A new book edited by Unisa’s Vuyisile Msila and Mishack Gumbo promotes the indigenous perspectives and theories that must underpin Africanising the curriculum.
Prof Sabelo Mhlanga was recently appointed as the chairperson of the South African Chemical Institute (SACI) Gauteng South Division and as a subject editor of Water SA.
The Unisa Limpopo Waterberg District Municipality partnership is defining tomorrow by developing education within the province.
In an effort to provide financial assistance in the wake of #FeesMustFall, the Executive Mayor of the City of Tshwane, Kgosientso Ramokgopa. has donated R250 000 to Unisa.
The 2016 Master’s in Visual Arts student exhibition will run at the Unisa Art Gallery until 22 April 2016—pop in and have a look, join the walkabout on 21 April, or buy something snazzy for your space.
Four Unisa students—Deloshnie Govender, Eduard Nel, Garry Rademan, and Yasheen Singh—are in the top 10 candidates for this examination, with Govender as number one.
Doctoral student Enock C Mudzamiri and Prof Kealeboga J Maphunye analyse the political chances of Joice Muguruza and her newly formed Zimbabwe People First party.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela believes government has a crucial role to play in eradicating social injustice, especially when it comes to the young people of South Africa.
The Culture Trip website has ranked this unmissable cultural landmark as one of the top ten places to find contemporary art in the country.
Unisa Library celebrated South African Library Week with two book launches and a conversation with two of South Africa’s living legends.