UNISA Websites Are Currently Unavailable

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UNISA has made students aware that all UNISA websites and the exam system are currently unavailable. This is affecting many students, including those who will be writing exams today. 

Unisa has said that it is working to make sure that all systems are back online. 

All exams that have been affected have been delayed until the system is available again.

All students must keep checking the system, the UNISA social media and their myLife accounts for updates.

The University apologised for the delay and inconvenience caused to all students and has tried to reassure students that the systems will be up as soon as possible. 

 

 

UNISA has now given an update that all exams that were scheduled for today will be rescheduled in the late afternoon.


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