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Diplomat wife honoured at Unisa's graduations in Ethiopia

Unisa made it possible for diplomatic spouses to have their own careers by studying in foreign countries. Read more

Shaping futures on the fairways

A recent Unisa golf day in KZN saw a number of companies taking part as a way to support students who do not qualify for fee-free higher education. 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

Honours achievement for EFF’s Hlengiwe Mkhaliphi

Supported by the party’s top leadership, the deputy secretary-general of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Hlengiwe Mkhaliphi, recently graduated at Unisa with a Bachelor of Administration Honours in Public Administration. Read more

Leading through the most difficult times

Unisa and the Luthuli Museum hosted the Chief Albert Luthuli Research Chair Founders Lecture on 11 April 2019. Read more

Collaborating on nano research

Unisa’s NanoWS research unit hosted the IEEE Nanotechnology Council Chapter Symposium at the Science Campus to explore new opportunities in the areas of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Read more

Mud and guts and glory for Unisa motorsport design teams

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering staff and students bagged the number one and two spots in the Mini Baja Competition last month with their prototype four-wheel, single-seater, off-road recreational vehicles. Read more

Of racecraft, witches, and the National Question: The decoding of Neville Alexander et al

Allan Zinn, Director at the Centre for the Advancement of Non-Racialism and Democracy at the Nelson Mandela University, delivered the sixth Neville Alexander Memorial Lecture in a simple, yet intellectually powerful way. Read more

R200m joint venture opens with a flourish in Eastern Cape

Higher Education and Training Minister Dr Naledi Pandor praised Unisa, Walter Sisulu University, and University of Fort Hare for bringing the Phyllis Ntantala Collaborative Library project to fruition for the benefit of students and staff in East London. Read more

YALI’s 2018 women graduates set to light up Africa

A bumper crop of 37 hand-picked women from across Africa recently graduated from the Young African Leadership Initiative’s Young Women in African Power programme at Unisa. Read more