Unisa Warns Of System Instability



South Africa’s largest distance learning intuition is warning its students of challenges with the primary system used in their studies. This could cause frustration for students as the system has several functions needed for their academic progression.




The University of South Africa (Unisa) has warned its students of system instability with their myModules platform. The system instability has persisted since the first week of August 2022.

Unisa assured students that they are working on finding a permanent solution to the issues. While the university works to find a solution, students may experience slow perforce on the myModules platform and system instability issues.

“We apologise for the instability of myModules 2022 since Sunday 7 August. Users may be experiencing slow performance and system instability issues. We are working on a permanent solution,” explained the University.

The myModules application allows Unisa students access to their courses at a time and place that is convenient for them. The application also provides students with course overviews,  latest badges, calendar events, upcoming events and messages

When the myModule application is enabled on a student's device,  they can receive automatic alerts on new assignments and deadlines, forum posts, and send private messages to one another.

On myModules, students can access their marks, a site blog which provides them with the latest updates, files, tags and easy access to the myModules website.

Click Here To Learn How To Use The Unisa myModules Application




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