SHABALALA IS DETERMINED TO MAKE IT AS A WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL PLAYER
Following his involvement in a serious car accident as a four-year-old toddler, Simngaye Shabalala had to endure a challenging childhood as he was amputated and had to use an artificial leg, which he is still using even today.
However, the 21-year-old Human Resources Management first-year student at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) was not deterred by his disability to live his life and participate in a sport that he loves.
Hosting research capacity development workshops forms part of the undergraduate teaching-research nexus project at the Durban University of Technology (DUT).
The Research and Postgraduate Support Directorate (RPS) hosted a workshop with international speaker Professor Helen Walkington, at the Hotel School Conference Centre, Ritson Campus, on Monday( 22 July 2019).
CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT EMPOWERS LOCAL SCHOOLS WITH PRACTICAL LESSONS IN SCIENCE
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Chemistry Department is taking school engagement to another level. They are offering Chemistry and Physics practical lessons to local feeder high schools, this is after they recognised that there is a knowledge gap in these subjects for leaners in high schools prior to their enrolment in higher education.
SIYAPHUMELELA CONFERENCE AIMS TO ACHIEVE BETTER GRADUATION RATES FOR ALL STUDENTS
The Siyaphumelela Conference was held at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg from the 25 to 27 June 2019. The conference provides an important platform for experts from the international community as well as key South African players in the field of higher education to engage in conversations and share experiences on students and their learning experience universities.