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Is your contract clear?

The inaugural lecture of Prof Philip Stoop revisited the right to information in plain and understandable language in the Consumer Protection Act. Read more

Hear me roar!

Dr Faniswa Mfidi, senior lecturer in Unisa’s Department of Health Studies, is proud to be a HELTASA TAU Fellow for 2018. Read more

Voice competition opening ceremony to honour John Roos

The late Unisan served as Artistic Director of the Unisa Music Competitions for many years. 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

Do you really try to minimise your carbon footprint?

Prof Fanie van Zyl pointed out in his inaugural lecture that the constitutional right to a healthy environment has financial implications in tax legislation. Read more

What am I?

I do not know, because my I has been colonised. Psychology subjected my I to the construct of 'self', and an entire post-structuralist tradition annexed my I as nothing but a word used when referring to myself, said Prof Vasi van Deventer in his inaugural lecture. Read more

It takes a village to raise a child but the village is ruined

All people are in need of care at some point in their life. Although families used to provide this in all societies, the divisions between family and work life have led to new care arrangements, said Prof Marlize Rabe in her inaugural lecture. Read more

Age of anger in international relations

As US President Trump effectively threatens North Korea with nuclear war on Twitter, Prof Jo-Ansie van Wyk's inaugural lecture highlights the practice of rage-craft by angry states and their leaders. Read more