Former Science and Technology Minister Mosibudi Aaron Mangena was conferred the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (honoris causa), by Unisa on 12 June 2013.
As Unisa celebrates its 140th birthday, we highlight the university’s journey by taking a brief look at the shape of things that were, the shapes that loom large today, and the exciting shape of things to come.
Unisa will confer the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (honoris causa) on former Minister of Science and Technology and former Deputy Minister of Education, Mr Mosibudi Mangena.
The Unisa Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition by Jeannette Unite until 14 June that takes a deeper look at the mining industry in South Africa.
Dr Mark Peters of Unisa’s Material and Process Synthesis (MaPS) research unit is a finalist in the prestigious 2012/13 National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF)-BHP Billiton awards.
Prof Lindiwe Zungu of Unisa’s Department of Health Studies is a finalist in the prestigious 2012/13 National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF)-BHP Billiton awards.
This 164-year-old national monument underwent refurbishment and opened its new doors on 20 May 2013, as the Unisa Pietermaritzburg Regional Service Centre.
In 2011, the International Union for Conservation of Nature declared the Western Black Rhino extinct. It’s a shocking testament to the severity of poaching in Africa, and one that threatens to make the continent’s big five the big four.