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Periodical articleMashinini, M.J. and Lotriet, H.H. (2011)
See this documentTowards understanding the contextual role of traditional leadership in the establishment of cyber communities amongst rural people in South Africa: the case of Dr J.S. Moroka municipality
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 55-70.

Periodical articleAmoateng, Acheampong Yaw and Kalule-Sabiti, Ishmael (2011)
See this documentLocal governance and spatial distribution of resources: the need to harness traditional leadership for service delivery in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 36-54.

Periodical articleNhamo, Godwell (2011)
See this documentSouth Africa in climate negotiations: challenges from Copenhagen via Cancún to Durban 9/12
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 5-35.

Periodical articleAdams, Rachel Nyaradzo (2011)
See this documentAfrica unknown: addressing the effects of an alienating education amongst learners in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 149-162.

Periodical articleMogale, Ramadimetja Shirley (2011)
See this documentRe-membering my ways of knowing and learning while 'learning otherwise'
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 141-148.

Periodical articleParker, Saahier and Vlotman, Natalie (2011)
See this documentAfrican research and development surveys: highlights from the South African success story
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 121-140.

Periodical articleIsrael, Hilda (2011)
See this documentI am an African, I speak an African language: cultural dimensions of African development and learning from others
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 107-120.

Periodical articleNdayi, Zoleka (2011)
See this documentIn quest of regional integration in Africa: can the AU/NEPAD reconcile economic plurilateralism with developmental regionalism?
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 78-93.

Periodical articleNgara, Shingai (2011)
See this documentBennu: Africa innovating itself out of underdevelopment
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 60-77.

Periodical articleSinclair, Ingrid and Matlala, Mpho (2011)
See this documentThe use of technology and leadership in enhancing strategic cooperative policing within the SADC region
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 47-59.

Periodical articleIjeoma, Edwin Chikata (2011)
See this documentGlobalisation vs. public ethics: an African perspective
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 35-46.

Periodical articleTeffo, Lesiba (2011)
See this documentEpistemic pluralism for knowledge transformation
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 24-34.

Periodical articleNgambi, Hellicy (2011)
See this documentRARE leadership: an alternative leadership approach for Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 6-23.

Periodical issueTaha, Fadwa Rahman Ali (ed.) (2010)
See this document[Sudan]
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 5 #1. p. 1-224.

Periodical articleWasamba, Peter (2009)
See this documentFieldwork in a conflicted society: a contemporary researcher's ethical dilemma
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 193-204.

Periodical articleHarris, Leonard (2009)
See this documentCosmopolitanism and the African Renaissance: Pixley I. Seme and Alain L. Locke
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 181-192.

Periodical articleHoppers, Catherine A. Odora (2009)
See this documentFrom bandit colonialism to the modern triage society: towards a moral and cognitive reconstruction of knowledge and citizenship
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 168-180.

Periodical articleCampbell, Horace G. (2009)
See this documentReconstruction and reparations: lessons from China and the Pan-African world
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 140-167.

Periodical articleNhamo, Godwell (2009)
See this documentClimate change: double-edged sword for African trade and development
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 117-139.

Periodical articleNkomo, Stella M. and Ngambi, Hellicy (2009)
See this documentAfrican women in leadership: current knowledge and a framework for future studies
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #1. p. 49-68.

Periodical articleShava, Soul (2009)
See this documentTraditional food crops as a source of community resilience in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #1. p. 31-48.

Periodical articleNtlama, Nomthandazo and Ndima, Dial Dayana (2009)
See this documentThe significance of South Africa's Traditional Courts Bill to the challenge of promoting African traditional justice systems
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 4 #1. p. 6-30.

Periodical articleMaserumule, Mashupye Herbert and Gutto, Shadrack B.O. (2008)
See this documentA critical understanding of good governance and leadership concepts written in the context of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) and the challenges to contextual discourse on Africa's development paradigms
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 63-101.

Periodical articleThomas, Christopher G. (2008)
See this document'Ubuntu': the missing link in the rights discourse in post-apartheid transformation in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 39-62.

Periodical articleVan Haute, Bernadette (2008)
See this documentAfrican tourist art as tradition and product of the postcolonial exotic
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 21-38.

Periodical articleRampedi, Isaac and Olivier, Jana (2008)
See this documentThe development path of rooibos tea: a review of patterns and lessons learnt for the commercialisation of other indigenous teas in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 5-20.

Periodical articleMboup, Samba Buri (2008)
See this documentConflicting leadership paradigms in Africa: a need for an African Renaissance perspective
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #1. p. 94-112.

Periodical articleJhazbhay, Iqbal (2008)
See this documentSomaliland's post-war reconstruction: rubble to rebuilding
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #1. p. 59-93.

Periodical articleKagwanja, Peter (2008)
See this documentCry sovereignty: South Africa and the UN Security Council in a hegemonic world, 2007-2008
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #1. p. 35-58.

Periodical articleCampbell, Horace (2008)
See this documentRemilitarisation of African societies: analysis of the planning behind proposed US Africa Command
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 3 #1. p. 6-34.

Periodical articleAkinola, Shittu Raimi (2007)
See this documentKnowledge generation, political action and African development: a polycentric approach
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #2. p. 217-238.

Periodical articleNkosi, Gugulethu (2007)
See this documentIndigenous African marriage and same-sex partnerships: conflicts and controversies
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #2. p. 200-216.

Periodical articleRambane, Daniel Thanyani and Mashige, Mashudu C. (2007)
See this documentThe role of mathematics and scientific thought in Africa: a Renaissance perspective
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #2. p. 183-199.

Periodical articleAugusto, Geri (2007)
See this documentKnowledge free and 'unfree': epistemic tensions in plant knowledge at the Cape in the 17th and 18th centuries
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #2. p. 136-182.

Periodical articleNkondo, Gessler Muxe (2007)
See this documentUbuntu as public policy in South Africa: a conceptual framework
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #1. p. 88-100.

Periodical articleBunwaree, Sheila (2007)
See this documentAfrican Renaissance: the need for gender-inclusive developmental States
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #1. p. 73-87.

Periodical articleOguejiofor, Josephat Obi (2007)
See this documentIn search of elusive humanity: philosophy in 159 years of Africa's independence
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #1. p. 58-72.

Periodical articleNabudere, Dani Wadada (2007)
See this documentCheikh Anta Diop: the social sciences, humanities, physical and natural sciences and transdisciplinarity
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 2 #1. p. 6-34.

Periodical articleGutto, Shadrack B.O. (2006)
See this documentTowards a new paradigm for pan-African knowledge production and application in the context of the African renaissance
International Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 1 #2. p. 306-323.

Periodical articleJobodwana, Z. Ntozintle (2006)
See this documentParticipation of African member states in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) multilateral trading system
International Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 1 #2. p. 244-264.

Periodical articleMbeki, Thabo (2006)
See this documentInaugural lecture of the South African parliamentary millennium Group: perspectives on Africa
International Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 1 #2. p. 233-243.

Periodical articleZeleza, Paul Tiyambe (2006)
See this documentThe disciplinary, interdisciplinary and global dimensions of African studies
International Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 1 #2. p. 195-220.

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