in Political Studies
The impact of the 2004 Election Campaign on the Quality of Democracy in South Africa.
Transnational Security Challenges and Statehood in Africa: A Case Study of Drug Trafficking in Ghana.
Elected Legislatures in Sub-Saharan Africa: Attitudes of Citizens from 18 Countries towards Legislatures, with a particular focus on Mozambique, its Assembly and Parliamentarians.
Ethnic Identity in a 'Homogeneous' Nation State.
A silent revolution: South African voters during the first years of democracy, 1994-2006.
Robert Mattes / Jeremy Seekings (Sociology)
Getting to CODESA: an analysis on why multiparty negotiations in South Africa began, 1984-1991.
Karungi Mafumbo, Charlotte
Interventionist Foreign Policy: Uganda's Security Challenges. A Study.
Annette Seegers / James Mara
Student governance in transition: University democratision and managerialism. A governance approach to the study of student politics and the case of the University of Cape Town.
Andre du Toit / Martin Hall
State Failure in Provision of Education and Health Services in Zimbabwe: Adjustments, Adaptations and Evolving Coping Strategies of Rural Communities, 2000 - 2007.
Who governs public health? The spheres of influence in Southern African HIV and AIDS policy-making.
Partisan identification in Africa: An exploratory study in Mozambique.
The Mozambique Legislature in Comparative Perspective: Legislative Development, Performance and Legitimacy.
Assessing investment rationale: the case of Anglo American Corporation in Latin America.
in Public Administration
An examination of administrative capacity to implement development programmes in South Africa.
Implementing sanitation for informal settlements: Conflicting rationalities in South Africa.