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Unisa staff member lauded for research on SA acid mine drainage

Suvania Naidoo’s new book, based on her master’s dissertation, is directly linked to national water and food security. Read more

Completing the emancipation of the continent

Unisa's Prof Sabelo J Ndlovu-Gatsheni recognised by respected French newspaper Le Monde. Read more

Ahead of his time in seeing the challenge of coloniality

AMRI's Prof Sabelo J Ndlovu-Gatsheni says Europe needs to de-imperialise, deracialise, and decolonise to create a new humanism where all people are equal and where difference does not result in oppression and exclusion. Read more

NSRC gears up for 2017 academic year

Zandile Sodladla, the first female president of Unisa's National Student Representative Council, says her priority is to create a conducive environment for students to study and to fast track service delivery to them. Read more

Former Ghanaian first lady visits TMPL

Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings says her family intends to set up a similar presidential library in Ghana to preserve the legacy of her husband. Read more

Content marketing an attractive alternative for businesses

Reaching out to interested consumers is more affordable because of social media platforms and email campaigns, says Unisa communications professor, Charmaine du Plessis. Read more

Applying an African lens to social and religious injustices of the past

Unisa Biblical and Ancient Studies Professor Chris de Wet speaks on his research on slavery and the early church, and the lessons to be learnt from a continental perspective. Read more

Modernism? Postmodernism?

Welcome to the latest philosophical trend that will blow them both away. Prof Michael Clasquin introduces metamodernism. Read more

A distinguished award for a distinguished scholar

Opening access to mathematics education for black children is the main passion of Unisa’s Prof Nellie Feza, recipient of an international award for mathematics education. Read more