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Rory Pilossof
Rory Pilossof is a Post-doctoral Fellow with the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies, University of Pretoria.
Unfinished Business: Democracy in Namibia
edited by Bryan M. Sims, Monica Koep
Monica Koep
Monica Koep currently practises as a democracy and governance consultant, having previously worked as a senior advisor to the Director General of the National ...
Bryan M. Sims
Bryan M. Sims is an analyst with the States in Transition Observatory (SITO) unit at Idasa. He previously worked for the National Endowment for Democracy ...
Me and My Cell Phone
And Other Essays On Technology In Everyday Life - by Crystal Powell
Mirjam de Bruijn, Professor and Senior Researcher African Studies, Leiden University, the Netherlands
Pradip Thomas, Associate Professor, Centre for Communication & Social Change, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Crystal Powell
Crystal Powell is a doctoral student in the department of Social Anthropology at the University of Cape Town. She is exploring the role of new ...
The Unbearable Whiteness of Being
Farmers' Voices from Zimbabwe - by Rory Pilossof
A Fine Balance
Assessing the Quality of Governance in Botswana - edited by Karin Alexander, Gape Kaboyakgosi
Karin Alexander
Karin Alexander runs Idasa’s strategic team on Measuring and Monitoring Democracy and is a member of the Ibrahim Index on African Governance Advisory Council. ...
Gape Kaboyakgosi
Gape Kaboyakgosi holds a doctorate in Public Policy from the Australian National University, Canberra, where he specialised in the field of regulation. He is ...
Everyday Literacies in Africa
Ethnographic Studies of Literacy and Numeracy Practices in Ethiopia - by Alemayehu Hailu Gebre, Alan Rogers, Brian Street, George Openjuru
George Openjuru
George Openjuru has a PhD in Adult Literacy Education from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) in South Africa. He is a Lecturer and Acting Head, ...
Brian Street
Brian Street is Professor of Language in Education at King’s College, London University and Visiting Professor of Education in the Graduate School of ...
Alan Rogers
Alan Rogers is an adult educator based in the UK; he is Special Professor at the University of Nottingham and Honorary Professor at the University ...
Understanding Policy Domains their Salient Forces and Organisational Challenges
by Tapera O. Chirawu
Alemayehu Hailu Gebre
Alemayehu Hailu Gebre, Director of the Adult and Nonformal Education Association in Ethiopia (ANFEAE) has many years experience in adult learning and project ...
Dr Lesley Blauuw, University of Namibia Department of Political and Administrative Studies
Tapera O. Chirawu
Tapera O. Chirawu holds a PhD from Howard University in the USA. He taught African politics and history in the USA, worked in government in ...
My Brother, My Sister
by Bill F. NDI, Loretta Burns
Bare and Breaking
by Karin Schimke
Loretta Burns
Loretta Burns is professor of English and department head at Tuskegee University. An Alabama native, she received her bachelor’s degree from Tuskegee, her M.A. ...
Leon De Kock, Author
Malika Ndlovu, Author
Finuala Dowling, Author
Karin Schimke
Karin Schimke is a widely published journalist and columnist, and the Cape Times books editor. She also works as a writing tutor and mentor, an ...
Brinsley Sakyema, University of Cape Coast , Ghana
Detective Fiction and The African Scene
From The Whodunit? To The Whydunit? - by Linus Asong
Labour Law in Namibia
by Collins Parker