The only university citizen observer mission in the country’s 2014 elections declared the 2014 national and provincial elections as transparent, free and fair.
This is one of the findings highlighted in an ongoing study conducted by Unisa’s Violence, Injury and Peace Research Unit, which operates in partnership with the Medical Research Council
Crucial discussions were held on strengthening the cohesion of the group and enhancing its effectiveness in promoting and defending the collective positions of the South.
Africa has a good story to tell on the power of reform as its economy is gaining strength, but there are still extremely high levels of poverty, says Australia’s G20 Sherpa, Dr Heather Smith.
Unisa and the Women’s Investment Portfolio Holdings Limited (WIPHOLD) presented the women empowerment activist with her new wheels at a function held at her home in Soweto.
Limpopo teachers who attended the recent History skills training workshop in Polokwane delivered a moving vote of thanks after the session.
As part of Project Wendy, three Unisa teams contributed to planning and building a high-quality Wendy house, which will be delivered to an organisation in need.
The objective is to support students in order to ensure that they fulfil their academic potential and graduate in the shortest possible time.
Startling graduation and dropout figures reveal that the higher education system needs a shake-up.
On 18, 19 and 20 July 2014, some Unisa staff will be cleaning, painting and gardening at Tateni for Mandela Day.