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IFAS Research Newsletter

No. 7 - October 2007

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HIS ISSUE OF ,%3%$) INAUGURATES THE NEW CALENDAR -ARCH n /CTOBER ADOPTED FOR THE NEWSLETTER IN ORDER TO MATCH MORE CLOSELY &RENCH AND 3OUTHERN !FRICAN ACADEMIC YEARS

%DITORIAL BY !URELIA 7! +!"7% 3%'!44)

2ESEARCH 0ROGRAMMING ST SEMESTER

)&!3 2ESEARCH %VENTS

)&!3 2ESEARCH !CTIVITIES

4HIS ISSUE PROVIDES A FULL UPDATE OF OUR ACTIVITIES OVER THE PAST TEN MONTHS ,ET ME HIGHLIGHT A FEW OF THE MOST REMARKABLE ONES &IRST THE TRANSFORMATION OF )&!3 2ESEARCH INTO A JOINT &RENCH .ATIONAL 2ESEARCH #ENTRE #.23 &RENCH $EPARTMENT OF &OREIGN !FFAIRS 2ESEARCH 5NIT WAS CONlRMED IN !PRIL )&!3 LIKE ITS OTHER !FRICAN COUNTERPARTS IS NOW OFlCIALLY AN 5-)&2% 5NITÏ -IXTE DES )NSTITUTS &RAN AIS DE 2ECHERCHE Ì L %TRANGER MORE PRECISELY 5-)&2% 4HIS COMES AT A TIME WHEN THE SECONDMENT TO )&!3 OF 0ROF *EAN ,OÕC ,E 1UELLEC A #.23 SPECIALIST IN 3AHARAN AND 3OUTHERN !FRICAN 2OCK !RT AND LONG TIME COLLABORATOR TO )&!3 PROGRAMMES FROM THE 5NIVERSITY OF 4OULOUSE 54!( 2ESEARCH 5NIT HAS BEEN CONlRMED FOR AN INITIAL PERIOD OF TWO YEARS BEGINNING IN .OVEMBER 0ROF ,E 1UELLEC S ACTIVITIES WHILE IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA WILL BEGIN WITH A JOINT )&!3 2OCK !RT 2ESEARCH )NSTITUTE 2!2) #.23 INTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP ON NON INVASIVE 2OCK !RT RESEARCH METHODS TO BE HELD AT 'IANT S #ASTLE IN LATE .OVEMBER )T IS HOPED THAT THESE WORKSHOPS ORGANISED WITH THE 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND WITH THE PIONEERING ,ITHIC 7ORKSHOP WILL BECOME A YEARLY ENCOUNTER ALLOWING STUDENTS FROM THE REGION TO IMPROVE THEIR TECHNICAL AND ANALYTICAL SKILLS 4HIS WAS ALSO THE AMBITION OF THE !FRICAN 0ROGRAMME ON 2ETHINKING $EVELOPMENT %CONOMICS !0/2$% A JOINT $EPARTMENT OF 4RADE )NDUSTRY )&!3 &RENCH %MBASSY INITIATIVE THAT WAS HELD IN -AY IN 3TELLENBOSCH TO TRAIN PROMISING ECONOMISTS TRADE UNIONISTS JOURNALISTS .'/ AND CIVIL SERVICE OFlCIALS FROM THE CONTINENT AND BEYOND TO THE CRITICAL THINKING OF DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS /PENED BY 3OUTH !FRICAN -INISTER OF 4RADE AND )NDUSTRY -ANDISI -PHALHWA AND &RENCH !MBASSADOR $ENIS 0IETTON THE 0ROGRAMME WAS SUCCESSFUL IN ITS INITIAL OBJECTIVE AS WELL AS IN DISSEMINATING KNOWLEDGE BEYOND IN 3OUTH !FRICAN UNIVERSITIES WITH THE ORGANISATION OF PUBLIC LECTURES AT THE 5NIVERSITIES OF #APE 4OWN THE 7ITWATERSRAND AND 3TELLENBOSCH 'IVEN ITS SUCCESS BUT ALSO LIMITED SCOPE OVER APPLICATIONS FOR ONLY PARTICIPANTS !0/2$% WILL BE RENEWED IN !NOTHER MAJOR EVENT WAS THE -USLIM #ULTURES 0ROGRAMME HELD IN EARLY 3EPTEMBER AT THE 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND #OMBINING AN ACADEMIC SEMINAR WITH CULTURAL EVENTS DREW A PUBLIC OF ACADEMICS ACTIVISTS STUDENTS AND ARTISTS WHO CAME TO EXPLORE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF -USLIMS EVERYDAY RELIGIOUS PRACTICES IN MINORITY SITUATIONS AS FOUND IN 3OUTH !FRICA AND &RANCE 4HIS PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN )&!3 THE &RENCH %MBASSY THE 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND ))3-- AT %(%33 #ULTURESFRANCE AND THE *OHANNESBURG !RTS !LIVE &ESTIVAL BENElTED FROM AN EXCELLENT FOLLOW UP 4HE SEMINAR WILL BE FOLLOWED BY SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON &INALLY LET US RECALL THAT OUR ACTIVITY IS ALSO THAT OF OUR DOCTORAL STUDENTS 7HILE THREE OF THEM WILL BE LEAVING SOON AS THEY HAVE REACHED THE END OF THEIR FELLOWSHIP WITH US AND HAVE ALMOST COMPLETED THEIR 0H$ I E 6INCENT $ARRACQ FROM #%!. "ORDEAUX WORKING ON THE !.# .ICOLAS 0ONS 6IGNON FROM %(%33 0ARIS WORKING ON THE FORESTRY SECTOR AND .ATHANËEL 4SOTSA FROM THE 5NIV OF "ORDEAUX WORKING ON !)$3 POLICIES IN THREE !FRICAN COUNTRIES ONE NEW DOCTORAL STUDENT -AUD /RNE 'LIEMANN FROM #)2!$ 5NIV OF -ONTPELLIER WILL JOIN US IN .OVEMBER TO WORK ON WATER ACCESS AND USAGE IN RURAL AREAS !DRIEN $ELMAS FROM THE 5NIV OF 0ARIS CONTINUES HIS WORK AND IS CURRENTLY BEING HOSTED BY THE $EPARTMENT OF (ISTORY AT THE 5NIVERSITY OF #APE 4OWN /NE NEW RECRUIT SHOULD JOIN )&!3 2ESEARCH IN .OVEMBER !URELIA 7! +!"7% 3%'!44) 2ESEARCH $IRECTOR

2ECENT 0UBLICATIONS .OT TO BE MISSED IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA

!0/2$% !FRICAN 0ROGRAMME ON 2ETHINKING $EVELOPMENT %CONOMICS

0%,% ,% 0%,% h$EVELOPMENT AND -ODERNISATION OF !FRICAN ,ANGUAGESv )&!3 )2$ #.23 #ALENDAR OF EVENTS AND LIST OF PUBLICATIONS #HIEF EDITOR !URELIA 7A +ABWE 3EGATTI 0UBLICATION -ANAGER !NGELIKA %INSIEDLER 4RANSLATOR ,AURENT #HAUVET

4HE VIEWS AND OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS PUBLICATION REMAIN THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE AUTHORS

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&RENCH )NSTITUTE OF 3OUTH !FRICA 2ESEARCH 0 / "OX .EWTOWN */(!..%3"52' 4EL &AX %MAIL SECRETARIATRECHERCHE IFAS ORG ZA WWW IFAS ORG ZA RESEARCH


research programmes

2nd semester 2007

History & Archaeology of People’s Settlement in Southern Africa #ONTACT JEAN LOIC LEQUELLEC UNIV TLSE FR !S A SPECIALIST OF 3AHARAN 0REHISTORY ) AM VERY PLEASED TO BE ON SECONDMENT AT )&!3 2ESEARCH SINCE 3OUTH !FRICA IS THE OTHER MAJOR CENTRE OF 2OCK !RT ON THE !FRICAN CONTINENT 4HIS WILL BE AN OPPORTUNITY TO FOSTER EXCHANGES BETWEEN SPECIALISTS IN THESE AREAS AS MUCH FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF CONSERVATION AS FROM THAT OF RESEARCH ANALYSIS DATING ETC 4HIS PROGRAMME WILL BEGIN WITH A TRAINING SESSION ON METHODS OF 2OCK !RT $OCUMENTATION TH .OVEMBER TO ST $ECEMBER 4HIS WORKSHOP IS CO ORGANISED BY 2!2) 7ITS 5NIVERSITY THE '$2) #.23 34!2 )&!3 AND THE &RENCH %MBASSY IN 3OUTH !FRICA 4HE AIM IS TO EXCHANGE DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES OF lELD WORK TO HELP DEVELOP THE PRACTICAL WORK OF PARTICIPANTS STUDENTS AS WELL AS 2OCK !RT SPECIALISTS (OPEFULLY OTHER WORKSHOPS OF THIS KIND WILL BE ORGANISED ON OTHER ASPECTS OF RESEARCH AND OTHER WORKS IN DIFFERENT lELDS WILL BE INITIATED E G THE RELATION BETWEEN CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY AND RESEARCH IN 2OCK !RT ETHNO ARCHAEOLOGY EPISTEMIOLOGY AND HISTORY OF PREHISTORY EXPERIMENTATION AND TECHNOLOGY INTERPRETATION AND MYTHOLOGYx THE LIST IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE 3UCH WORKS COULD BRING ABOUT OUTPUTS FOR THE WIDER PUBLIC IN VARIOUS FORMS E G EXHIBITIONS SEMINARS AND PUBLICATIONS AMONG OTHERS

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Focus Area on “International Migration in Southern Africa”

4HE -)42!.3 PROGRAMME LAUNCH WORKSHOP &EBRUARY 0ARIS 52-)3 ,ABORATORY

4HE -)42!.3 PROGRAMME LAUNCH WORKSHOP SUB THEME PUBLIC POLICIES -ARCH 0ARIS 52-)3 ,ABORATORY

#%0%$ MID PROGRAMME WORKSHOP !PRIL *OHANNESBURG )&!3

#%0%$ -)42!.3 MUTUAL WORKSHOP !UGUST *OHANNESBURG )&!3

%ACH WORKSHOP GAVE RISE TO A REPORT AND TO PRESENTATIONS GIVEN BY PARTICIPANTS 1UANTITATIVE SURVEYS

4HE DATA CAPTURING PROCESS OF THE ,UBUMBASHI AND .AIROBI SURVEYS EXCLUDING THE #%0%$ PROGRAMME HAS BEEN DELAYED DUE TO A DATA PROCESSING PROBLEM 4HE PROGRAMME SHOULD BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE FOR MEMBERS IN /CTOBER

-EMBERS OF THE PROGRAMME WILL HAVE EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO THE DATA FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR AFTER WHICH IT WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLINE FOR PUBLIC ACCESS ON THE WEBSITE OF THE &-30

&IELD 7ORK 3EVERAL lELD WORKS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED BY THE FOLLOWING RESEARCHERS SINCE THE BEGINNING OF

#ONTACT AURELIA IFAS ORG ZA LOREN LANDAU WITS AC ZA 4HIS AREA IS STRUCTURED AROUND THREE DISTINCT RESEARCH PROGRAMMES #%0%$ 0ROGRAMME h-IGRATION 4RANSIT AND 5RBAN 4RANSFORMATION IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA *OHANNESBURG ,UBUMBASHI -APUTOv !.2 -)42!.3 0ROGRAMME h 4RANSIT -IGRATION IN !FRICA 'LOBAL AND ,OCAL $YNAMICS 0OLICY -ANAGEMENT AND 3TAKEHOLDERS %XPERIENCESv AND THE !4)0 #.23 0ROJECT h-INORITIES AND &OREIGNERS IN !FRICAN #ITIES 0UBLIC 0OLICIES 0RACTICES AND 2EPRESENTATIONv WITH THE RESEARCH lELDS AND TEAMS PARTLY OVERLAPPING &ORCED -IGRATION 3TUDIES 0ROGRAMME 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND #.23 52-)3 ,ABORATORY 5NIVERSITY OF ,UBUMBASHI AND %DUARDO -ONDLANE &OR A COMPREHENSIVE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECTS AND TEAMS VISIT THE )&!3 WEBSITE WWW IFAS ORG ZA RESEARCH 4HE OVERALL OBJECTIVE IS TO SET UP AN INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIlC NETWORK AROUND THE )&!3 2ESEARCH CLUSTER ON MIGRATION ISSUES IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA TO PRODUCE KNOWLEDGE BASED ON FUNDAMENTAL INFORMATION THEREBY COMPLETING THE KNOWLEDGE ON THE HISTORY OF 3OUTHERN !FRICAN POPULATION AND THE CONSTITUTION OF EXPERTISE IN THE lELD OF MIGRATION POLICY ANALYSIS AS WELL AS THE SOCIOLOGY OF MIGRATION DURING THE POST APARTHEID ERA

$ONATIEN $IBWE AND *OSEPH +ANKU 5.),5 !PRIL AND !UGUST *OHANNESBURG AND -APUTO !LAIN -ORICE 52-)3 !UGUST *OHANNESBURG %LISE 0ALOMARES 52-)3 !PRIL AND !UGUST *OHANNESBURG #ATHERINE 1UIMINAL 52-)3 !PRIL *OHANNESBURG $OMINIQUE 6IDAL 5NIV ,ILLE -ARCH !PRIL AND !UGUST *OHANNESBURG AND -APUTO !URELIA 7A +ABWE 3EGATTI !PRIL AND !UGUST /CTOBER *OHANNESBURG #OLLOQUIUM 4HE 3TATE OF )NTERNATIONAL -IGRATION 3TUDIES IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA -ARCH )&!3 &ORCED -IGRATION 3TUDIES 0ROGRAMME 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND *OHANNESBURG 4HE COLLOQUIUM POSTPONED TO MID -ARCH WILL TAKE PLACE AS A FRINGE EVENT ALONGSIDE MEETINGS AS PART OF #%0%$ AND -)42!.3 4HE SELECTION OF ABSTRACTS HAS BEEN lNALISED AND RESPONSES HAVE BEEN SENT TO THE AUTHORS &OR FURTHER INFORMATION VISIT WWW IFAS ORG RESEARCH 0ROGRAMMES -IGRATIONS INTERNATIONALES

!CTIVITIES &OUR WORKSHOPS WERE HELD DURING WHICH THE PARTICIPANTS OF THE #%0%$ AND -)42!.3 PROGRAMMES WERE MERGED

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*OSEPH +ANKU h3UMMARY 2EPORT ON THE 1UANTITATIVE 3URVEY IN THE #ITY OF ,UBUMBASHIv !PRIL HTTP WWW WITS AC ZA MIGRATION

, " ,ANDAU AND ) (AUPT 4ACTICAL #OSMOPOLITANISM AND )DIOMS OF "ELONGING )NSERTION AND 3ELF %XCLUSION IN *OHANNESBURG 0APER PRESENTED AT THE #OSMOPOLITAN #ITIZENSHIP 3YMPOSIUM *OHANNESBURG 3OUTH !FRICA !PRIL

!NAIK 0IAN i ,ES 3ÏNÏGALAIS EN TRANSIT AU -AROC ,A FORMATION D UN ESPACE TEMPS DE L ENTRE DEUX AUX MARGES DE L %UROPE w THESIS FOR A DOCTORATE DEFENDED ON THE AT THE 5NIVERSITY OF 0ARIS $ENIS $IDEROT

*OCELYNE 3TREIFF &ÏNART ET 0HILIPPE 0OUTIGNAT i .OUADHIBOU i VILLE DE TRANSIT w ,E RAPPORT D UNE VILLE Ì SES ÏTRANGERS DANS LE CONTEXTE DES POLITIQUES DE CONTRÙLE DES FRONTIÒRES DE L %UROPE w ARTICLE SUBMITTED TO , !NNÏE 3OCIOLOGIQUE

$OMINIQUE 6IDAL h,IVING IN OUT OF AND BETWEEN TWO CITIES 4HE MIGRANTS FROM -APUTO IN *OHANNESBURGv 0APER READ AT THE CONFERENCE ON h)NCLUSIVE !FRICAN #ITIES -APPING #HALLENGES AND /PPORTUNITIES IN #ONTEMPORARY 5RBAN !FRICAv *OHANNESBURG 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND !PRIL

$OMINIQUE 6IDAL -ÏMOIRE D (ABILITATION Ì $IRIGER DES 2ECHERCHES 5NIVERSITY OF ,ILLE 3OCIOLOGY $EPARTMENT DEFENSE PLANNED FOR /CTOBER

! 7A +ABWE 3EGATTI AND , " ,ANDAU h$ISPLACEMENT AND $IFFERENCE IN ,UBUMBASHIv &ORCED -IGRATION 2EVIEW .ª /XFORD

! 7A +ABWE 3EGATTI AND , " ,ANDAU ED -IGRATION IN 0OST !PARTHEID 3OUTH !FRICA n #HALLENGES AND 1UESTIONS TO 0OLICY -AKERS 0ARIS !&$ .OTES ET $OCUMENTS FOR PUBLICATION AT THE END OF

)NTERNALLY 0ARTICIPANTS IN THE lRST THEME OF THE -)42!.3 PROGRAMME 3TATES -IGRATION POLICIES OF STATES AND HOST PUBLIC POLICIES IN TRANSIT AREAS #O ORD !URELIA 7A +ABWE 3EGATTI HAVE WRITTEN FOUR BRIEFS ON MIGRATION POLICIES IN THE RESPECTIVE RESEARCH lELDS

! -ORICE 0OLITIQUE DE L 5NION %UROPÏENNE EN MATIÒRE DE MIGRATIONS ET D ASILE DEPUIS

! 0IAN #ONTEXTE MIGRATOIRE ET CONTRÙLE DES FRONTIÒRES AU 3ÏNÏGAL

0H 0OUTIGNAT 'ESTION DES FRONTIÒRES EXTÏRIEURES DE L 5NION %UROPÏENNE ET POLITIQUE DE LA MIGRATION EN -AURITANIE

! 7A +ABWE 3EGATTI 0OLITIQUES SUD AFRICAINES EN MATIÒRE DE MIGRATION ET D ASILE DANS LA PÏRIODE POST APARTHEID

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French Institutes’ Transversal Programme on “Democratic Transformation in Emerging Countries: Comparing Africa, Latin America and Asia. 1990-2006”.

#ONTACT DETAILS OF THE PERSONS IN CHARGE OF THE RESEARCH PROJECTS #%$%* #AIRO 0OLITICAL %LECTIONS IN THE -AKING -ORE THAN A -OMENTUM OF 2EFORM IN THE -IDDLE %AST 0ROJECT ,EADERS &RÏDÏRIC 6AIREL FRÏDÏRIC VAIREL CEDEJ ORG EG &LORIAN +OHSTALL mORIAN KOHSTALL CEDEJ ORG EG #%-#! 'UATEMALA 4RANSFORMATIONS OF %LECTORAL 0ROCESSES 0OLITICAL 0ARTICIPATION AND $EMOCRACY IN -EXICO AND #ENTRAL !MERICA #ONTRIBUTION TO A #OMPARATIVE %LECTORAL 'EOGRAPHY OF ,ATIN !MERICA 0ROJECT LEADER 7ILLIBALD 3ONNLEITNER WSONNLEI YAHOO COM #3( .EW $ELHI )NDIA S $EMOCRATIC 2ENEWAL IN 1UESTION 0ROJECT LEADER 3TÏPHANIE 4AWA ,AMA 2EWAL 3TEPHANIE 4AWA ,AMA 2EWAL EHESS FR )&!3 (32# 0RETORIA 1UESTIONING THE 0LACE OF ,OCAL 0ARTICIPATION IN A $EMOCRATISING #OUNTRY $ECENTRALISATION ,OCAL #OUNCILLORS AND #IVIL 3OCIETY IN 0OST !PARTHEID #APE 4OWN AND *OHANNESBURG 0ROJECT LEADERS #LAIRE "ÏNIT 'BAFFOU CBENIT HSRC AC ZA #HRISTINE &AUVELLE !YMAR CFAUVELL UNIV PARIS FR )&!3 (32# 0RETORIA $EMOCRATIC #ONSOLIDATION IN #OSMOPOLITAN 3OCIETIES ! #OMPARATIVE 0ROJECT 0ROJECT LEADER )VOR #HIPKIN )#HIPKIN HSRC AC ZA )&0 0ONDICHÏRY )NSTITUTIONALISING )NDIAN -EDICINES #HALLENGES TO 'OVERNANCE AND 3USTAINABLE $EVELOPMENT 0ROJECT LEADER ,AURENT 0ORDIÏ n LAURENT PORDIE IFPINDIA ORG 4HE ACTIVITIES OF THE VARIOUS PROGRAMMES CAME TO AN END EXCEPT FOR THE #%$%* WHICH IS DUE FOR COMPLETION IN /CTOBER 4HE PROGRESS REPORTS OF EACH PROGRAMME HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED ONLINE ON THE TRANSVERSAL PROGRAMME S WEBSITE WWW IFAS ORG ZA DEMOCRATIC?TRANSFORMATION 4HE CLOSING COLLOQUIUM OF THE PROGRAMME WILL TAKE PLACE IN &EBRUARY IN *OHANNESBURG AND WILL BE PRECEDED BY A WORKSHOP DURING WHICH THE )NDIA 3OUTH !FRICA COMPARATIVE PROJECT ON LOCAL PARTICIPATION WILL BE LAUNCHED AS A FOLLOW UP ON #LAIRE "ÏNIT 'BAFFOU S INPUT AT A SEMINAR ORGANISED BY THE #3(

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OF .EW $ELHI 4HE CLOSING COLLOQUIUM WILL THUS BE A PLATFORM FOR THE PRESENTATION OF THE WORK OF VARIOUS GROUPS MAINLY CENTRED ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ELECTIVE DYNAMICS WITH PARTICULAR FOCUS ON ELECTORAL PARTICIPATION AND VOTING GEOGRAPHIES PARTISAN DYNAMICS IN THE CONTEXT OF DEMOCRATISATION THE ACTUAL DElNITION OF THE NOTION OF DEMOCRATISATION POWER LEVELS NATIONAL LOCAL AND THEIR IMPACT ON PARTICIPATION MOBILISATION AND ACTUAL VOTING THE GENDER DIMENSION ETC LOCAL AND NATIONAL FORMS OF POLITICAL MOBILISATION POLITICAL INSTITUTIONALISATION OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS THE CITY AS A PLACE OF NEGOTIATION OF POLITICAL AFlLIATION RELATIONS BETWEEN URBAN GOVERNANCE AND PARTICIPATION 4HE COLLOQUIUM WILL BE FOLLOWED BY WORKSHOPS DURING WHICH THE VARIOUS GROUPS WILL BE ABLE TO WORK ON COMPARATIVE PROJECTS 4WO WORKSHOPS WILL BE HELD ONE HAS ALREADY BEEN MENTIONED ABOVE AND THE OTHER WILL DRAW A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE ELECTORAL GEOGRAPHY OF ,ATIN !MERICA THE -AGHREB AND 3OUTH !FRICA 3EPARATE FEEDBACK WILL BE GIVEN ON THE PROGRAMME CO ORDINATED BY ,AURENT 0ORDIÏ )&0 0ONDICHÏRY AT THE END OF

IFAS/PICS (CNRS) Programme on “Dialogue and Intercultural Relations: The Role of Schools in the Construction of a Democratic Participative and Multicultural Model in South Africa”.

#ONTACTS VIJE FRANCHI WANADOO FR JEAN PAUL PAYET PSE UNIGE CH

&OR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE PROJECT CO ORDINATORS

Programme on Languages: “Pele le Pele - Development and Modernisation of African Languages.”

#ONTACTS MICHEL MAIKORO GMAIL COM

3EE ARTICLE IN THE &OCUS /N SECTION

International Research Grouping (GDRI) on “Governing African Cities: Laws, Local Institutions and Urba Identites since 1945”

#ONTACTS L FOURCHARD SCIENCESPOBORDEAUX FR SB SUN AC ZA HTTP WWW GDRI AFRICANCITIES ORG

4HE )NTERNATIONAL 2ESEARCH 'ROUPING '$2) h'OVERNING !FRICAN #ITIESv IS A NETWORK OF RESEARCHERS ANTHROPOLOGISTS GEOGRAPHERS HISTORIANS POLITICAL SCIENTISTS AND SOCIOLOGISTS AND

%UROPEAN AND !FRICAN RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS 4HE OVERALL RESEARCH THEME IS A COMPARATIVE MULTIDISCIPLINARY ANALYSIS ON CITIES IN 3UB 3AHARAN !FRICA AND AIMS TO CREATE A MULTIDISCIPLINARY BILINGUAL AND COMPARATIVE DEBATE PLATFORM ON THE POLITICAL ANALYSIS OF CITIES IN 3UB 3AHARAN !FRICA 4HE lNANCIAL BACKING OF THE #.23 AND THE .ATIONAL 2ESEARCH &OUNDATION .2& IN 0RETORIA HAS RECENTLY BEEN RENEWED FOR MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO SEE THROUGH THE ACTIONS THAT WERE INITIATED IN AND .OTE THAT SOME PARTNER INSTITUTIONS )&!3 IN *OHANNESBURG )&2! IN .AIROBI THE #%!. OF THE )%0 IN "ORDEAUX AND THE 5NIVERSITY OF 3TELLENBOSCH IN PARTICULAR HAVE ALSO MADE LARGE SUMS OF MONEY AVAILABLE FOR THE OPERATION OF THE NETWORK EITHER BY ORGANISING SEMINARS OR SPONSORING POST DOCTORAL STUDIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROGRAMME 7E ARE VERY PLEASED ABOUT THE COMMITMENT OF THE PARTNER INSTITUTIONS OF THIS '$2) TO WHICH ) WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS MY HEARTFELT GRATITUDE )N ADDITION A #/253 PROJECT CO ORDINATED BY 3AM /WUOR 5NIVERSITY OF .AIROBI AND (ÏLÒNE #HARTON )&2! .AIROBI #%!. HAS ALSO RECENTLY RECEIVED lNANCIAL SUPPORT FOR THE PERIOD FOR h'OVERNING !FRICAN #ITIES THE #ASES OF .AIROBI +ENYA AND $AR ES 3ALAAM 4ANZANIA v /PERATION OF THIS PROJECT WILL BE POOLED WITH THE '$2) AND BOLSTER THE %AST !FRICA SECTION WITHIN THE NETWORK 4HE lRST HALF OF WAS AS ACTIVE AS THE SECOND HALF OF SEE ,ESEDI Nª *ANUARY 4HE INAUGURAL CONFERENCE OF THE '$2) WAS ORGANISED BY THE )%0 OF "ORDEAUX FROM *ANUARY TO &EBRUARY )T BROUGHT TOGETHER RESEARCHERS FROM !FRICA 3OUTH !FRICA +ENYA 4ANZANIA .IGERIA AND 4OGO AND %UROPE &RANCE 'REAT "RITAIN 'ERMANY AND 0ORTUGAL 3OUTH !FRICA HAD A PARTICULARLY HIGH PARTICIPATION RESEARCHERS )T WAS MORE A METHODOLOGICAL SEMINAR THAN A CONFERENCE ITS AIM WAS TO PROMOTE THE ALIGNMENT OF INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECTS AND TO OFFER AN OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS VARIOUS METHODOLOGICAL THEORETICAL AND DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES ON THE GOVERNMENT OF CITIES IN !FRICA 4HE CONFERENCE WAS AN OCCASION TO OFlCIALLY SIGN THE CONVENTION IN THE PRESENCE OF #.23 REPRESENTATIVES AND WAS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWED BY THE lRST MEETING OF THE 3CIENTIlC #OUNCIL OF THE '$2) WHICH OPENED THE DEBATE ON ADDITIONAL FUNDING AND THE EVENT CALENDAR FOR AND 4HE FOCUS OF THE CONFERENCE WAS PRIMARILY ON THE CONFRONTATION OF DISCIPLINARY AND THEORETICAL APPROACHES AS WELL AS THE VARIETY OF lELDS THAT WERE PROJECTED 2ESEARCHERS INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS CAN BE FOUND ONLINE ON THE WEBSITE OF THE '$2) THAT INCLUDES AN ESSENTIAL WORKING BASE FOR THE IMPLE MENTATION OF THREE RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS OF THE '$2) 4HE CO ORDINATORS OF THESE FOCUS AREAS PLAYED A VITAL PART DURING THE CONFERENCE THEY WERE !LAN -ABIN 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND CO ORDINATOR OF THE lRST FOCUS AREA ON hLOCAL GOVERNMENTv $OMINIQUE $ARBON #%!. )%0 OF "ORDEAUX THE SECOND FOCUS AREA ON hPUBLIC POLICIESv AND $ENIS #ONSTANT -ARTIN #%2) 0ARIS WITH THE THIRD FOCUS AREA ON hURBAN IDENTITIESv )T IS CLEAR THAT THEY PARTICULARLY BOLSTERED THE INTERNAL COHERENCE OF PROJECTS AND PROBLEMS THEY ALSO PUT FORWARD NEW RESEARCH AND READING TRAILS ALL WHILST UNDERLINING THE RISKS OF A DISPERSION AND IRRELEVANT SCIENTIlC ABRUPT TRANSITIONS WITHIN THE NETWORK )N THE FOLLOWING MONTHS AND YEARS IT IS IMPORTANT TO WORK ON BOOSTING THE INTERNAL COHERENCE OF THE NETWORK S GROUPS WHILE STRENGTHENING THE SCIENTIlC CONNECTIONS BETWEEN RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS

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)&!3 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE '$2) AND THE #%!. ALSO PROVIDED lNANCIAL BACKING FOR TWO DOCTORATES FOR A PERIOD OF NINE MONTHS !UGUST TO !PRIL !NNE ,EILDÏ FROM THE 3OCIOLOGY $EPARTMENT OF THE 5NIVERSITY OF 3TELLENBOSCH AND 'ODFREY #HESANG FROM THE 0OLITICAL 3CIENCE $EPARTMENT OF THE 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND $URING THEIR STAY IN 3OUTH !FRICA SECOND HALF OF THEY STARTED NEW lELD WORKS AND TOOK PART IN THE SCIENTIlC ACTIVITIES OF THE NETWORK BEFORE BEING HOSTED AT THE #%!. FROM $ECEMBER TO !PRIL TO CONTINUE PRESENT AND COMPLETE THEIR RESEARCH 4HEY CONTRIBUTED TO THE ORGANISATION OF THE INAUGURAL CONFERENCE IN "ORDEAUX IN *ANUARY AND &EBRUARY THEY PRESENTED THEIR RESEARCH WORKS DURING THE SEMINAR OF THE #%!. IN &EBRUARY AND MET RESEARCHERS AND LECTURERS FROM THE #%!. AND THE )%0 !NNE ,EILDÏ WAS ALSO IN CHARGE OF MONITORING THE SCIENTIlC DEVELOPMENT OF THE '$2) WEBSITE FOR THE FULL DURATION OF HER CONTRACT -ARIUS 4REDOUX CURRENTLY STUDYING FOR HIS -ASTER S DEGREE AT THE !NTHROPOLOGY $EPARTMENT OF THE 5NIVERSITY OF 3TELLENBOSCH TOOK OVER THIS FUNCTION IN !PRIL !T THE "ORDEAUX CONFERENCE IT WAS SUGGESTED THAT AND BE DEVOTED TO DEVELOPING INTERNAL COHESION BETWEEN THE RESEARCH GROUPS OF THE '$2) 3EMINARS WILL BE ORGANISED AT THE END OF AND IN THE lRST HALF OF WITH THAT VISION 4HE VENUES AND DATES OF THE SEMINARS ARE UNDER DISCUSSION AND WILL BE PUT FORWARD TO INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR ,AURENT &OURCHARD

IFAS research events

#HRISTIAN 'HASARIAN PRESENTED A PAPER ENTITLED h4AMIL #ULTURAL !DAPTIONS AND 2ECONSTRUCTIONS IN 2EUNION )SLANDv AT THE h%YES !CROSS THE 7ATER .AVIGATING THE )NDIAN /CEANv #ONFERENCE ORGANISED BY THE 3OUTH !FRICA AND )NDIA 2ESEARCH 4HRUST OF THE 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND FROM TO !UGUST IN *OHANNESBURG

“Muslim Cultures” Scientific and Cultural Programme, 3-5 September 2007 4HE PROGRAMME ENTITLED @-USLIM #ULTURES FUNDED BY THE &ONDS D !LEMBERT WHICH INCLUDED A RESEARCH SEMINAR ON @)SLAM $EMOCRACY AND 0UBLIC ,IFE IN 3OUTH !FRICA AND &RANCE AND CULTURAL EVENTS WAS HELD FROM TO 3EPTEMBER IN *OHANNESBURG AND WAS VERY SUCCESSFUL 4HE RESEARCH SEMINAR WAS THE FRUIT OF A JOINT INITIATIVE OF 0RETORIA 5NIVERSITY !NTHROPOLOGIST 2EHANA %BRAHIM 6ALLY AND )&!3 2ESEARCH $IRECTOR !URELIA 7A +ABWE 3EGATTI )N ADDITION THE SEMINAR WAS CO ORDINATED BY %RIC 'ERMAIN OF THE )NSTITUT D ÏTUDE DE L )SLAM ET DES -ONDES -USULMANS ))3-- OF THE %(%33 AND AUTHOR OF , !FRIQUE DU 3UD MUSULMANE )&!3 +ARTHALA BY 3AMADIA 3ADOUNI OF 7)3%2 7ITS )NSTITUTE FOR 3OCIO %CONOMIC 2ESEARCH FORMER DOCTORAL STUDENT OF THE #ENTRE D %TUDE D !FRIQUE .OIRE OF "ORDEAUX AND BY %RIC 7ORBY $IRECTOR OF THE 7ITS 3CHOOL OF 3OCIAL 3CIENCES 4HE AIM OF THE SEMINAR WAS TO RENEW THE OUTLOOK ON -USLIM CULTURES THROUGH RENEWED CRITICAL AND DIVERSIlED SCIENTIlC AND CULTURAL APPROACHES AND MORE SPECIlCALLY ON THE DAILY PRACTICES OF )SLAM IN 7ESTERN %UROPE AND 3OUTHERN !FRICA 4HE SEMINAR WILL LEAD TO TWO SCIENTIlC PUBLICATIONS IN THE *OURNAL OF 3OUTHERN !FRICAN (ISTORICAL 3TUDIES AS WELL AS IN THE *OURNAL OF 2ELIGIOUS 3TUDIES

January to September 2007

Defense of doctoral thesis in Development Socio-Economics by Nicolas PEJOUT, 25 June 2007 .ICOLAS 0%*/54 FORMER )&!3 0H$ CANDIDATE DEFENDED HIS DOCTORAL THESIS ENTITLED h#ONTROL AND #ONTESTATION 4HE 3OCIOLOGY OF )NFORMATION AND #OMMUNICATION 4ECHNOLOGIES )#4S 0OLICIES AND !PPROPRIATION -ODES IN 0OST !PARTHEID 3OUTH !FRICA v ON *UNE AT THE ³COLE DES (AUTES ³TUDES EN 3CIENCES 3OCIALES 0ARIS

APORDE (African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics), Stellenbosch, Lanzerac Hotel, 13-25 May 2007 3EE &OCUS /N SECTION

Presentation by Christian GHASARIAN, Professeur of Ethnology, LAIOS and CNRS Associate Researcher on “Tamil Cultural Adaptions and Reconstructions in Reunion Island”, 21 August 2007

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Launching Seminar of the International Tourism Research Centre, University of Botswana, 24-26 September 2007 4HE SEMINAR BROUGHT TOGETHER RESEARCH PROPOSALS FROM !FRICAN TEAMS 3OUTH !FRICA "OTSWANA #AMEROON -OZAMBIQUE .IGER AND :IMBABWE AND &RENCH TEAMS #)2!$ #.23 AND )2$ AND SAW THE LAUNCH OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CENTRE ON TOURISM A JOINT INITIATIVE BY THE &RENCH %MBASSY IN 'ABORONE THE 5NIVERISTY OF "OTSWANA )&!3 AND THE )2$ 4HE OBJECTIVE OF THE CENTRE IS TO GATHER SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH ON TOURISM IN !FRICA AROUND FOUR MAIN SUBJECTS TOURISM AS A SOURCE OF SHARED REVENUE TOURISM AS A PLATFORM FOR SOCIO CULTURAL MEETINGS TOURISM AS A RESOURCE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND THE QUESTION OF LAND USE GOVERNANCE OF TOURISM AND OFFERED TO SET UP A NETWORK ABLE TO RESPOND TO TENDERS AND OFFER POST GRADUATE TRAINING -ASTER S AND $OCTORAL LEVEL FOR STUDENTS IN THE REGION

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IFAS - research activities January - October 2007

IFAS research activities January - October 2007 Doctoral

Students

6INCENT $!22!#1 IS CURRENTLY BUSY WITH THE LAST YEAR OF HIS DOCTORATE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE HIS THESIS IS CENTRED ON THE !.# AND THE NATIONAL ISSUE IN A POST APARTHEID 3OUTH !FRICA

*ANUARY TO *UNE &RANCE 2ESEARCH MISSION AT THE #ENTRE D %TUDE D !FRIQUE .OIRE #%!. OF "ORDEAUX 4HREE ARTICLES ON THE !.# AS THE PARTY OF THE MASSES THAT SHOULD BE PUBLISHED SOON

*UNE TO *ULY *OHANNESBURG )&!3 )NTERVIEWS WITH EXECUTIVE MEMBERS OF THE !.#

-AY TO !UGUST #APE 4OWN COMPLETION OF SOME lFTY INTERVIEWS 4!8 .!07! AND PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES WITH A CUMULATED PERIOD OF APPROXIMATELY ONE MONTH SPENT IN THE TOWNSHIPS OF .YANGA AND 'UGULETU TO *ULY ,EIDEN .ETHERLANDS #OMMUNICATION ON h4HE ANTI ()6 AND !)$3 MOBILISATIONS AT THE &3- v AT THE %UROPEAN !%')3 #ONFERENCE

TO .OVEMBER 5NIVERSITY OF 7ARWICK 'RANDE "RETAGNE PARTICIPATION AT THE h'OVERNANCE OF ()6 !)$3 RESPONSES MAKING PARTICIPATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY COUNTv CONFERENCE

-AUD /2.% ',)%-!.. #)2!$ )&!3 COMPLETED SEVERAL MISSIONS AS PART OF HER THESIS RESEARCH ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN LOCAL COLLECTIVE ACTIONS AND LOCAL STATUTORY INSTITUTIONS FOR WATER MANAGEMENT IN 3OUTH !FRICA

TO *UNE 'ALLAGHER %STATE IN -IDRAND 0OLICY #ONFERENCE OF THE !.# (E ATTENDED IN PARTICULAR THE WORK AND DELIBERATIONS OF THE %CONOMIC #OMMISSION

TO -AY 'RAHAMSTOWN AND %AST ,ONDON %ASTERN #APE -EETING BETWEEN RESEARCHERS FROM 2HODES 5NIVERSITY AND THE 5MHLABA CONSULTANCY GROUP THAT WORK ON THE LINK BETWEEN WATER USERS AND THE IRRIGATED PERIMETER OF THE %ASTERN #APE -EETING WITH A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PROVINCIAL SECTION OF THE $EPARTMENT OF 7ATER !FFAIRS AND &ORESTRY $7!&

3INCE !UGUST #APE 4OWN )NTERVIEWS WITH -INISTERS AND -EMBERS OF 0ARLIAMENT AND WITH EXECUTIVES OF THE !.# OF THE 7ESTERN #APE MEMBERS OF THE 0ROVINCIAL %XECUTIVE #OMMITTEE IN PARTICULAR

TO *UNE -ONTPELLIER &RANCE 0ARTICIPATION IN A SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE MIXED RESEARCH UNIT ON 7ATER -ANAGEMENT 5SER 0LAYERS ' EAU PRESENTATION OF PROGRESS REPORT

!T THE SAME TIME HE CONTRIBUTES TO A &RANCO 3OUTH !FRICAN RESEARCH PROJECT ENTITLED #/253 ON THE DECISION PROCESS IN URBAN GOVERNANCE IN 3OUTH !FRICA UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF #LAIRE "ÏNIT 'BAFFOU AND !LAN -ABIN

TO *ULY 3EKORORO TRADITIONAL TERRITORY -OPANI DISTRICT ,IMPOPO PROVINCE 3OUTH !FRICA -EETING BETWEEN THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE $EPARTMENT OF !GRICULTURE THE PROVINCIAL SECTION $7!& THE .'/ 7ORLD 6ISION 3OUTH !FRICA AND SMALL SCALE IRRIGATORS

TO 3EPTEMBER 3EKORORO TRADITIONAL TERRITORY -OPANI DISTRICT ,IMPOPO PROVINCE 3OUTH !FRICA 3TUDY TEST WORK ON THE PREMISES OF THE 4HABINA USERS ASSOCIATION WITH THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE AND SMALL SCALE IRRIGATORS WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION AND THE EXTENSION OFlCER OF THE $EPARTMENT OF !GRICULTURE !SSESSMENT OF SELECTED RESEARCH METHODS QUESTIONNAIRES GROUP MEETINGS ETC

!DRIEN $%,-!3 4HE ISSUE OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN WRITTEN CULTURE AND %UROPEAN EXPANSION IN THE MODERN ERA CONTINUES TO FORM THE CENTRE OF OUR RESEARCH ON THE HISTORY OF THE #APE #OLONY UNDER THE DOMINATION OF THE $UTCH %AST )NDIA #OMPANY 6/# 5P TO NOW ATTENTION WAS FOCUSSED ON WRITTEN PRACTICES THE PRODUCTION AND USES OF MANUSCRIPTS IN PARTICULAR 6AN 2IEBEECK S $IARY NOW IT IS FOCUSED ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF PRINTED WORKS AND READING PRACTICES IN THE #APE AND IN THE MARITIME WORLD OF THE 6/# ! SERIES OF THREE SEMINARS WILL BE GIVEN IN THIS REGARD AT THE 5NVERSITY OF #APE 4OWN DURING THE SECOND HALF OF %DRICH .ATHANAÑL 43/43! DOCTORAL STUDENT IN POLITICAL SCIENCE HOSTED BY )&!3 2ESEARCH HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN SEVERAL ACTIVITIES

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TO *ANUARY .AIROBI lELD SURVEYS h4HE !.2 !FRICAN #AUSESv AT THE ST 7ORLD 3OCIAL &ORUM IN !FRICA ETHNOGRAPHIC FOCUS ON ABOUT TEN WORKSHOPS ON !IDS HE CONDUCTED ABOUT lFTEEN INTERVIEWS

-ARCH TO !PRIL 0ARIS SURVEY SUPPLEMENTS OBSERVATIONS AND INTERVIEWS WITH #AMEROONIAN AND "URKINABE ACTIVISTS WHO WERE INVITED TO THE TH &RANCOPHONE #ONFERENCE ON ()6 AND !)$3 TO !PRIL 0RETORIA INTERVIEWS AT THE (EALTH -INISTRY AND AT THE #ENTRE FOR THE 3TUDY OF !IDS OF THE 5NIVERSITY OF 0RETORIA

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.ICOLAS 0/.3 6)'./. &ROM *ANUARY TO *UNE .ICOLAS 0ONS 6IGNON CO ORDINATED !0/2$% !FRICAN 0ROGRAMME ON 2ETHINKING $EVELOPMENT %CONOMICS THAT BROUGHT TOGETHER !FRICAN AND !SIAN PARTICIPANTS AND !FRICAN %UROPEAN !MERICAN AND !SIAN LECTURERS FROM TO -AY !0/2$% MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR THE PARTICIPANTS REPRESENTING GOVERNMENTS UNIVERSITIES AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS FROM THE 3OUTHERN COUNTRIES TO RECEIVE HIGH LEVEL CRITICAL TRAINING IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS .ICOLAS RETURNED TO &RANCE IN *ULY AND IS NOW FOCUSSING ON WRITING UP HIS THESIS .ICOLAS ALSO CO AUTHORED WITH 7ARD !NSEEUW 5NIVERSITY OF 0RETORIA n #)2!$ AN ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN 0OLITIQUE !FRICAINE .ª *UNE

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h,E PARADOXE SUD AFRICAIN LES CONDITIONS DE TRAVAIL DEPUIS LA lN DE L APARTHEIDv

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Field trips

(ALIMA !)4 -%($) 0H$ CANDIDATE %DUCATION 5NIVERSITY OF 0ICARDIE *ULES 6ERNE &RANCE TO !UGUST &IELD TRIP FOR HER 0H$ PROJECT ON h#OLONIAL (ERITAGE 3OCIAL 0EACE AND (ISTORY 4EACHING #ROSSING 6IEWS ON &RANCE 3OUTH !FRICA v

!GATHE -!50). 0H$ CANDIDATE 'EOGRAPHY 5NIVERSITY OF "ORDEAUX &RANCE *UNE TO $ECEMBER 0ROJECT TITLE h"UILDING A 7ATER 2ESOURCE -ANAGEMENT 0OLICY IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA %MERGENCE OF A h(YDROPOLICYv BETWEEN CONmIT AND CO OPERATION AT $IFFERENT ,EVELS v -ATHIEU -%2)./ 0H$ CANDIDATE 0OLITICAL 3CIENCE 5NIVERSITY OF 0AU &RANCE *UNE TO *ULY &IELD TRIP TO ,USAKA FOR HIS 0HD PROJECT ON h0ARTY 0OLITICS IN :AMBIA v

0ATRICIA !.$2!$% #/34! -ASTER S 3TUDENT 5NIVERSITY OF 0ICARDIE *ULES 6ERNE &RANCE &EBRUARY TO !PRIL &IELD TRIP FOR HER -ASTER S DISSERTATION h)NSTITUTIONAL #ULTURE $IVERSITY AND )NSTITUTIONAL #HANGE IN (IGHER %DUCATION IN 3OUTH !FRICA v

*ULIE -/2). -ASTER S STUDENT !RCHAEOLOGY 5NIVERSITY OF 4OULOUSE ,E -IRAIL &RANCE TO -ARCH &IELD TRIP FOR HER -ASTER S DISSERTATION ON h4HE 2ELATION "ETWEEN -AN AND 0LANTS ON THE !FRICAN #ONTINENT 4HE 3TUDY OF !RCHAEOLOGICAL 2ECORDS &ROM &OOD 'ATHERERS TO !GRICULTURAL PRODUCTION v

0IERRE !9#!2$ -ASTER S 3TUDENT 0OLITICAL 3CIENCE 5NIVERSITY OF ,EIDEN .ETHERLANDS !UGUST TO *ANUARY &IELD TRIP FOR HIS -ASTER S DISSERTATION h,INGUISTIC )DENTITY IN THE 3OCIAL &IELD OF 3OWETO v

3IMAO .(!-") -ASTER S STUDENT 0OLITICAL 3CIENCE 5NIVERSITY OF +WAZULU .ATAL 3OUTH !FRICA -ARCH TO !PRIL &IELD TRIP FOR HER -ASTER S DISSERTATION ON h%CONOMIC )NTEGRATION OF -OZAMBICANS ,IVING AND 7ORKING IN $URBAN v

#LAUDE #!20%.4)%2 0ROFESSOR %DUCATION 5NIVERSITY OF 0ICARDIE *ULES 6ERNE &RANCE &EBRUARY TO !PRIL &IELD TRIP FOR HIS PROJECT ON h0RIORITY %DUCATION IN 3OUTH !FRICA v

-IANKO 2!-!2/3/. 0H$ CANDIDATE #ENTRE FOR (UMAN 2IGHTS 5NIVERSITY OF 0RETORIA *ANUARY TO *UNE &IELD TRIP IN 0RETORIA ABOUT h$EVELOPING A (UMAN 2IGHTS "ASED !PPROACH TO ()6 !)$3 IN %MPLOYMENT #OMPARING 3OUTH !FRICA AND -ADAGASCAR v

0ASCAL #(!2,%3 -ASTER S 3TUDENT 'EOGRAPHY 5NIVERSITY OF 0ARIS 8 .ANTERRE &RANCE *ANUARY TO -ARCH &IELD TRIP FOR HIS -ASTER S DISSERTATION h/CCURRENCE OF A -AJOR 3PORTS %VENT IN 3OUTH !FRICA VIA THE ,OCAL 2EPRESENTATIONS OF $IFFERENT 3OCIO %CONOMIC #LASSES AND %THNIC 'ROUPS v

,ORRAINE 2/5"%24)% 0H$ CANDIDATE -USICOLOGY 5NIVERSITY 0ARIS 3EINE 3AINT $ENIS &RANCE *ULY TO 3EPTEMBER &IELD TRIP FOR HER 0H$ PROJECT ON h4HE 2ESURGENCE OF 3OUTH !FRICAN 0OST !PARTHEID *AZZ v

#LAUDIO */.% 0H$ CANDIDATE #OMMUNICATION 5NIVERSITY -ICHEL DE -ONTAIGNE "ORDEAUX &RANCE !VRIL TO *UNE &IELD TRIP FOR HIS 0HD PROJECT ON h0RESS AND 0OLITICS IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA SINCE THE S FROM 4RANSITION TO h3OCIALISMv TO THE 2EDISCUSSION OF )NTERN (EGEMONIES IN -OZAMBIQUE AND :IMBABWE v

3AMADIA 3!$/5.) 0H$ DOCTORAL RESEARCHER #ENTRE OF !FRICAN 3TUDIES )%0 "ORDEAUX &RANCE *ANUARY TO &EBRUARY &IELD TRIP FOR HER 0OST 0H$ PROJECT ON h#ITIZENSHIP AND (UMANITARIAN .'/S IN 3OUTH !FRICA THE %XAMPLE OF THE -USLIM #OMMUNITY v

!NNA +/.)%#:.! 0H$ CANDIDATE POLITICAL SCIENCE )NSTITUT D %TUDES 0OLITIQUES DE 0ARIS &RANCE *UNE TO 3EPTEMBER &IELD TRIP FOR HER 0HD PROJECT ON h2ELATIONS "ETWEEN &RANCE AND 3OUTH !FRICA UNDER THE 0RESIDENCE OF #HARLES DE 'AULLE AND 'EORGES 0OMPIDOU v

4YRONE 3!6!'% PART TIME LECTURER 0OLITICAL 3CIENCE 5NIVERSITY OF 3TELLENBOSCH -AY TO *UNE 2ESEARCH TRIP TO 0ARIS #.23 .ANTERRE ABOUT h.EGOTIATING 4RUTH ! #OMPARATIVE !NALYSIS OF THE 0OLITICS OF $ESIGNING 4RUTH -ECHANISMS $URING .EGOTIATIONS FOR 0OST #ONmICT 4RANSITION v

6ÏRONIQUE ,!33!),,9 *!#/" 0ROFESSOR 'EOGRAPHY 5NIVERSITY OF 0OITIERS &RANCE *UNE TO *ULY 2ESEARCH TRIP TO :AMBIA AND -OZAMBIQUE FOR HIS PROJECT ON h&ORCED -IGRATIONS AND 4ERRITORIALITIES IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA %XILE AND 2ETURN OF -OZAMBICAN 2EFUGEES BETWEEN :AMBIA AND -OZAMBIQUEv

!URELIA 7! +!"7% 3%'!44) *ANUARY TO &EBRUARY &RANCE 0ARTICIPATION IN THE INAUGURATION OF THE )NTERNATIONAL '$2) ON h'OVERNING !FRICAN #ITIESv #ENTER FOR !FRICAN 3TUDIES "ORDEAUX IN THE OFlCIAL SET UP OF THE !.2 2ESEARCH PROGRAMME -)42!.3 ,ABORATORY #.23 52-)3 0ARIS AND IN THE OFlCIAL INAUGURATION OF

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THE #.23 !4)0 *UNIOR 2ESEARCHERS .ETWORK h&OREIGN -INORITIES AND 3TRANGERS IN !FRICAN #ITIES 0UBLIC 0OLICIES 0RACTICES AND 2EPRESENTATIONSv #%!. "ORDEAUX &RANCE TO -ARCH &RANCE 3CIENTIlC #OUNCIL OF THE h0ÙLE !FRIQUEv -AY "OTSWANA -EETING FOR THE PREPARATION OF THE ,AUNCH SEMINAR OF THE )NTERNATIONAL 4OURISM 2ESEARCH #ENTRE 5NIVERSITY OF "OTSWANA TO *ULY &RANCE !NNUAL MEETING OF THE &RENCH CO OPERATION NETWORK AND THE $IRECTORS OF &RENCH )NSTITUTES TO 3EPTEMBRE "OTSWANA )NCEPTION SEMINAR OF THE )NTERNATIONAL 4OURISM 2ESEARCH #ENTRE 5NIVERSITY OF "OTSWANA )MKE 7%)#(%24 0H$ CANDIDATE (ISTORY 5NIVERSITY OF 0ARIS *ANUARY TO &EBRUARY 2ESEARCH 4RIP FOR HER 0H$ PROJECT ON h7OMEN AND 0OWER IN $UAL 0OLITICAL 3YSTEMS #ASE 3TUDY 3ENEGAL 'HANA #AMEROON 3WAZILAND v

'ODFREY #HESANG COMPLETED HIS POST DOCTORAL STAY WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE '$2) ENTITLED h'OVERNING !FRICAN CITIESv THAT TOOK HIM TO "ORDEAUX S #ENTRE D %TUDE D !FRIQUE .OIRE FOR THREE MONTHS !FTER HIS BURSARY CAME COME TO AN END 'ODFREY SUBMITTED TWO ARTICLES TO &RENCH AND 3OUTH !FRICAN PUBLICATIONS ONE ON THE TECHNOLOGIES USED FOR THE INTEGRATION OF MIGRANTS IN *OHANNESBURG AND .AIROBI AND THE OTHER ON A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PRACTICES OF CORRUPTION OF IMMIGRATION OFlCIALS AND REFUGEES IN *OHANNESBURG AND .AIROBI .ATHANAÑL 4SOTSA ARRIVED AT )&!3 AT THE END OF HIS BURSARY FOR HIS THESIS (E WILL LEAVE )&!3 AT THE END OF /CTOBER TO JOIN THE 5NIVERSITY OF 7ARWICK IN THE 5+ FOR A lVE MONTH PERIOD TO COMPLETE HIS THESIS (IS DOCTORATE SHOULD BE CONFERRED AT THE END OF BUT HIS WORK HAS ALREADY CONTRIBUTED FUNDAMENTALLY TO THE UNDERSTANDING AND ASSESSMENT OF POLICIES ON COMBATING ()6 !)$3 AND TO THE EXPRESSION THEREOF IN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ON THE !FRICAN CONTINENT )&!3 WISHES HIM MUCH SUCCESS IN THE COMPLETION OF HIS DOCTORATE AND HIS FUTURE VENTURES 6INCENT $ARRACQ AND .ICOLAS 0ONS 6IGNON WILL LEAVE )&!3 AT THE END OF .OVEMBER AS THEY HAVE COME TO THE END OF THEIR DOCTORAL BURSARY WITH )&!3 "OTH ARE CLOSE TO HAVING THEIR RESPECTIVE THESIS CONFERRED THIS SHOULD TAKE PLACE IN THE COURSE OF 5PON THE COMPLETION OF THEIR REMARKABLE lELD WORK THEIR STAY WILL HAVE BEEN MARKED IN THEIR RESPECTIVE lELDS OF STUDY STUDY OF THE !.# AND THE DEBATE ON NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE ANALYSIS OF THE FORESTRY

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-AUD /RNE 'LEIMANN A DOCTORAL STUDENT AT THE #)2!$ 5NIVERSITY DE -ONTPELLIER JOINED )&!3 ON .OVEMBER ON A BURSARY FOR HER THESIS FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS -AUD WORKS ON WATER MANAGEMENT IN 3OUTH !FRICA BETWEEN LOCAL AUTHORITY ACTIONS AND PUBLIC POLICIES (ER RESEARCH FOCUSSED ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN LEVELS OF GOVERNANCE n REPRESENTATIONS POWER AND SOCIETY n IN RURAL AREAS 4HE BURSARY FOR HER THESIS RESULTS FROM A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN )&!3 AND #)2!$ WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE &RANCO 3OUTH !FRICAN RESEARCH PROGRAMME 3AFE7ATER *EAN ,OÕC ,E 1UELLEC 2ESEARCH $IRECTOR AT THE #.23 THE 54!( LABORATORY OF THE 5NIVERSITY OF 4OULOUSE JOINTED )&!3 ON .OVEMBER WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF AN AVAILABILITY PROGRAMME FOR TWO YEARS ! SPECIALIST IN 3AHARAN 2OCK !RT WHO WORKED IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE )&!3 PROGRAMME ENTITLED +HOESAN !RCHIVES *EAN ,OÕC HAS AUTHORED MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED SCIENTIlC ARTICLES AND SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS INCLUDING !RTS RUPESTRES ET MYTHOLOGIES EN !FRIQUE PUBLISHED BY &LAMMARION IN AND TRANSLATED INTO %NGLISH UNDER THE TITLE 2OCK !RT OF !FRICA $ENISA ,EAH LEFT )&!3 IN *UNE AFTER HER INTERNSHIP AS (EAD OF #OMMUNICATION AND %VENTS #O ORDINATION AT )&!3 2ESEARCH $ENISA CONTRIBUTED MUCH TO THE STRUCTURE OF )&!3 THROUGH HER ALREADY PROVEN EFlCIENCY AND PROFESSIONALISM AND ENABLED )&!3 TO COMPLETE SEVERAL PROJECTS INCLUDING THE PUBLICATIONS CATALOGUE )&!3 WISHES HER ALL THE BEST IN lNDING A JOB IN &RANCE

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SECTOR FROM AN ECONOMIC POLICY VIEWPOINT BY THEIR INEXORABLE INTEREST IN THE TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE 3OUTH !FRICAN SOCIETY 7ITH THEIR DEPARTURE )&!3 WILL LOSE TWO OF ITS MOST DYNAMIC MEMBERS AND WOULD LIKE TO THANK THEM FOR THEIR INVESTMENT IN THE )NSTITUTE S ACTIVITIES )&!3 WISHES THEM MUCH SUCCESS

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!NGELIKA %INSIEDLER A -ASTER S STUDENT AT THE )%0 OF 0ARIS JOINED )&!3 IN !UGUST FOR A PERIOD OF NINE MONTHS AND HAS lLLED THE VACANT POSITION LEFT BY $ENISA ,EAH !NGELIKA IS 'ERMAN AND HAS COMPLETED SOME OF HER STUDIES IN 0ARIS 3HE WOULD LIKE TO SPECIALISE IN SCIENTIlC COMMUNICATION 'HISLAINE -ICHALLAT IN HER CAPACITY AS ACCOUNTANT LEFT )&!3 IN !UGUST AT THE END OF HER CONTRACT TO JOINT THE #2$0 IN 'UADELOUPE )&!3 WOULD LIKE TO SALUTE 'HISLAINE S WORK HER ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND IMMENSE AVAILABILITY THAT MADE HER AN INIMITABLE COLLEAGUE OVER THE YEARS AND WHO MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO PROGRESS ON AN ADMINISTRATIVE LEVEL AND ACHIEVE BETTER CO ORDINATION BETWEEN THE VARIOUS )&!3 SERVICES 4HANK YOU ONCE AGAIN 'HISLAINE AND WE WISH YOU ALL THE BEST IN 'UADELOUPE 0ATRICK 0ARMENTIER ACCOUNTANT WITH &RANCE S .ATIONAL %DUCATION -INISTRY JOINED )&!3 IN 3EPTEMBER 7E TRUST HE WILL SETTLE IN EASILY AND WISH HIM WELL !UDE +ERUZORÏ HOLDER OF AN (ONOUR S DEGREE IN !PPLIED &OREIGN ,ANGUAGES %NGLISH 3PANISH AND A -ASTER S DEGREE IN %UROPEAN 3TUDIES ARRIVED IN 3EPTEMBER AS AN )NTERNATIONAL 6OLUNTEER TO WORK UNDER THE #.23 FOR 3UB 3AHARAN !FRICA AND THE )NDIAN /CEAN 2EGION 3HE WILL ASSIST !NNE #ORVAL $IRECTOR OF THE #.23 /FlCE IN HER VARIOUS MISSIONS &OR THE RECORD THE #.23 IS SITUATED ON THE PREMISES OF )&!3

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recent publications IFAS

DYSTURB

CD-Rom: Dynamics of South African Territories and Urbanisation

Working Paper Series

“The ANC Youth League or the Invention of a South African Youth Political Organisation” by Raphaël BOTIVEAU 4HE !.# 9OUTH ,EAGUE WAS RE INVENTED IN LAUNCHED ON THE BASIS OF THE 3OUTH !FRICAN 9OUTH #ONGRESS 3!9#/ A GROUP THAT EMBODIED THE UPRISING OF THE 3OUTH !FRICAN YOUTH AGAINST APARTHEID DURING THE S 4HIS RE LAUNCH WAS BASED ON A DUAL LEGACY BECOMING THE ROOT OF CONmICTS WITH ITS PARENT ORGANISATION 7HILE 3!9#/ LOST AN IMPORTANT PART OF ITS INDEPENDENCE IN FAVOUR OF THE NEW ORGANISATION THE !.#9, TRANSFORMING INTO A MASS BASED YOUTH ORGANISATION IT ALSO MOVED INTO A SUBORDINATE RELATIONSHIP VIS Ì VIS THE !.# )TS IDENTITY REMAINS UNSTABLE DEEPENED BY THE ENCOUNTER OF TWO GENERATIONS OF POLITICAL ACTIVISM n THE S GENERATION AND THE GENERATION THAT BECAME POLITICALLY AWARE AT THE COLLAPSE OF APARTHEID 4HE INTENTION OF THIS STUDY WAS TO PROVIDE AN ACADEMIC OVERVIEW OF THE COMPLEXITY OF THIS YOUTH POLITICAL ORGANISATION

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1 to 3 October 2007 h TH )NTERNATIONAL #ONFERENCE ON ,ANGUAGE AND $EVELOPMENTv 4HE 5NIVERSITY OF 3OUTH !FRICA n IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE 4RUSTEES OF THE ,ANGUAGE AND $EVELOPMENT #ONFERENCE 3ERIES n IS INVITING GOVERNMENTS ACADEMICS RESEARCHERS .'/S AND ACTIVISTS TO SUBMIT APPLICATION TO TAKE PART IN THE TH )NTERNATIONAL #ONFERENCE ON ,ANGUAGE AND $EVELOPMENT 0LEASE SUBMIT YOUR PAPER WORKSHOP OR DISCUSSION PROPOSALS TO $R "% :AWADA % MAIL LANGDEV UNISA AC ZA 7EBSITE HTTP WWW UNISA AC ZA

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APORDE (African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics), 13 to 25 May 2007, Stellenbosch, Lanzerac Hotel.

/PENED IN THE PRESENCE OF THE 3OUTH !FRICAN -INISTER OF 4RADE AND )NDUSTRY $4) -ANDISI -PAHLWA THE SEMINAR ENABLED PARTICIPANTS OF THE 3!$# REGION THE !FRICAN CONTINENT AND THE REST OF THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES TO BE TRAINED BY LECTURERS FROM THE .ORTH AND THE 3OUTH THUS CREATING A SCIENTIlC POLITICAL AND INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT NETWORK ON DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS

"ASED ON THE JOINT INITIATIVE OF THE $4) .IMROD :ALK )NDUSTRIAL 0OLICIES $EPARTMENT AND )&!3 .ICOLAS 0ONS 6IGNON THE GOAL OF THIS SEMINAR WAS TO TRAIN THE SELECTED PARTICIPANTS ON ALTERNATIVE THOUGHT STREAMS IN ECONOMICS DEVELOPMENT 4HIS PROJECT WAS CARRIED OUT WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF A PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT SIGNED IN -ARCH BETWEEN THE $4) AND )&!3 4HE SEMINAR WAS HELD FROM TO -AY AT THE ,ANZERAC (OTEL IN 3TELLENBOSCH 7ESTERN #APE PROVINCE !0/2$% WAS ORGANISED IN THE FORM OF A CLOSED SEMINAR CONSISTING OF LECTURES AND RESEARCH WORKSHOPS EIGHT PUBLIC CONFERENCES WERE ALSO CONDUCTED BY !0/2$% LECTURERS AND ORGANISED IN 3TELLENBOSCH AT THE 5NIVERSITY OF #APE 4OWN AND THE 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND FOR AN AUDIENCE OF APPROXIMATELY PEOPLE

! CRITICAL REPORT WAS DRAWN UP FROM THE LECTURES AND DEBATES ON YEARS OF DEVELOPMENT POLICIES IN THE 3OUTHERN COUNTRIES THAT REVIEWED BOTH THE NATIONAL STRATEGIES AND POLICIES OF lNANCIAL BACKERS AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS 6ARIOUS SPEAKERS THROUGH BOTH THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL APPROACHES UNDERLINED THE OVERALL NEGATIVE IMPACT OF THE 7ASHINGTON CONSENSUS THAT SYSTEMATICALLY AND OFTEN IN A PURELY IDEOLOGICAL FASHION FAVOURS THE MARKET AS THE ONLY DEVELOPMENT TOOL 4HIS IS DOUBLY SURPRISING GIVEN THAT THE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES .ORTH !MERICA %UROPE AND !SIA RELIED A LOT ON 3TATE INTERVENTION "ASED ON VARIOUS lNDINGS SEVERAL

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SPEAKERS STRESSED THE IMPORTANCE OF A TRUE PARADIGM SHIFT IN THE ECONOMICS DEVELOPMENT APPROACH NOT ONLY TO CALL INTO QUESTION ONCE AGAIN THE ASSUMPTIONS OF NEO CLASSIC ECONOMICS BUT ALSO THE CULTURALIST BELIEFS THAT SUPPORT THEM OR EVEN THE hNEO POPULISTv POSITIONS 0RO POOR POLICIES IN PARTICULAR /FTEN BY FOCUSSING ON TARGET POPULATIONS n THE POOR AND WOMEN n THEY LOSE SIGHT OF THE STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS THAT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PHENOMENA OF POVERTY OR INEQUALITY )N PARTICULAR IT APPEARED THAT THESE POSITIONS CONTRIBUTED TO THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE STRUCTURAL RESOURCES TO ACT IN FAVOUR OF DEVELOPMENT IN PARTICULAR THROUGH THE STRENGTHENING OF THE 3TATES CAPACITIES AND RESOURCES TO TAKE ACTION "Y CONTRASTING THE %AST !SIAN EXPERIENCES ON THE ONE HAND TO THOSE OF ,ATIN !MERICA AND !FRICA ON THE OTHER (A *OON #HANG 'ABRIEL 0ALMA #AMBRIDGE 5NIVERSITY AND !LICE !MSDEN -)4 STRESSED THE IMPORTANCE OF GOVERNMENTAL CHOICES AND THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF PROACTIVE POLICIES IN TERMS OF TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION EDUCATION AND INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL POLICY IN THE CASE OF %AST !SIA PARTICULARLY FOR COUNTRIES LIKE 3OUTH +OREA 6IETNAM AND )NDIA /THER SPEAKERS SPOKE ON ISSUES OF EQUITY 3TEPHANIE 3EGUINO 5NIVERSITY OF 6ERMONT GOVERNANCE .ICOLAS -EISEL !&$ AND -USHTAQ +HAN 3/!3 5NIVERSITY OF ,ONDON POVERTY LAND REFORM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT *OHN 3ENDER 3/!3

-USHTAQ +HAN 3/!3 PUT IN PERSPECTIVE THE ISSUES OF CORRUPTION AND THE STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF POLITICAL LIFE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES BASED ON THE 3OUTH !SIAN MODEL (E SHOWED THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE CENTRAL PLACE OF CUSTOMER NETWORKS INVALIDATES A LARGE PART OF hGOOD GOVERNANCEv OBJECTIVES SET BY THE lNANCING PARTIES &INALLY *ACQUES 3APIR FROM THE %(%33 SPOKE ON THE REPOSITIONING OF 2USSIA IN THE WORLD AND THE IMPLICATIONS THEREOF FOR !FRICA COMPARED TO THE #HINESE %UROPEAN AND !MERICAN AMBITIONS (E ALSO HIGHLIGHTED THE IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AS REGARDS THE RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN RESEARCH ON MICRO ECONOMICS AND IN PARTICULAR THE THEORETICAL NON VALIDITY OF THE UNCONDITIONAL OBJECTIVE OF LOW INmATION WHICH COULD NEGATIVELY INTERFERE WITH GROWTH !S REGARDS 3OUTH !FRICA 3IMON 2OBERS 3OUTH !FRICAN #OMPETITION #OMMISSION !LAN 7HITESIDE 5NIVERSITY OF +WA :ULU .ATAL AND 'ABRIEL 0ALMA SPOKE ON THE COUNTRY S SPECIlC DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL POLICY THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF ()6 !)$3 AND EARLY DEINDUSTRIALISATION

)T SEEMS THAT IT IS CRUCIAL TO RETURN TO A MUCH MORE AGGRESSIVE AND HANDS ON INDUSTRIAL AND TRADE POLICY ALONG WITH A MORE AMBITIOUS SOCIAL PROTECTION POLICY BY THE 3OUTH !FRICAN 3TATE IN ORDER TO CURB THE DEVASTATING EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC POLICY DECISIONS THAT LEAD TO EARLY DEINDUSTRIALISATION COMPARABLE TO THE $UTCH $ISEASE PHENOMENON 3OUTH !FRICA S POOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS ITS VERY HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE AND ITS INCAPACITY TO ENSURE HORIZONTAL TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFERS FROM THE MINING FARMING AND FORESTRY SECTORS IN PARTICULAR CURRENTLY APPEAR TO BE THE MAIN LIABILITIES THAT EXPLAIN AN ATYPICAL COURSE IN TERMS OF GROWTH AND

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INDUSTRIAL AND TRADE DEVELOPMENT 4WO MAJOR ELEMENTS COMPLICATE THE 3OUTH !FRICAN SITUATION THE ABSENCE OF A REGIONAL MARKET THAT IS AS DENSE AS THE %AST !SIAN OR ,ATIN !MERICAN MARKETS AND THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE !IDS PANDEMIC IN THE LONG TERM

'IVEN THE PROJECT S SUCCESS PARTICIPANTS INVOLVEMENT AND PARTNERS SATISFACTION THE EVENT WILL BE REPEATED IN ! CALL FOR PAPERS WILL BE CIRCULATED BEFORE THE END OF

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“PELE LE PELE, Development and Modernisation of African Languages”

#ONTACTS -ICHEL ,!&/. ;MICHEL MAIKORO GMAIL COM=

3INCE MEMBERS OF THE @,ANGUE ET $ÏVELOPPEMENT RESEARCH OPERATION OF THE #.23 ,LACAN 5-2 TEAM ENTERED INTO A PARTNERSHIP WITH TWO 3OUTH !FRICAN RESEARCH GROUPS REGARDING THE hMODERNISATIONv OF !FRICAN LANGUAGES 4HESE PARTNERSHIPS WERE INITIATED AS A RESULT OF CONTACTS THAT WERE ESTABLISHED BY -ICHEL ,AFON WHO USED TO WORK AT )&!3 AND IS ASSOCIATED WITH ,LACAN 3INCE THIS LED TO WORKSHOPS AND lELD TRIPS THAT WERE MADE POSSIBLE BY )&!3 AND ,LACAN 4HE TWO RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS SHOULD BE CONTINUING IN AND /VER AND ABOVE TWO RESEARCHERS FROM ,LACAN I E -ICHEL ,AFON AND -ARCEL $IKI +IDIRI THE lRST FOCUS AREA ALSO INVOLVES TWO DOCTORAL STUDENTS 2ElLWE 2AMAGOSHI ENROLLED IN 3OUTH !FRICA AND .THATISI "ULANE ENROLLED IN &RANCE

#ONTEXT %VERYONE WHO KNOWS 3OUTH !FRICA WILL KNOW JUST HOW IMPORTANT THE LANGUAGES ISSUE IS 4HE PROMOTION AND RECOGNITION OF !FRICAN LANGUAGES IS AN EXPLICIT PART OF THE POLITICAL PROJECT OF THE TEAM IN POWER A FACT TO WHICH MANY INITIATIVES THAT HAVE TENDED TO MULTIPLY SINCE BEAR WITNESS 0ARTNERSHIPS HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED IN THIS CONTEXT

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LingBet Project, Center for the Policy of Languages University of Pretoria, Pr Vic Webb

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4HE EAGERNESS IF NOT THE NECESSITY TO RESORT TO !FRICAN LANGUAGES AS LANGUAGES OF INSTRUCTION IN AN ATTEMPT TO CORRECT AN UNDENIABLE EDUCATIONAL IMPOVERISHMENT IN PARTICULAR IN hUNDERPRIVILEGEDv SCHOOLS GIVEN PUPILS AND THE POOR KNOWLEDGE OF %NGLISH OF SOME TEACHERS INVOLVES THE MODERNISATION OF THE WRITTEN VARIETIES OF !FRICAN LANGUAGES 4HIS MEANS THAT TERMINOLOGY CREATION PROCEDURES MUST BE REVIEWED AS WELL AS PURIST ATTITUDES AS REGARDS LOAN WORDS ETC "UT THE VERY FOUNDATIONS OF THE STANDARDS MUST ALSO BE REVIEWED SO THAT NEW VARIETIES MAY BE WIDELY ACCEPTED IN THE COMMUNITIES IN QUESTION THAT CONSTITUTE WHAT IS CALLED STANDARD LANGUAGES !N INITIAL WORKSHOP HELD IN *UNE FOLLOWING THE INITIATIVE OF THE #0+ AND WITH THE lNANCIAL SUPPORT OF THE 0AN 3OUTH !FRICAN ,ANGUAGE "OARD 0ANSALB LED TO A DECISION ON STANDARDISATION WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM VARIOUS LINGUISTIC COMMITTEES A SECOND MEETING PARTLY SPONSORED BY )&!3 WAS HELD IN -ARCH WHERE THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND POLITICAL FRAMEWORK FOR LANGUAGE WAS DElNED AND OBSERVATIONS AND LINGUISTIC INTERACTION IN THE CLASSROOM WERE INTEGRATED BASED ON SURVEYS CONDUCTED IN 4SHWANE BY DOCTORAL STUDENTS WHO ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT AND TO PUT THE STILL DIVIDED SCHOOL SYSTEM INTO PERSPECTIVE ! MEETING BACKED BY 0ANSALB IN SHOULD FOCUS ON THE PROGRESS MADE IN THE lELD OF LINGUISTIC STANDARDISATION 4HE GOAL BEYOND THE PURELY SCIENTIlC ASPECTS IS TO ARRIVE AT RECOMMENDATIONS OR CONCRETE PROPOSALS MADE TO THE -INISTRY OF %DUCATION ON AN EFFECTIVE LINGUISTIC STRATEGY IN PARTICULAR REGARDING THE DIDACTICS OF LANGUAGES PER SE

!CTIVITIES -ICHEL ,AFON -ARCEL $IKI +IDIRI MEMBERS OF ,LACAN TOOK PART IN ALL THE MEETINGS .THATISI "ULANE COMPLETED A SIX WEEK lELD TRIP IN 4HE PROCEEDINGS OF THE lRST WORKSHOP WERE PUBLISHED BY 0ANSALB ! SELECTION OF PRESENTATIONS OF THE -ARCH WORKSHOP SHOULD BE PUBLISHED IN ONE OF THE ISSUES OF THE )&!3 7ORKING 0APERS

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Computerisation of African Languages: Meraka Institute, Etienne Barnard,

4HE MODELLISATION OF SOME !FRICAN LANGUAGES IS QUITE ADVANCED IN 3OUTH !FRICA 4HE -ERAKA )NSTITUTE OF THE #3)2 IN 0RETORIA DESIGNED VOICE SYNTHESIS AND RECOGNITION MODELS FOR SOME OF THE COUNTRY S !FRICAN LANGUAGES AND WISHES TO EXTEND ITS INVESTIGATION SCOPE TO OTHER !FRICAN LANGUAGES 4HE OBJECTIVES ARE BOTH SCIENTIlC AND PRACTICAL BECAUSE THE END RESULT IS THE RECOGNITION OF !FRICAN LANGUAGES IN AUTOMATIC SPEECH GENERATION SYSTEMS /N THE BASIS OF A lRST VISIT BY -ICHEL ,AFON AND -ARCEL $IKI +IDIRI IN !PRIL A PARTNERSHIP WAS BORN ON THE AUTOMATIC ANALYSIS OF 3ËNGÚ ON THE ONE HAND WITH THE VIEW TO DEVELOP SOFTWARE THAT CAN PROCESS THIS LANGUAGE AND :ULU ON THE OTHER HAND ! TRIPARTITE FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT -ERAKA ,LACAN )&!3 IS CURRENTLY BEING DRAWN UP

#ALENDAR OF EVENTS PAST AND FUTURE n n *ULY LAUNCH WORKSHOP ON THE STANDARDISATION OF !FRICAN LANGUAGES #0, 0ANSALB

!PRIL ,ING"ET #0, WORKSHOP DElNITION AND SURVEY METHODOLOGY

&EBRUARY TO -ARCH OBSERVATIONS OF CLASSROOMS IN THE 0RETORIA REGION CONDUCTED BY 2ElLWE 2AMAPOSHIAND .THATISI "ULANE #0, )&!3

-ARCH SECOND WORKSHOP #0, )&!3 lRST RESULTS FROM THE CLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS AND PUTTING INTO PERSPECTIVE

MUTUAL STANDARDISATION FOLLOW UP WORKSHOP 0ANSALB #0, )&!3 lNAL WORKSHOP ON RESTITUTION IN 3OUTH !FRICA

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#.23 IS A PUBLIC RESEARCH INSTITUTION WITH STAFF WITHIN RESEARCH UNITS 3IX SCIENTIlC DEPARTMENTS RUN RESEARCH PROGRAMMES COVERING THE MAIN SCIENTIlC lELDS 4HE #ENTRE RUNS RESEARCH ACTIVITIES IN SPECIALISED lELDS AS WELL AS MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES

!MONG THE ACTIVITIES ORGANISED OR SUPPORTED BY THE &RENCH )NSTITUTE OF 2ESEARCH FOR $EVELOPMENT )2$ IN THE FOLLOWING CAN BE HIGHLIGHTED

4HE OFlCE OF THE #.23 IN *OHANNESBURG CONTRIBUTES TO THE #ENTRE S CO OPERATION POLICY IN 3UB 3AHARAN !FRICA AND THE )NDIAN /CEAN 2EGION THANKS TO TOOLS AS DIVERSE AS EXCHANGING RESEARCHERS CURRENTLY SETTING UP NETWORKS )NTERNATIONAL 2ESEARCH .ETWORKS '$2) AS WELL AS MORE TARGETED ACTIONS )NTERNATIONAL 0ROGRAMMES FOR 3CIENTIlC #O OPERATION 0)#3 ! %UROPEAN !SSOCIATED ,ABORATORY ,%! AND OR AN )NTERNATIONAL *OINT 5NITS 5-) COULD ALSO REPRESENT AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MORE SUSTAINED COLLABORATIONS 7HILE 3OUTH !FRICA IS THE MAIN PARTNER OF #.23 FOR 3UB 3AHARAN !FRICA AND THE )NDIAN /CEAN 2EGION AN INCREASING NUMBER OF COUNTRIES HAVE BEEN JOINING VARIOUS RESEARCH ACTIONS CO ORDINATED BY THE #.23 &ORMALISED #O OPERATIONS .INE '$2) ARE OPERATIONAL IN THE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA RUN BY THE OFlCE IN *OHANNESBURG &IVE OF THEM DIRECTLY INVOLVE 3OUTH !FRICAN RESEARCH UNITS AND TWO INCLUDE A PARTNERSHIP WITH )&!3 2ESEARCH 4HE h'OVERNING !FRICAN CITIESv '$2) WILL ORGANISE THREE WORKSHOPS IN FOCUSED ON THE RESEARCH THEMES OF THE NETWORK -OREOVER THE h.ETSUDSv '$2) WHICH STUDIES ACCESS TO )#4S IN 3OUTHERN COUNTRIES IS PREPARING A SYMPOSIUM IN $AKAR 3ENEGAL FOR THE END OF .OVEMBER 4HE h"IODIVERSITY AND 'LOBAL #HANGE IN 3OUTHERN !FRICAv '$2) HELD A MEETING IN !PRIL IN 0RETORIA AND THE h34!2v '$2) 3CIENCE 4ECHNOLOGY AND 2OCK !RT BROUGHT TOGETHER &RENCH AND 3OUTH !FRICAN ARCHAEOLOGISTS AS WELL AS SPECIALISTS OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN -AY IN 0ARIS 4HE h'2%!4v '$2) 'AMMA 2AY %UROPEAN !FRICAN 4ELESCOPE IS FOCUSED ON THE USE OF THE (%33 TELESCOPES ESTABLISHED IN .AMIBIA "IODIVERSITY IS AT THE HEART OF TWO OTHER NETWORKS THE h"IODIVERSITY AND 3USTAINABLE $EVELOPMENT IN -ADAGASCARv '$2) THAT OFlCIALLY BEGAN IN -ARCH AND WILL SOON ORGANISE A 4HEMATIC 3CHOOL IN 4ROPICAL %COLOGY %4%4 AND THE h4ROPICAL BIODIVERSITY AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENTv '$2) THAT LEADS ITS OWN ACTIVITIES IN 7ESTERN !FRICA )N THE lELD OF (UMAN 0ALAEONTOLOGY THE h%VOLUTION OF (OMINIDSv '$2) FOCUSES ITS ACTIVITIES ON +ENYA 4HE h2IGHT OF #ULTURAL (ERITAGE AND 2IGHT OF !RTv '$2) ASSOCIATES TEAMS FROM 3ENEGAL AND .ORTHERN !FRICA 3EVEN 0)#3 ARE CURRENTLY BEING RUN WITH 3OUTH !FRICA AND ANOTHER ONE WITH 'ABON !S FOR THE h)NNATE 2ESPONSE TO 4UBERCULOSISv ,%! WITH THE 5NIVERSITY OF #APE 4OWN IT IS FROM NOW ON OPERATIONAL 4HE !2#53 PROGRAMME INTENDED FOR 3OUTH !FRICA lNANCED BY THE &RENCH $EPARTMENT OF &OREIGN !FFAIRS AND THE )LE DE &RANCE 2EGION AND CO ORDINATED BY THE #.23 FOCUSES ON lVE THEMES BIODIVERSITY ASTROPHYSICS ROCK ART AND SYNCHROTRON APPLIED MATHEMATICS AS WELL AS GEOSCIENCES -OREOVER THE #.23 IS INVOLVED IN THE 3!&E7ATER PROGRAMME IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE &RENCH %MBASSY )2$ AND THE 3OUTH !FRICAN $EPARTMENT OF 3CIENCES AND 4ECHNOLOGY

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#ONTRIBUTION TO THE #HALLENGE 0ROGRAMME 7ATER AND &OOD #07& ,IMPOPO 2IVER "ASIN CLUSTER IN CO OPERATION WITH THE )NTERNATIONAL 7ATER -ANAGEMENT )NSTITUTE )7-) 0RETORIA OFlCE 4HE CAPACITY BUILDING COMPONENT OF THE PROGRAMME IS PROVIDING SUPPORT TO TWO :IMBABWEAN 0H$ 3TUDENTS FROM 7ITS 5NIVERSITY AND TO ONE 3OUTH !FRICAN -ASTER S STUDENT FROM THE 5NIVERSITY OF +WAZULU .ATAL

-ANAGEMENT OF THE SUPPORT PROGRAMME TO .%0!$ /34 /FlCE FOR 3CIENCE AND 4ECHNOLOGY &RESHWATER COMPONENT lNANCIALLY SUPPORTED BY THE &RENCH -INISTRY OF &OREIGN AND %UROPEAN !FFAIRS 4HE PROJECT WHICH IS A JOINT INITIATIVE OF THE !FRICAN -INISTERIAL #ONFERENCE ON 3CIENCE AND 4ECHNOLOGY !-#/34 AND THE !FRICAN -INISTERIAL #ONFERENCE ON 7ATER !-#/7 IS AIMING AT THE IDENTIlCATION OF #ENTRES OF %XCELLENCE FOR CARRYING OUT RESEARCH PROGRAMMES AND ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN THE lELD OF WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 3INCE *ULY A SURVEY HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT OVER THE CONTINENT AMONGST THE POTENTIAL #ENTRES WHICH SHOULD BE SELECTED IN 4HE PROJECT IS CARRIED OUT IN CLOSE CO OPERATION WITH THE 7ATER 2ESEARCH #OMMISSION 72# OF 3OUTH !FRICA

! 2ESEARCH TEAM OF )2$ 25 PERMANENTLY BASED IN THE 3CHOOL OF "IORESOURCES %NGINEERING AND %NVIRONMENTAL (YDROLOGY 5NIVERSITY OF +WA:ULU .ATAL 0IETERMARITZBURG #AMPUS CONDUCTED lELD MEASUREMENTS OVER THE 0OTSCHINI 2ESEARCH #ATCHMENT #AMPAIGNS OF ARTIlCIAL RAINFALL SIMULATION AND SURVEYS OF GEOPHYSICS WERE CARRIED OUT FROM !PRIL TO *ULY ! DAY 3UMMER 3CHOOL ON SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION WAS ALSO ORGANISED IN *ULY FOR "3C AND -ASTER S STUDENTS INCLUDING ON SITE MEASUREMENTS AND EXPERIMENTATIONS AS WELL AS DATA PROCESSING AND INTERPRETATION /NE COMPONENT OF THESE ACTIVITIES IS UNDERTAKEN UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF THE BILATERAL CO OPERATION PROGRAMME 0(# FORMERLY 02/4%!

4WO WORKSHOPS AND A lELD TRIP WERE ORGANISED AT THE 5NIVERSITY OF .ELSON -ANDELA #ITY AND THE 5NIVERSITY OF &ORT (ARE TO *ULY 4HE MEETINGS WERE ORGANISED IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE 0ROGRAMME #/253 h,ES RECOMPOSITIONS TERRITORIALES ET LEURS R├ПF├ПRENTSv AND HAVE INVOLVED GEOGRAPHERS FROM -OROCCO 5NIVERSITY OF -ARRAKECH 3OUTH !FRICA 5NIVERSITIES OF 5+:. 0ORT %LIZABETH AND &ORT (ARE AND &RANCE 5NIVERSITY OF 'RENOBLE 0ARTICIPANTS ALSO ATTENDED AND READ PAPERS AT THE TH #ONFERENCE OF THE 3OUTH !FRICAN 3OCIETY OF 'EOGRAPHERS

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CALENDAR calendrier: 2007 23 nov. -1er déc. 2007:

3ÏMINAIRE INTERNATIONAL DE FORMATION DES ÏTUDIANTS AUX TECHNIQUES DE RELEVÏ VIRTUEL DE L ART RUPESTRE ORGANISÏ PAR L )&!3 2ECHERCHE LE #.23 '$2) 3TAR ET LE 2OCK !RT 2ESEARCH )NSTITUTE DE L 5NIVERSITÏ DU 7ITWATERSRAND )NTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS ON $OCUMENTING 2OCK !RT ORGANISED BY )&!3 2ESEARCH #.23 n'$2) 3TAR AND THE 2OCK !RT 2ESEARCH )NSTITUTE 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND $RAKENSBERG 'IANTS #ASTLE

!TELIER ORGANISÏ PAR #LAIRE "ÏNIT 7ITS EN COLLABORATION AVEC L )&!3 #3( ET (32# ,ANCEMENT DU PROJET D ÏTUDE COMPARÏE )NDE 23! SUR LA PARTICIPATION LOCALE DANS LE CADRE DU PROGRAMME TRANSVERSAL -UTATIONS DÏMOCRATIQUES 7ORKSHOP ORGANISED BY #LAIRE "ÏNIT 7ITS 5NIVERSITY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH )&!3 2ESEARCH #3( AND (32# /PENING OF THE COMPARATIVE )NDIA 3OUTH !FRICA PROJECT ON LOCAL PARTICIPATION WITHIN THE $EMOCRATIC 4RANSFORMATION RESEARCH PROGRAMME

26- 28 nov. 2007:

30 nov.-1er déc. 2007:

#OLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL DES )&2% i 0RÏSENCE DU PASSÏ -ÏMOIRE ET SOCIÏTÏS DES MONDES CONTEMPORAINS w )NTERNATIONAL &RENCH INSTITUTES #ONFERENCE @0RESENCE OF THE 0AST -EMORY AND SOCIETIES OF CONTEMPORARY WORLDS 0ARIS 1UAI "RANLY -USÏE DES !RTS 0REMIERS

11-13 fév. 2008:

#OLLOQUE DE CLÙTURE DU PROGRAMME TRANSVERSAL DES )&2% @-UTATIONS DÏMOCRATIQUES DANS LES PAYS ÏMERGENTS #OMPARAISONS !FRIQUE !MÏRIQUE !SIE #LOSING #ONFERENCE OF TRANSVERSAL &RENCH )NSTITUTES PROGRAMME @$EMOCRATIC 4RANSFORMATION IN %MERGING #OUNTRIES #OMPARING !FRICA !MERICA !SIA *OHANNESBURG 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND

17-19 mar. 2008:

#OLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL )&!3 &-30 SUR @, ÏTAT DE L ÏTUDE DES MIGRATIONS EN !FRIQUE AUSTRALE )NTERNATIONAL #ONFERENCE &-30 n )&!3 @4HE 3TATE OF -IGRATION 3TUDIES IN 3OUTHERN !FRICA *OHANNESBURG 5NIVERSITY OF THE 7ITWATERSRAND

20-21 mar. 2008:

2ÏUNION DE MI PARCOURS 0ROGRAMME DE 2ECHERCHE ,AB #.23 52-)3 )&!3 @-)42!.3 SOUTENU PAR L !.2 (ALF WAY MEETING #.23 52-)3 )&!3 2ESEARCH 0ROGRAMME FUNDED BY !.2

26-28 mar. 2008:

2ÏUNION DE MI PARCOURS DU &30 2ECHERCHE -IGRATIONS )NTERNATIONALES (ALF WAY MEETING FOR &30 2ESEARCH IN )NTERNATIONAL -IGRATION 5NIVERSITY OF 3TELLENBOSCH

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