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Madonsela calls on Unisa to tell stories of faceless women

Speaking at a Women’s Month dialogue at the university, the Chief Patron of the Thuli Madonsela Foundation said documenting their stories would show that women have led change in South Africa and in the world. Read more

When it comes to nuclear energy, knowledge is power

Unisa's Prof Jeanne Kriek says you have to have a good campaign to debate the pros and cons and influence people with facts rather than unsubstantiated assumptions. Read more

Unpacking articulation opportunities between TVET colleges and universities

A recent academic symposium hosted by Unisa Western Cape in George drew stakeholders and representatives from a range of platforms in the Southern Cape. Read more

Open University of China and Unisa explore collaboration prospects

OUC affords students both face-to-face and online learning opportunities, which makes collaboration with Unisa as an ODL institution a feasible one. Read more

CHS hosts innovative #HerStory Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

The Swedish Embassy and Unisa are inviting you to write articles on local women who you think excel in their fields for a popular online encyclopaedia. Read more

Fee burden headlines US stakeholder event

The Vice-Chancellor told New York stakeholders that Unisa received a fraction of the funding that a face-to-face university would get in government subsidy for each student at undergraduate level. Read more

Youth education and empowerment through music

The Unisa Music Foundation is giving about 1 400 students from disadvantaged backgrounds access to musical instruments and free lessons. Read more

Without knowledge of the past, we have no identity

The second annual Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela Seminar, highlighting the lives and legacies of Nelson Mandela and Ahmed Kathrada, was also the occasion of the launch of Raymond Suttner’s latest book. Read more

Help the CAS CFO entrants make the finals

Support Team Unisa and vote for their video now! Read more