Leading change

Discussing the dilemmas of knowledge production in Africa

A roundtable hosted by CODESRIA and TMALI yesterday brought to the fore some of the challenges facing African scholarship and envisioned new pan-African conversations. Read more

Magic we need to change Africa is right inside us

Speaking at the CGS Fifth Interdisciplinary Summer School at Unisa, Muzi Kuzwayo said that the continent must set its sights on producing the best brands in the world. Read more

Unisa academic develops new theory to teach technology education

CEDU’s Prof Tomé Mapotse’s Technology Education Cascading Theory has been published on the global information systems Springer Technology Education publications domain. Read more

Unisa signs MoA with Tianjin Polytechnic University of China

Strengthening relations between TJPU and CSET will create an environment for research, educational and training excellence, and an open exchange of ideas. Read more

Curbing corruption one conversation at a time

Unisa hosted the 2017 international anti-corruption day and gave a platform to the burning topic of illicit financial flows and their impact on development on Africa. Read more

Unisa wins gold and platinum for green efforts

Sustainability is clearly taking centre stage at the university and we have the shining awards to prove it. Read more

Reaching 10 646 community participants through C2A in 2017

The Chance 2 Advance programme has collaborated with academics in several colleges to reach a total of 10 646 participants in its community engagement initiatives held across South Africa. Read more

2017 a watershed year for transformation at Unisa

Speaking at the closing ceremony of the academic year, Prof Mandla Makhanya said that transformation is a collective journey and we all have to lead it. Read more

From rural Matatiele to one of the youngest CAs at 23

Prof Lungile Ntsalaze shares that getting to this point came with many challenges along the way. This is his story. Read more

Unisa researchers work on one million euro project

The CEMS Computability, Complexity, and Randomness in Decision Sciences research group is contributing to Computing with Infinite Data, which involves universities in eight European countries, as well as Japan, Korea, Chile, and SA. Read more