• Critically diverse perspectives on Covid-19: Interviews with a varied range of South Africans

    Critically diverse perspectives on Covid-19


    July 2023: open access book: Unisa Press releases a set of essays on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is in proud partnership with the National Institute of the Humanities and Social Sciences(NIHSS).

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  • Digital Commerce Governance in the Era of Fourth Industrial Revolution in South Africa

    Digital Commerce Governance in the Era of Fourth Industrial Revolution in South Africa


    Seasoned author Prof Rabelani Dagada explores the demands of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on digital commerce, specifically for the South African and African environment.

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

    Hiddingh-Currie Award for Academic Excellence


    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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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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