The university is committed to supporting the best ideas and providing researchers with access to priority infrastructure.
This year Unisa increased the value of its annual postdoctoral grants, just one of the ways in which the university is investing in research and firmly positioning itself in the knowledge sphere.
Make sure you see this powerful exhibition, which will run at the Unisa Art Gallery at the Muckleneuk Campus until 7 March.
High-ranking academics from several South African universities engaged in vigorous debate at the opening of Unisa’s annual Research and Innovation Week.
As Unisa’s Research and Innovation Week gets underway this week, Unisa physics professor, Sekhar Chandra Ray, speaks on the importance of material science, and in particular, graphene research for South Africa.
Academic and author, William Gumede, spoke about South Africa’s readiness for the 2014 national and provincial elections during a recent visit to Unisa.
A moving documentary premiere emphasises Unisa’s commitment to democratic dialogue.
A documentary film premiering at Unisa will explore the relationship between Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro.
The United States ambassador to South Africa paid tribute to Unisa’s role in the knowledge space nationally and internationally.
Unisa, the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory (NMCM) and the Embassy of Cuba will host the Mandela/Fidel Legacy Dialogue including the premiere screening of the Mandela and Fidel documentary.