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AISA Research Reports

1.    Introduction

AISA is an organ of state entrusted
with the  mandate to conduct research on African Affairs in terms of the Africa
Institute of South Africa Act 68 of 2001.
AISA’s
current research agenda premised on African continental integration expires at
the end of the 2010/11 financial year, which has necessitated the drafting of
this new plan.
The programmes in the current
5-Year Plan derive from  priorities of the South African government which are
informed by  broader development challenges on the African continent. These
challenges deal, amongst others , with issues of poverty, democratization,  sustainable
development, environmental conservation, and safety and security.

By focusing on these challenges over
the next five years, AISA will be giving meaning to its vision of being an
indispensable African voice on African affairs and to its mission of producing
relevant research products aimed at promoting sustainable political and
socio-economic development in Africa.  AISA’s research output will definitely
seek to contribute directly and indirectly to the sustained development of
various communities in South Africa.  The research agenda will however be based
on the idea that the development challenges and prospects of South Africa
constitute an integral part of the broader development processes of the African
continent.   A relational perspective will therefore constitute the overarching
framework for the research activities of the various units at AISA. The
research activities will be aimed at influencing policy formulation and
implementation processes at the national, regional and continental levels.

 

2.    Business
Environmental Analyses

 

External and
internal factors affecting the business of AISA have been identified, following
the 2010 Institutional Review. External factors include :

·
Competition
from other organizations focusing on Africa, both in the republicand globally,
e.g. universities, research consultancies and non-governmental
organizations;

·
Insufficient
visibility within the RSA; and

·
The
necessity to create varied sources of funding to augment the parliamentary
grant
.

 

 Internal
factors include the following:

  • Insufficient
    attractiveness of AISA as an employer as portrayed by the relatively
    significant staff attrition rate and difficulty in attracting high quality
    researchers;
  • Limited
    resources;
  • Inadequate
    positive team dynamics  among staff; and
  • Management
    challenges.

 

The above challenges facing AISA will
be addressed by:

·
Clearly
delineating AISA’s niche as dictated by its legislative mandate and location
within the Department of Science and Technology;

·
Implementing
recommendations cited in the 2010 Institutional Review relating to improving
research capacity, funding from government, co-operation with like-minded
institutions and good management;

·
Developing
a clear communication and marketing strategy that will ensure that AISA’s
products and services are visible and attractive to its stakeholders and widely
accessible to policy-makers and broader society; and

·
Clearly
identifying what other similar research and governmental organizations are
contributing to the broader community and their stakeholders, and signing MoUs
with such institutions to have a better impact from partnerships.

 

Strategic
Objectives and alignment to Shareholder needs

The strategic
objectives of AISA have been developed in line with its vision, mission and
strategic thrusts as dictated by its mandate.  They provide a basis for the
formulation of detailed programmes, projects and initiatives.  The following
are the strategic objectives of AISA:

1.       Generate
and encourage knowledge production and dissemination on African Affairs;

2.
Improve stakeholder relations and
partnerships;

3.
Mobilise resources  to augment the
parliamentary grant;

4.
Increase the pool and quality of
researchers on African affairs;

5.
Encourage staff to improve their
scientific qualifications; and

6.       Induce
a performance and development culture.

 

The key drivers of the  strategic
objectiveis infra are as follows:

·
The
South African government priorities (2009-2015) on education, employment
creation, health, rural development and safety and security are addressed
through undertaking research on the above thematic priorities, which
coincidentally address challenges common to all African states.

·
The
vision of the AU which seeks
“the actualisation of human dignity,
development and prosperity for the entire African people …anchored on a
vision of an integrated prosperous and peaceful Africa … driven and managed by
its own citizens… and representing a dynamic force in the international arena”.

 

·
Seeking
better ratings for virtually all African countries on the Human Development
Report (which measures the quality of life in different nations) of the United
Nations Development Programme, where they virtually make up the last 30 odd
countries.

Alignment of the AISA Strategy to the Ten Year Strategic Plan of the
Department of Science and Technology (DST)

A quick cross
reference between  AISA’s identified objectives and the Ten year Strategic Plan
of DST, reveals a pleasing alignment between the two. DST expects the following
from AISA:

     Research
on African affairs;

     Analysis
of impact and linkages of science and technology to the human and social dynamics
grand challenge in the DST plan and;

     Identification
of effective decision support systems and tools.

 

3.       Critical
Success Factors

“The composite
package of the way an organisation understands, manages and communicates all
contribute to its eventual success or failure. An organisation’s critical
success factors are the resources and capabilities needed to efficiently and
effectively deliver its strategy. There are a few fundamentals that must be in
place, particularly at the highest level of the organisation. If these are
established at the level of senior management, then there is a good chance that
the same good practice will be cascaded to the operational levels”. The
fundamentals for AISA are:

·
Understanding the needs of
stakeholders and customers

·
Effective internal and external
communication

·
Strategy ownership by governance
structures and senior management

·
Strategic resource allocation and
utilization

·
Appropriate structure to delivery on
strategy

·
Strategic management, including
performance management, monitoring, evaluation and reporting

·
Relevant internal culture and value
system.

 

The research
agenda is entitled “seeking solutions for Africa’s developmental challenges”.

 

Related broad
thematic priorities, which address challenges common to all African states,
are:

a)       Engendering
developmental states in Africa: concentrating on improvement of public
services, health care, access to quality education, poverty reduction and
governance issues. AISA will determine the role and effectiveness of governance
and democracy in Africa with special focus on service delivery,  observation of
elections, sustainable health care models that impact on the life expectancy of
Africans and also undertake comparative analyses of systems of education across
Africa with the aim of determining states’ inputs and benefits from such human
capital development programmes.
AISA will also monitor the
effectiveness and impact of African multilateral and global governance regimes.
including South-South linkages, IBSA, BRICS and South Africa’s role in G20 and
other international bodies relevant to African Affairs.

b)      Building
cohesive and sustainable communities void of conflict, crime and corruption:
AISA will conduct comparative studies on safety and security programmes, the
impact of migration and human interaction in Africa amongst others to
determine how these affect socio-economic development approaches and policies
across Africa  to derive lessons from those models that are successful, so
countries and sub-regions and learn from each other. o emulate the impact of
migration and human interaction in Africa  and determine how these affect
socio-economic development. These challenges are faced by all African states
due to internal political instability or from  neighbouring countries and has
resulted, in most cas
es, in internal conflicts, refugees,
xenophobia, massive destruction of infrastructure, dysfunctional societies and post-conflict
reconciliation and reconstruction challenges. The question is how if at all can
these conflicts and their negative aftermaths be reduced or prevented?

c)       Sustainable
resource management and use, rural development, food security and land reform:
AISA
will
investigate the agricultural policies
and strategies used across the continent so
as to determine technology
interventions that will improve food security, investigate natural resource
management in Africa (green economy, renewable energy) and positively impact on
economic growth and sustainable livelihoods. Lessons will benefit all African
states battling with management of natural resources, which is linked to the
economic growth of every nation. The extent to which political, economic,
social and technological (PEST) sustainability underpins development planning
across Africa will be tested.

 

Implementation Strategy

The new
research agenda will be approached through long-term projects  clearly related
to AISA’s mandate. This will be achieved through the following:


i.
Identifying relevant research programmes
and projects through a consultative process among AISA researchers and
stakeholders where apropos.


ii.
Defining
clear objectives and scope of research projects within the ambit of the
research agenda and the niche that each project addresses.

      iii.
Performing
annual reviews of research programmes.


iv.
Performing
an impact analysis to measure AISA’s work in relation to the adopted agenda
after each five-year cycle of research.

 

4.       Key
Result Areas

 

The consultative process generated a set of Key
Result Areas for each strategic objective. This section reflects in some detail
the areas within which  AISA will deliver and from which it will derive its
business and operational plans. These will then be cascaded down to the level
of programmes, and sub-programmes or project to ensure that the outputs are
aligned to the new objectives.

 

A Programme is
a grouping of projects contributing towards a specific theme of relevance to a
strategy and has timeframes.

 

A
Project
  (sub-programme) is a grouping of
multidisciplinary activities, which collectively contribute towards a balanced
portfolio of research and development on a specific challenge within a
strategy. Projects also have timeframes.

Also of
importance will be the key outputs, performance indicators, budget and
programme review dates when delivery will be monitored and targets adjusted.

For the next five years research at
AISA will be guided by the following programmes:

·
Governance and Democracy

·
Peace and Security

·
Sustainable development

·
Science and Technology for human
development

·
Knowledge Transfer and Skills
development

In each of the
these programmes there will be specific projects with timelines ranging from
2-5 years as shown in Table 1.

 

 



Table
1: Projects within Programmes for 2011 – 2015

Programmes

 

Governance
and Democracy

Peace and Security

Sustainable Development

Science
and Technology

Knowledge
Transfer and Skills Development

PROJECTS

Elections and Democratization in Africa.

Fragile states and human security in Algeria,
Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania,
Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, North and South Sudan
and Zimbabwe.

Impacts
of climate change on agricultural  production in Africa and its islands
(South Africa, Tanzania, Senegal, Algeria and Comoros).

Investigating
the influence of hazard analysis for critical control points in Africa
(focus will be given to SADC, East Africa and West Africa).

An
investigation of the African centred content and curriculum in  education
policies and teaching in universities, secondary and primary schools since
1994 in South Africa; a comparative study with experiences in Ghana, Senegal,
Mali, Mozambique and Egypt.

Good
governance and national productivity in Africa: In partnership with the Department
of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs,  University of Rutgers and
University of Texas.

Violent
conflict and peace building practice in    Algeria, Burundi, DRC, Egypt,
Ivory Coast, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra
Leone, Somalia, South Africa, North and South Sudan and Zimbabwe.  

Fishing,
Livestock and Forestry activities in the Lake Chad Basin, Great Lakes and the
Okavango Basin.

Geographical
information systems

-this
is going to be a continuous activity that collates and generates data used in
maps, Africa at a Glance and Africa A_Z.

The
project will cover the whole of Africa.  Tools to be used include:

·
Geoportal

·
GIS

·
Spatial
analysis.

Challenges
towards research in African universities in South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria,
Egypt and Cameroon.

 

Global
Institutional Arrangements : FOCAC, AU-EU Joint initiatives, AGOA, BRICS, and
Brazil, India -Africa institutional impact on African infrastructural growth
and industrialization.

Gender,
HIV/AIDS and conflict. In Algeria, Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Liberia,
Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South
Africa, North and South Sudan and Zimbabwe.  

Pollutions
impacts assessments of agricultural plantations and industrial parks  in South
Africa ,Swaziland., Liberia, Nigeria, Ghana and Zambia.

Climate
change monitoring

This
will entail monitoring of ecosystem transformation  and its influence on
African economies.
Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, and Tanzania.

Entrepreneurial
development as part of human capital development for the economic
development: case studies in South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Tanzania and
Zambia.

SADC
and SACU as instruments of regional integration  : how is this dichotomy to
be managed?

 

Indigenous
rights, minority rights, and development in Kenya and Uganda

Human
rights and development in Tanzania and Madagascar: A comparative analysis.

Climate
change monitoring

This
will entail investigating resource conservation and management

South
Africa, Angola, DRC, Chad and Cameroon.

 

 

 

 

Human
rights and development in Tanzania and Madagascar: A comparative analysis.

 

Climate
change monitoring

This
will entail mapping urban food supply and distribution systems in Africa (South
Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia).

 

 

 

 

Energy
transition in Africa

Africa
Energy Fund
. This will entail developing a concept of
setting up the fund that will assist Africa to migrate from fossil fuel based
economies to renewable sources.

 

EXTERNAL
CONTRACTS

 

 

 

Standard Bank seminar series on

Kenya, Angola, Tanzania, Nigeria,
Russia, Brazil, China, South Africa, Uganda, Ghana.

 

NRF

 

 

 

 

AKILI NRF Projects:

Energy and system dynamics.

Managing the unknown in a complex
socio-ecological system in South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

 

BOOKS

Electoral
Book Project:  In partnership with United Nations Economic Commission for
Africa.

Achieving
peace from below: the role of civil society in conflict prevention and
peacebuilding.

 

Fishing,
Livestock and Forestry activities in the Lake Chad Basin, Great Lakes and the
Okavango Basin.

 

Energy
transition in Africa
.

(this
is a multi faceted book project that covers various issues related to
renewable energy in Africa.  Details of these are provided in the outline of
the book).

Challenges
to the South African education system.

Emerging
Powers and Corporate State Actors.  In  Partnership with UP.

Good
governance and national productivity in Africa.

From
confrontation to cooperation: responding to protracted social conflict.

Lamu
District and LAPSETT: development challenges.

Barriers
in climate change adaptation and implementation in SADC.

Excellence
and meritocracy in education.

Africa
in search  of alternatives to current governance models and practices: Book
Project.

Ethnicity,
nationality, citizenship and post-conflict reconstruction in
 Algeria,
Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania,
Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, North and South Sudan
and Zimbabwe.

Indigenous
and minority rights in Africa.  

 

Harmonization
of educational systems in the SADC region.

Africa’s
Response to the external intensified scramble for its resources.

Fellowships

Africa
and its Diapora; conference and book

Topic
to be determined

Topic
to be determined

Topic
to be determined

Education
for Africa: workshop and book.

OUPUTS
PER RESEARCHER

3Journal
Articles and 2 Policy Briefs per year

3 Journal
Articles and 2 Policy Briefs per year

3 Journal
Articles and 2 Policy Briefs per year

3 Journal
Articles and 3 Policy Briefs per year

3 Journal
Articles and 3 Policy Briefs per year

BOOKS
PER

PROGRAMME

2 Books over
5 years

2 books over
5 years

2 books over
5 years

2 books over
5 years

2 books over
5 years

Knowledge
dissemination and Sharing

2 Seminars from fieldwork and

participate in the Campus  Lecture Series
and AYGS.

Media presentations

2 seminars from fieldwork and

participate in the Campus  Lecture
Series and AYGS.

Media presentations

2 Seminars from Fieldwork and

participate in the Campus Lecture
Series and AYGS.

Media presentations

2 Seminars from fieldwork and

participate in the Campus  Lecture
Series and AYGS.

Media presentations

2 Seminars from fieldwork and

participate in the Campus  Lecture
Series and AYGS.

Media presentations



 Table
2: Programme Implementation Plan

Table
2a: Governance and Democracy in Africa:

Theme

Project

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Elections
and Strengthening of Governance and Democracy

Elections and Democratization in
Africa: In partnership with DIRCO

 

 

 

 

 

Electoral Book Project:  In
partnership with United Nations Economic Commission for Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governance
and Democracy in Africa

 

Good Governance and National
Productivity in Africa::
In partnership
with the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs,
University of Rutgers and University of Texas.

 

 

 

 

 

Good governance and national productivity
in Africa:
In partnership with the,  University
of Rutgers and University of Texas
. Book
Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

Africa in Search  of Alternatives to
Current Governance Models and Practices: Book Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

Africa’s Response to External
Intensified Scramble for its Resources: Book project

 

 

 

 

 

21st
Century Global Governance:

Global
Institutional Arrangements :
FOCAC, AU-EU Joint initiatives,
AGOA, and BRICS institutional impact on African Infrastructural growth and
industrialization. 

 

 

 

 

 

Emerging
Powers and Corporate State Actors.  Book project in conjunction with the
Department of Political Science, University of Pretoria

 

 

 

 

 

South
Africa’s foreign policy .

Southern
African Development Community and Southern African Customs Union as drivers
of regional integration
: how is this
dichotomy to be managed?

 

 

 

 

 

Table
2b: Peace and Security in Africa:

Theme

Project

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Sustainable
peace and security

Fragile
states and human security in   Algeria, Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ivory Coast,
Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone,
Somalia, South Africa, North and South Sudan and Zimbabwe.

 

 

 

 

 

Violent
conflict and peace building practice in Algeria, Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ivory
Coast, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone,
Somalia, South Africa, North and South Sudan and Zimbabwe Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

Gender,
HIV/AIDS and conflict  in Algeria, Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Liberia,
Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South
Africa, North and South Sudan and Zimbabwe.

 

 

 

 

 

Book
Project – Achieving peace from below
the role of civil society in
conflict prevention and peacebuilding.

:

 

 

 

 

 

Ethnicity,
nationality, citizenship and post-conflict reconstruction in  
Algeria,
Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania,
Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, North and South Sudan
and Zimbabwe .
Book Project

 

 

 

 

 

From
confrontation to cooperation: Responding to protracted social conflict. Book
Project 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Table
2c: Sustainable Development in Africa:

Theme

Project

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Natural resources development

 

Impacts of climate change on agricultural
 production in Africa and small islands (South Africa, Tanzania,
Senegal, Algeria and Comoros).

 

 

 

 

 

 Fishing,
Livestock and Forestry activities
in the Lake
Chad Basin, Great Lakes and the Okavango Basin; Book Project

 

 

 

 

 

 Human Development .

 

Lamu District and LAPSETT:
development challenges  Book Project

 

 

 

 

 

 Pollutions impacts assessments of
agricultural plantations and industrial parks  in South Africa ,Swaziland.,
Liberia, Nigeria, Ghana and Zambia.

 

 

 

 

 

Indigenous and minority rights in
Africa Book Project 

 

 

 

 

 

Indigenous
rights, minority rights, and development in Kenya and Uganda

 

 

 

 

 

Human
rights and development in Tanzania and Madagascar: A comparative analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table
2d: Science and Technology for Human Development:

Theme

Project

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Standardisation

·
Investigating
the influence of hazard analysis for critical control point in Africa  (focus
will be in SADC, East Africa and West Africa)

 

 

 

 

 

Geo-Information
Systems

This
will be a continuous activity that collate and generate data used in maps,
Africa at a glance and Africa A_Z, no specific region can be provided as the
project covers that whole of Africa. Following tools will be used:

·
GIS

·
Modelling
and Statistical Analysis

·
Geoportal

·
Spatial
analysis

 

 

 

 

 

Green
Economy

·
Monitoring
of ecosystem transformation and its influence on African economies.

(Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa and Tanzania).

·
Investigating
resource conservation and management in Africa

(South
Africa, Angola, DRC, Chad and Cameroon).

 

 

 

 

 

·
Energy
transition in Africa.

(this
is a multi faceted book project that covers various issues.  All these are
provided in the outline of the book).

 

 

 

 

 

·
Barriers in climate change
adaptation and implementation in SADC.

 

 

 

 

 

·
Energy Fund in Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

·
Urban food supply and distribution
systems in Africa (South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia).

 

 

 

 

 

External Contracts

(Standard Bank)

·
Seminar
series on

Kenya,
Angola, Tanzania, Nigeria, Russia, Brazil, China, South Africa, Uganda and Ghana
(detailed plan is provided in the programme)

 

 

 

 

 

NRF (AKILI)

·
Energy and system dynamics in South
Africa

 

 

 

 

 

·
Managing the unknown in a complex
socio-ecological system in South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table
2e: Knowledge Transfer and Skills Development:

Theme

Project

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

African Centred Education

 

An investigation of the African Centred
content and curriculum in  e
ducation policies and
teaching
in Universities,
Secondary and Primary
Schools since
1994 in South Africa. a comparative study with e
xperiences
in Ghana, Senegal, Mali,
Tanzania, Mozambique
and Egypt
.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Human capital development

Challenges
towards research in African universities in countries such as South Africa,
Kenya, Nigeria and Cameroon.

 

 

 

 

 

Entrepreneurial
development as part of human capital development for the economic
development: case studies in South Africa Egypt, Nigeria, Tanzania and
Zambia. 

 

 

 

 

 

 Challenges
to the South African education system. Book Project
.

 

 

 

 

 

Excellence
and meritocracy in education:
Book Project.

 

 

 

 

 

Harmonization
of educational systems in the SADC region:
Book
Project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 3: Projected Outputs

x =Outputs will change depending on
number of researchers per year. Y =Multi-authored books are not likely to be
completed in a year.

No.

Rank

Activity

Expected
output as per Strategic Plan

Output
2011

2012x

2013

2014

2015

15

Researchers

Fieldwork

20
Journal Articles (JA) and 12 Policy Briefs(PB)

32
publications (20JA+12PBs)

As
defined in 2011

As
defined in 2011

As
defined in 2011

As
defined in 2011

6

Fellows

Write
books, resource mobilization and organize conference

I
Fellow per Unit+ Director’s Office

24
Chapters

 

24
Chapters

24
Chapters

24
Chapters

24
Chapters

15

Researchers

International
conferences

7
conferences

7
proceedings

8Proc

8
Proc

9
Proc

9
Proc

15

Researchers

National
conferences/seminars

7
conferences/seminars

7
seminar reports

 as
defined in 2011

 as
defined in 2011

.
as defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

6

Internships

Write
Policy Briefs/Journal Articles, attend conferences/workshops/seminars

Average
2 publications

12
publications

(12
PBs or 6 Journal Aricles

(12
PBs) or 6 JAs

(12
PBs) or 6 JAs

(12
PBs) or 6 JAs

(12
PBs) or 6 JAs

15

All researchers

Knowledge
production activities:

Campus
Lecture Series

Archie
Mafeje Memorial Lecture

Special
seminars

1
Seminar from field/researcher +1Seminar for Campus Lecture Series

20
seminars

20
Seminars

20
Seminars

20
Seminars

20
Seminars

2
monographs from  the Archie Mafeje Lecture

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

4
Visibility /Website Quarterly reports +45 Media appearance(Radio, Print, TV, visible
community project)

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

 

All

AYGS

Participation

10
occasional papers/monographs/Journal Articles

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

as
defined in 2011

 

All

Networking

Participation

Reports

 

 

 

 

2

Administrators

Divisional
administration

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

97
(91 if interns produce JAs instead of Policy Briefs)  Publications including book
chapters and 4 quarterly reports loaded on website). +45 media appearances
+20 seminars 

See
2011

See
2011

See
2011

See
2011

Table 4: Budget

No.

Activity

Cost per Unit/Activity

Expected Output

Budget 2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

20

Fieldwork

@ R100,000,00

32 Publications /year

R2,000,000.00

6% adjustment

6%

6%

6%

 

6

Fellows: Book Chapter Commissioning

@R160,000,00

24 Chapters

R1.140,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

20

International conferences

@R35, 000,00

10 Proceedings

R700,000.00

 

 

 

 

20

National conferences

@R15,000,00

Seminars and AISA visibility +media appearances

R300,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Internships

@R354,000,00

12 Policy Briefs or 6 Journal Articles

R2,124,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Campus Lectures

Knowledge Production activities

Seminars

R615,000.00

 

 

 

 

9

Archie Mafeje Memorial Lecture

Monograph

R360,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special seminars

Visibility/website

 

 

 

 

 

 

AYGS

 

 

R369,000,00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Networking

 

 

R260,000,00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Administration costs

 

 

R184,000,00

 

 

 

 

*TOTAL

 

 

*R7,033,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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