Alumni

Obama, Bush, Soyinka, and now Matjila…

Unisa's Prof Daniel Matjila will give the International Perspectives Conference in the US a depth of understanding in how individuals can disprove and overcome stereotypes of all kinds. 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

“Education is an immediate equaliser,” says DHET’s Manana

The Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training graduated last night with a BA Honours in International Politics, and said that he loved every moment of being a Unisa student. Read more

Teeing off to support higher education

Golfers from the Western Cape came together in Fish Hoek for the second Unisa Shaping Futures Golf Challenge, held annually in the region. Read more

Tribute to a life spent researching education ‘at the margins’

The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning has conferred an honorary fellowship on Unisa’s Professor Veronica McKay, Executive Dean of the College of Education. 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

US-based Anna Karson visits alma mater to donate

On 23 March 2017, the Unisa Institutional Advancement Directorate welcomed surprise visitors Ann Karson, nee Tobias, and her friend Marion Halliday to the Unisa Muckleneuk Campus. Read more

Prof Colin Coulson-Thomas appointed honorary professor at Aston University

His influence spans both business and academia and now he has been awarded an honorary professorship of Aston University in England. Read more

Convocation ensures your voice is heard

Under the new leadership of Sabelo Mhlungu, the Unisa Convocation will continue to stand up for the interests of its convocants. Read more

A Unisa alumnus reaches the finals of Miss SA 2017

Yuta Raubenheimer, a BCOMM Business Management graduate, says that entering the pageant has always been her dream. Read more