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2022 Liberation and looted malls: fractured urbanism and suburban nationalism in South Africa in the time of Covid
In 2003, Ivor Chipkin (2003) published a study which found that the provision of improved physical infrastructure (taps, housing, new school...Download this report
A wave of student activism is sweeping the world. Countries and regions such as Algeria, Bolivia, Britain, Catalonia, Chile, Ecuador, France...
2021 Rapid photovoice as a close-up, emancipatory methodology in student experience research: the case of the student movement violence and wellbeing study
In this paper, we critically reflect on our conceptualization and operationalization of 'rapid photovoice' as a close-up, emancipatory, acti...
In the torrent of media coverage that accompanied the widespread looting and violence in South Africa's Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal provinces ...Download this report