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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|The tale of academic practice in a rising knowledge society: focus on a university in South Africa||Ndibuuza, F; Langa, P||1995|
|Enabling Knowledge Sharing Practices for Academic and Research in Higher Education Institutions||Njiraine, D||2019|
|##Feesmustfall and beyond: Towards a sustainable national student loan regulatory framework||Jacobs, L; Moolman, AM; de Beer, E||2019|
|‘Why mouth all the pieties?’ Black and women academics’ revelations about discourses of ‘transformation’ at an historically white South African university||Belluigi, DN; Thondhlana, G||2019|
|Examining the management and leadership styles and practices at higher education institutions: A case of three African universities||Quan-Baffour, KP; Johnson, Jr||2019|