News & Events

COMSA on its way to greater heights

As 2020 gets under way, the executive members of the Unisa Communications Student Association (COMSA) have promised an exciting year ahead for communications students.Read more

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

Unisa produces its first PhD graduate in Setswana

Unisa has produced its first PhD graduate in Setswana. Dr Justice Kobue Legodi encourages others to pursue their research through their indigenous languages, as it enriches their culture and language, amongst others.Read more

Unisa gives hope to students with disabilities

“There is nothing impossible in this world. You need to have dreams and you need to be willing to work hard to achieve those dreams,” said Getachew Geno Alala, who recently obtained a PhD in Education.Read more

Colourful spring graduation ceremonies in Durban

Graduation ceremonies held in the Durban Exhibition Centre from 15 to 17 October 2019 were colourful in many ways, with doctoral candidates, student leaders, and staff graduating, and some students entertaining the audience with Zulu-dancing on stage.Read more