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Africa Insight is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of the Africa Institute of South Africa. It is accredited by the South African National Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) and is indexed in the International Bibliography of Social Science (IBSS). It is a multi-disciplinary journal primarily focusing on African Affairs.


Vol 49, No 1 (2019)

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Articles

Solving local needs through innovation: small and medium enterprises in Harare, Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tarisai Kudakwashe Manyati, Morgen Mutsau 1-16
Decreasing reliance of indigenous knowledge systems in rural households; the case of Khambashe, Eastern Cape, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tendayi C. Garutsa, Fhulu Nekhwevha 17-36
The exclusion of black men in South African gender discourses; rethinking gender, patriarchy and male privilege EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Beatrice Dube 37-51
Proud to be an African EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Erna Oliver, Willem Oliver 52-67
The turbulent political history of Zanzibar and its impact on contemporary conflict and reconciliation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nicodemus Minde, Sterling Roop, Kjetil Tronvoll 68-82
Criminalisation of adultery in Cameroon: evaluation from group rights perspective EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mikano Emmanuel Kiye 83-96
Revisiting regional integration in Africa: towards a pan-African developmental regional integration EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Vusi Gumede 97-111
A (re)-conceptualisation of Afrocentrism African subjectivity EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christopher Babatunde Ogunyemi 112-121
Accountability of non-governmental organisations in poverty alleviation programmes EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Elvin Shava 122-136
Book Review: Perspectives on the Right to Development EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Isaac Shai 137-141


ISSN: 1995-641X
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