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The African Gender Institute
The African Gender Institute is going through an exciting transition! Some pages on the site are still 'in process' - watch the space
Nomusa Makhubu
Nomusa Makhubu is the new Chair of the AGI's Advisory Board
Nomusa Makhubu is Associate Professor in Art History and Visual Culture at the University of Cape Town. She is the new Chair of the AGI’s Advisory Board.
Young Women’s Leadership Project’s 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations
From 16-20 November 2020, the AGI hosted the Young Women’s Leadership Project’s 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations.
2020 Queer Feminist Film Festival
From 25-29 November 2020, the Queer Feminist Film Festival held its third annual festival. In 2020, QFFF acknowledged how COVID 19 further exacerbates the systemic violence and erasure experienced by LGBTQI+ persons and other marginalised groups of...
Feminist Africa's New Home
Feminist Africa is a former publication of the Africa Gender Institute. It is currently is a publication of the Institute of African Studies and the University of Ghana. For enquiries, please e-mail us at contact@feministafrica.net. For access to...
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Monday, 12 April 2021
The stronger we become: ‘creating an immersive, contemplative space’

Four University of Cape Town (UCT) academics were awarded two UCT Creative Works Awards for 2020: Nkule Mabaso and Associate Professor Nomusa Makhubu for their exhibition The stronger we become. Associate Professor Nadia Davids and Professor Jay Pather were honoured for their production What Remains.

Publication Date:
Wed, 24 Feb 2021 - 15:15
Feminist Africa's New Home

Feminist Africa is a former publication of the Africa Gender Institute. It is currently is a publication of the Institute of African Studies and the University of Ghana.

Publication Date:
Fri, 19 Mar 2021 - 13:00
Roundtable on Afro-Brazilian and African Feminisms: Presentations by Dr Thula Pires and Thuila Ferreira

On 20 February 2020, AGI hosted an informal round table which brought together Afro-Brazilian scholars to engage in a conversation around discourses in Brazil on Afro-Brazilian feminisms. Dr Thula Pires and Thuila Ferreira presented on activism and work situated within Afro-Brazilian feminisms.

Publication Date:
Fri, 19 Mar 2021 - 10:15
Webinar: Legal Pluralism in South Africa: Family Law, Muslim Women and Shari’ah.

On Friday 4th September, The Muslim Personal Law Networks held a webinar on Legal Pluralism in South Africa: Family Law, Muslim Women and Shari’ah. The keynote address was presented by Professor Wesahl Domingo.

Publication Date:
Fri, 19 Mar 2021 - 10:00

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