News & Events

Student Affairs Department celebrates academic excellence

The Unisa Student Affairs Department recently celebrated academic excellence among staff members who completed their qualifications between 2012 to 2017. Read more

The senseless killings of women and young girls is a sign of a morally bankrupt society

The ongoing spate of gender-based violence owes its genesis to the rapid erosion of morals in society and to its twin sister, patriarchy. Read more

RPL made this Iranian’s academic dream a reality

The academic door that Akabari’s country closed, Unisa was able to open for her. Read more

Unisa welcomes Prof Daisy Selematsela, Executive Director, Unisa Library

The Unisa Library has the privilege to announce the appointment of Prof Daisy Selematsela as our new Executive Director with effect from the 1st May 2017. Read more

Ekurhuleni flocks to exhibition

Gauteng held the fourth annual career fair for students, job seekers, and visitors in Daveyton recently. Read more

Light at the end of the tunnel for SA’s energy-poor communities

Unisa and MRC researchers have built live demonstration facilities where people can experience the power of three clean-energy solutions for households: solar, biogas, and cool coatings. Read more

Changing times

The latest issue of YOUNISA, the magazine for Unisa students, alumni and friends, puts technology under the spotlight. There is also a collectible loose sleeve commemorating the inauguration of Unisa Chancellor Thabo Mbeki. Read more

Re-engineering student-management relationships

Dr Sibusiso Chalufu, the newly appointed Dean of Students at Unisa, has vowed to chart a path that is deeply rooted in student needs. Read more

“I had a vision, and Unisa was in it.”

Graduate Lettah Sikhosana says studying through a distance learning institution taught her independence. Read more