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Unisa alumnus empowers entrepreneurs

Unisa alumnus, Sezanele Zondi recently published a book titled Mastering your business pitch, with an aim to empower entrepreneurs.Read more

Durbanite Michael Cloete receives his doctoral degree

Michael Cloete from Durban is no longer an ordinary man. He is Dr Michael Cloete. He received his doctoral degree in Consulting Psychology from Unisa in this year. Read more

From police constable to advocate in the High Court

Former police constable graduates with an LLB degree from Unisa to occupy office as Advocate of the high court.Read more

Unisa makes a splash in Ethiopia in its Science and Research footprint

A high-level Unisa delegation led by newly inaugurated Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Puleng LenkaBula, recently met with academic, aviation, science, diplomatic, business and government executives in Africa’s second-most populous country to advance the institution’s international relations and science diplomacy agenda.Read more

Ethiopia student experience-sharing programme reloaded

Unisa’s Ethiopia Regional Learning Centre hosted another round of the student experience-sharing programme to assist master’s and doctoral students on their journey to attaining their degrees and to make them aware of some of the challenges that lie ahead.Read more

Covid-19 highlights the need for Africa to be self-reliant

Speaking at the 21st Annual Steve Biko Memorial Lecture, WHO Regional Director Dr Matshidiso Moeti said that the pandemic should be a wake-up call to transform our society and systems, and build a world that is guided by equity and self-reliance.Read more

‘Dear Madam VC, you embody courage, hope and resilience’

Unisan Nonsikelelo Nako, a former Unisa NSRC member, pens a heartfelt letter congratulating Professor Puleng LenkaBula on her inauguration as the institution’s first woman Vice-Chancellor.Read more

His voice still resonates

At the 12th such annual event, Unisa recently celebrated the life and work of the late Es’kia Mphahlele, Unisa alumnus and renowned African scholar who scribed his way to literary immortality.Read more

Never too late for self-empowerment through education

A self-driven and visionary mother, former cleaner Florah Mukumo overcame poverty and other difficult circumstances to obtain her first degree at the age of 64.Read more