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Office of the Ombudsman officially open

  If you are aggrieved by the inadequate service and administrative malpractice, exhausted by internal complaints procedures and frustrated by staff who refuse to help, there is help available.


CSET students at work

  Three students from the College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET) successfully found employment during the last phase of their studies.


Ekurhuleni RSC touches the life of a brilliant young student

  Ntombifuthi Mashimini’s life has changed for the better, thanks to the Ekurhuleni Service Centre.


Diepsloot takes the chance to advance

  Diepsloot takes the chance to advance The Diepsloot community came out in numbers to take advantage of Unisa’s Chance 2 Advance programme which was held from 16 to 28 July 2012


How did the Unisa community use their 67 minutes to make a diffe

  The Unisa community opened their hearts (and their wallets) this year in honour of former South African President, Nelson Mandela.


I-SET and Chance 2 Advance bring robotics to Diepsloot

  About thirty students accepted the invitation to attend the I-SET Robotics coach and mentor training as part of the Unisa Chance 2 Advance Programme in Diepsloot on 19 July 2012.


Twelve ISET robotics teams participated in WRO Regionals

  On 21 July 2012, 60 teams arrived at TUT to participate in the WRO Regionals Competitions.


Human trafficking is modern day slavery

  On Tuesday 17 July, 2012 approximately 150 participants attended a public lecture on human trafficking organised by Unisa-KwaZulu Natal.


Nompumelelo Institute of Leadership (NIL) students visit Unisa

  Nompumelelo Institute of Leadership (NIL) is a non-profit organisation based in Kwa-Mashu.


Unisa to feature prominently at the ICP

  With approximately 5000 delegates in attendance, the 30th International Congress of Psychology (ICP) taking place from 22 to 27 July 2012 will be the largest international psychology conference in Africa and the southern hemisphere.


Unisa's flag flew high at the IPSA 22nd World Congress

  The Unisa flag flew high at the 22nd World Congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA) held from 8 to 12 July 2012 in Madrid, Spain.


'South African education: unequal, inefficient and underperformi

  The South African (SA) government spends the equivalent of $1225 per child on primary education, yet accomplishes less than the government of Kenya which spends only the equivalent of $258 per child.


Millennium Development Goals: progress achieved and future targe

  With three important targets on poverty, slums and water having been met, a new United Nations report stresses the need for true global partnerships to achieve the remaining Millennium Development Goals by the 2015 deadline.


Happy birthday Tata Madiba

  Braving the cold, the warm hearts and voices of the Unisa community came together to sing a happy 94th birthday to Madiba.


African identity requires education transformation

  The Department of Curriculum and Learning Development (DCLD) and the South African Research Chair Initiative (SARChI) presented a seminar on 6 July 2012.


A window of opportunity for students

  The careers fair 2012 had its usual buzz with students meeting and engaging with potential employers and learning more about the companies that exhibited at the fair.


CEMS well prepared for new SAICA exams

  Changes to the two most important examinations in a chartered accountants life, will affect new students from 2013.


Social cohesion: the art of the impossible?

  If politics, as we have been taught, is the art of the possible, then, social cohesion, antithetically, appears to be the art of the impossible.


Organ concerts salute the classics

  Johann Sebastian Bach, Arnold Schoenberg and François Couperin are some of the world’s most famous composers and classical artists.


Cell phones: tools for learning or cyber bullying?

  Although cell phones can be used to educate learners, access to the internet via cell phones also provides a foundation for cyber bullying.