TROPIKA ISLAND OF TREASURE WINNER TO GRADUATE AT DUT
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) graduand, Lisanne Lazarus has two big reasons to celebrate, one of them is her triumphant heroics in the SABC 3 reality show Tropika Island of Treasure, which landed her half a million rands as the ultimate winner.
The second one is that she will be graduating with a National Diploma in Journalism from DUT on 11 May 2018 at Fred Crookes Sports Centre, Steve Biko Campus, Durban, achieving the Dean’s Merit award for her excellent academic results.
THE ‘PERSONAL DIGITAL TERMINAL’ ACCELERATES TECHNOLOGICAL GROWTH IN CHINA
Learning more about the Chinese culture, Chinese language and traditions, form part of the goals, delivered by the Confucius Institute (CI) at the Durban University of Technology (DUT).
The CI which was established at DUT from 2014, strives to fulfill its roles of teaching various Mandarin courses ,introducing China and Chinese culture to South African communities, promoting cultural, educational and academic exchanges between South Africa and China...
PEACE OASIS INTERNATIONAL LAUNCHES ‘STOP THE HUNGER PROGRAMME’
Peace Oasis International is an NPO ,registered with the Department of Social Development in South Africa. It came out of the Peace Building programme at the Durban University of Technology. Its vision is to create peaceful and united communities through tangible interventions as peace is a practical tenet. Peace Oasis International(POI) launched ‘the stop the hunger programme’ at Walsingham residence at DUT on the 5th of May 2018.
The organisation has grown and the ways in which it seeks to end hunger continue to evolve as one of its’ tangibles.
NKOSI’S AMBITION CHANGES GEARS FROM A TRUCK DRIVER TO A CA
Thokozani Nkosi’s ambition was once to become a truck driver when he was still attending school in the rural village of Matiwane in Ladysmith.
Nkosi is now aspiring to become a Management Accountant and a Chartered Accountant, and he graduated on 09 May 2018 with a National Diploma in Accounting from the Durban University of Technology (DUT).
Nkosi who was raised by a single mother, working as a domestic worker said the rural community he grew up from...