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19 July 2018

Dr Maponya Lecture

STRONG FOCUS ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION AT THE DR R MAPONYA LECTURE

President of the University of Waterloo from Canada, Professor Feridun Hamdullahpur emphasized the importance of producing students that will come up with new solutions that don’t exist.

“We all need to get into the basics and the fundamentals, which should be about how do we really understand the talent needs,...
 

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DUT & Zibukele High School

DUT EXTENDS A HELPING HAND TO A NEIGHBORING SCHOOL DURING MANDELA DAY

The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Library Services in collaboration with Library and Information Studies as well as the Writing Centre participated in a Community Outreach Programme during Mandela Day, 18 July 2018.

During this engagement these DUT departments were reorganizing and setting up the Resource Centre at Zibukezulu High School, in Pietermaritzburg, which is located at the doorstep of Indumiso Site.
 

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WIL Conference

ROBUST ENGAGEMENTS ON THE FIRST DAY OF WIL AFRICA CONFERENCE

The Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the Durban University of Technology (DUT), Prof. Thandwa Mthembu, emphasized the need of exposing students to the work environment. He was speaking during the opening day, 18 July of the 3rd WIL Africa Conference – currently happening at Coastlands Hotel in Umhlanga, Durban.

Mthembu who also serves as the Chairperson of the Universities South Africa (USAF)...
 

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Book about Kenneth

DUT ACADEMICS TO LAUNCH A BOOK ABOUT KENNETH GARDENS

Three academics from the Urban Futures Centre at the Durban University of Technology (UFC@DUT) have written a fascinating book about Kenneth Gardens, which is Durban’s largest low-income municipal housing estate. The book is titled: VOICES OF RESILIENCE – A Living History of the Kenneth Gardens Municipal Housing Estate in Durban.

DUT will co-host an official book launch in partnership with the Publishers of the book,

 

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DUT’s Michael Zulu and Tex Peters with learners

DUT PARTICIPATES IN THE ANNUAL NELSON MANDELA DAY CAREER DEVELOPMENT FESTIVAL

The Durban University of Technology (DUT) showcased its career opportunities during the Annual Nelson Mandela Day Career Development Festival, which was held today, 18 July 2018 at the Mandela School of Science and Technology, uMvezo village, uMthatha in the Eastern Cape.

DUT Student Recruitment Officer, Michael Zulu who was part of the team representing DUT in this event, said learners displayed great enthusiasm towards programmes offered by DUT. “Learners were asking questions and engaging with us, which was very encouraging.

 

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