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Beyond morality: Assessment of the capacity of faith-based organizations (FBOS) in responding to the HIV/AIDS challenge in Southeastern Nigeria
(Tehran University of Medical Sciences, 2018)
BACKGROUND: For the world can get rid of the HIV/AIDS pandemic by 2030, there is need for more to be done especially in the case of countries in Africa. In Nigeria, such efforts have included Faith-Based Organizations ...
Reflections on the passing of Prof Bongani Mayosi: Universities and the burden of history
(SUN journals, 2018)
Our heartfelt condolences to the family of Prof Bongani Mayosi. We begin by acknowledging that the condition of depression stalks societies, it silently chips away at the soul and identity of an individual. And, when tragedy ...
Remembering Marikana: public art intervention and the right to the city in Cape Town
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
This article investigates the role played by cultural initiatives in urban struggles in South Africa, and the emergence of public art to assert the right to the city. I explore how artistic– activist interventions engage ...
Dissent, disruption, decolonization: South African student protests 1968 to 2016
(Center for Economic Research and Social Change, 2018)
Fifty years after student protests shook much of the Cold War world, in the “West” and in the “East,” “Global 1968” has become the catchword to describe these profound generational revolts. We hear a lot about West Berlin, ...
Changing urbanscapes: Colonial and postcolonial monuments in Windhoek
(Nordic Journal of African Studies, 2018)
This article investigates how recently-constructed sites that anchor memories of anti-colonial resistance and national liberation have changed the urban landscape of the Namibian capital, Windhoek. The discussion is ...