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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

Legal eagle scoops continental accolade

The Africa Leadership Awards are all about achievers, super achievers, and future business leaders. The event attracts the best of the best from more than 50 African member states, and one of the best of the best this year is Unisa's own Jan van Wyk, Executive Director of Legal Services. Read more

Russian collaboration boosts sub-Antarctic research

Tomsk State University geographers have developed a new method for studying melting glaciers. Now scientists, including Unisa's David Hedding, a specialist in glacial geomorphology, are analysing a large array of information collected with the help of drones in the summer of 2018. Read more Read more

A powerful focus on justice and healing

“Black theology is a quest to map out a different reality for black people and how they respond to God as a God of justice, liberation, and truth.” Dr Hlulani Mdingi Read more

Growing Unisa footprint in Eastern Africa

CAES recently undertook a critical mission to advance internationalisation through strategic collaborations and partnerships in Kenya. Read more

Ending the year on a high note

The annual Unisa Music Foundation orchestral Christmas Concert recently took place, featuring the 80-piece Unisa Music Foundation Youth Orchestra and the Unisa Music Foundation Wind Ensemble. 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

Addressing human rights challenges at Unisa

Unisa and the SAHRC commit to a partnership to achieve substantive transformation at the university, aimed at mending relations, strengthening internal dispute resolution mechanisms, and building social cohesion among employees. Read more

SBL to ignite black business development

Unisa, on behalf of its Graduate School of Business Leadership, has signed a letter of intent with the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry, committing the parties to work together to transform the economy. Read more