DUT TO HOST ITS VIRTUAL GRADUATION CEREMONY ON THE 10 JUNE 2020
In making sure that the Durban University of Technology is adhering to the National Coronavirus Command Council Regulations to stay safe and to observe social distancing, DUT will host its a virtual graduation ceremony on the 10 June 2020 at 12pm.
The virtual graduation ceremony will take place in order to honour all of the graduands who were meant to graduate in April and May 2020. A total number of 7832 students will graduate, comprising 4480 women and 3352 men. 7692 will be graduating with their undergraduate qualifications whilst 140 will graduate with post-graduate degrees.
The Faculty of Management Sciences has the highest number of gradaunds, with a total number of 1902.
DR CARMEN JAMES SHARES HER COVID-19 EXPERIENCE WITH THE DUT COMMUNITY
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Employee Wellness Programme and The Gender Forum EXCO hosted its third online webinar on self- care during COVID-19.
The DUT community was invited to be a part of the online conversation last Wednesday, 13 May 2020, with guest speaker: Dr Carmen James, an integrative medical doctor and health coach, who shared her story as a COVID-19 survivor, and her views on experiencing the virus from the perspective of a healthcare worker and as a patient.
The inspiring doctor gave an account of her harrowing experience of having contracted COVID-19...
UKHOZI FM NEWS PRESENTER, CASSANDRA ZUNGU WILL GRADUATE AT DUT
UKHOZI FM’s current affairs presenter and producer, Ms Cassandra Zungu, is one of the Durban University of Technology (DUT) students who will graduate at DUT’s Virtual Graduation ceremony to be held online on 10 June at 12pm.
Zungu, who comes from Lindizwe village in Nongoma, will be obtaining her BTech in Journalism.
She is excited about gaining her second qualification from DUT, which she had to put on hold for a few years due to financial problems.
“I completed my BTech four years after I received my Diploma in Journalism.
ASPIRING to set a good example for young artists has once again yielded positive results for Durban’s gqom star, TDK MaCassette, also known as the ‘gqom barbie.’
TDK, whose real name is Thandeka Mkhwanazi, will be obtaining her BTech in Communications Management at the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) 2020 Virtual Graduation ceremony to be held at 12 p.m midday, on 10 June 2020. The virtual graduation ceremony will taking place online via the DUT website, www.dut.ac.za
Mkhwanazi first obtained her Diploma in Public Relations at DUT and then continued her studies to BTech level.
GOVENDER AIMS TO BECOME A FEARLESS LEADER IN THE SHIPPING WORLD
“I feel a sense of true joy and accomplishment and when you make small sacrifices it is nothing compared to the rewards that one would reap,” said an elated Celine Govender.
The 24-year-old lass will graduate Cum Laude and the esteemed Dean’s Merit Award for her Diploma in Shipping and Logistics, at the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) 2020 Virtual Graduation ceremony on Wednesday, 10 June 2020 at 12pm.
Despite working a full-time job, facing transportation challenges and enduring many sleepless nights...