Browsing UP Executive Office by Type "Article"

Browsing UP Executive Office by Type "Article"

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  • Maluleke, Tinyiko Sam (Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA), 2015)
    Please read abstract in article.
  • Duncan, Norman; Van Niekerk, A.; De la Rey, Cheryl; Seedat, M.; Gobodo-Madikizela, P.; Simbayi, L.C.; Bhana, A. (South African Journal of Psychology, 1997)
    This 'article' serves as introduction to the Special Issue: black scholarship. As such, it outlines the various articles contained in, as well as the rationale for the issue. In this article the authors argue that ...
  • Barrett, Christopher B.; Benton, Tim G.; Cooper, Karen A.; Fanzo, Jessica; Gandhi, Rikin; Herrero, Mario; James, Steven; Kahn, Mark; Mason-D’Croz, Daniel; Mathys, Alexander; Nelson, Rebecca J.; Shen, Jianbo; Thornton, Philip; Bageant, Elizabeth; Fan, Shenggen; Mude, Andrew G.; Sibanda, Lindiwe Majele; Wood, Stephen (Nature Research, 2020-12)
    Coupling technological advances with sociocultural and policy changes can transform agri-food systems to address pressing climate, economic, environmental, health and social challenges. An international expert panel reports ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl; Ipser, Jonathan (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2004)
    A number of scholars during the 1980s and early 1990s questioned the relevance of psychology in South Africa. In this paper we characterise the nature of what became known as the ‘relevance debate’, and then investigate ...
  • Barrett, Christopher B.; Fanzo, Jessica; Herrero, Mario; Mason-D’Croz, Daniel; Mathys, Alexander; Thornton, Philip; Wood, Stephen; Benton, Tim G.; Fan, Shenggen; Lawson-Lartego, Late; Nelson, Rebecca; Shen, Jianbo; Sibanda, Lindiwe Majele (IOP Publishing, 2021-09-21)
    The COVID-19 pandemic provides both a warning about agri-food systems’ (AFS) functioning and an accelerator for AFS innovation. It revealed both the increasing frequency of extreme events and structural shortcomings ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl (Agenda Feminist Media, 1992)
    "South Africans often speak about traditional African cultures, Indian culture and Western culture placing emphasis on the differences and distinctions. There is indeed diversity, but during our workshop we observed ...
  • Mkandawire, Elizabeth; Mentz-Coetzee, Melody; Mangheni, Margaret Najjingo; Barusi, Eleonora (MDPI, 2021-07-31)
    Globally, gender inequalities constrain food security, with women often disproportionately affected. Women play a fundamental role in household food and nutrition security. The multiple roles women play in various areas ...
  • Gandidzanwa, Colleta; Verschoor, Aart Jan; Sacolo, Thabo (MDPI, 2021-08-19)
    The ability of farmers to operate redistributed farms in a profitable and sustainable manner is crucial for both successful integration into agricultural value chains and sustainable production systems. The performance ...
  • Phadi, Moses; Vale, Peter Christopher Julius (Transformation, 2020)
    The rise of African liberation parties to power in the 1960s brought to the fore ‘questions about the role and position of the African state’ (Doornbos 1990:179, also see Mamdani 1996, Amin 1972). Leaders of newly independent ...
  • Parekh, Angina; De la Rey, Cheryl (Psychological Society of South Africa, 1997)
    Using community based and women-centred perspectives, this study explored experiences of unplanned motherhood during adolescence. Ten African teenage mothers from a semi-rural area in KwaZulu-Natal volunteered to meet ...
  • Magure, Booker (EISA, 2014)
    The 2013 harmonised elections held in Zimbabwe after the termination of the SADC- facilitated Government of National Unity elicited unprecedented comment following another resounding ‘win’ by the Zimbabwe African National ...
  • Vale, Peter Christopher Julius (Academy of Science of South Africa, 2020-05)
    No abstract available.
  • Maluleke, Tinyiko Sam (University of South Africa, Department of Christian Spirituality, Church History and Missiology, 2017)
    Although no conventional biography of Allan Boesak has been published, either by himself or others, as far as we are aware, we have enough data and information in various places to make small beginnings of the long overdue ...
  • Mushonga, Tafadzwa (Medknow Publications, 2021-10)
    Discussions around the militarisation of conservation have largely focused on violence meted out against subsistence and commercial poachers in, and around, protected areas. Overlooked is violence experienced by perpetrators ...
  • Maluleke, Tinyiko Sam (University of the Western Cape, 2018-07)
    In order to broaden the search for liberating African masculinities, I engage with key and recent works on masculinity within the African context. I explore some of the reasons why scholarship on masculinity in Africa – ...
  • Manganyi, N. Chabani (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2013)
    Clinical Psychology training is an arduous journey wherever in the world one pursues it. However, in apartheid South Africa, the experience of becoming a psychologist held its own unique challenges, especially if you were ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl; McKay, Susan (International Journal of Peace Studies, 2002)
    This study builds on the pioneering work by feminists such as Birgit Brock-Utne (1985, 1990) and Betty Reardon (1985, 1990) in attempting to disrupt the male bias in peace research by examining the meaning of peace ...
  • Sibanda, Lindiwe Majele; Mwamakamba, Sithembile N. (MDPI, 2021-08-12)
    Achieving food and nutrition security and ending hunger is a complex and multi-faceted global challenge, which requires urgent attention, particularly in Africa. To eliminate hunger, the continent needs to transition to ...
  • Paruk, Zubeda; De la Rey, Cheryl (Agenda Feminist Media, 1993)
    "Constraints on women that have emerged in other studies on gender and sport were all applicable to the runners in our research; black South African women, however, appear to face additional limitations to their ...
  • May, Julian; Mentz-Coetzee, Melody (MDPI, 2021-09-28)
    The COVID-19 pandemic heightened awareness that serious illness and injury are common and important shocks that result in food insecurity, the loss of livelihoods, and unsustainable coping strategies. These have significant ...