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From garnets to glory


Nobel Laureate Robert Huber told an enthralled audience at Unisa’s Science Campus how he became a scientist and protein crystallographer.

What women and society can learn from missionary Juliane von Krüdener


Unisa graduate Debora Sommer has reintroduced the baroness back into historical awareness through her doctoral thesis and book.

Keeping judiciary dependent undermines its dignity and effectiveness


If the judiciary in any constitutional democracy is compromised, you can kiss your constitutional democracy goodbye, says South African Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng.

Embracing transdisciplinarity has produced outstanding research


Prof Greg Cuthbertson shares his thoughts on the importance of the DST/NRF SARChI Chair in Development Education at the seventh annual retreat.

South Africa’s endless ocean of possibilities


Unisa was an academic facilitator to discussions on the future of the blue economy and maritime security for the Indian and South Atlantic Oceans.

Paying credit where it’s due

A Unisa College of Law community engagement initiative hopes to educate consumers on the responsible use of credit.

Reaping the rich rewards of 120 years of music at Unisa


Megan-Geoffrey Prins, a young pianist from Riversdale, was the overall winner at the Directorate of Music’s 120th anniversary competition.

Conscientious realisation of transformation


Minister of Sport and Recreation, Fikile Mbalula, and Minister of Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa, addressed the Generation 2.0 Dialogue hosted by Unisa.

If you haven’t yet, visit the TMPL exhibition soon


The Thabo Mbeki Presidential Library exhibition is still open for you to view and offers an historical journey of the life and times of Mbeki.

Are we capable of using our constitution?


Reflections on 20 Years of Democracy in South Africa, Where to now?