Ahead of the G7 meeting in Japan, the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport says MOOCs are not a panacea, but online courses and blended learning still have huge potential to improve access to education and lifelong learning opportunities.
Government ministers from South Africa and the UK underscored the importance of education in transformation, reducing poverty, and international collaboration at Going Global 2016 in South Africa in May.
Prof Dave Mutasa says while languages must be accorded the attention they deserve in terms of development, the process should be gradual, as language policy implementation is more complex than mere language use.
When you are building brands you have to understand the issues, the headspace, and the hearts of the people, said Thebe Ikalafeng at a Unisa Marketing and Retail Management colloquium.
Rapula Paul Mokgoetsi received his National Diploma in Safety Management during the university’s autumn graduations and is currently registered for a BTech.
The power that unions wield at SA schools is out of proportion to their official role as ‘observers’ when staff are appointed, says Prof Thulani Zengele.
Unisa academic Prof Sekepe Matjila was honoured for his extensive and outstanding research on the late Leetile Disang Raditladi’s writing.
Rock art management is the cornerstone for the preservation of both the natural and the cultural heritage of sites in Southern Africa, said Wits researcher Dr Siyakha Mguni, at a seminar hosted by Unisa.