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Talented charmer youngest ever finalist in Unisa music showcase

Only a few years into his musical journey, fifteen-year-old Hao-Wei Lin from Taiwan is one of the three candidates who were announced as finalists of the 14th Unisa International Piano Competition.Read more

Unisa International Piano Competition ends on a high note

The 14th Unisa International Piano Competition, which took place over the past two weeks, was a resounding success with exceptional performances in both the jazz and classical categories.Read more

Unisan’s expert eye garners top photography award

Building on past successes, Unisa student Sydney Seshibedi has been named the Sports Photographer of the Year 2019 by South African Breweries (SAB). Read more

View YOUR university's 2019 achievements

The university has once again made major strides during the course of 2019, and it is indeed a pleasure to share these with you.Read more

Festive reading

This year's final issue of YOUNISA abounds with examples of how the Unisa wields academic knowledge to make a real difference.Read more

“Viva Unisa! Viva!”

“I am so grateful and honoured to call myself a Unisa alumnus.” Ms Mulalo Judith Phaswana could not contain herself in the appreciation of her alma mater. She began her exciting journey with the institution in 2014 when she enrolled for a Diploma in Law. Read more

Malebe – the hero educator and environmentalist of Ekurhuleni

Bethuel Malebe, an educator at the Nageng Primary School in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni,has been making remarkable strides in his home town.Read more

At 91, inquisitive Conradie has become the oldest man to obtain a doctorate at Unisa

Don't take everything at face value; you have to question things, said 91-year-old Andries Conradie, who has become the oldest man to obtain his doctorate at Unisa.Read more

What makes a true leader?

A member of Unisa's Regional Student Representative Council reflects on the qualities that set a true leader apart from those who are merely in leadership positions.Read more