College of Law

Academic Literacy Facilitator ascends the corporate ladder to become Senior Lecturer

Tebogo Innocentia Munyai always wanted to develop and grow her career. She started as an Academic Literacy Facilitator at Unisa and worked hard to ascend the career ladder. She was recently appointed as a Senior Lecturer at Unisa's College of Law. Read more

A generational university

David Modisha Matlakala, a former student leader from Mahwelereng, Mokopane says the first university degree obtained by his uncle in 1997 created a culture of learning in his family. Matlakala recently obtained his LLB degree from Unisa. Read more

Reintegrating female parolees and probationers into the community

The College of Law, in collaboration with the Department of Correctional Services and the Thandanani Drop Inn Centres, recently hosted an outreach as part of the engaged scholarship project, Tshokollo ya Setshabeng, to investigate the reintegration of female parolees and probationers into the community. Read more

Education in pursuit of social justice

Hailing from Mohlaletse village in Limpopo, Dave Lebusa Mamaregane, fondly known as Dave, has always been driven by a passion for social justice. Graduating with an undergraduate diploma in security management, his sight was set on law enforcement as a means to become a voice for the voiceless. Read more

Unisa alumnus and insourcing champion continues to inspire while soaring to new heights

Hailed as a champion of social justice, workers' rights and insourcing, Unisa alumnus Ntanto Sindane is known for his unwavering commitment to social justice, challenging the status quo and paving the way for vulnerable workers to be insourced in various organisations and higher education institutions. Read more

College of Law unpacks high-profile inmates in South Africa in riveting webinar

The College of Law's Department of Corrections Management recently held a webinar titled "High-profile inmates in South Africa". The webinar explored the definition and significance of high-profile inmates, their impact on organisations and the role of influential figures in shaping prison conditions. Read more

Unisa alumnus shaping futures in the service of humanity

Growing up under poverty-stricken conditions in an overcrowded two-room shack in the rural village of Libotlwane, Makapanstad, without electricity, Unisa alumnus Kgaugelo Baloyi rose above adversity to open his law firm. Today, like a faithful steward of Unisa values, he spearheads an initiative that provides Unisa graduates with work opportunities. Read more

"Unisa has an excellent support structure"

Zane Oswald Cleophas is one of the successful students who went through the College of Law's Recognition of Prior Learning process. Cleophas enrolled at Unisa through RPL with military qualifications and several short courses; today, he holds a master's degree and is pursuing a PhD. Read more

The 3rd Annual Unisa-APGroN Conference was a resounding success

Unisa's College of Law partnered with the Afrikan Peer Growth Network to deliver this year's iteration of the international conference, which focuses on Africa's development and transformation. Learners from Botebo-Tsebo Secondary in Sebokeng were also invited to attend - most aspired to become lawyers. Read more

Never too young to lead — Gauteng MEC graduates at Unisa

Lebogang Maile, a member of the younger generation of liberation activists who cut their political teeth at a critical moment in South Africa’s history, will graduate at Unisa with an LLB on 31 October. Read more