Tag: DUT HIV/AIDS

[PODCAST] Showing Solidarity With Survivors Of Gender-Based Violence

  On Lunch Time With The Girls, your host Amanda interviewed the HIV Centre Manager Mam’Thobile Zulu about the 4th annual Silent Protest. The Durban University of Technology’s HIV/AIDS Centre will be hosting its 4th annual Silent Protest march on the 3rd of October 2018. The aim of the march is to raise awareness and show…..

[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…..

Amsterdam 22nd International AIDS Conference

From the 23 to the 27 July 2018 Western Netherlands’ City, Amsterdam hosted the 22nd International AIDS Conference. The conference was held at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centers. It was attended by close to 18 000 from around the world and Durban was also represented. This annual conference is organized by the International AIDS Society, which is…..

Graduate Alive 2015 Dialogue

By: Lungelo Ngcamu DUT HIV/AIDS Centre, Development & Alumni Relations in partnership with Students Governance and Development will host Graduate Alive Dialogue at Mansfield Hall, Ritson campus on Wednesday. The dialogue hopes at opening up the platform to all DUT students to share their experiences regarding HIV/AIDS. DUT Health Promoter, Mr Oziel Mdletshe said the main…..

DUT Health Services in Celebration of Womans Months

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The Campus Health Services invites all Durban University of Technology (DUT) women to Health screening that will be held at Isolempilo Wellness Clinic, Steve Biko campus on Thursday. With this screening the DUT Health Services aims at assisting women to fight with diseases affecting them. At the cost of R100, the following will be…..

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…..

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…..