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  2. University of South Africa - Wikipedia

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    In 1946, UNISA was given a new role as a distance education university, and today it offers certificate, diploma and degree courses up to doctoral level. In January 2004, Unisa merged with Technikon Southern Africa (Technikon SA, a polytechnic) and incorporated the distance education component of Vista University (VUDEC).

  3. Mathematics education in Australia - Wikipedia

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    The calculus is only a single variable in all of year 12 mathematics in NSW. Computational methods such as the trapezoidal rule are encountered for evaluating integrals. The course includes a brief foray into series and sequences, including an application to basic finance through the modelling of compound interest.

  4. Kader Asmal - Wikipedia

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    While at Darnall, he registered for a bachelor's degree by correspondence in English, politics, and history at UNISA. In 1959, Asmal qualified as a teacher and moved to London, where he enrolled at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Political career. Asmal was the founder of the Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement.

  5. Julius Malema - Wikipedia

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    In 2010, he completed a two-year diploma in youth development through the University of South Africa (UNISA). In 2011, he enrolled at UNISA for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and African Languages, and graduated in March 2016. In 2017, he obtained a BA (Honours) in Philosophy from UNISA.

  6. Thabo Mbeki - Wikipedia

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    Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki (Xhosa: [tʰaɓɔ mbɛːkʼi]; born 25 June 1942) is a South African politician who was the second president of South Africa from 14 June 1999 to 24 September 2008, when he resigned at the request of his party, the African National Congress (ANC).