DUT STUDENTS WISH THE BOKS WELL AHEAD OF THE WORLD CUP FINALS

Good Luck Bokkies! A proud moment it is for South Africans to be celebrating the Rugby national team that will be playing in the World Cup finals against England in 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan this Saturday. This is not the first time the team has made to final, and in all those times they…..

VETERAN DUT JOURNALISM ALUMNI XOLANI GWALA DIES

DUT alumnus and Veteran journalist and radio presenter Xolani Gwala has been reported dead after losing a battle to cancer. Three years after Gwala confirmed that he was diagnosed with colon cancer in a radio interview with 702, he has sadly lost his life to it this Friday morning. Gwala said the cancer was quite advanced…..

[BREAKING] SANDILE NDLOVU’S MURDER ACCUSED DENIED BAIL

An unidentified man has been arrested in connection of the murder of Sandile Ndlovu. Ndlovu, a first-year industrial engineering student at DUT, died in hospital after he was attacked at the university’s Steve Biko Campus in September. In a statement released by the institution, the biggest breakthrough made by the private investigators involved getting a lead…..

[READ] THIS IS WHEN YOU SHOULD BE READY TO LEAVE RES

November is the last month for allowances and exams which means that students should get ready for the holidays. The SRC has released a statement giving clarity to the controversial 48hour rule. The 48hour rule is for students living at the institution’s residences which gives a student 48 hours to leave the residence after their last…..

[WATCH] SA REMEMBERS HHP. #riphhp

Today marks one year since the passing of South African artist Jabulani Tsambo, aka HPP. HHP committed suicide in 2018, due to apparently facing depression. He was loved and celebrated for his music such as Tswaka, Jabba, Harambe, Mpitse, Music and Lights, Bosso ke Mang and others. Following his death was controversy that saw his family…..

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HURRY UP AND APPLY FOR NSFAS 2020 FUNDING

There is just over a month left before applications for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) close. Opened in September, the applications are set to close on November 30 2019. NSFAS is the biggest student bursary in the country which spends billions each year to fund the education of many South Africans. This bursary if…..

Here’s What You Missed At the First UTE Panel Discussion

Radio-DUT’s Afternoon shutdown host Matt Tsolo represented us while hosting the first DUT University talks and engagement’s (UTE) panel discussion. After all the unfortunate and shocking events that took place this year at DUT, UTE was to reflect on those events and take a stand to reclaim the university’s identity under the #IMDUT. Before the presentations…..

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UKZN MOURNS THE DEATH OF ANOTHER STUDENT

University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) students are expected to gather today at their respective campuses to observe a moment of silence and hold a peaceful march in condemnation of all forms of violence. This after a student Simukele Zondi was found burned in the bushes near the rugby field at Westville campus on Saturday morning, which resulted…..

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[READ] HOW TO BEAT EXAM FEVER

It is exam time and stress levels are on the rise as DUT annual students have started with their exams this week.  It is that time of the year where we put what we have been learning to the test and our future will be determined by this exam period. First years are going on to…..

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[WATCH] DR MALINGA’S ‘NO SLEEP’ MUSICAL JOURNEY

For the past few years, Dr Malinga (Born Goodwill Malinga) has been getting the country ready for December each year. He has been making music about sleeping, or should we say not sleeping? While many people love his music, some have made fun about what’s next for him, but guess what? He has another song that…..