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Putting heads together as a continent

Unisa’s Prof Hasina Ebrahim, UNESCO Co-chair in Early Childhood Education, Care, and Development, says it’s important not to work in silos. “We’re interested in African-led solutions.” Read more

Vice-Chancellor leading international Higher Education association

Adding to his many hats, Prof Mandla Makhanya is now the Head of the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association. Read more

Twenty years of Christian education partnership celebrated

Unisa and the Association for Education and Research in Europe have formalised their long-term relationship with a memorandum of understanding. Read more

African voices on indigenisation of the curriculum

In their new book, Unisa's Mishack Gumbo and Vuyisile Msila offer real-world examples of Africanising the curriculum, showing both its flaws and benefits, and how it can be implemented to offer bold solutions to uniquely African problems in education. Read more

Unisan is country’s No 1

The university is proud to congratulate alumnus Cyril Ramaphosa on becoming the fifth President of South Africa. Read more

The curious paradoxes of knowledge and power

Africans must realise their true potential and take their rightful place in the global innovation arena, said Prof Luyanda Dube in her inaugural lecture. Read more

Maaza honoured with R1.2 million Kwame Nkrumah award

The incumbent of the UNESCO-Unisa Chair in Nanosciences and Nanotechnology has been recognised at a continental level for his pioneering work in science and technology. Read more

Festival of ideas on transformative social policy

The DST/NRF SARChI Chair in Social Policy at Unisa was one of the co-hosts of the recent Social Policy in Africa Conference in Tshwane. Read more