DR MLANGENI CHALLENGES STUDENTS TO BE INNOVATIVE AND CREATIVE
Dr Andrew Mlangeni challenged Durban University of Technology (DUT) students to be creative and innovative in order to address challenges faced by the African continent.
Dr Mlangeni was speaking after being conferred by DUT’s Faculty of Arts and Design with an Honorary Doctor of Education today, 26 April 2018 at DUT’s FJ Sithole Hall, Indumiso Campus in Pietermaritzburg.
MNCUBE LAUNCHES BOOK ON INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN SOUTH AFRICA
The Durban University of Technology’s alumni, Bhekisisa Mncube, has always been featured in the news for his writing and publishing career.
Mncube just launched his book: The Diaries of a Zulu Boy, a childhood memoir, his first solo book, having been a contributor to two books. The genesis of his book began with amusing Facebook posts under the innocuous title, The Diaries of a Zulu Boy.
DEFYING AGE, NGCOBO OBTAINS 27 DISTINCTIONS IN NURSING SCIENCE
Defying all odds that life threw at her, from leaving school at an early age, nothing could deter Thembeni Bridget Ngcobo, from achieving 27 distinctions with a Dean’s Merit award in her Bachelor of Technology (Btech) in Nursing Science.
“It was a paranormal achievement, well expected though that I dedicate to my legendary grandmother, Mrs Elizabeth Mathe. I felt a very unusual sensation mixed with myriad emotions of anxiety...
DUT MIDLANDS GRADUATION CEREMONIES END ON A HIGH NOTE
The second and last leg of the autumn graduation ceremony at the Durban University of Technology, Indumiso Midlands Campus kicked off in a trailblazing fashionable way this morning.
Faculties of Accounting and Informatics, Engineering and the Built Environment and the Health Sciences faculty honoured their graduating hard working students with prestigious and well deserved accolades.