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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Original Research

Things of the sky: Cultural astronomy and onomastic creativity in selected Tshivenḓa poetry  
Moffat Sebola, Kgabo L. Mphela
28 November 2023


Corrigendum: Investigating gender differences in housework and religion in marital conflict in Cameroon  
Nkaze Chateh
08 June 2023

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Vol 14, No 1 (2022)  
Editorial Office
31 December 2022

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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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Event: Open Access Week 2023 - Embracing community over commercialisation


AOSIS is celebrating Open Access Week 2023! This year’s theme, ‘Community over Commercialisation’, aligns with our mission to democratise scholarly knowledge. We’ve curated three articles on open access  for you, please select each heading to read the full article:
1. Open access: A bridge to public interest amid commercialisation
2. Community over commercialisation: Combating knowledge monopolies in scholarly publishing
3. Knowledge for all: The rise and impact of open publishing platforms
By reading these articles, you’ll expand your horizons and deepen your understanding of the open access landscape.

Posted: 2023-10-23

Event: Experience the excitement of AOSIS Laureatus Awards 2023: Videos now available for viewing!


We are pleased to announce that the AOSIS Laureatus Awards 2023 videos are ready for viewing. This year’s awards, divided into three videos, is hosted by AOSIS’ Executive Chairman, Dr Pierre de Villiers, and our Chief Executive Officer, Cecile de Villiers. The three award categories are the Journal Indexing Awards, Journal Article Citations Awards, and the Book Downloads Awards. We invite you to join us to recognise the remarkable achievements of our editors and authors at the AOSIS Laureatus Awards (click here). We eagerly anticipate observing the remarkable accomplishments that our editors and authors will achieve this year.

Posted: 2023-10-26

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