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A look at why grilled food is the better option for students

Fried food is always seen as the go-to food for not only DUT students, but all students alike at lunch time. The next time you are thinking of digging into that fried/oil dunked meal, you might want to think about the long term effects that meal might have on your body. As the saying goes ‘a…..

MyChoiceMyFuture:HIV Prevention for Sero-discordant Couples

HIV sero-discordant couples, in which one partner is HIV-positive and the other is HIV-negative, are increasingly recognized as a priority for HIV prevention in developing countries. While the topic focuses on HIV sero-discordant couples, prevention for sero-discordant couples does not occur in isolation from programs for HIV negative concordant and HIV positive concordant couples or more…..

DUT Dialogue Session: Nexus between Democracy and student leadership

The Student Governance and Development Department invites all Students to a special dialogue Session, that talks to the Nexus between Democracy and student Leadership on the 22nd of May 2015 (This Friday) at the Mansfield Hall-DUT. This Important session is scheduled to start at 13:00 – 16:00. Additional Notices: If you wish to check your registration…..

How using the internet to self-diagnose can make things worse: Dr Google

It has been recently discovered  that more and more patients depend on Dr Google  to self-diagnose health issues, are you one of them? Tune into RadioDUT’s Am to Pm(11:00 am-13:00pm) show on the 21st of May 2015 as we discussed : how using the the internet to self – diagnose your self can make things worse. During…..

2015 International Candle Light Memorial @ DUT

The HIV Centre will be hosting the 2015 International Candlelight Memorial at Mansfield Hall on the 8th of May 2015. We would like to extend an invitation to you for the day and request that you cover the event. Please find the below invitation. If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us……

Women Crush Wednesday: Fundiswa Khoza

Keeping up with the Mr and Miss DUT fever our women crush Wednesday feature is none other than the current Miss DUT Fundiswa Khoza. Elegant, smart, sexy, and very beautiful Miss Khoza was crowned Miss DUT in August 2014. Since then she has represented DUT at the national Mr and Miss S.A Campus pageant and was…..

“Battle of the DJs” and “Dance Your Heart Out “ Championship 2015 (Know your music…)

Residences are a “home away from home” as students spend most of the time in them. As every home strive to create conditions for their kids to discover and develop their talent, for that reason residence advisors have put together a DJs and Dance your heart out competition among all DUT residence students.     According…..


In celebrating his 10 anniversary in the music industry and promoting his latest song Mahamba Yedwa, South African rapper Khuli Chana dominated RadioDUT’s airwaves during the Afternoon Shutdown with Torche Looney. The Motswako (the mixture of Setswana, English and other vernacular languages in rap lyrics) rapper encompasses various elements from different backgrounds. His music involves street-talk…..

Gender inequality is still a concern in Journalism

One of the roughest battles female journalists have to fight is proving themselves against the stereotypical culture of a male dominated field. In a four minute speech, Eman Mohammed, a photojournalist in the Gaza strip shared her horrid experience as she embarked on a journey that was taboo for a female in her community. It was…..

Government continues to improve access to NSFAS

Pretoria – Government says it has continued to make strides in improving access to higher education and training for students from poor families through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). According to the Department of Higher Education and Training, the NSFAS allocation has been steadily increasing each year and thereby increasing the number of students…..