News & Media

Indigenous languages have pride of place on Wikipedia

Unisa's Academy of African Languages and Science (AALS) is working on research projects to develop high-quality digital African language resources and technologies. Read more

Royal support for Unisa road safety meeting

The Institute for Dispute Resolution in Africa and the Department of Police Practice hosted an awareness event in Makapanstad last year to engage with stakeholders who can contribute to peace and harmony in the community. Read more

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

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

Continental excellence award for Unisan

CSET's Prof Mokhotjwa Dhlamini has emerged as the continental winner in the Education and Training: Academic sector of CEO Global’s Titans: Building Nations, 2018 Awards. Read more

Collaboration scores multimillion funding

A proposal by researchers from China, Brazil, Russia, India, and Unisa’s NanoWS research unit, headed by Dr Lueta de Kock, has received a BRICS grant of R2.1 million over three years. Read more

Of land and other thorny issues

The Unisa-Sowetan Dialogue held recently at the Graduate School of Business Leadership was a vigorous discussion of the questions around agrarian reform in South Africa. Read more