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Celebrating an African legend

Unisa’s Department of Leadership and Transformation recently launched its 2021 webinar series on Reclaiming Africa’s Intellectual Programme, in celebration of Robert Sobukwe’s life. Read more

Unisa’s international students profiled

Unisa recently conducted an analysis to understand who its international students are in order to better serve their needs. Read more

Language solutions to navigate legal contexts

Newly rated as a Y2 researcher by the National Research Foundation (NRF), Unisa’s Dr Terrence Carney research interest is in forensic semantics or simply put, language and law. Read more

Ramaphosa has chosen a path of patience and limiting risks. But is it working

Writing in The Conversation, Professor Dirk Kotze analyses South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa’s presidential term as prompted by his evidence to the Zondo Commission. Read more

Influential researcher builds on the body of knowledge

Having moved from a Y-rating to a C2-rating by the NRF, Unisa’s Professor Puleng Segalo is considered as an established researcher with a good track record of quality outputs Read more

Reflecting on freedom and equality on Freedom Day

Unisa's Prof Edith Phaswana, Acting Head of Academic Programmes: Thabo Mbeki School of Public and International Affairs, reflects on one of the critical areas which was earmarked for redress by the new dispensation in 1994, the transformation of women's lives. Read more

Unisan wins the 2021 Ali Mazrui Award

Professor Serges Djoyou Kamga, a renowned scholar of human rights, recently received the 2021 Ali Mazrui Award for Scholarship and Research Excellence. Read more

"Let us build a Unisa we are proud of"

Setting the tone at an Extended Management Lekgotla, Prof Puleng LenkaBula, Unisa Principal and Vice-Chancellor, conveyed a pressing need for the institution to constantly rethink, reinvent, reshape and regenerate. Read more

Four outstanding Unisans in the running for 'Science Oscars'

In recognition of their remarkable contributions to SET and innovation, Professors Jan Kroeze, Hossein Jafari, Marcia Mkansi and Fulufhelo Nemavhola have been nominated for the 2020/2021 NSTF-South32 Awards. Read more