso Dlamini on e.tv’s new medical drama, Durban Gen, which is aired on Monday to Friday at 18h30.
To foster social cohesion amongst South African learners of all races and different grades, the Durban University of Technology (DUT) established the Spring 2020 New Normal Jerusalema Dance Competition, offering a R10 000 voucher to the winning school.
This competition which is open to all primary and high schools started on Monday, 19 0ctober 2020 and will close on Monday, 9 November 2020.
Schools that are confident that they have mastered the Jerusalema Dance are invited to enter the competition by filling in the form and by sending their 2 to 4 minutes’ video via WhatsApp on 064 773 1318.
One of the objectives of the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Envision 2030 strategy is to establish mutually beneficial partnerships to contribute towards the ‘improving lives and livelihoods’ of the DUT community and society.
Working towards this vision is the Department of Advancement and Alumni Relations (AAR) at DUT which recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Pan African Chamber of Commerce (PACC). AAR has also received support from Prof Deborah Lutge from the Faculty of Arts and Design considering that the focus of one of the key projects to be undertaken collaboratively will focus on promoting the Arts in Africa.