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Applying intellectual property to benefit developing countries


Unisa’s international economic law expert Prof Amos Saurombe represented the Southern Africa region at the WIPO-WTO Colloquium in Geneva recently.

Loss–a doctoral thesis on the Unisa Art Gallery walls


Through her DPhil video art exhibition, Unisa visual arts lecturer, Nathani Lüneburg attempts to present the magical world of moving paintings to the South African audience.

Who’ll train tomorrow’s Chartered Accountants?


National and world experts at Unisa’s National PhD Conference in Accounting, Economic and Management Sciences ponder what needs to be done to ensure that SA’s supply of chartered accountants doesn’t dry up.

Research to reduce energy usage in the mining industry


A master’s student at Unisa’s MaPS research unit is working on improving efficiency by integrating two processes to secure a higher mineral yield.

Statesman shares his wisdom at Unisa


Staff and students at the university were given a rare opportunity to interact with former President Thabo Mbeki.

Speaking and answering the yet unasked questions


This new publication by Unisa Press continues the intertwined dialogue between sculpture and poetry and makes the poems of Pitika Ntuli accessible to a wider audience.

Unisa’s COMSA learns about transforming telecommunications


Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services, Hlengiwe Mkhize, says SA still lags behind when it comes to developments in digital migration.

Prof Rushiella Songca: Executive Dean – College of Law


Prof Rushiella Songca believes in transformational leadership, which values issues of curriculum transformation, gender-neutral leadership, and equal opportunities.

Library and information research on the move


Unisa hosted the 7th LIS Research Symposium in July at the Science Campus, which set a useful platform for critical debate.

Five universities sign agreement to promote indigenous knowledge systems


Unisa recently signed an agreement to share resources and research capacity when it comes to indigenous knowledge systems.