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YALI graduate brings the oomph into her events

After having spent a month training at Unisa, Chef Bolivia Mabwe is a Young African Leaders Initiative alumnus under the business and entrepreneurship track. Read more

Happy New Year!

May 2019 be prosperous and blessed for all. Read more

Season's greeting

Wishing all Unisans and their families a restful break. May this holiday time be filled with peace, joy, and abundance for everyone. Read more

AIMS awards research grants in climate change science

Unisan Lindani Ncube, an outstanding early-career African researcher, is one of six scientists whose projects will apply research-based concepts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while creating economic value. Read more

SA's electoral body has its work cut out to ensure legitimate 2019 poll

Unisa's Prof Kealeboga J Maphunye says that the country's electoral commission's failure to ensure a credible voters' roll threatens to undo its legacy of free and fair elections. Read more

Unisa expands footprint in KZN

The university has signed an MoU with the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality for a donation of land in Uvongo to develop a campus in Port Shepstone. Read more

How to survive and thrive in an ever-changing dynamic environment

Fluid, practical, plastic, resilient, transformable, agile, interconnected, adaptive, and strategic were some of the buzzwords at the second Strategic Risk Leadership Conversations in Higher Education 2018, held by Unisa at the beginning of the month. Read more

Music, memories as Unisa honours Madiba, Mama Sisulu

The university unveiled commemorative plaques honouring the centenary of the births of Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu, which coincides with its 145th anniversary as a beacon of hope on the continent and beyond. Read more

Contested discourses

The cardinal basis for decolonial education curricula design constructs is to adopt an African-sensitive hybrid approach that builds on the best knowledges, competences, skills, values, beliefs, and practices from around the globe to accommodate multiplicities of identities, was the conclusion of Professor Jabulani Nyoni in his inaugural lecture. Read more