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Unisa Free Courses, Unisa is offering free language lessons online. By taking these lessons, you will be able to learn various African languages. 

Unisa has a new innovation where they offer free language lessons. You can benefit greatly from these lesson and learn several African languages from the comfort of your home. This will enable you to learn some basic phrases in an African language with no fee attached. 

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The University has set the course up in a way which will see you systematically work through the vocabulary relevant to a particular theme. There is a video clip at the end of each theme which will teach you how to use the vocabulary you have learned. 

Which languages are available?

  • Northern Sotho
  • Tswana
  • Zulu
  • Southern Sotho
  • Xhosa

How do I sign up?

To sign up for these free lessons, you simply need to log onto the Unisa website, select the ‘Unisa Open’ tab and then the ‘OER @Unisa’ tab.  

Then click on ‘Learn to speak an African Language’ and choose from the list of available lessons. 

For more information, visit Unisa’s website here.

About Unisa

Unisa is the largest open distance learning institution in Africa and the longest standing dedicated distance education university in the world. They enrol nearly one-third of all South African students.

Founded in 1873 as the University of the Cape of Good Hope, the institution became the first public university in the world to teach exclusively by means of distance education in 1946. Throughout the years, Unisa was perhaps the only university in South Africa to have provided all people with access to education, irrespective of race, colour or creed. This vibrant past is mirrored in our rich history, more particularly our massive and impressive database of alumni, some of whom are to be found in the most senior levels of society across the world.

They offer an unparalleled range of study choices, ranging from short courses and certificate programmes to three-and four-year degrees and diplomas, close to 400 000 current students. As one of the leading research institutions on the continent, their research efforts have won them numerous awards, recognitions and honours.

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