Spotlights

  • Vulnerability and Indigence Assessment in South Africa. A Civil Society Emergency Response to COVID-19: A South African Women in Dialogue (SAWID) Transdisciplinary Study

    SAWID releases a ground-breaking study

    Spotlight

    This  (SAWID) Transdisciplinary Study is accompanied by a 16-page Executive Summary and a 58-page Annotated Bibliography, and spans six chapters.
    Chapter One 
    gives the contextual background of the transdisciplinary study convened by SAWID in response to COVID-19 emergency facing the vulnerable and indigent in South Africa. The Chapter highlights the stark adverse health challenge from a global and continental manifestation of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a cursory dipstick into South Africa as a point of departure. Through a short synopsis, the Chapter...

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  • Corporate Governance in Zimbabwe's Public Entities: Comparisons with South Africa and Australia

    Corporate Governance in Zimbabwe's Public Entities

    Spotlight

    The role of public entities is crucial within the economies of developing and developed countries. They facilitate economic growth and sustainable development, help to attract global investment capital, while aiding to maintain economic stability and to stimulate economic growth. As business environments change, boards of directors form a vital solid buffer by ensuring good corporate governance.

    Corporate Governance in Zimbabwe's Public Entities breaks new ground by focusing on the governance and effectiveness of boards of directors in public enterprises in Zimbabwe. Benchmarking...

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  • Escape from Lubumbashi: A refugee’s journey on foot to reunite her family

    Hiddingh-Currie Award for Academic Excellence

    Spotlight

    This book won Hiddingh-Currie Award for Academic Excellence, based on its unique contribution to scholarship The Unisa Press Committee unanomously agreed the book speaks to the hearts of readers with the true story of Adophine Misekabu, a refugee from Lubumbashi who had to flee her country and walk on foot to South Africa to be re-united with her family.

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Mediating Open & Distance e-Learning in the Advent of Global Crises

Moeketsi Letseka (ed), Jennifer Roberts (ed), Akintolu Morakinyo (ed), Jennifer Roberts (ed)
November 27, 2023

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The Faces and Phases of Inkosi Albert Luthuli: Reflections

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photographic rendering of copper wired representation of a world globe shape on a wine red background, with title wording and names of editors at bottom

Mediating Open & Distance e-Learning in the Advent of Global Crises

Moeketsi Letseka (ed), Jennifer Roberts (ed), Akintolu Morakinyo (ed), Jennifer Roberts (ed)
November 27, 2023

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