African Minds is an open access, not-for-profit publisher. African Minds publishes predominantly in the social sciences and its authors are typically African academics or organisations. African Minds offers innovative approaches to those frustrated by a lack of support from traditional publishers or by their anachronistic approach to making research available. At African Minds, the emphasis is less on the commercial viability of publications than on fostering access, openness and debate in the pursuit of growing and deepening the African knowledge base.
The study of the channel allocation problem has re Read MoreBy Jayrani Cheeneebash & Harry Coomar Shumsher Rughooputh R150.00
As the evidence from this study shows, Africa, Read MoreBy Patrício Vitorino Langa R150.00
Looking at two smaller-scale systemic school impro Read MoreBy Godwin Khosa (ed.) R150.00
African scholarly research is relatively invisible Read MoreBy Henry Trotter, Catherine Kell, Michelle Willmers, Eve Gray, Thomas King R150.00
Driving Change tells a story that exemplifies a ba Read MoreBy Trish Gibbon (ed.) R150.00
The Journal of Student Affairs in Africa (JSAA) is Read MoreR150.00
The independence of Mozambique in 1975 and its dec Read MoreBy Sayaka Funada-Classen. Translated by Masako Osada R150.00