The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance in partnership with the African Climate Foundation (ACF) recently launched the first climate change and development lecture series in the School’s Development Policy and Practice Masters Programme.
The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance at UCT mourns and celebrates the life of Professor Benno Ndulu. The School mourns the passing of one of Africa’s greatest contemporary intellectual and practical leaders. We extend our sincere condolences to the Ndulu family, friends, colleagues, and the people of Tanzania.
The first day of 2021 marked the start of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). Fifty-four African countries signed the agreement that makes the AfCFTA the largest free trade area in the world.
Professor Carlos Lopes on the news – his interviews cover topics such as Africa's ability to access green technology, the African Continental Free Trade Area, the ongoing pressures the COVID-19 pandemic puts on Africa, and so much more about the structural transformation and global economy.
In this newsletter, we share the latest news, highlight women's leadership programmes within the School, celebrate Prof Alan Hirsch for his 28 years of service, and gives an update on the academic programmes.
The Mandela School and its distinguished partners hosted a webinar series in October and November 2020, which explored the following central question: How can the AfCFTA advance transformative industrialisation? The cutting edge discussions brought together industry experts and policy leaders to address current challenges.
The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance, together with its partners, The Center for Rapid Evidence Synthesis (ACRES), Centers for Learning on Evaluation and Results – Anglophone Africa (CLEAR AA), and the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) in Uganda, invites you to an interactive webinar session.