News & Media

CSET internationalisation pays off

An Australian patent and a joint research lab with the Zhejiang University of Technology were acknowledged at the Research & Innovation 2020 Awards. Read more

A movement whose time has come

Open education expands access to higher education, said Prof Mpine Makoe at the launch of the new Commonwealth of Learning chair at Unisa. Read more

#SciComm through FameLab SA

Science with clarity and charisma is what it's all about, and Trevor Simbayi and Karabo Mashiloane from CSET impressed the judges at the Unisa Regional Heat. Read more

Practical solutions to complex concerns

Dr Itumeleng Setlhodi from the College of Education, one of three Unisa 2019 Women in Research Award winners, asserts that research in education should be informed by real issues focusing on African ways to address South African problems. Read more

Unisa alumnus named ICT Minister in Namibia

Dr Peya Mushelenga has completed three degrees at the university in Political Sciences and believes in lifelong learning. Read more

"Speaking to us, for us and about us"

Black academic voices: The South African experience, co-edited by Prof Edith Phaswana, acting TMALI head, is one of the winners of the prestigious Humanities and Social Science Awards 2020. Read more

Research that benefits the community

Recipient of a 2019 Innovation Award at Unisa, CSET's Dr Kebede Keterew Kefeni is dedicated to contribute to the mitigation of the impact of acid mine drainage on the environment and human health. Read more

Unisa ★ ☆ ★ glitter on red carpet

Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Prof Mandla Makhanya, affirmed at the 2020 Research and Innovation Awards that the university is building an enviable reputation for research. Read more

African feminist researcher challenging patriarchy

Unisa's Prof Madipoane Masenya, an NRF B3-rated researcher, has coined a word that speaks to the kind of women's liberationist framework that makes sense to the unique context of African-South African women. Read more