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Unisa students jet off to Shanghai on international student exchange programme


Four Unisa students are ready to explore China with 36 of their peers, on an international student exchange programme.

Unravelling the psyche of child sex offenders


The College of Economic and Management Sciences’ second National Youth Conference discussed the serious issues of child porn and sexual abuse.

Unisa social scientist wins at Women in Science Awards


Dr Puleng Segalo is one of two winners in the Distinguished Young Woman Scientist category of the annual Women in Science Awards hosted by the Department of Science and Technology.

Child sexual exploitation–an evil across all racial lines


Unisa’s Bureau of Market Research is hosting its second National Youth Research Conference with a special focus on the latest exposed international child pornography ring involving South African citizens.

Pigeon research a feather in Emma’s Unisa cap


Emma Harris, an MSc Environmental Sciences student, is proving that research is all around us, even perched on the buildings of Unisa’s Muckleneuk Campus.

An African tale of despotic leadership


Prof Samuel Ishmael Raditlhalo said in his inaugural lecture that questions of leadership in societies have been an almost obsessive preoccupation of writers.

Dr Julie Reid is full of talent, dreams and drive


This Unisa Media Studies Senior Lecturer in the Department of Communication Science has been named as one of the Mail & Guardian’s top 200 Young South Africans to look out for.

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.