Making it to the top three Rising Star 2020 finalists in the Sixth Annual Santam Women of the Future Awards has made the Durban University of Technology (DUT) Sports Management Alumna, Boniswa Mayeza to realise that she is a step closer to making her dream a reality.
Mayeza (25) from Bhobhobho at Umzinto, South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is one of the three young business women fighting for the Rising Star Award.
She is crossing fingers that her emergency app, Shesha Mobile Application comes out top at the Santam Women of the Future Awards ceremony to be held on 16 October 2020.
SIYAPHUMELELA 2.0 PROJECT OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED TO IMPROVE DUT STUDENT SUCCESS
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) held its Siyaphumelela 2.0 launch via MS Teams last Friday, 11 September 2020. The aim of the event was to showcase more on the university’s plan to support the undergraduate success over the next three years, as DUT is the recipient of the Kresge Foundation Grant towards improving student success.
Opening the live webinar was Director Institutional Planning: Nicky Muller, who indicated that she had assisted the project leader (Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Teaching and Learning at DUT, Professor Nokuthula Sibiya), in driving the project from 2016 to 2019.
DUT HIV/AIDS CENTRE HOSTS WEBINAR ON WOMEN’S SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS AND COVID-19
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) HIV/AIDS Centre recently hosted the Women’s Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and COVID-19 webinar on Microsoft Teams.
In her opening remarks DUT’s HIV/AIDS Centre Manager, Thobile Zulu shared that they held the webinar to highlight some of the issues affecting women. Zulu said Women’s Month has come and gone but one thing that is really disappointing is that women are still experiencing abuse; Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is still rife.
DUT’S RESEARCH OFFICE HELD A WEBINAR FOCUSING ON HOW TO BUILD A THRIVING ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE AT THE INSTITUTION
The Offices of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC): Research, Innovation and Engagement and the Director: Research and Postgraduate Support held a webinar pertaining to the theme: Building a Thriving Innovation Ecosystem while Cultivating Entrepreneurial Culture at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) and the role of the Research Office, on 10 September 2020, via MS Teams.
DUT’s DVC of Research, Innovation and Engagement, Professor Sibusiso Moyo started the session focusing on how to build a thriving entrepreneurial culture at DUT, and also saying thank you to all as DUT is doing such sterling work in terms of research.