News & Events

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

‘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

So what’s all the fuss about LA?

Unisa’s Student Retention Unit hosted a webinar on learning analytics to describe and define this field of research and practice and to present how it could ultimately have a positive effect towards student success.Read more

History in the making for Unisa and Prof. LenkaBula

Professor Puleng LenkaBula has fearlessly accepted the huge responsibility and expectations that come with the VC position at Unisa. On Thursday, 2 September 2021, she will be inaugurated as Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Unisa.Read more

How to inject ‘equitable care’ into online learning

The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown huge challenges in the path of universities, but they owe it to their lecturers and students not to emphasise rigour and efficiency at the expense of support and community building.Read more

Women and finances

Find out why are lagging behind when it comes to managing their finances. #WomensMonth #WomenFinancialFitnessRead more

The job mismatch

The country is producing an oversupply of graduates in skills that do not support economic growth and employment opportunities created in those sectors are unable to absorb all those graduates, according to a recent public lecture hosted by CEMS.Read more

A university that gives hope

Eight Unisa students were presented recently with laptops by the Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Puleng LenkaBula. “As management, we are confident these devices will make the learning process manageable and seamless.”Read more