Revised 13 May 2019
8 May, 2019, 6-8 pm,
Speaker: Prof Kwandiwe Kondlo, University of Johannesburg
Topic and Abstract The Myth + Reality of Nelson Mandela Venue.
Professor Kondlo followed this well- attended presentation with a discussion with the ANU African Studies Reading Group on May 9th about the South African elections.
10 May, 12.30 -2pm. Water in Africa—Transnational and Interdisciplinary Approaches (Wissing, Aderinan, Abraham). One of the highlights of this talk was a slide showing the scary shrinkage of Lake Chad
16 May. 4-5.30 p.m. Dr Beyongo Mukete Dynamic, ‘Regulating Chinese Investments in Africa’ (at the at the China in the World Centre)
16 May. 4-5pm. Banks Tea Room, Ground Floor, School of Archaeology and Anthropology. A 28 minute Screening of ‘Laamba’ a film about Senegalese wrestling preceded by a short introduction by Paul Hayes ( Paul.Hayes@anu.edu.au).
May. Africa Week Panel Discussion. ‘Africa is the future’. Contributions by diplomats and ANU students. POSTPONED Updates will be on http://africanetwork.weblogs.anu.edu.au/
24 May. Chancellor Gareth Evans, ‘The right to protect’ in Africa’. 5-7.30 pm, Sir Rowland Wilson Building
30 May Dr Bonnie McConnell on African music (To be confirmed, see http://africanetwork.weblogs.anu.edu.au/ )