News & Events

Reflections on #FeesMustFall in the wake of the passing of Professor Bongani Mayosi

Unisa's Dean of Students, Dr Sibusiso Chalufu, writes in the Daily Maverick that not much is known or has been written about the painful experiences of administrative and professional support staff, mostly at the hands of students. Read more

Thank you letter to the University of South Africa

"Thank you for affording me the opportunity to complete my Bachelor of Laws degree with you while working full time." Read more

Unisa and Mintek partner for science

The two institutions launched a state-of-the-art 3D imaging facility that will enhance collaboration between researchers by being accessible to all. Read more

Gauteng Region enables students and staff to connect

The extreme cold and drizzling weather that persisted throughout the day could not deter or discourage students from attending the Unisa Open Day, recently held at the Ekurhuleni Regional Service Centre in Daveyton. Read more

Join us in celebrating NSW 2018

The Unisa Science Campus celebrates National Science Week 2018 with a diverse collection of exciting exhibits from the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and the College of Science, Engineering and Technology. Read more

Unisa brings Madiba magic to women behind bars

On 18 July, Mandela Day, the university honoured the great man in the best way possible: a multi-disciplinary team visited the Kgoši Mampuru II correctional facility to present a range of workshops to women inmates. Read more

Unisa joins international Mandela centenary celebrations

Unisa joins the nation and the international community in their support of and participation in the celebration of the centenary of Nelson Mandela, led and championed by the Nelson Mandela Foundation. 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

Karen’s story: ‘Unisa is my beacon of hope’

Karen, a brave alumna and current student, recounts the harrowing tale of her life’s journey, and how Unisa’s beacon of knowledge helped her to pull through. Read more