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The Largest university press in South Africa

Unisa Press is the largest university press in South Africa, with the biggest publication list. The Press supports the Research and Innovation Strategy for Unisa through playing a role in effectively promoting accessibility to, and dissemination and development of knowledge and research outputs, as well as playing a role in supporting lifelong learning.

Unisa Press functions within Unisa following a classic university press model, with the university's Senate Publications Committee overseeing the acceptance of publications and the quality of peer review processes. This model requires a delicate balancing act between promoting academic merit and the commercial aims of self-sustainability or cost recovery.
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SADET - The Road to Democracy in South Africa series The Road to Democracy in South Africa series

The Road to Democracy in South Africa series is a chronological analysis of four decades of South African history. It is a project of the South African Democracy Education Trust (SADET). In 2014, South Africa celebrates 20 years of democracy, presenting an important opportunity for us to reflect on how democracy was achieved. We are conscious of the importance of research that documents the journey the country and continent have travelled to attaining freedom. Read more

Why publish with us?

Publishing with Unisa Press will ensure that your work gets the recognition it deserves. As the largest university press in South Africa, with the longest publication list, we place great emphasis on the support and acknowledgment of academic work.

With us, your work will have the opportunity to access a wider market, reaching more people and making the difference that you envision.
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