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SMEs Encouraged To Participate in SAA Summits

South African Airways (SAA) is inviting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to participate in its series of Supplier Engagement Summits. “In support of the country’s national developmental goals, SAA is inviting small to medium enterprises (especially those who are 50% or black, black women, youth owned, disabled people and military veterans owned businesses) to the North…..

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Hoot Against Violence Against Women And Children: Shabangu

Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, Susan Shabangu,has called on motorists to hoot and switch on their vehicle hazard lights for five minutes, on 19 November, to raise awareness on violence against women and children. Leading a debate on the 16 Days of Activism against Violence on Women and Children campaign, under the theme “count me…..

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Mining Sector Called To Put Safety First

By: Lungelo Ngcamu Pretoria – Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has advised the mining sector to ensure the safety of its workers following the death of a miner. Kagiso Robalo, a winch operator originally from Botswana, was fatally injured on Wednesday morning at Sibanye Gold’s Driefontein mine. “We continue to urge the mines to place great emphasis…..

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Succeed In Your Tests And Exams

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The Student Counselling is inviting students to visit their offices to get more advices on how to succeed in their tests and exams. The aim of study tips is to assist students to cope with exams preparations. The Student Counselling’s Psychologist, Anita da Silva emphasizes that it is necessary for students to follow…..

The Exam Tips, Stay Tune On RadioDUT’s The AM-PM Show on Thursday

  On Thursday, the Student Counselling Centre will be giving students tips on how to succeed on their tests and exams on the ‘All about you” feature. The time of the feature is 12:15- 13:00 so students are advised to stay tuned into The AM to PM show that is hosted by Nelly and Nelson Nzama……

DUT Health Services Promotes No Alcohol & Drugs To Students

By: Lungelo Ngcamu DUT Health Services in Partnership with the Department of Social Development encouraged students to abstain from alcohol. This message was passed to students on Thursday during the Sports Day hosted by Faculty of Applied Sciences. The main goal of the partnership was to raise awareness about alcohol and drugs abuse to DUT students…..

Maritzburg United Has Fired Ncikazi

The KwaZulu-Natal based side announced their departure with the head coach Mandla Ncikazi on its website a short while ago. ”Despite good performances that the team displayed in some games, points were not forthcoming and as a result, the club and the coach have decided to amicably go their separate ways. The coach has wished the club…..

A Call For Changes After Bafana’s Embarrassment

By: Lungelo Ngcamu Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has made seven changes in his side that will play Senegal in the Nelson Mandela Challenge this evening. Itumeleng Khune will continue to don the armband despite having an unconvincing performance in South Africa’s 3-1 lost against Mauritania in AFCON 2017 qualifiers. In the back four, Mashaba made…..

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The Agenda Feminist hosts Dialogue Talk

By: Lungelo Ngcamu Icon in partnership with Agenda Feminist Media will be hosting Sexual Dialogue Violence today at 12:30 at Mansfield Hall, Ritson Campus. Agenda Feminist Media is an organisation that is committed to giving women a forum, voice and skills to articulate their needs and interest towards transforming unequal gender relations. Icon is an organisation…..

DUT Talks First Session Started On The Low Note

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The organisers of DUT Talks were disappointed at the sparse turnout of students at their first session that took place at ML Sultan, Crane Growers Hall on Friday. This discussion forum aimed at focusing on the issues that affects the students and the institution as a whole. The issues that the on the…..