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Unisa launches innovative teaching and learning tool


Writing for Academic Integrity, a series of fun and informative video tutorials, was developed by Unisa’s Dr Elnerine Greeff, Dr Hannelie Marx, Prof Yolandi Slabbert and Dr Louise van Dyk

Mrs SA finalist inspires young women to take charge


Lungi Dhlamini Hlatshwayo is currently doing her final year in marketing studies at Unisa and said the pageant has helped her rediscover herself and is grateful and excited for the journey that lies ahead.

Capitalising on the enhanced multimedia distribution of content


The interactive EPUB, Becoming a teacher, co-authored by Prof Elize du Plessis and launched at Unisa recently, allows for an interactive, accessible, and rich learning experience.

Decolonising the curriculum—a student call in context


Converting the gains made by student movements into a critically reflexive, creative, and socially responsive curriculum and learning environment provides an opportunity to combat and subvert neo-liberalisation from the inside out.

Being and becoming—complexities of the African identity


The Unisa Art Gallery is hosting !Kauru, a project aimed at promoting conversations in Africa and internationally to change perceptions of the continent through contemporary art

South Africa marks the end of a remarkable judicial career


The retirement of Unisa alumnus Dikgang Moseneke, one of South Africa’s eminent judges and the Constitutional Court’s deputy chief justice, is a moment to reflect on the court’s place in society and his legacy

Hungry Africans means dignity has not been restored


Speaking at a lecture at Unisa, the Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises said Africa needed to confront her challenges as a continent.

Let us civilize international criminal law, says Judge Afako


The 7th Thabo Mbeki annual Africa Day lecture created a platform to discuss the International Criminal Court in Africa and the quest for peace and justice.

Deputy minister loses sleep over studies—literally


What would you recommend your students do when they have too many exams and not enough time?

Policing pestiferous pigeons pays off


This unique project is a feather in the cap of Unisa and a great example of how research can be conducted and applied to culminate in a practical management plan, meeting all ethical standards.