Another accolade for Hoppers

The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning has conferred an honorary fellowship on Unisa’s Prof Catherine Odora Hoppers, incumbent of the DST/NRF South African Research Chair in Development Education. Read more

Context, clarity, and charisma on display at FameLab

The regional heat took place at Unisa as part of R&I Week, and was won by Fulupelo Mudau, a PhD student of nanotechnology at the Science Campus. Read more

SA's shortage of organs for transplant affects thousands

The problem is particularly severe among patients suffering from kidney failure, many of whom are turned away from the dialysis units of public hospitals every year. Read more

Bumper crop of awards presented at grand finale of R&I week

In all, 62 researchers, from emerging to well established, were fêted at the Research and Innovation awards ceremony last Friday. Read more

African challenges on the radar at Unisa Research & Innovation Week

Wildlife crime, species extinction, and other predatory practices will be in the spotlight at this year’s Research & Innovation Week. 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

Talent turning problems into solutions

Trapped miners, the education crisis, and music for marginalised people: Unisa’s TIP students could have the answers Read more

First TIA seed funding for Unisa inventions

For the first time in the university’s history, the national Technology Innovation Agency is providing R1,36 million in seed funding for four innovations with commercialisation potential. Read more

Innovators win ISP grants

Innovative ideas deserve support, especially when the originators are Unisa’s own staff. Read more