Centre in Indigenous Knowledge Systems

DVC Named Africa’s Most Influential Woman
Prof Jesika Singh, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Partnerships at UL

DVC Named Africa’s Most Influential Woman

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC) for Research, Innovation and Partnerships at the University of Limpopo (UL) Prof Jesika Singh has been recognised by the CEO Global Pan African as the Africa’s Most…

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CIKS Creating Space for Democracy of Indigenous Knowledge Systems at UKZN Colloquium
International scholars and speakers who attended the colloquium organised by CIKS

CIKS Creating Space for Democracy of Indigenous Knowledge Systems at UKZN Colloquium

The Department of Science and Technology-National Research Foundation Centre in Indigenous Knowledge Systems (CIKS) at UKZN hosted, for the fifth time, a cohort of more than 40 Diplomacy scholars from United States of America, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, participating in the International Scholar Laureate Programme ISLP) for a colloquium on Advancing Social Cohesion and Transformation through the Democracy of Knowledge Systems, focusing on the role of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) in Higher Education.

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