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02 June 2016

Highlights
DUT’s performing arts students

DUT AND USA COLLABORATE THROUGH DANCE


Graceful, pulsating dance moves emphasising intense emotions were the order of the night at the spectacular dance performance between DUT Drama and Production Stud students and the José Limon Dance Company (USA), at the Courtyard Theatre on Tuesday, 31 May 2016.

The collaboration forms part of the DanceMotion USA tour to South Africa in conjunction with the United States Consulate in Durban.

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DUT’s Nokuthula Hadebe

HADEBE FLIES DUT FLAG IN CHINESE PROFICIENCY COMPETITION


With the strong development of Chinese economy and global influence, Chinese official language Mandarin as a language widely-used in China and surrounding countries in East Asia with thousands years of history has gradually stepped into the international stage.

The rapid development of Chinese language teaching and cultural exchange between China and South Africa has paved a bright future for Mandarin teaching.

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Some of the pupils at the DUT Gender Forum Take a Girl Child to Work Day initiative.

CREATING FUTURE LEADERS


The Durban University of Technology’s Gender Forum hosted 20 girls from Bonela Secondary School, Durban, as part of their Take a Girl Child to Work Day initiative.

The take a girl child to work campaign is an annually held event which aims to motivate, encourage and give young girls exposure to a variety of careers that they can pursue after high school. 

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 Professor Thengani Ngwenya

A CONVERSATIONS ON ASSESSMENT


Looking at how assessments are being implemented at various faculties at DUT was the main focus of the Continuous Assessment Workshop recently held at the Hotel School Conference Centre, Ritson Campus.

In conjunction with the workshop, DUT’s Audio Visual Department set up a live Webinar – a successful pilot project – which allowed various academics to listen to the issues being discussed on assessments.

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YOUNG DESIGNER JUDGING SHOWCASES CREATIVITY IN SPADES


Winning the Young Designer Award, presented by Durban Fashion Fair, could be the start of the journey to stardom for the many aspiring fashion designers who showcased their race day outfit inspired by this year’s Vodacom Durban July theme, Leader of the Pack’.

Eighty aspiring KwaZulu-Natal design students laid all their cards on the table with their race day designs.

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