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It’s Chai Time with Wesley Moonsamy

Meet Wesley Moonsamy, co-founder of It’s Chai Time, technology enabler, part-time lecturer and Unisa alumnus. Read more

Excitement as premier Unisa music competition draws near

The countdown to the highly anticipated 6th Unisa International Strings Competition, taking place from 24 January to 05 February, has started. Read more

Unisa reflects on the year that has been

At the official closing ceremony of the 2021 academic year, the university reflected on its challenges, opportunities and accomplishments, and feted students who achieved great results in their studies.Read more

Unisa participates in high level discussions on anti-corruption education in institutions of higher learning

The anti-corruption workshop, which Unisa participated in, provided an opportunity for BRICS university lecturers to teach anti-corruption and integrity-related courses, and share their experiences and approaches.Read more

How men can advance to the forefront of combating GBV

Unisa academic, Dr George Mkuzelwa Skosana, puts a spotlight on the contribution that men can make in the fight against GBV, and how socio-economic status of the country can contribute to rising GBV statistics.Read more

Rethinking the challenges of development in terms of decoloniality

Unique development challenges faced by Ethiopia were the crux of the doctoral research of Dr Yerasework Kebede Hailu of Unisa’s Ethiopia Regional Learning Centre.Read more

Reflections on Africa’s futures

Eminent African scholar, Professor Mamadou Diouf, delivered the 2021 Unisa Founders Lecture addressing African history, humanities, literature, and invention towards reclaiming Africa’s futures.Read more

Joy, celebration as master’s and doctoral candidates graduate

The current series of onsite graduations at Unisa will see newly minted master’s and doctoral graduates joining the ranks of South Africa’s best and brightest.Read more

Combating GBV in higher education institutions

Speaking on gender-based violence, especially in the higher education context, Unisa’s Mbali Mazibuko and Shatadi Phoshoko call for the development of enhanced policies and victim-centred approaches on various levels. Read more