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Unisa contributes a blingy R28 036 towards Casual Day


South Africa’s foremost fundraising campaign for persons with disabilities received overwhelming support from the university community.

Does the ‘God Particle’ disprove God?


Prof Cornel du Toit was one of a select range of expert participants from both science and religious disciplines at an intellectual forum in Geneva, themed The Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge.

Can National Health Insurance resuscitate SA health care?


Prof Zethu Nkosi says the current health system in SA is unconstitutional, unequal, and it undermines human dignity. Is the National Health Insurance initiative the solution?

Unisa Library Archive to host SAAPS Papers


The agreement between the South African Association of Political Studies and the Library will be signed during the national biennial conference this week.

Bachelor of Science student interns at Google


Doudou Kisabaka, a Bachelor of Science student from the Democratic Republic of Congo, recently completed a 12-week internship at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.

Unisa professor researches performance-related medical problems of musicians


Did you know that musicians may be at high risk of injury by virtue of their chosen profession?

The link between violence in South African education and good governance


The more disorganised a school is, the more learners feel that anything goes and they can do as they please, says Unisa good governance expert, Prof Vusi Mncube.

Higher education’s role in transformation


Universities should act as beacons to discuss, deliberate on, and ultimately resolve human rights issues in South Africa.

Will revisiting Robert Sobukwe’s legacy help SA?


The debate on the PAC founder was part of the Philosophy in the Park series, which hosts public debates, lectures, and discussions on matters of interest in South African history and discourse.

South African Minister of Tourism speaks at Unisa


The industry must respond to the shift in demands to provide something that is environmentally and socially sustainable, said Derek Hanekom at the 4th annual tourism public lecture.