Inkanyiso – Journal of African Thought deliberately embraces epistemologies of the Global South as part and parcel of its geo-politics of knowledge vis-à-vis the problematic epistemologies of the Global North. This posture finds concrete expression in the contributions received. As a matter of fact, the journal takes seriously the indigenous epistemologies, ontologies as well as the historical and socio-economic realities of its immediate communities. View our Editorial Team.

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The historical fight for the right to care: A critique of the Mental Health Policy in Brazil  
Barbara D. Nunes, Maria Isabel B. Bellini
22 December 2022

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Depoliticising Square Kilometre Array and Vanwyksvlei in the anti-politics machine  
Nishai Moodley
21 December 2022

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Behaviours of traditional male circumcision initiates of Cala and Mdantsane, South Africa  
Aphiwe Mpateni, Simon Murote Kang’ethe
21 December 2022

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Indigenous knowledge application in increasing food security: A measure to consider?  
Charles A. Masango, Victor W. Mbarika
21 December 2022

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Investigating gender differences in housework and religion in marital conflict in Cameroon  
Nkaze Chateh
21 December 2022

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Dynamics at the frontier between the demands of democracy and sociocultural imperatives: Human rights and school discipline in secondary schools in Malawi  
Peter N. Namphande
01 December 2021

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Can Downsizing Correlate with Community Development? A Complex Adaptive Systems Approach  
Rosemary B. Coffie, Alimatu Sardiya, Florence Ellis, Eric Akaadom
01 December 2021

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Socio-cultural status of ‘barracks women’ in Nigeria, 1905-1985: A historical perspective  
Justus A. Nzemeka
01 December 2021

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Cast Me not as a Succubus or a Jezebel: Nollywood Actresses and the Struggle against Women Stereotyping  
Floribert P.C. Endong
01 December 2021

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The relationship between smart classroom and learners’ academic performance in public boarding schools of Gicumbi District, Rwanda  
Mushimiyimana J. de Dieu, Dushimimana J. de Dieu
01 December 2021
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Posted: 2022-12-02

Vlog: Meet our Editor-in-Chief


Watch as Prof Allucia Lulu Shokane, Editor-in-Chief of Inkanyiso, shares a bit about herself and how she became involved in this field of study. She also shares her vision for the journal and what types of articles will be accepted for the publication. Watch the full interview here: https://bit.ly/42q1Kal

Posted: 2023-03-22

Vlog: Learn more about Inkanyiso


Join the online research community of Inkanyiso – Journal of African Thought, by submitting your latest manuscript towards this open access publication. Learn about the journal’s focus in scope in this short video. If you think that your research fits into the journal’s focus and scope, please submit your manuscript for consideration.  View the video: https://youtu.be/qz-cDYsl144

Posted: 2023-02-23

Notification: Become a reviewer


We invite scholars and practitioners with the required expertise to become a reviewer for Inkanyiso, the latest scholarly journal published by AOSIS. To become a reviewer, please register on the journal website platform and send your CV to submissions@inkanyisojournal.org. For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/3EbVuZk

Posted: 2023-02-24

Call for Papers: Submissions open


Submissions are now being accepted for the newly launched Inkanyiso – Journal of African Thought. Published for the University of Zululand, the journal takes seriously the indigenous epistemologies, ontologies, as well as historical and socio-economic realities of its immediate communities. Read more at https://bit.ly/3W8vMMb

Posted: 2023-01-04
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