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    • Armstrong, Chris; De Beer, Jeremy (2010-07-02)
      The emergence of the Internet and the digital world has changed the way people access, produce and share information and knowledge. Yet people in Africa face challenges in accessing scholarly publications, journals and ...
    • Chirwa, Danwood; Nijzink, Lia (2012-03-01)
      In the early 1990s, a wave of democratisation swept the African continents, resulting in a flurry of constitution-making and constitutional revision. Two decades later, leading experts in the fields of public law, political ...
    • Adhikari, Mohamed (2009)
      Since its emergence in the late 19th century, coloured identity has been pivotal to racial thinking in southern Africa. The nature of colouredness is a highly emotive and controversial issue as it embodies many of the ...
    • Thomson, Jennifer (2013-05-15)
      Jennifer Thomson, one of the world’s leading scientific advisors on genetic engineering, traces through anecdote and science the development of a hotly contended area of research, from the dawn of genetic engineering in ...
    • Ross, Fiona (2009)
      The Cape Flats, a windswept, barren and sandy area which rings Cape Town, is home to more than a million people. Many live here in sprawling shack settlements. The post-apartheid state is attempting to eradicate such ...
    • Delmas, Adrien; Penn, Nigel (2011)
      There is very little in the modern literature on the history of written culture that describes the specific practices related to writing that were anchored in colonial contexts. It was not just ships, soldiers, missionaries ...
    • Ward, Cathy; Dawes, Andrew (2012-01-30)
      Youth violence: sources and solutions in South Africa thoroughly and carefully reviews the evidence for risk and protective factors that influence the likelihood of young people acting aggressively. Layers of understanding ...