“We think it is politicians, with the making of laws, that make our lands fruitful. They must be fruitful in ideals and vision first. Our job is to dream right
Unisa’s Nanotechnology and Water Sustainability research unit is investigating advanced technologies for the supply of safe, pure drinking water while also looking at new sources through reclamation, recycling and reuse.
Two Unisa students, Itani Given Madiba and Maropeng Nemutanzhela, made it to the final rounds FameLab, the “pop idols for scientists”.
They were among 16 young scientists who participated in
Twenty young pianists have been selected to participate in the 5th Unisa National Piano Competition from 11 July to 18 July in the ZK Matthews Great Hall on Unisa’s Muckleneuk
The picturesque mountains of Somerset West provided the backdrop for the first Unisa Western Cape Shaping Futures Golf Challenge on 27 March 2015 at the Erinvale Golf Estate, which is
Unisa’s Western Cape Region launched a one-of-a-kind multi-purpose centre that features the latest in access technology.
Have you ever wondered what the Pretoria skyline would look like without the Unisa Muckleneuk Campus lights? Well those in the area during Earth Hour on 28 March got front row seats to this sight.
China’s relationship with Africa is a continuous source of fascination and debate—a relationship of many narratives and one that needs deep introspection into political, cultural and economic contexts.
Dr Jackie Mphafudi and Yvonne Chaka Chaka Mhinga were unanimously elected as the 2015–2017 chairperson and vice-chairperson respectively.