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Mandla Makhanya. Picture: Christiaan du Plessis
Mandla Makhanya. Picture: Christiaan du Plessis


Ten years ago, I was appointed vice-chancellor of Unisa. Inspired to lead with inclusivity in mind, I took up the baton from my predecessor, Professor Nyameko Barney Pityana, with vigour and excitement at the opportunity to take Unisa to even greater heights.

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