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Shaping futures through golf

The Unisa Shaping Futures Golf Challenge recently headed to the Limpopo province, the home of Unisa’s North Eastern Regional Office, to raise funds for student bursaries at Unisa.Read more

You should not be found among troublemakers

A Unisa graduate should not behave in manner that goes against Unisa values. This was the caution given to the audience at an Alumni Chapter Convener Election meeting recently held in Polokwane.Read more

Leaders balance studies and activism

Three SRC members of the North Eastern Region were awarded their qualifications at the recent graduation ceremonies held in Polokwane and Mbombela respectively. Read more

Resilience and research reap rewards

Two Unisans who were awarded their qualifications at graduation ceremonies in Polokwane and Mbombela, respectively, say their achievements have given them the oomph to go further. Read more

Unisa student parliamentarians ready to lead

The Directorate: Student Development in the Department of Student Affairs recently held a successful workshop for its Student Parliament office bearers.Read more

Critical first year of study in the spotlight

May 2019 will prove to be a special month filled with First-Year Experience (FYE) initiatives that are presented at various South African Universities.Read more

Building an enabling environment for postgrad students

Lucas Mamabolo, National Postgraduate Officer on the National Student Representative Council, understands the academic language, needs and concerns of students at postgraduate level.Read more

Wadzanai will break down barriers, represent peripheral students

Wadzanai Mazhetese, President of Unisa’s National Student Representative Council, shares his thoughts with the Unisa student community.Read more

The time for lip-service on transformation is over—Mogoeng Mogoeng

The Chief Justice of the Republic of South Africa delivered one of the best in the series of nine lectures held so far by Unisa in honour of the celebrated writer, educationist, activist, and the father of African Humanism, the late Professor Es’kia Mphahlele. Read more