DUT’S OLIFANT IS ALL SET TO RUN THE COMRADES MARATHON
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Yenziwe Olifant is excited and in preparation for the grueling Comrades Marathon, the ultimate ultramarathon race, taking place on 09 June 2019.
Olifant, a fourth year student, who is studying Bachelor of Health Sciences in Emergency Medical Care and Rescue (BH: EMC&R), is taking part in the Comrades as a novice which means it is her first time entering such a mammoth race.
DUT ALUMNI IS THE NEW CORPORATE AFFAIRS MANAGER AT THE ICC
The Durban University of Technology’s Communications department, in the Division of Corporate Affairs, recently visited the University’s Journalism Alumnus Gugu Sisilana who is now the Corporate Affairs Manager at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre (ICC).
The 31-year-old DUT alumnus (DUT), completed her National Diploma and Bachelor of Technology degree in Journalism...
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Fine Art BTech student, Kenneth Shandu joined the long list of recipients of the prestigious Emma Smith Art Scholarship Award after he was announced as the 2018 winner at a ceremony held at City Campus recently.
Shandu who hails from KwaMbonambi, a small town 30 km north of Richards Bay said he entered the competition after he was asked by Fine Art Department to participate...
NDLANGISA IS GRATEFUL FOR THE BANYANA BANYANA OPPORTUNITY
Ongeziwe Ndlangisa could not believe it when he was informed about her call-up to the recent Banyana Banyana camp in Durban between 02 and 08 April 2019.
The camp was in preparation for the friendly international between Banyana Banyana and the Reggae Girlz (Jamaica Women’s National team), which took place at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban on Sunday, 07 April 2019.