Digital Arts Festival gives students centre stage.

Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Digital Arts Festival (DigiFest) gives students a platform to present their works through live art activations, exhibitions, innovations, panel discussions, workshops, music, theatre, comedy, dance, food and more this year. The fourth instalment of the festival will run from the 6 to 11 of November 2017, which is an extension from…..

Uniting different ethnic groups through African cuisine.

The Amasiko Ehlangene Movement, in association with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sports, Arts and Culture hosted a food tasting gathering aimed at creating social cohesion among different ethnicities in the province. Izintombi Zomhlanga (reed dancers) from DUT joined women from all over KZN who help maidens through the coming of age phase and teach them the…..

#CATCHUP – BEST FREESTYLE EVER BY C3

Rapper C3 joined Siphi Msani and Pearl Mkhabela on the Lunch Time Fix to drop the hottest bars, that left Siphi and Pearl overwhelmed with excitement. Listen to the audio below just in case you missed it!!! Catch the Lunch Time Fix Mondays to Fridays from 1-3pm for your daily dose of gossip and good music

Early Birds Stay Woke Dee Wyz #CATCHUP

  Friday Morning was lit as Matt Tsolo & Luyanda from the Early Bird Breakfast had the “Stay Woke” hit maker Dee Wyz for an interview. Dee Wyz did a freestyle that got the early birds flying out!! If you missed it, take a listen to the fun interview below and tell us what you think on…..

Youth urged to donate blood to aid blood supply crisis in KZN.

  The South African National Blood Service is facing a major stock shortage in Kwa Zulu-Natal. It has been reported that KZN currently has a blood stock of 200 units of Group O blood and that is lower than the recommended amount of 500 units that should be available every day. The SANBS’s  Sifiso Khoza says…..

Protest Action at DUT.

The Durban University of Technology’s ML Sultan, Ritson and Steve Biko campuses were abuzz earlier today after a student protest disrupted classes. DUT students were protesting a lack of service delivery from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme‚ complaining that many students haven’t been receiving food vouchers even though they were receiving funding from NSFAS. Reportedly…..

DUT hosts Dr Richard Maponya Institute Annual Entrepreneurship Workshop

The Dr Richard Maponya Institute together with Durban University of Technology hosted the Dr Richard Maponya Annual Dr Richard Maponya Entrepreneurship Workshop at Ritson Campus on Tuesday. The purpose of this workshop is to bring understanding as to what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Introducing the “The Maponya Way” as the theme of the afternoon……

“We want more Job creators and less job seekers” said DUT Vice-Chancellor

Young entrepreneurs were awarded for their inventive business ideas at the Centre for Social Entrepreneurships’ gala and market day this past week at Ritson Hall. Siphiwe Zuma came in first place receiving a cash injection of R15 000 into his business. Zuma makes hands-free umbrellas for disabled people under his company Anathoth Solutions. The first year interior…..

Nurturing Musical Talent at the KZN Music Imbizo.

Talent is important but one needs a holistic approach to their art in order to make it. Artists need to understand their space and the world they live in. The Kwa Zulu-Natal Music Imbizo aims to inform and engage with artists about this, as the theme this year was “present future- The digital future”. 20 countries…..

Celebration and a good cause.

The Development and Alumni relations department wrapped up women’s month with a bang, at the first women’s month fundraising gala dinner. Durban University of Technology Alumni and employees came in their best outfits, to be part of this initiative. Proceeds from the night went to the bursary and food security programme. Guest speaker was author, and…..