News & media

Unisa Radio engages with real issues

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The station has added a current affairs flavour to its predominantly academic line-up with its new debate show.

Unisa alumnus puts an African spin on haiku writing

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Award-winning author Marié Heese takes her readers on a unique walking journey through the continent in a new book by Unisa Press.

Township literacy work earns Thomas Pringle Award

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Professor Lilli Pretorius’s butterfly effect reading research has been awarded an English Academy of Southern Africa prize.

Discovering where the Batswana come from

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Unisa is promoting Ikalafeng Lesejane’s magnum opus, which is considered one of the definitive windows into Setswana culture and traditions.

Look out for these College of Economic & Management Sciences interns at the Comrades

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Four Unisa students have been selected to help with event and hospitality management at the 2014 Marathon.

Unisa launches ZAPP Tshwane chapter

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Poetry lovers, students, and teachers take note!

Graduations gain momentum in 2014

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More than 24 000 students will graduate during the university’s current graduation ceremonies.

Unisa psychology expert prominent in Oscar Pistorius case

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Unisa lecturer Franco Visser was approached by Sky News and the SABC to provide opinion on the murder accused’s referral for observation at Weskoppies.

Labuschagne’s editorial role will boost project management at Unisa

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His appointment as Academic Editorial Advisor for a respected PM publication will be hugely beneficial to the university.

Six schoolgirls to represent SA at global Lego competition in Spain

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The I-SET Angels will represent SA at the FIRST® LEGO® League in Spain at the end of May, thanks to a sponsorship by Unisa.