AHERO is an open access archive of texts that focus on the study, practice and governance of higher education in Africa.
The collection includes research reports, journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, working papers, booklets, and policy documents. All the resources have been submitted by the authors and are reproduced with their permission.
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|Knowledge and Change in African Universities||Cross, M; Ndofirepi, A||2017|
|The function of a university in South Africa: Part 1||Archer, S||2017|
|Graduate unemployment in South Africa: Social inequality reproduced||Baldry, K||2016|
|From peril to promise: repositioning higher education for the reconstruction of Africa’s future||I, Oanda; E, Sall||2016|
|A disjointed multi-campus system: the neo-liberal expansion and fragmentation of Mozambican higher education||Patrício, Langa||2017|