The first Unisa International Flute and Clarinet Competition officially kicked off on 3 February 2014. As part of the first round programme, candidates had to choose one of four prescribed South African compositions.
The 2014 Unisa SRC Election is underway. As a Unisa student, you are eligible to vote in the election, which ends on 6 February 2014. Have you voted?
The University of South Africa and the South African Police Service have officially opened the SAPS Academy in Paarl, Western Cape.
The university intends making a mark in the area of elections, especially from the perspective of academia and civil society.
The Education Association of South Africa has awarded its coveted Medal of Honour to Unisa’s Professor Trudie Steyn.
Can informetrics shape biomedical research? Professor Omwoyo Onyancha is convinced that it can.
The Soweto String Quartet will perform at the opening ceremony of the 1st Unisa International Flute and Clarinet Competition on Sunday, 2 February, at 19:00 in the ZK Matthews Great Hall.
Unisa’s SRC voting system is quick and easy – all you need is a web-enabled phone or a computer with an internet connection to vote electronically.
You will able to cast your vote electronically or in person at a Unisa Regional Centre.
The long view suggests that Athens still has some life among the ruins, said Professor Philip Bosman in his inaugural lecture.