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https://www.africanminds.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/election_management_cover.png 849 600 vene https://www.africanminds.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo.png vene2017-04-12 15:02:002020-03-24 12:27:44Election Management Bodies in Southern Africa: Comparative study of the electoral commissions’ contribution to electoral processes
Over the past two decades, Southern African countries have entrenched the use of elections as the only means and medium for electing governments and representative institutions in governance. Electoral Management Bodies (EMBs) are central to the delivery and quality of elections. These institutions are mandated to manage most or all aspects of the electoral process. Informed by diverse factors - the design, mandate, extent of powers and even the number of institutions responsible for electoral matters vary in each country. This study is a collaborative effort between the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA), the Open Society Foundation’s Africa Regional Office (AfRO) and the Electoral Commissions Forum of the Southern African Development Community (ECF-SADC).
https://www.africanminds.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Seeking-Impact-COVER.jpg 849 600 vene https://www.africanminds.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo.png vene2014-05-20 09:40:002022-07-14 15:09:00Seeking Impact and Visibility: Scholarly Communication in Southern Africa
African scholarly research is relatively invisible globally because even though research production on the continent is growing in absolute terms, it is falling in comparative terms. In addition, traditional metrics of visibility, such as the Impact Factor, fail to make legible all African scholarly production. Many African universities also do not take a strategic approach to scholarly communication to broaden the reach of their scholars’ work.