#VDJ What is it all about?

  The Vodacom Durban July has figured on the calendar since 1987. It is recognised as Africa’s hottest fashion event, it is the opportunity for fashionistas to see and be seen. Each year there is a different theme giving the fashion world a chance to explore their creativity. Giving more reason for fashion followers to come…..

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RadioDUT at the Durban July.

A quick recap of all the happenings of the Durban July. The horses. The fashion and The Glam. Exclusive to RadioDUT

Deaf Federation of SA calls for more Inclusion for deaf learners.

The Deaf Federation of SA says more has to be done to increase the level of education in schools for the deaf. The association compiled a report on the 2016 matric results of deaf scholars in the country which showed a drop in their pass rate. The report was based on the results of 12 of…..


    The Disability Rights Unit of the Durban University of Technology organized a module that was presented over the course of five days in basic South African sign language. The assessment consisted of both theoretical and practical activities, “the purpose of the module was to equip the learner with basic skills necessary to communicate in…..

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Jay Z sets social media on fire!

Jay-Z is probably the only person in the world who has managed to reveal he hurt Beyonce without being stung by her fans famously known as the Bee Hive. The rap legend and business mogul got personal in his latest offering tittled 4:44. He raps about infidelity, his fear of losing his family. The musician dropped…..

French Montana is on a roll!

French Montana announced the release date of his album. The Moroccan-American hip hop artist has announced that his new album will be called ‘Jungle Rules’. Due July 14, Jungle Rules is Montana’s first project since last year’s Wave Gods mixtape. His MC4 album dropped digitally in November, shortly before it was recalled and scrapped. Jungle Rules…..

Schools can’t promote a single religion:High Court

South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg ruled on Wednesday that no public school could adhere and promote one single religion. “It is declared that it offends for a public school to promote or allow its staff to promote that it, as a public school, adheres to only one, or predominantly only one religion, to the exclusion…..

New Method to rehabilitate drug users.

The Urban Futures Centre is carrying out 18-month opioid substitution therapy demonstrations at the Durban University of Technology. The [email protected] is an interdisciplinary laboratory that not only builds theory, but also tests out ideas and interventions in ways that are not set and determined by dominant stakeholders, be they government officials, academics or large social movements……


Pictured: Terence Bray, invited designer at the Vodacom Durban July this year. Fashion extraordinaire and former Fashion and Textiles Lecturer, Terrence Bray is one of this year’s (2017) Vodacom Durban July (VDJ) Invited Designers. Bray who has established himself as an award-winning designer will be showcasing his work alongside seven of the country’s trailblazers in the…..

The Lows and Highs of Business at The My Business Expo

Founder and CEO of the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC) Mike Anderson says soft skills such as communicating well are what makes for a great entrepreneur. Anderson was one of the speakers at the ninth successive season of My Business Expo held at the Durban Exhibition Centre today. The event is hailed as one of the…..