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‘Luminescent’ Unisan shines in China

Dr Luyanda Noto, postdoctoral Fellow in Unisa’s Department of Physics, attended the BRICS Young Scientist Forum in Hang Zhou this year. Read more

More than 11 000 qualifications awarded at Unisa

Making up these numbers were many remarkable graduates, including Julius Malema, party leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters. Read more

Courage is my compass

Pravin Gordhan, former Minister of Finance, received the Unisa SBL Leadership in Practice Award for taking a stand against corruption and upholding honour. Read more

Top accolades for Focus and YOUNISA

Unisa's staff, student, and alumni publications continue to rate highly at the annual Corporate Publication Competition organised by the SA Publication Forum. Read more

Now you can shape your wardrobe with the Unisa brand in the fairest Cape

The Unisa Shop in the Cape Town Regional Centre opened in September, joining its sister stores in Polokwane, Sunnyside, and Durban. Read more

New Clifford Tleane Student Support Centre gives meaning to Unisa’s mission

Polokwane’s new regional campus building is emblematic of the university’s mission to shape futures. Read more

‘There is something wrong with the wiring in our heads,’ argues Mosibudi Mangena

The former president of AZAPO delivered the eighth Unisa Annual Memorial Lecture in honour of the late Prof Es’kia Mphahlele at Polokwane on Friday. Read more

Bhekie Mamba plans to position CSET as a world-class college

The Executive Dean of the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology will also cement the African footprint of the university by garnering strategic partnerships within the continent. Read more

Eradicating the discrimination against LGBTIQ students

“For the country to eradicate HIV/AIDS and reach the envisioned zero HIV infection, a new level of zero stigma and discrimination should be reached, says award winning researcher in the College of Human Sciences, Prof Azwihangwisi Mavhandu-Mudzusi. Read about her journey as an advocate for the LGBTIQ community and HIV/AIDS. Read more

Young, black, and successful

These Unisans are conducting research with a positive impact on society and publishing their findings in accredited journals that the best scholars in their fields read. Read more