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Unisa SBL celebrates remarkable new leaders

The Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership celebrated ‘Inspirational leaders who go beyond’ at its annual Graduation Awards Dinner. Read more

Student travels from East London to Durban for graduation

Lusindiso Holiday travelled all the way from East London to graduate and receive a BA Honours Degree in Social Behavioural Studies on 22 June 2019 in Durban. Read more

Are we ready for the new economy?

The one sure thing in the world’s economies today is that problems are getting broader, deeper and more significant, and will become more prevalent, said Pavlo Phitidis, speaking at the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership earlier this month.Read more

Unisa alumni encouraged to behave the pro-Unisa way

A Unisa graduate should not behave in manner that goes against Unisa values, was the advice given to the audience at an alumni chapter convenor election meeting recently held in Polokwane. Read more

More than six thousand laptops distributed to students

Unisa’s highly successful rollout of laptops to qualifying students funded by NSFAS has passed the 90% completion mark.Read more

Unisa alum is Oxford-bound

Recent BCom Law graduate Sarel van Baalen, who has won a scholarship to complete an MBA at the prestigious University of Oxford, says that he will most definitely encourage other professionals to further their careers with a Unisa qualification.Read more

Gardener obtains his qualification

Despite many hardships, Geoffery Manenzhe is now a proud Unisa graduate and holds a BA degree in Creative Writing in African languages.Read more

SA star Percy Tau obtains BCom degree

Bafana Bafana star forward, Percy Tau, recently joined an elite club by obtaining a Bachelor of Commerce degree at Unisa.Read more

ARCSWiD breaks down barriers

To promote full participation in Unisa’s student leadership structures, the Advocacy and Resource Centre for Students with Disabilities presented a series of leadership training sessions at regional forums for students with disabilities.Read more