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Hamba kahle, Mam’ Winnie

Unisa pays homage to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, iconic anti-apartheid campaigner and ‘Mother of the Nation’. Read more

Sports enthusiasts honoured by Tshwane SRC

The Tshwane regional SRC recently held a ceremony to celebrate students who excelled at the various events organised by its sports committee from 2014 to 2018. Read more

Teaching and learning excellence

Ms Patricia Sibisi proved at the 2017 Teaching and Learning Excellence Awards that student support is of the utmost importance to her, and that students buoyed by their lecturers will reveal great potential. Read more

Committed to making the FI concession a success

Chairperson of Unisa’s Tshwane Regional SRC, Tokologo Monene, is setting a good example for fellow Unisa students. She recently passed the FI concession with a distinction, her qualification was audited successfully and is now a LLB graduate. Read more

Madiba’s granddaughter: ‘Mandelas are human beings, too’

As Zoleka Mandela walked across the graduation stage, it appeared as if fate had destined this year for her graduation as this is the year her grandfather would have celebrated his 100th birthday. Read more

Future legal eagles represent Unisa at African competition

Zodwa Msane, a final year LLB student, and Sindiso Sibanda, a recent LLB graduate now registered for an LLM in Income Tax Law, recently represented Unisa at the African Human Rights Moot Court Competition. Read more

Never take things for granted

South Sudanese Richard Ruati braved major obstacles, including civil war, during his studies, but emerged victorious with a BA in Communication Science. Here's his inspirational story. Read more

Have you seen Black Panther yet?

Black Panther's story is told in a Marvel-produced film that features Xhosa and South African actors John Kani, Connie Chiume, and Florence Kasumba, alongside the likes of Lupita Nyong’o, Chadwick Boseman, and Michael B Jordan. Read more

Inxeba movie is colonialism at its most advanced level

As part of its Research and Innovation week activities, the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology hosted a thought-provoking discussion on the controversial local film, Inxeba: The Wound. Read more