News & Media

Unisa Mobile Clinic—“the innovation training tool”—on the move in service of communities

A dedicated team of Unisans accompanied by animal health technician students and a matric learner aspiring to pursue her veterinary studies treated more than 300 dogs and cats in Westonaria, west of Johannesburg. Read more

Predicting the outcome of actions

In his inaugural lecture, the SBL’s Prof Jan Kruger proved some theorems based on true causal structure. Read more

Multilingual education for Africa

Edited by Russell H Kaschula and H Ekkehard Wolff, and co-published by Unisa Press and Routledge, the common thread in this book is the exploration of innovative pedagogies in language teaching and language use in education. Read more

Passion for science makes him Madiba-like

Unisan Kabelo Pheeha been chosen as one of News24’s 100 young Mandelas of the future for his unbelievable efforts to make a difference in the lives of others and his persistence to achieve his dreams against all odds. Read more

Halala, halala, halala, Unisa

With drama, drumbeats, dancing, declamation, and sheer delight, Unisans celebrated the 145th birthday of the venerable elder of South African universities. Read more

Young go-getter to watch

Well done to Unisa Communications Science lecturer Dr Rofhiwa Mukhudwana for being selected as one of the Mail & Guardian 200 young South Africans for 2018. Read more

Unisan adds 'Science Oscar' to his achievements in 2018

Congratulations to Prof Malik Maaza who won the NSTF-GreenMatter Award at the 2017/2018 NSTF-South32 awards last week. These annual awards recognise, celebrate and reward outstanding excellence in science, engineering, technology and innovation in South Africa. Read more

How Africa is growing its share of global research

The latest publishing trends and comparisons have been highlighted during Unisa’s 2018 Research & Innovation Week. Read more

The crown is in sight…will the CAS team make the final round?

Team Unisa is in the Top 6 of the global 2017 CFO business management and leadership-focused case study competition. Read more

Challenges facing robust election observation persist

Prof Kealeboga Maphunye was interviewed by Peter Penar of Michigan State University for the Leaders of Africa Project recently. Watch the discussion or listen to the podcast. Read more