Alumni

Mauritius Convenor donates books to Unisa

Zeenat Fugurally, Convenor of the Mauritius Chapter and author of the Learn English series of textbooks, donated over 3 500 textbooks to Unisa during a recent visit by Unisa's Dr Phasoane Mokgobu, Vice-Principal: Institutional Development, and the Alumni office in Mauritius. Read more

Shaping futures through golf

The Unisa Shaping Futures Golf Challenge recently headed to the Limpopo province, the home of Unisa’s North Eastern Regional Office, to raise funds for student bursaries at Unisa. Read more

Renewal made concrete as Unisa refreshes its identity

As part of the forthcoming naming and renaming process, existing buildings and facilities will be repurposed with a view to better utilisation of the university's infrastructure. Read more

Soliciting support for Unisa and its students

"The role of business is in helping to finance education, build human capacity, and to extend on where government cannot reach because of the various demands placed on it." - Unisa Chancellor Thabo Mbeki Read more

Thanks, Unisans!

Your donations are helping Manape Mokoena reach her dream of becoming a CA. Read more

Thanks, NSFAS!

Isaac Mpho Mothiba is a proud Unisa alumnus - thanks to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, his loving grandmother and a supportive lecturer. Read more

Sterling Unisans shine at national honours

Professor Malik Maaza, incumbent of the UNESCO-Unisa Africa Chair in Nanosciences and Nanotechnology, and Yvonne ‘Chaka Chaka’ Mhinga, Unisa alumna, were awarded the Order of Mapungubwe in Silver and the Order of Ikhamanga in Silver respectively by President Cyril Ramaphosa at an award ceremony on 25 April 2019 at the Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guesthouse. Read more

Mad like me

During several psychiatric rotations for her nursing training, Merryl Hammond never imagined she would one day become a mental patient herself. However, bipolar disorder (formerly called manic depression) struck in 2008 at age 51. Read more

A legal eagle takes wing

"There will always be challenges along the way, you will tremble on some, trip and fall on others, and jump over many, but never lose sight of your goals." Sage advice from the Chairperson of the Unisa Tshwane RSRC, Tokologo Monene, who passed the final year of her LLB with a distinction after being granted an FI concession by the university. Read more

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