DUT to Participate in the Annual Nelson Mandela Day Career Development Festival

The Durban University of Technology (DUT) will be participating in the Annual Nelson Mandela Day Career Development Festival on Wednesday, 18 July 2018 at the Mandela School of Science and Technology, uMvezo village, uMthatha in the Eastern Cape. This annual event is hosted in a historic place, uMvezo, which was the birthplace of the celebrated South African and international icon, our former President, Nelson Mandela. The Festival will also be held on a momentous day, 18 July, which is celebrated[…]

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Bright sparks off to Norway

Two Medical Laboratory Sciences students are looking forward to broadening their horizons and gaining valuable practical skills during a work-integrated learning stint in Norway. Bright sparks Heibrecht Fielies and Thobekile Leyane, who have never travelled outside South Africa, will be jetting off to Bergen, Norway in August as part of the UTFORSK Partnership Programme. Read More

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Making your mark

Each year on 18 July Mandela Day honours Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy in a way that can bring about change. This year we mark the Mandela Centenary Celebrations at CPUT by making a pledge about how we choose to make a difference to those in need. CPUT campuses will use the day to highlight a Poverty Alleviation Initiative started in 2015 by Student Affairs and you can donate an item such as stationery, toiletries or non-perishable foods. Student Counselling[…]

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DUT Reaches Out for Mandela Day

The Durban University of Technology (DUT) engaged in various community outreach programmes as part of Mandela Day commemorations, today, 18 July 2018. DUT Library staff offered refreshments to students across different campuses. Librarians around DUT decided to come together and sponsor meals for students for this year’s 67 minutes as part of Mandela Day celebrations. Read More

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DUT Participates in the Annual Nelson Mandela Day Career Development Festival

The Durban University of Technology (DUT) showcased its career opportunities during the Annual Nelson Mandela Day Career Development Festival, which was held today, 18 July 2018 at the Mandela School of Science and Technology, uMvezo village, uMthatha in the Eastern Cape. DUT Student Recruitment Officer, Michael Zulu who was part of the team representing DUT in this event, said learners displayed great enthusiasm towards programmes offered by DUT. “Learners were asking questions and engaging with us, which was very encouraging.[…]

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MUT boxer voted best in USSA Games

A proud Willie Mkhwanazi, the Deputy Director of Sports department could not hold back excitement when he needed pictures for a newspaper that was going to write a story about Sibusiso Mhlomi. The newspaper was more than impressed by Sibusiso’s performance in a boxing tournament which took place at the North West University as part of the annual University Sports South Africa (USSA) Games. Read More

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MUT Green Campus Initiative team attends Acuho-i Green Campus and wins an award

Green Campus Initiative MUT won the Green Award for Best New Comer at the 2018 national conference called Acuho-i Green Campus hosted by the Durban University of Technology (DUT). Three hundred and fifty students from 16 institutions from all over South Africa participated at the conference. Chairperson of the Green Campus Initiative MUT, Fundile Maqhekeza, said they prepared well for the conference. “In our presentation, we talked about the Green Thursdays during which we advise staff and students to be[…]

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