News & media

New TV ad from Unisa follows life of a distance learner

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This inspiring Unisa commercial follows the dual life of a distance learner defining his own tomorrow

Next step in reactor design to be patented

The intensified heat-transfer invention by Unisa’s MaPS unit could meet with a warm welcome in the synthetic fuels industry.

Jazzing up rhythmic collaborations through cultural exchange

The Unisa Music Foundation Promotion of Jazz cultural exchange has started on a sweet note in The Netherlands.

Long distance relationships with USA alumni rekindled

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Unisa strengthens relationships with existing university partners and alumni in the US.

Award-winning image puts Unisa MaPS in focus

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A photograph featuring professors Diane Hildebrandt and David Glasser has won the 2015 Science in Action award of SA Science Lens—South Africa’s only scientific photographic competition.

By Jove! Juno catches up with Jupiter

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Unisa’s Patricia Skelton explains the importance of the space probe’s approach and how the five-year journey could lead to significant leaps in the understanding of not only the red-eyed gas giant, but the entire solar system.

SADC youth on a quest to develop Africa

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The YALI Regional Leadership Centre Southern Africa recently held its first gathering at Unisa.

He dreams of becoming the next president

Unisa LLB student and Daveyton resident, Kwandile Sikhosana, is excited about developing his skills in London.

Transformation without land ‘a fallacy’

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The Deputy Minister for Public Service and Administration, Ayanda Dlodlo, addressed an Open Government Partnership Youth Dialogue at Unisa on land reform and youth development.

Unisa is not letting energy go to waste

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Through the Exxaro Chair in Business and Climate Change, and together with SANEDI and the University of Fort Hare, Unisa is leading the way in renewable energy.