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Growth is painful, change is painful

'Invest in knowing yourselves and be ready to unlearn and re-learn to make lasting changes,' Bloemfontein graduates were recently told. Read more

Variety celebrated at North-Eastern Region graduation

Student leaders, public servants, an outstanding disabled student and PhDs – the North-Eastern Region’s class of 2018 was variety personified. Read more

1 777 qualifications for Eastern Cape

The Eastern Cape Region conferred 1 777 qualifications during its autumn graduation ceremonies that were held in East London from 18-19 May 2018. Read more

Madiba’s granddaughter: ‘Mandelas are human beings, too’

As Zoleka Mandela walked across the graduation stage, it appeared as if fate had destined this year for her graduation as this is the year her grandfather would have celebrated his 100th birthday. Read more

Never take things for granted

South Sudanese Richard Ruati braved major obstacles, including civil war, during his studies, but emerged victorious with a BA in Communication Science. Here's his inspirational story. Read more

Alone no longer, Thato embraces the Unisa family

Orphaned at an early age, Thato Amarath Senne overcame tremendous challenges to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Management degree at Unisa. Read more

A conqueror who has overcome the odds

Ally G Mweni is living proof that grit, determination and hard work can overcome the direst of circumstances. From the Democratic Republic of Congo to the stage of Unisa’s ZK Mathews Great Hall, Mweni shared his story with the Unisa community. Read more

More than 11 000 qualifications awarded at Unisa

Unisa provided the country’s workforce with a healthy injection of newly qualified candidates during the 2017 spring graduation period, with 11 867 students graduating. Read more

GLOUSA Secretary graduates at Unisa…again

Stanley Namakhota, former Unisa Tshwane Regional Student Representative Council Sports and Cultural Officer, graduated on 6 September 2017 with his Honours in Bachelor of Arts (Social behaviour studies in HIV/AIDS). Read more