Tag: #currentaffairs #radiodut

I say, we dare to disappoint – DUT SRC President Godlimpi

  ‘’Because you and me, we share the same pain of suffering of black people in general and Africans in particular’’   As students casted their votes few weeks back to elect members of the 2018/19 Students’ Representative Councils at various Durban University of Technology campus, the member of Economic Freedom Fighters Students Command (EFFSC) was…..

[PODCAST] Change is a gradual process- EFFSC

  After an intense two days following preliminary results being released for the 2018 Durban University of Technology SRC elections, the highly controversial Student Command lead by the EFF, has joined RadioDUT’s Matt Tsolo in studio to help clarify some questions brought forward by the student body, relating to the inauguration, commencement of their term and…..

[podcast]Health and safe care on #LWTG

  On Lunch With The Girls, Asiphe Ntuli had an edutaining conversation with the beautiful Lebo Ndlovu. On their chat, they touched on the significance of having safe sex , apps that one can use to have any questions asked related to sex . They also talked about other health precautions that we need to start…..

[podcast] Discussion on Homosexuality in media with #LWTG

On Lunch With The Girls, Minnie Thusi and Zama had an interesting discussion on Homosexuality and how media wants to introduce Homosexuality to young children via cartoons. For FULL interview, listen to the clip below:   Listen to the Lunch With The Girls with Minnie Thusi and Zama every Fridays, 1-3pm. #LWTG WhatsApp Number: 0849703796

Teach A Women Teach A Nation – EFFSC

  As we are still celebrating Women’s Month, Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command (EFFSC) decided to invite their party’s national Member of Parliament, Makoti Sibongile Khawula to address students about Gender Based Violence (GBV). Before getting to the business of the day, students started by a moment of silence for the late Khensani Maseko and all…..

Shashi plans trip to Palestine after backlash

  Courtesy #DStv403 South African media Personality, Shashi Naidoo, together with Human rights and Palestinian solidarity Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) held a press conference in Johannesburg in response to celebrity’s comments that sparked outrage on social media over the weekend. Naidoo posted on her Instagram story referring to Palestine as a shithole of immense proportions……

EPIC WEEKEND FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

  This past weekend was a big one in the entertainment fraternity as South Africa hosted the Mtv Africa Music Awards in Johannesburg. The internationally recognised ceremony which took place on Saturday night, saw local and even international celebrities in one roof. U.S artist, Future was also present and people on Twitter showed disapproval with his…..

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES PUT ON HOLD AT DUT

All academic activities at the Durban University of Technology have been halted till further notice after protesting students went from campus to campus interrupting all academic activities. As many expected to proceed with their lectures today after a short term break, those with a vendetta to make their cry’s heard regarding tuition fees made it impossible……

Students Showcase Unity and Diversity at DUT Students Cultural Festival 2016

Students gathered at the Steve Biko Sports Centre on Friday so celebrate Heritage month by uniting and showcase the richness and beauty of the different African cultures South Africa is filled with. The Students Cultural Festival was hosted to celebrate the diversity that is within all African cultures in which students are part of and was…..

UCT SHUTS DOWN AFTER WIDESPREAD OF PROTEST ACTION ON CAMPUS

The University of Cape Town has placed all lectures on hold as protest action has enhanced at the University. It’s been confirmed protest action amongst students began last week Thursday after students were making a call of reinstatement of students that were dismissed, suspended regarding their actions after the #feesmustfall movement, that caught the attention of…..