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Humanities & Social Sciences 1997

Agripah Gava

University of Zimbabwe

PhD

Post-War Rehabilitation Policies for Ex-Servicemen and other Victims of War
from the Great War to the Second World War in Southern Rhodesia and
South Africa, and the Post-Liberation War Rehabilitation Policies in
Independent Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Supervisors: Prof Bill Nasson (UCT), Prof Alois Mlambo (UZ)

Agripah resigned from the Programme and his University to join the
Zimbabwe War Veterans Association

 

Ignatius Lungu

University of Zambia

MA

Applied Ethics.

Supervisors: Prof David Brooks (UCT), Prof Dillon Malone (UNZA)

DIED

Dr Rosemarie Mwaipopo-Ako

University of Dar es Salaam

PhD

The Power of Meaning: People and the Utilization and Management of
Coastal Resources in Saadani Village, Tanzania.

Supervisors: Prof Andrew Spiegel (UCT), Dr Sam Maghimbi (UDSM).

PhD AWARDED DECEMBER 2001

Dr Hassan Mwakimako

University of Nairobi

PhD

Politics, Ethnicity and Jostling of Power: The Evolution of Institutions of
Muslim Leadership and Kadhiship in Colonial Kenya 1895-1963.

Supervisors: Dr Abdulkader Tayob (UCT), Prof Mohamed Bakari (UoN).

PhD AWARDED IN DECEMBER 2003

Goretti Nakabugo

Makerere University, Uganda

MPhil (Primary) Part-time. 2 B.Ed. courses for non-degree purposes

The Formative Use of Continuous Assessment: A Case Study of the
Practices of Primary Teachers of English Reading in the Cape Peninsula-
South Africa.

Supervisors: Dr Wendy Flanagan (UCT), Pius Mungoma Mwalye (MU)

MPhil AWARDED DECEMBER 1998
(Dissertation with Distinction)

Joseph Ng’andu

University of Zambia

MMus

Reassessing the Music Education Programme in Zambia: Towards a New
Direction for Music Education in Zambia.

Supervisors: Paul Rommelaere (UCT), Prof Mwesa Mapoma (UNZA)

MMus AWARDED DECEMBER 2000

Dr Crispino Ochieng

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology

PhD

The Dynamics of Culture in an Urban Setting- A Study Set in Western
Kenya.

Supervisors: Prof Ivor Prinsloo (UCT), Prof Paul Syagga (UoN)

PhD AWARDED JUNE 2000

Dr Martha Qorro

University of Dar es Salaam

PhD

A Qualitative Study on the Teaching and Learning of writing in English in
Tanzania Secondary Schools in Relation to the Writing requirements of
Tertiary Education.

Supervisors: Prof Doug Young (UCT), Dr F. Mbunda (UDSM)

PhD AWARDED DECEMBER 1999