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Pertunia sets out to reclaim the land – from waste

Education student Pertunia Ndou’s food waste management innovation found favour at the Tshwane InterUniversity Innovation Challenge in November 2020.Read more

Why Kgalabi’s portable washbasin idea is making a splash

A portable, self-assembled washbasin designed by a Unisa computer science student for the City of Tshwane’s healthcare workers could be just what the doctor ordered.Read more

SRC member’s Afrocentric research excellence garners accolade

Unisa has honoured a student leader who excelled in his innovative research which seeks to explore black South African males and females’ perceptions of traditional gender roles and the implications for policy development.Read more

NanoWS students make their US (water)mark

Alfred Kajau, Nomcebo Khumalo, Coster Kumunda, and Sikelelwa Ndiweni completed a graduate-level online course with the University of Massachusetts. Professor Thabo Nkambule says this demonstrates Unisa's leading role in affording education opportunities, especially though online measures.Read more

You too can become an NRF-rated researcher

Professor Mookgo Solomon Kgatle from the Department of Christian Spirituality, Church History, and Missiology in the College of Human Sciences tells you how.Read more

Goal-driven engineer shakes up the industry

Unisa's Dr Adolph Anga Muleja is one of ten chosen South African researchers in the Talented Young Scientist Programme—a bilateral exchange programme between China and SA.Read more

The disease that gave the world a wake-up call

Professor Douglas Boateng of Unisa's Graduate School of Business Leadership analyses the latest data and says the ultimate victory will depend on each one of us to remain disciplined and fully focused on the goal.Read more

Research must 'speak to the people,' says Unisa PhD student

PhD student Charmaine Tshangana recently did Unisa proud when she emerged as runner-up at the highly contested national FameLab finals.Read more

Unisa R&I Week 2019 is the place to be

Crisp, concise and comprehensive views of key ODL research trends and highlights are on offer at Unisa’s Research & Innovation Week 2019 – along with some educated speculation about what the future might hold.Read more