Unisa joins the nation in mourning the passing away of the father of our nation, international icon, recipient of the esteemed national Order of Mapungubwe and the first president of a democratic South Africa.
The seminar was hosted by Unisa’s WIPHOLD-Brigalia Bam Research Chair in Electoral Democracy in Africa, in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme.
This is the first time the event will be hosted in Africa.
Unisa has started the implementation of InfoEd RIMS for managing research and innovation at the university.
Professor Gráinne Conole from the University of Leicester delivered the first keynote address at the 2013 Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa (HELTASA) conference.
Unisa’s Tirisano Centre works together on health and social justice towards assuring the wellbeing of all communities.
Sixty-three young flautists and clarinettists from 20 countries on five continents applied, and 27 have qualified to take part.
The 2013 Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa conference kicks off at Unisa today.
The retreat was officially opened on 23 November 2013.
Prof Catherine Odora-Hoppers was awarded the Presidential Medal of Honour for her research and scholarship in commemoration of Uganda’s Golden Jubilee of Independence.