Former UCT SRC Chairperson and CAS post graduate student, Ramabina Mahapa, joins the Land Question Debate on the silencing of the KhoiSan.
NRF Chair on Land Reform and Democracy, Professor Lungisile Ntsebeza, says that the unresolved land question in South Africa is a time bomb. An entirely different approach is required if democracy is to survive in our country.
Professor Lungisile Ntsebeza, Director and Holder of the A.C. Jordan Chair in African Studies and the NRF Research Chair in Land Reform and Democracy in South Africa, comments on the debate on land and expropriation.
Visiting researcher Susanne Holm produces video interpretation and photographic project as an interpretation of the CAS / Leiden project in 2017.
The International Mother Tongue Day Public Symposium is to be held on 24 February 2018 at the Iziko Slave Lodge Museum.
Dr June Bam-Hutchison presented on the commemoration of women at the Castle of Good Hope at the international symposium on ‘Gender, Symbolic Reparations and the Arts: Exploring and Disrupting Narratives of Gender Based Violence within Transitional Justice’, Cape Town, 7 – 9 February 2018.
BusinessDay reports: Lebo Mashile turns the story on its head with Design Indaba performances.
You are warmly invited to attend the book launch of Reconfigured Agrarian Relations in Zimbabwe by Toendepi Shonhe.
Post doctoral CAS Researcher Dr Toendepi Shonhe publishers Reconfigured Agrarian Relations in Zimbabwe
CAS says farewell to leading and long time African Studies scholar Prof Nick Shepherd.
South Korean scholar YoungJun Yang as Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for African Studies.
Recently, CAS hosted four fellows from Ghana and Nigeria as part of the American Council of Learned Societies Federation (ACLS).