Let’s be honest, some of us are not ready to have kids while still in varsity, right? Also they say prevention is better than cure, that is why the KwaZulu-Natal Department of health has teamed up with DUT Clinic, alongside other universities & TVET colleges in the province for the for the WE CHOOSE “PLAN A” …..


Twitter is buzzing with panic after Stas SA reveals the highest employment rate in recent years. In 2003, the unemployment rate was at its highest at 29.3% which is just 0.3% higher than the current rate. Figures show that 6.7 million people are now unemployed in South Africa. More females are unemployed than males as the…..

J’Sbu kicks off his hit Single Uthandolwakho Campus tour at DUT powered by Vodacom NXT LVL!

The Uthandolwakho tour is the follow up to the single Uthandolwakho by the talented J’Sbu featuring the vocally gifted Sanele Mkhize and the popular Duo Colours of Sound. The tour is a once in a lifetime musical experience that encompasses the love motion. The tour appeals to lovers, friends, family and overall love happy people. The…..


The school of education invites you to the Nelson Mandela education legacy lecture on Wednesday 31 July. The event is to take place at Ritson Campus at the the Hotel School Conference Centre at 5pm. Check out the all the information below: To RSVP, email [email protected]

Here is your summarized version of the DUT Statement

You most probably opened your dut4life email address and found and email with the subject matter “DUT Statement – 24 July”, right? Let us summarise it for you and make everything much easier. In light of the recent protests that have been taking place on campus and also the burning of a PHD student’s car, the…..

Report – South Africa also leading in NEW HIV/AIDS Infections

Countries are way behind when it comes to decreasing the HIV/AIDS epidemic among children and adolescents. This was revealed in a report at this year’s IAS Conference on HIV Science in Mexico recently. The Start Free, Stay Free, AIDS Free report shows that countries have not met the 2018 target. In a statement released by the…..

DRAMA PLAY: Nongqawuse The Prophetess of Doom. On From Monday!

The DUT Drama students have taken on a play about Xhosa history, which is based on how Nongqawuse, a Xhosa prophetess whose prophesy led to the Xhosa cattle-killing movement and an extreme scarcity of food in 1856-7. According to the Director, Sinovuyo Nqwili, the play will help enlighten people on how history took place. She also…..


The cry for allowances still continues. Students are still unsettled about allowances and still rooting for the strike to continue. This is after the strike that took place on Monday, where students were voicing out their grievances about issues they are facing and one of them being allowances.   Students are still threatening to stop lessons saying…..


A strike that was suspected to take place at the Durban University of Technology took place this morning! This is after students have been writing statements on the SRC Facebook page that they will not set foot on campus until their needs have been met. The SRC released also released a statement on Friday that points…..

27 blankets for 27 years

DUT’s Community Engagement and Corporate Affairs Division hosted a “27 baby blankets for Mandela” in commemoration of Mandela Day at Steve Biko Campus. The campaign was led by Phumzile Xulu from the institutions Community Engagement Office. The campaign was to crochet 27 blankets for the babies born in Addington Hospital, South Beach. The initiative was also…..