In Loving Memory of Prof. Godfrey Sibonginkosi Mazibuko
PhD in Development Studies (UFS) Master of Administration (Unisa) Bachelor of Arts Honours (RAU/UJ) Bachelor of Administration (Unisa) Secondary Teachers Diploma (Sebokeng) Currently teaching Honours, Masters’ & Doctoral supervision
Fields of academic interests
Land Issues Global Political Economy Natural Resource Management Field of Specialisation Development Theory Development Planning
Reflections on Post-Apartheid South Africa, 2020, Staging Post, Auckland Park Quality access in ODL. Assuring institutional quality in open distance learning (ODL) in the developing contexts. Editor: Moeketsi Letseka. Nova Publishers. The meaning of African freedom and independence: The road from Rhodesia to Zimbabwe, in Nationalism and National Projects in Southern Africa: New Critical Reflections. Editors: Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni & Felix Ndlovu. Africa Institute of South Africa: Pretoria.
The Freedom Charter: the contested land issue in South Africa, Third World Quarterly, 2018. The Freedom Charter: South African contested land issue. Third World Quarterly. 38 (2). Speaking about South Africa’s economic development strategies: The theoretical and rhetorical limits of the modernist approaches. African Journal of Rhetoric, 6. Understanding underdevelopment through the sustainable livelihoods approach. Community Development, 44 (2).
Biomass energy: raising anew old paradigms and narratives in development. Sustainability and Development Conference. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 09-11 November 2018. The liberating ethos of the 1959 Status Campaign. Colloquium on Liberation, Memory and Contestation. University of Venda, Khoroni Hotel, Thohoyandou, 15-17 March 2017. Professional positions, fellowships & awards Member of the South African Development Studies Association (SADSA) Member of Council for the Development of Social Science Research (CODESRIA)