DUT Health Educates Students About PEP

By: Lungelo Ngcamu In the wake of Silent Protest, one of DUT’s Health Promoters, Oziel Mdletshe took some time and spoke to RadioDUT about Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) and Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) is a short-term antiretroviral (ARV) treatment that reduces the likelihood of HIV infection after exposure to HIV-infected blood or sexual…..

Silent Protest A Success

By: Lungelo Ngcamu More than 1000 students and community members came together to march against war on women bodies on Friday in Durban. Durban University of Technology (DUT) was hosting the annual event for the first time since it was established nine years back. The Silent Protest began at King Dinizulu Park and walked silently to…..

The Big Enemy of Sexual Victims Is Silence: Janine Hicks

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The Gender Commissioner & Chairperson of Agenda Feminist Media, Ms Janine Hicks believes that the biggest enemy to the victims of sexual violence is the silence. Ms Hicks was speaking in the dialogue talk that was held yesterday at Durban University of Technology (DUT). The dialogue panel included young women from DUT and…..

The Agenda Feminist hosts Dialogue Talk

By: Lungelo Ngcamu Icon in partnership with Agenda Feminist Media will be hosting Sexual Dialogue Violence today at 12:30 at Mansfield Hall, Ritson Campus. Agenda Feminist Media is an organisation that is committed to giving women a forum, voice and skills to articulate their needs and interest towards transforming unequal gender relations. Icon is an organisation…..

The Agenda Feminist hosts Dialogue Talk

By: Lungelo Ngcamu Icon in partnership with Agenda Feminist Media will be hosting Sexual Dialogue Violence today at 12:30 at Mansfield Hall, Ritson Campus. Agenda Feminist Media is an organisation that is committed to giving women a forum, voice and skills to articulate their needs and interest towards transforming unequal gender relations. Icon is an organisation…..

DUT HIV/AIDS Will Host Silent Protest

By: Lungelo Ngcamu DUT HIV/AIDs in collaboration with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation South Africa will host the silent protest on Friday 21 August in Durban for the second time. The aim of the Silent Protest is to raise awareness around the epidemic of rape in South Africa and stand in solidarity with survivors who are often…..

Prof Bawa Encourages Students To Study PhD’s

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Vice-Chancellor, Prof Ahmed Bawa wants to see the institution as one of best in South Africa. Prof Bawa was speaking in the 2014 Retirees Recognition Function today at Hotel School, Ritson Campus. According to Prof Bawa the aim of the function was to honour all retirees who…..

DUT Talks First Session Started On The Low Note

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The organisers of DUT Talks were disappointed at the sparse turnout of students at their first session that took place at ML Sultan, Crane Growers Hall on Friday. This discussion forum aimed at focusing on the issues that affects the students and the institution as a whole. The issues that the on the…..

Rodney Maharaj Was Impressed With The Open day 2015

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The Durban University of Technology (DUT) Students Recruitments Manager, Rodney Maharaj was impressed with the Open day 2015 that took place last week at Fred Crooks Sports Centre. This event puts high school learners in connection with the academic departments and it has been going on for seven years.According to Maharaj the event…..

The Scholars Enjoy DUT Open Day 2015

By: Lungelo Ngcamu Basic Education pupils enjoyed the DUT Open Day 2015 that is continuing at Sports Centre. This annual event gives learners from Grade 9-12 a chance to search information about the different career paths that they want to follow after completing matric. The learners that RadioDUT spoke to showed happiness about visiting the institution……