Posts filtered by tags: Durban University of Technology[x]


 

Five KZN campuses closed after prospective students ‘invade’

The Durban University of Technology (DUT) on Wednesday closed its five KwaZulu-Natal campuses until further notice after scores of prospective students descended on its main campus a day earlier in the hopes of being accepted to study.   DUT said that a “significant number” of prospective students had gathered at the Steve Biko Sports Centre overnight […] The post Five KZN campuses closed after prospective students ‘invade’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Kwazulu Natal, Openaccess, National Health Laboratory, Durban University of Technology, Dut, Steve Biko, National Institute for Communicable Diseases, University Students, Top Six, Durban University of Technology DUT, Online Registration, Coronavirus, South Africa (country, COVID-19, Super Spreader


UFS: private security moves on campus to monitor protests

The vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State has spoken about academic measures for students for the academic year following the national shutdown The post UFS: private security moves on campus to monitor protests appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Higher Education, Protests, Openaccess, Blade Nzimande, Durban University of Technology, UCT, Tut, University of Johannesburg, University of Free State, University of the Free State, Rhodes University, TVET, North West University, Sasco, Top Six


The Portfolio: Deseni Soobben

Deseni Soobben’s sensibilities have changed over the years, but she keeps revisiting then composition and design techniques she learned from her mentors The post The Portfolio: Deseni Soobben appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Photography, Design, Teaching, Nature, Friday, Portraits, Mentorship, Composition, Concord, Durban University of Technology, Zanele Muholi, Patrick McGee, The Portfolio, Fred Khumalo, Christina Scott, Afrapix Collective


Port management and operations pdf

To prepare for this degree course, an example of this is the St. Such settlements as Dalian in China, For commercial port management and operations pdf, 2015 Durban University of Technology. 3 million tons, FTZ status helps STIHL maintain its competitive advantage. Vostochny Port JSC — Saab serves the global market of governments, or incidents […]
Tags: Art, China, Read, Saab, Durban University of Technology, Dalian, Stihl, Vostochny Port JSC


Course: Research Matters - Durban University of Technology

Rick has been the President of ASAP Elearning since its inception and has worked with the ASAP program and ASAP clients for almost a decade. An experienced executive
Tags: Design, Rick, Durban University of Technology


Where is the world's most hi-tech city? (And it's not San Francisco …)

Twitter and Uber may be based in San Francisco, but Santiago’s ‘Chilecon Valley’ and the South Korean capital Seoul could both make claimsBefore long, Santiago could be a city full of electric vehicles charged by “smart” power grids, many of them driving on highways equipped with traffic-reducing automated variable toll pricing. Perhaps a new arrival to the Chilean capital would go for the chance to found a technology company, incentivised by programmes like the state-backed, foreigner-friendly ...
Tags: South Korea, Technology, Africa, San Francisco, World news, US news, Cities, Asia Pacific, South Africa, Santiago, Chile, Technology sector, Technology startups, Silicon Valley, South America, Seoul


Play - Set Design

I think I have never posted anything about jewelry design, maybe I never paid much attention and to be honest with you I am still a bit of unaware about this subject. That said, I saw this project on Behance posted by Dean Elliott that caught my attention more about the set design than the jewelry. The images are quite stylish with nice geometric compositions with a bit of a retro feel. Dean was born in Durban, South Africa. While completing his degree in Fine Arts Photog...
Tags: South Africa, Dean, Behance, Dean Elliott, Durban South Africa, Durban University of Technology, Sinar South Africa, Cologne Bangkok


DUT admissions scam bust

A cash-for-access scam, believed to have been running since 2002, has been uncovered at the Durban University of Technology involving students who paid R2 000 to have matric and other results changed on the internal system so they qualified to study. The staff member accused of the fraud has tried to resign but DUT's vice chancellor, Professor Ahmed Bawa, said her resignation had been declined and she would face the internal inquiry.
Tags: Durban University of Technology, Dut, Ahmed Bawa