Given the complex nature of masculinity studies, particularly within the African context, Dr Kendall Petersen from Unisa’s Institute for Gender Studies says more research is needed if oppressive systems such as hegemony and patriarchy are to be effectively challenged and destabilised.
Kyle Shepherd and Megan-Geoffrey Prins are the worthy winners of the 5th Unisa National Piano Competition.
Karin Skawran, former head of the Department of Art History, Visual Arts and Musicology, built up an internationally acclaimed art and art history department at Unisa and also established one of the most important collections featuring South African art.
Book your tickets to see these four talented and dedicated young pianists competing for the top spots on Saturday.
Unisa’s Marcel van der Watt says that the hidden nature of the crime requires unconventional thinking and flexible methodologies to scope the problem.
Unisa’s Prof Lerothodi Leeuw shares some first impressions of the historic New Horizons mission in its reconnaissance flyby of Pluto.
The finalists in the Jazz Category of the 5th Unisa National Piano Competition were announced on Thursday 16 July.
Two members of Unisa’s Directorate of Student Funding have been elected onto the Financial Aid Practitioners of South Africa Committee.
It’s time to embrace the opportunities mLearning offers in open and distance learning, says a new report by Tom Brown and Unisa’s Dr Lydia Mbati.
The Association of Southern African Indexers and Bibliographers presented awards for excellence in indexing to librarians Dawie Malan and Elsabe Nell, who regularly index for Unisa Press.