From 15 to 26 August 2016 you once again have an opportunity to exercise your democratic right by electing the new Unisa Students’ Representative Council (SRC)
Unisa’s Prof Alinah Kelo Segobye says through art we encounter the pain and anguish of communities dependent on mining with no signs of hope at the end of the dark tunnel.
The MoU with SAWID is aimed at advancing women’s interests and signals the university’s commitment to undo the effects of patriarchy.
This is why Rachel Prinsloo, Krishnee Kissoonduth, Nomsa Lediga, Thandiwe Mchunu, Julia Bopape, and Adèle Blacker are shining stars at the university.
The Unisa Library and the Unisa Department of Information Science successfully hosted the seventh LIS Research Symposium in July.
Elections for the 2016 Student Representative Council (SRC) take place from Monday 15 August 2016 to Friday 26 August 2016.