Unisa extends registration deadline in the wake of union protests
The University of South Africa (Unisa) has moved registration deadline from 24 January to 1 February 2020.
This follows a strike action by unions over wages.
Unisa is offering unions 7% and unions are demanding a 7% increase.
Clement Manyathela speaks to Unisa acting director of communications Lusani Netshitomboni about the way forward.
The registration date has been moved to the 1st of February.Lusani Netshitomboni, Acting director of communications - Unisa
We have sent a communication to all students and prospective students, if they have not received it, they will receive communication by later today.Lusani Netshitomboni, Acting director of communications - Unisa
We encourage our students to register online if they encounter problems at the campuses.Lusani Netshitomboni, Acting director of communications - Unisa
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