News & Events

Classy results from CAS in 2017 SAICA ITC

In the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants Initial Test of Competence examination in January 2017, 401 former Unisa students passed. This is 21% of all successful candidates. Read more

Study wherever you are…

…but come home to Unisa to do your Life Sciences practicals at the Science Campus! Two overseas students, one from the UK and one from the USA, tell more. Read more

R28m earmarked to lessen fees gap

The Unisa Foundation Board of Trustees will transfer an amount of 28 million rand from the Unisa Foundation Development Fund towards student bursaries. Read more

Deaf communities set to enter hospitality industry

A Unisa short learning programme for baristas will empower the hearing impaired for business and provide training towards entrepreneurship and job placement. Read more

Inspired to live her dream

Get that SMS line burning and vote for Johanna Gaula, a BCom Financial Accounting student, to go through to the next round of Mrs South Africa 2017. Read more

Farewell to Unisa’s struggle icon son

His alma mater mourns the death of political activist, freedom fighter and alumnus, Ahmed Mohamed Kathrada, who has died at the age of 87. Read more

Unisa autumn graduations in full swing

More than 400 qualifications were conferred when former president Thabo Mbeki officiated at his first graduation ceremony since his inauguration as the Chancellor of Unisa. Read more

Do not abandon your African identity

In delivering the 2017 Archie Mafeje memorial lecture, UCT's Prof Francis B Nyamnjoh called on academics to refute the misconception that there is only one type of scholarship and one type of experience worth writing about. Read more

Psychology strips you naked

Unisa students interested in becoming behavioural health practitioners came up close and personal with practising psychologists at a PE Regional Office Psychology Day. Read more