News & Events

Unisa brings Madiba magic to women behind bars

On 18 July, Mandela Day, the university honoured the great man in the best way possible: a multi-disciplinary team visited the Kgoši Mampuru II correctional facility to present a range of workshops to women inmates. Read more

Unisa joins international Mandela centenary celebrations

Unisa joins the nation and the international community in their support of and participation in the celebration of the centenary of Nelson Mandela, led and championed by the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Read more

Halala, halala, halala, Unisa

With drama, drumbeats, dancing, declamation, and sheer delight, Unisans celebrated the 145th birthday of the venerable elder of South African universities. Read more

LLB graduate at the International Criminal Court

Jeeoshni Moodley Mazzuoccolo is flying both the Unisa and South African flags high at The Hague in the Netherlands as the only South African serving an internship at the International Criminal Court. Read more

Youth Day in South Africa: Six essential things you need to know

With Youth Day almost upon us in South Africa, we feel it’s important to revisit our history and understand why exactly we’re here to remember it. Read more

Read the latest issue of YOUNISA

In this issue: President Ramaphosa, Black Panther, your servant leaders, how to prepare for a job and much, much more. Read more

A life-lesson in courage

Tinevimbo Matambanadzo recently graduated with her BA degree in Community and Health Psychology from Unisa with 24 out of a possible 30 distinctions. She has stage-four endometriosis and tells the story of how she turned her pain into power. Read more

FameLab stars head for the finals

Bonisiwe Seshabela and Sebabatso Maifadi of Unisa’s College of Science, Engineering, and Technology are off to the FameLab SA National finals at the Future Earth Conference. Read more

Unisa-KZN launches computer literacy guide

Unisa-KZN recently launched their student computer literacy guide. The guide will be available electronically in the near future and students will be able to download it. Read more