Leading change

Unisa takes its place in the sun

“Going solar makes cents.” Prof Godwell Nhamo, the incumbent of the Exxaro Chair in Business and Climate Change, explains how the university’s scaling up of solar energy uptake is changing the physical landscape of Unisa campuses. Read more

Unisa—finding solutions to problems

CSET ED Prof Bhekie Mamba has announced a strategic partnership with the EWSETA that will see R3 million provided to assist students in the work-integrated learning component of their studies. Read more

Make school management more integrated and inclusive

“Every primary school should strive to build a sustainable relationship with parents in order to achieve quality education, especially for developing countries,” said newly capped PhD Wakjira Gorman Mekonnen, Ethiopian MP, at his graduation at Unisa. Read more

From security guard to archives supervisor

Jonathan Mukwevho is living proof that at Unisa it doesn’t matter where you are coming from but it matters where you are going. Read more

Unisa and City of Tshwane to leverage a knowledge-based economy

The university and the city signed a memorandum of agreement last week. Read more

Sweet connection between cancer and sugar

Prof Monde Ntwasa proposed a treatment that could help reduce the harsh side-effects of chemotherapy during his inaugural lecture. Read more

Unisa library inherits works of literary lion

The works of the late Poet Laureate, scholar, intellectual and Unisa honorary doctorate recipient, Prof Keorapetse William Kgositsile, have been donated to the university at the request of the Kgositsile family. Read more

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