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Head of School

Position: Director
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: PhD (Dalhousie, CAN) MPA ( Indiana, USA) B. Admin (UZ)
Tel: +27219593801 (switchboard)
+27219593804 (office)
Email: anhema@uwc.ac.za


Biography

Professor Alfred G. Nhema is the Director of the School of Government. His research interests are in the areas of Democracy and Governance, Public Administration, Public Policy, Peace and Conflict.

Alfred has served on a number of international advisory boards and has also worked at a senior level in the non-governmental organisation sector with a special focus on social science research and capacity building.  He has worked closely with  governmental, non governmental, international organisations, donors, universities and research institutions within the mandate set for the organisations he has been associated with.

Prof Nhema is the author of Democracy in Zimbabwe: from liberation to liberalization. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2002; editor, Zimbabwe: the search for development paradigms. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2017; The quest for peace in Africa: Transformation, democracy and public policy.  Utrecht: The Netherlands, International Books in association with OSSREA, 2004; co-editor with  Zhou, G. Evolving Issues in Public Administration and Governance in Zimbabwe, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2017; co-editor with Jan Aart Scholte & Lorenzo Fioramonti. New Rules for Global Justice: Structural Redistribution in the Global Economy. London: Rowman & Littlefield Publications International Ltd, 2016; co-editor with Paul Tiyambe Zeleza. The Resolution of African Conflicts: the Management of Conflict Resolution and Post-Conflict Reconstruction. Oxford: James Currey and Athens: Ohio University Press, 2008 and The Roots of African Conflicts: the Causes and Costs. Oxford:  James Currey, and Athens: Ohio University Press, 2008.
He has also published numerous refereed articles, book chapters and monographs in the areas of democracy and governance, public administration, public policy, peace and conflict.

Staff

Position:  Associate Lecturer
Department:  School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: BAdmin (UWC), BAdmin (Hons) Political Studies (UWC), Master of Administration-Public Administration (UWC)
Tel: 021 959 3838      
Email: jooghenetega@uwc.ac.za

Position: Projects Development Manager
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: M.Admin (UWC) B.Com(Hons) (UWC), Higher Diploma in Education – HDE (UWC), B.A (UWC)
Tel: 021 95 93 863
Fax: 021 959 3826
Email: aroman@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography:

Allan Roman holds a Masters in Administration wherein he wrote a thesis entitled ‘Financial Reporting and the Public Finance Management Act’ (PFMA). Furthermore, he has a B.Comm (Hons) degree in Finance and Management from the University of the Western Cape.

He offers all-encompassing experience in management positions with regard to financial, human resources, administration and operations management. He has more than 25 years practical experience in being responsible for the managing and supervising of the above mention work disciplines. He trains, facilitates and lectures in the areas of local economic development, public finance reporting, public finance, budgeting, public finance management and legislative frameworks with regard to public finance management.  He lectures on the School of Government’s academic programmes, specifically in the areas of finance and human resource management,  Local Economic Development (LED), Integrated Development Plans (IDP), Finance and Budgeting and Reporting. Allan
has wide-ranging knowledge in financial management, financial reporting and budgeting processes.

His research interest lies in the field of public finances, local government and local economic development and more particularly the challenges practitioners face in the light of poor service delivery.
 

Publications

2012 Roman, AD and Esau, MV. - The disconnect between legislation and application: “The influence of the Public Finance Management Act of 1999 on financial reporting and management in the Department of Community Safety in the Western Cape. Published in Administration Publica – Volume 20 Issue (2). September 2012. Accredited Publication
2011 Roman, AD; Khaile, ST and Cilliers, I. - Developing a reference guide for Western and Eastern Cape Provincial Treasury – Using financial ratios to improve municipal financial health.
2007 Roman, AD. - Financial Reporting and the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) in the Western Cape. Unpublished Masters dissertation, UWC – Bellville.
 

Position: Administrator
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: MPA
Tel: 021-959 3835
Fax: 021-959 3826
Email: bduplessis@uwc.ac.za
 

Position: Administrator
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: B.Admin Honours degree in Public Administration
Tel: 021-959 3850
Fax: 021 959-3849
Email: bmaart@uwc.ac.za
 

Position: Programme Manager: Training and Consultancy Services
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: Masters in Public Administration (CUM LAUDE) Stellenbosch University
Tel: 021 959 3866
Fax: 021 959 3826
Email: ehamza@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

Enayat Hamza has a Master's in Public Administration (CUM LAUDE) from the University of Stellenbosch and heads the School's Executive Training and Consultancy Division (ETCD). In his capacity, he is responsible for initiation and implementation of capacity building interventions at a local, regional and international level.

He has extensive experience in the design, development, delivery and management of public sector and legislative capacity building programmes. He provides overall leadership and co-ordination of the Division's public sector capacity building programmes. He possesses a sound knowledge of the public sector education and training landscape and the broad legislative and policy framework governing education and training in South Africa. As head of the ETCD, Enayat is well aware of the human capital principles and practices required to improve human performance through capacity building interventions. In addition to the above, he was until recently part of a panel of experts to design training programmes and curricula for the SADC-PF Parliamentary Leadership Centre and served as a member of the SADC Parliamentary Leadership Centre Advisory Board.

As head of the ETCD, Enayat has considerable experience in building strategic partnerships with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure the effectiveness of the training programmes delivered. The effectiveness of the programmes is further ensured by means of him regularly keeping abreast of cutting edge management and development trends nationally and internationally, as well as managing organisational change processes and forecasting the effects thereof.
 
Enayat has a record of good human resource management and leadership skills as well as good programme and project management skills, and has developed excellent communication, networking and interpersonal skills, all of which are essential requirements in the field of education and training.

He has also consulted for all three spheres of government in South Africa and abroad. Enayat has been involved in conducting institutional and programme evaluations and the management and delivery of public sector programmes for the past 22 years.
 

Position: Lecturer
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Public Administration, University of the Western Cape; BA Honours in Development Studies, University of the Western Cape; BA Tourism, University of the Western Cape
Tel: +27 21 959 3864
Fax: 27 21 959 3826
Email: fkahaile@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

Fundiswa KhaileDr. Fundiswa Khaile has a PhD in Public Administration. She currently holds the position of a lecturer in the School of Government, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, at the University of the Western Cape. She has published and presented her research both locally and internationally. Her research center around local government and social cohesion including human resources management in the public sector. In 2020, she was awarded a grant by the National Research Fund (Thuthuka). She is a member of the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM), South African Association of Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM), and Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM).

Position: Administrator
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Tel: 021-959 3801
Fax: 021-959 3826
Email: fuhendricks@uwc.ac.za
 

Position: Administrator
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Tel: 021-959 3961
Fax: 021 959-3849
Email: leyssen@uwc.ac.za
 

Position: Lecturer
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: Masters in Public Administration (UKZN), PhD in Public Policy (UKZN)
Tel: +27(0)21 959 3827
Email: mokbandrias@uwc.ac.za
        
Biography
I am passionate about governance as it touches each every one of us in our daily lives. Government at all levels is at the forefront of governance. Good and impactful governance is rather important. That is why I studied my MA in public administration and a PhD in public policy. I have also been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students for a number of years. In addition, I have been training public sector officials at all levels. More importantly, I endeavour to conduct impactful research that I can incorporate into my teaching, supervision and training.

My research interest areas are immigration policy, local government and good governance. The rich experience and insight of the public sector gained from training public officials also comes handy in research, supervision and teaching. I am enthused to work in such a dynamic environment and bring a meaningful change in people, systems and organisations.

Publications

Okbandrias, M. (2017). Geopolitical influence of the Gulf states in East Africa: the case of Djibouti and Eritrea. Journal of African Union Studies, 6(2-3), 117-133.
Okbandrias, M. A., & Okem, A. E. (2016). Cooperatives in Vogue: A Case Study of Cooperatives in South Africa. In Theoretical and Empirical Studies on Cooperatives (pp. 71-80). Springer International Publishing.
Okbandrias, MA. (2013). Land Policy in South Africa: Expectation and Reality, in proceedings of the Annual Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management conference, Nov 7-10, 2013, Washington DC
Okbandrias, MA. (2013). Ethnic Politics in Immigrant Communities – in proceedings of the annual South African Sociological Association conference, July 12-16 2012, Pretoria
Networks
SAAPAM - South African Association of Public Administration and Management. I have been a member of this organisation since 2015
 

Position: Extraordinary Professor
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: PhD in Theoretical Physics (Imperial College, London) and MA in Education Policy, Planning and Management (University of London). He consults to governments, multilateral agencies and the donor community.
Tel: 021 959 3801
Email: mjkahn@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

Professor Michael Kahn is a policy analyst and evaluator of research and innovation. He has maintained a lifelong commitment to development of people, systems and self. To meet these goals, he has served as advisor to the Ministers of Education, as well as Science and Technology, was Chief Director (Informatics) in the Gauteng Government, Acting Director of the Centre for Education Policy Development, Professor of Science Education in Botswana and South Africa, and an Executive Director of the Human Sciences Research Council. He is Extraordinary Professor in the Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology at Stellenbosch University, and a member of its DST-NRF Centre of Excellence in Scientometrics and Science Policy, and Extraordinary Professor of the University of the Western Cape.

Position: Professor
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: PhD (UWC)
Tel: 021 959 3852
Fax: 021 959 3470
Email: mvesau@uwc.ac.za

Biography
Michelle Esau is a Professor in the School of Government in the Economic and Management Sciences Faculty. Her teaching and research interests include human resources management, ethics in the public sector, democracy and citizenship

Michelle has been involved in a number of international projects over the past years. These include the Trust project funded by the Norwegian Government; the Dynamics for Building a Better Society (DBBS) Programme; and the Citizenship Project funded by the Ford Foundation.

She supervises a number of Masters and PhD theses ranging from issues of citizenship to issues of public policy.
 

Position: Lecturer
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications:
  • 2012 – 2015 University of the Western Cape. PhD in Public Administration. Dissertation:  “A critical evaluation of institutional architecture for effective policy implementation, oversight and accountability in the Energy Sector of South Africa: A Petroleum Perspective”.
  • 2008 - 2012 University of the Western Cape. Masters in Public Administration. Mini Thesis: “Impact of migration on selected social services in the Western Cape: A case of Khayelitsha Enkanini Area”.
  • 2010 - 2011 Durban University of Technology. Diploma in Management Development Programme.
  • 2006 - 2007 University of the Western Cape. Honours in Public Administration. Research Project: “Interprovincial migration and the meaning of a developmental state”.
  • 2002- 2005 University of Cape Town. Bachelor of Social Sciences in Political Studies and Public Policy and Administration.
Tel: 021-959-3832
Email: mmakiva@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

Msuthukazi Makiva is presently a lecturer at the School of Government, University of the Western Cape. Currently, she is responsible for teaching all the academic programmes in Public Administration. These modules are: South African Politics and Government (GOV 132), Management in the Public Sector (PUA 321), Issues in Local Government (PUB 707), Human Resource Management and Development in the Public Sector (PUB 704) and co-teaching Managing Change in the Public Sector (MPA 818).

With regards to research, Makiva completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Cape Town majoring in Politics and Public Administration. Her PhD degree in Public Administration studies was awarded by the University of the Western Cape. Her research focused on critically evaluating institutional architecture for effective policy implementation, oversight and accountability in the Energy Sector of South Africa, with specific focus on petroleum downstream industry. She supervises a number of post graduate students across the Public Administration discipline. She has presented papers in conferences and has published in accredited Public Administration journals.

In terms of community participation and administration, Makiva is currently involved in various committees, including coordination of the undergraduate Public Administration programme at UWC.
 

Publications

Book Chapter Publication: Makiva, M. and Ile, I. 2019. “Executive-Legislature relationships and the Promotion of Accountability in South Africa”. Springer International Publisher, AG part of Springer Nature 2019, O. Fagdabedo & F. Ruffin (eds).  Perspective on the legislature and the prospects of accountability in Nigeria and South Africa.
Conference paper and peer reviewed Journal publication. Ile, I. and Makiva, M. 2017. “Monitoring legislative oversight and accountability for sector based transformation in South Africa: A petroleum downstream perspective”. Publisher is African Journal of Public Affairs, Volume 9, Number 6, March 2017. 
Conference paper and peer reviewed Journal publication. Ile, I. and Makiva, M. 2013. “Evaluating social housing intervention strategies in a South African municipality with particular reference to the City of Cape Town”. Publisher is African Journal of Public Affairs, Volume 6, Number 4, December 2013
 

Networks

  • Member of EMS Faculty Student Affairs Committee representing the School of Government of the University of the Western Cape.
  • Member of Teaching and Learning Committee.
  • Board Member of EMS Faculty at the University of the Western Cape.
  • Public Administration Undergraduate Programme Coordinator.
  • Currently an associate member of Community Advisory Board at the University of Stellenbosch Desmond Tutu TB Centre.

Position: Professor
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: PhD (Johns Hopkins University); MA (Cum Laude) ( University of Witwatersrand); BA Hons  (University of Witwatersrand); BA (UCT)
Tel: 021-959 3869
Fax: 021-959 3849
Email: gruiters@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

Current Position: Professor of Public Policy, School of Government, University of Western Cape. Co-Director Municipal Services Project.
Previous Position: Director of Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) and Mathew Goniwe Chair and Professor in Development and Society, Rhodes University
 

Publications

Uwimpuhwe, D., & Ruiters, G. (2018). Organising Somalian, Congolese and Rwandan Migrants in a Time of Xenophobia in South Africa: Empirical and Methodological Reflections. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 1-18. ​​
Bond, P., & Ruiters, G. (2017). Uneven development and scale politics in southern Africa: what we learn from Neil Smith. Antipode, 49, 171-189.
Ruiters, G. (2018). The Moving Line Between State Benevolence and Control: Municipal Indigent Programmes in South Africa. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 53(2), 169-186​​

Position: Emeritus Professor
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: PhD, MUP (Illinois, USA); MA (UCT completed), HED (Cum Laude), BA HONS, BA (UWC)
Tel: 021-959 3801
Fax: 021-959 3826
Email: jjwilliams@uwc.ac.za
 

Research Domain

SOCIAL CHANGE with special reference to socio-economic-political TRANSFORMATION, emphasizing GRASSROOTS MOBILIZATION, Local Government Management, Urban Planning, Local Government Policy Implementation, governance, democratic citizenship and the enforcement of constitutional rights (both locally and globally/comparatively). Using Mixed Methods Research (MMR), my work emphasizes the epistemological dimensions of research, probing questions such as: Whose knowledge counts and why -- Occidental and Non-Occidental knowledge formations; ontology, heuristics, hermeneutics, axiology, deontology, eschatology; existentialism, historical/dialectical materialism, the commodification of knowledge: Karl Marx and the 21st Century Discontents;  see https://www.researchgate.net/profile/John-Williams-81

 

Professional and Institutional Leadership

Chair of Research Committee: Economic and Management Sciences, 2004-2010, only EMS scholar amongst top 20 UWC leading researchers, 2007, p 7, Bibliometric Profile by Prof Johann Mouton Centre for Research on Science and Technology (CREST), University of Stellenbosch. My research is listed on the following websites:
 

Research

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/John-Williams-81
https://uwc.academia.edu/JohnJWilliams
https://scholar.google.co.za/citations?user=tff8nkkAAAAJ&hl=
University of Sussex, UK
Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany
CLACSO, (THE LATIN AMERICAN COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES), https://www.clacso.org/en/
CODESRIA [Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa ], http://www.codesria.org
Participatory Research in Asia

Position: Professor in Public Administration
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications:  
University of Pretoria, School of Public Administration and Management (SPMA)

Qualification obtained : PhD (Public Affairs) 2003-2007

University of the North, Graduate School of Leadership,

Qualification obtained : Master of Public Administration (MPA) 2000-2001

Institute of Computer and Management Studies, Lagos

Qualification obtained : Diploma (1990-1991)

University of Ibadan, Rivers State college of Education, Port -Harcourt, Rivers State.

Qualification obtained: Bachelor of Education (B. Ed, Hons). 1986-1990.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS

  • Certificate in the Management of Recognition of Prior learning , Awarded by Technikon South Africa (2003)
  • Certified Project Manager, Awarded by Buffalo City College (2003)
  • Higher Education Accredited Assessor (2005) Awarded by ETDP SET (ETDP – SETA no:  LRN2132877581IL/SAQA relevant)

Tel: 021-959 3829
Fax: 021-959 3849
Email: iile@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY AND GOVERNMENT STRUCTURES

Pathfinder club counsellor, Bellville South Adventist Church 2011

Registered volunteer, Alta du Toit corps, Bellville  2010

Volunteer,  Outreach programme, SDA church. Bellville 2009- Date

Member, Safety and security committee (Boston Primary School), Bellville, Cape Town. 
 
Invited by the South African Minister of Public Service and Administration – Min. Geraldine Frasier Moleketi  - to participate and organise the 2005 Africa Day debates – Eastern Cape in July 2005.

Volunteer/Joint Coordinator, Westenburg Soup Kitchen, Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA), SDA Church, Westenburg, Pietersburg, South Africa (2000 – 2001).

Volunteer – Nkonkobe Municipality, Strategic Planning Unit, Fort Beaufort, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Involved in writing up a business/investment profile for the Municipality and Nkonkobe Economic Development Agency, working closely with the Strategic Planning Manager and the Publicity Officer.

Chairperson – Dorcas/community outreach unit. SDA Church, King Williams Town, South Africa (2003 – 2005)
 

Publications

  • Research output: books, papers published and conference presentations
  • Key research themes – Governance & Public Policy (Public participation Implementation, Monitoring & Evaluation & Management


D. 1. Academic qualification researches (theses written)

  • Ile, I. U. 2007. “A public administration approach to managing intergovernmental relations in the governance of the state: A case review of Nigeria and South Africa”. Doctoral thesis, School of Public Management and Administration (SPMA), University of Pretoria.
  • Ile, I. U. 2002.  “Gender equity versus job performance: An examination of the implementation of affirmative action policy at a local government administration in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa”.  Unpublished Master of Public Administration & Management degree dissertation, University of the North (Turfloop Graduate School of Leadership, Faculty of Management Sciences & Law and the School of Public Management and Administration, University of Pretoria, 2002.
  • Ile, I. U. 1990.  “Violence and the electoral system: A comparative study of party-based and non-party-based elections in Nigeria”. Unpublished Bachelor of Education (Honours) degree dissertation (in Education & Political Science), University of Ibadan (Rivers State College of Education), 1990.

D.2. - Research outputs

Books

  • Allen-Ile COK, Kayane M & Ile, I. U. (eds.) 2015. Governance & Resource Management in Southern Africa. Challenges and Strategies for advancement. Durban: Reach Publishers.
  • Chris Thornhill, Gerda Van Dijk and  Ile, I.U (eds.).  2014. Public Administration & management in South Africa. A developmental perspective. Cape Town : Oxford University Press
  • Ile, I.U. 2014. Monitoring and evaluating the quality of policy implementation. In Chris Thornhill, Gerda Van Dijk and  Ile, I.U (eds.). Public Administration & management in South Africa. A developmental perspective. Cape Town : Oxford University Press
  • Ile I. U, Eresia- Eke C.E & Allen-Ile C.O.K. 2012. Monitoring and Evaluation of Policies, programmes and Projects. Van Schaik Publishers
  • Ile, I. U. 2009. A public Administration approach to managing intergovernmental relations system in the governance of the state. A case review of Nigeria & South Africa. Germany: VDM Publishers.

Book chapters published (all peer-reviewed)

  • M. Makiva & I.U.Ile 2018. Executive- legislative relationships and the promotion of accountability and transparency in South Africa. In Fagnadebo, Omololu, Ruffin & Fayth (Eds). Perspectives on the legislature and prospects of accountability in Nigeria and South Africa.  New York : Springer. pp 85-104.
  • Ile, I. U. 2017. Reforms without Expected results? Result based Monitoring and Evaluation in Nigeria’s Higher Education. In E. Shizha & N. Makuvaza (eds). Re-thinking postcolonial Education in Sub-Saharan Africa in the 21st century. Post millennium goals. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. pp 221-240.
  • Ile, I.U. 2016. Public Sector office management and administration In E Draai, Van Rooyen E & Raga K. (eds). A practical introduction to Public Management. Cape Town : Oxford University Press. Pp 60-89
  • Ile, I. U & Dinbabo M. 2015. Evidence based policy making in the age of globalisation: measuring the impact of Chinese investments on women in sub-Saharan Africa In E. Shizha & L. Diallo (eds) Africa in the age of globalisation. Perceptions, misperceptions and realities. England: Ashgate. Pp 151-170. 
  • Eresia-Eke C, Allen-Ile COK, & Ile, I. U. 2015. Result based monitoring and Evaluation- A critical element for effective resource management. In COK Allen-ILE, HM Kanyane &  I.U Ile (eds.) Governance & Resource Management in Southern Africa. Challenges and Strategies for advancement. Durban: Reach Publishers. Pp 44-67.
  • Ile, I. U. 2015. Effective intergovernmental relations in South Africa: A fundamental element in the quest for improved governance. In COK Allen-ILE, HM Kanyane & I.U Ile (eds.) Governance & Resource Management in Southern Africa. Challenges and Strategies for advancement. Durban; Reach Publishers. Pp 100- 118.
  • Mubangizi B & Ile, I. U. 2015. Making the case for citizen participation for good governance and sustainable livelihoods. In COK Allen-ILE, HM Kanyane & I.U Ile (eds.) Governance & Resource Management in Southern Africa. Challenges and Strategies for advancement. Durban; Reach Publishers. Pp 70-96.
  • Chris Thornhill, Gerda Van Dijk and  Ile, I.U (eds.).  2014. Public Administration & management in South Africa. A developmental perspective. Cape Town : Oxford University Press
  • Ile, I.U. 2014. Monitoring and evaluating the quality of policy implementation. In Chris Thornhill, Gerda Van Dijk and  Ile, I.U (eds.). Public Administration & management in South Africa. A developmental perspective. Cape Town : Oxford University Press
  • Ile, I. U. 2009. A public Administration approach to managing intergovernmental relations system in the governance of the state. A case review of Nigeria & South Africa. Germany: VDM Publishers.

Peer reviewed journal articles

  • Ile, I., and Boadu S, E., 2018. The paradox of youth empowerment; Exploring Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) in Ghana. Cogent Social Science Journal (Accepted 10th September 2018).
  • Boadu S, E., and Ile, I., 2018. The politics of youth participation in social intervention programmes in Ghana: Implications for participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E). Journal of Reviews on Global Economics (JRGE) (Accepted 10th September 2018)
  • Ile I U & Boadu E. 2017. Rethinking participation in monitoring and evaluation. Beneficiaries’ perspectives from Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP). Loyola Journal of Social Sciences. Vol XXXI, No 2. July- Dec.
  • Ile I.U & M. Makiva. 2017. Monitoring legislative oversight and accountability for sector based transformation in South Africa. A petroleum downstream perspective. African Journal of Public affairs. Vol 9, No 9. March 2017. pp12-24.
  • Ilori, E. & Ile I U., 2015.  Sustainability of Small and Medium Enterprise development. The case of the National Directorate of Employment in Akure, Nigeria – an evaluation. African Journal of Public Affairs. Vol. 8, No. 1. March 2015. pp. 80-91
  • Mohy-Ud-Din, S. & Ile, I.U. 2015. “A process evaluation of the National Youth Development Agency Grant Programme with respect to the beneficiaries of the western Cape for the period 2013-2014. Published in the proceedings of the 3rd biennial conference of the University of Botswana, themed: transforming and growing economies through sustainable business innovation. July 2015.
  • Ile, I.U & Dinababo, M. 2014. Evaluating the impact of selected social welfare policies in South Africa (1994-2014): Challenges and opportunities. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences. July –Dec 2014. Vol XXIX N0 2. pp. 137-158
  • Mohammed, F., & Ile, I.U. 2014. An exploratory study of public service compliance to the code of conduct & related issues on conflict of interest in South Africa. A leadership perspective, Journal of Leadership & Management. Vol. 1, No 1.
  • Ile, I.U. & Makiva M. 2013. Evaluating social housing intervention strategies in a South African Municipality; with particular reference to the City of Cape Town. African journal of Public Affairs. Volume 6 Number 4. December 2013.
  • Bama, N. K. & Ile, I. U. 2013. Evaluating graduate employability in the city of Cape Town with specific reference to the Environmental Internship Programme (2005-2013). Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management Journal, pp. 105-114. November 2013.
  • Ile, I. U. 2012. Leadership imperatives for improving policy monitoring and evaluation in the South African Public service. African Journal of Public Affairs. Vol. 5, No 3, pp. 16-35. December 2012.
  • Ile, I. U. & Mubangizi, B. 2012. Advancing the role of Citizen Participation for good governance and sustainable livelihoods in selected African countries. Uganda Journal of Management & Public Policy Studies (November), Vol. 4, Number 1, pp. 18-35.
  • Ile, I. U. & Garr, E. 2012. Financing health care & Policy issues in developing countries. Decision making in Ghana’s health insurance policy process. African Journal of Business Management, (Feb.) Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 2375-2383.
  • Ile, I. U. 2011. Deepening Democracy through Effective Public Spaces in Africa – Reality or Fallacy. African Journal of Public Affairs (June). Volume 4 number 1.
  • Ile, I. U. & Garr, E. 2011. Infrastructure policy reforms and rural poverty reduction in Ghana. The case of Keta Sea Defence project. African Journal of Governance and Development Vol. 1, No 1.
  • Ile, I. U. & Sampson C. 2010. Observing citizen participation practices in federal states: contrasts in USA and Nigeria. Administratio Publica, Vol. 18, No 2., pp. 129-147.
  • Ile, I. U. & Mapuva J. 2010. Citizen participation and democracy - safeguarding citizen participation through Government of National Unity (GNU) or democracy violated? Journal of Public Administration.  March 2010. Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 30-42.
  • Ile, I.U. 2010. Strengthening intergovernmental relations for improved service delivery in South Africa: issues for consideration. Journal of US-China Public Administration), Jan 2010. Vol. 7, No.  1.
  •  Ile, I.U. 2010. Enhancing Local Economic Development in resourced areas of Africa: An investigation of the efficacy of public participation processes in the resourced Niger Delta Area of Nigeria: The case of Ogba community. Journal of Public Administration, October 2008. Vol. 43, No 3.1.
  • Kuye, J. O & Ile, I.U. 2008. Public service reform philosophies: A rethink of Nigeria’s “Servicom” and South Africa’s “Batho Pele” principles in an era of global restructuring and reform. African Journal of Public Affairs, July, 2008. Vol. 2, No 2.
  • Ile, I. U. & Mapuva, J. 2008. Civil society and citizen participation in governance processes in Zimbabwe. Published in the Journal of Public Administration, June 2008. Vol. 43, No 2.
  • Kuye, J. O & Ile, I.U. 2007. Realizing the full potential of the public service reform philosophies: with particular reference to Nigeria’s Servicom and South Africa’s Batho Pele Principles. Published in the Journal of Public Administration, December 2007.Vol 42, No 5
  • Kuye, J. O & Ile, I.U. 2007. Accelerating public service delivery through the management of intergovernmental relations in Nigeria and South Africa. Published in the African Journal of Public Affairs, December 2007. Vol. 1, No. 1
  • Ndevu, J. Z., Allen-Ile, C. O. K. & Ile, I. U. 2007. The relationship between human resource development practices and service delivery in a South African local government environment. Published in the Journal of Public Administration, December 2007.Vol 42, No 5.
  • Allen-Ile, C. O. K., Ile, I. U. & Muyaka, S. A. 2007. Public sector employee’s perception on performance management system’s influence on career development. Journal of Public Administration, December 2007. Vol 42, No 4.
  • Ile, I. U. 2004. Federalism in a multi-ethnic state with special reference to Nigeria. South African Journal of Public Administration, December 2004. Vol. 39, No. 4.

Other research work/Publications

  • Ile, I.U. 2007. Education in the Eastern Cape -  a Case study. In C Dennis & A. Fentiman (eds.) Alternative Basic Education in African Countries emerging from conflict; Issues of policy, contribution and Access”. London: A DFID publication.
  • Basic education approaches for countries emerging from conflict, a South African perspective. (DFID/AET commissioned research) – May 2005
  • An evaluation of Africa Educational Trust /NORAD scholarships in Southern Africa (An AET commissioned research) 2004.
  • Developed two leadership case histories that were both published by Leadership Regional Network (LeaRN) – Funded by Kellogg Foundation–2003 (co-authored with Dr Sibongile Muthwa)
  • Eastern Cape Provincial Department of Education Work-place Skills Plan Compilation Report. 2002

Papers accepted/presented at conferences

  • Ilori E., Ile I.U., & Allen-Ile C.O.K. 2018. A review of the impact of a small micro and medium enterprise policy on youth employment and enterprise development: case of the role of the Small Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN). A paper presented in the 5th Business Management conference. Hosted by the University of KwaZulu- Natal, College of Law & Management sciences at the Protea Hotel Edward, Durban, South Africa.
  • Boadu E.  Ile I.U. 2018. “Between Power and Perception: Understanding of youth insights in participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E)”. Paper presented on 9th May 2018 at the South African Association of Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM)17th Annual Conference dubbed as “Building State Capacity for Democracy's Developmental Mandate” at North West University, Mahikeng, South Africa.
  • De Vries & Ile I.U. 2018. Enhancing participatory democracy through ward committees in the Knysna Municipality.)”. Paper presented on 9th May 2018 at the South African Association of Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM)17th Annual Conference dubbed as “Building State Capacity for Democracy's Developmental Mandate” at North West University, Mahikeng, South Africa.
  • Ile, I. U & Makiva M. 2016. Legislative oversight and accountability effectiveness in ensuring transformation in the Petroleum downstream sector, South Africa. A paper presented at the Association of Southern African Schools and Departments of Public Administration and Management (ASSADPAM) Annual Conference. (26-27 October 2016)
  • Ile, I. U & Makiva M. 2016. Policy implementation effectiveness & transformation by historically disadvantaged South Africans in the Petroleum downstream sector. A paper presented at the Association of Southern African Schools and Departments of Public Administration and Management (ASSADPAM) Annual Conference. (26-27 October 2016)
  • Ile, I. U & Ilori E. 2016. Assessing the impact of the national directorate of employment policy on selected Agro chemical Small medium enterprises in Akure, Nigeria. A paper presented at the International conference on interdisciplinary research  studies, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA , Spring  (March ) 2016
  • Ile, I. U. 2015. “Evaluating post-electoral arrangements in Africa: In search of a consensus or promoting blatant disregard for citizen preferences” Paper presented at the 9th International Conference for Peace and Security Studies, Port Harcourt, Nigeria (09-13 August 2015).
  • Mohy-Ud-Din, S. & Ile, I.U. 2015. “A process evaluation of the National Youth Development Agency Grant Programme with respect to the beneficiaries of the western Cape for the period 2013-2014. Presented at the international conference on transforming and growing economies through sustainable business innovation. 3rd biennial conference, Maun, Botswana (8-10th July 2015)
  • Ile, I. U. 2012. “Leadership imperatives for improving public policy monitoring and Evaluation in the South African Public service”. A paper presented under the leadership track at the International Association of Schools & Institutes of Administration IASIA), NIDA, Bangkok, Thailand (17th July 2012).
  • Ile I. U. & Makiva M. A. 2012. “Eradicating Shanty Towns in Cape Town, An analysis of public housing intervention strategies in a South African Municipal Government”. Paper presented under track/workshop 79 (Public, Voluntary and Not for profit management) at the University of Limerick, Ireland, (29 June 2012).
  • Ile I. U. & Makiva M. A. 2012. “Addressing the housing backlogs in Cape Town: An analysis of Social housing intervention strategies in a South African municipal government”. A paper presented at the Annual South African Association of Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM) conference, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein (07-09 March 2012).
  • Ile, I. U. 2011. “Inculcating a peoples servicing public administration in Africa: What do we need? A paper presented at the launch of the Western Cape chapter of South African Association of Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM). Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town Campus (20th October 2011).
  • Ile, I. U. 2010. “Quest for participatory governance through strong Leadership in the Ogba Oil producing community, Niger Delta Region”. A paper presented at the VLIR project Seminar on citizenship and Democracy. Crystal Towers, Century City Cape Town (16 & 17 March 2010).
  • Ile, I. U. 2010. “Public entrepreneurship or participatory governance in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: A leadership perspective”. Accepted for presentation under the leadership track at the IASIA conference, Bali, Indonesia (July 2010).
  • Ile, I. U. & Hamza, E. 2010. “Bridging societal Inequalities through Public Administration Education and Training in South Africa: Challenges and opportunities for Higher Education Institutions”.  Accepted for the IASIA conference, Bali, Indonesia (July 2010) 
  • Ile, I. U. & Allen-ILE, C. O. K. 2010. “Sustainable development through oil diplomacy and participatory governance: the case of OGBA community in the Niger delta region of Nigeria" Paper accepted for the IFSAM world conference, Paris, France (8-10 July 2010). 
  • Ile, I. U. 2009. “Deepening democracy through effective public spaces in Africa – reality or fallacy?” Paper presented under the sub-theme – Public Administration theory in the contemporary state at the International Conference on Public Administration, University of Pretoria. (5-6 November 2009).
  • Ile, I. U. 2009. “Leadership and the governance of oil diplomacy: The case of Ogba community in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Governance for Sustainable Development: implications for public administration education and practice". Paper accepted for the IASIA International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (3 to 8 August 2009).
  • Ile, I. U. 2009. “Enhancing LED in resourced areas of Africa: An investigation of the efficacy of public participation models/processes in the resourced Niger Delta Area of Nigeria: The case of Ogba community. A paper presented at the 9th Annual SAAPAM conference, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein (30-31 October 2008).
  • Allen-ILE, COK, Ile, IU & Munyaka, S 2008. “The role of performance management in the building of human resources in the public service of a South African provincial government”. Presented at IFSAM (international Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management, Fudan University, Shanghai (July 26-28, 2008).
  • Ndevu, J. Z., Allen-Ile, C. O. K. & Ile, I. U. 2008. The relationship between human resource development practices and service delivery in a South African Local government environment. Presented at the 8th Annual SAAPAM conference Cape Sun, 1-2 November 2007
  • Ile, I. U. 2007. “Realizing the full potential of the public service reform philosophies: with particular reference to Nigeria’s Servicom and South Africa’s Batho Pele Principles”. Presented at the 8th Annual SAAPAM conference Cape Sun, (1-2 November 2007)
  • Ile, I. U. 2005. “A relational approach to the practice of good governance”. A Paper Presented at the Eastern Cape Department of Social Development Conference on Good Governance held at Butterworth, RSA (25 October 2005)
  • Allen-Ile C.O.K & Ile, I. U. 2005. “Strengthening Government Machinery through effective Delegation: A viewpoint”. A Paper Presented at the South Africa Association of Public Administration & Management (SAAPAM) (Eastern Cape conference) held at the Walter Sisulu University (Ex-Border Technikon, Berlin Campus)  (August 12, 2005).
  • Ile, I. U. 2005 Approaches for education in countries emerging from conflict, a South African perspective”.  A paper presented at a DFID funded educational conference, Fair view Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. (May 2005)

Forth coming papers (Conference presentations/journals/Book chapters)

  • Paper - Result based monitoring and evaluation in social projects - Lessons from South Africa". To be presented at the Ignitius Ajuru University, Port Harcourt.
  • Book: Decolonisation of the Public administration curriculum
  • Book. Ile I. U, Eresia- Eke C.E & Allen-Ile C.O.K. 2019. Monitoring and Evaluation of Policies, programmes and Projects. Van Schaik Publishers  2nd edition.
  • Journal paper - “The impact of social responsibility programmes of selected oil exploration companies on specific groups in the Egi host communities, Niger Delta; a youth and gender perspective. Work in progress. Ile, I.U & Eresia-Eke Kerindu."

Previous research endeavours:

  • Principal investigator – Monitoring and Evaluation of migrants’ access to social services. A comparative study of the United States and South Africa. 2018. A joint international research project consisting of academics from the University of Missouri, USA and the University of the Western Cape. Focus: public policy M & E, Migration
  • Member of a joint international research team consisting of academics from the University of Missouri, USA and the University of the Western Cape. Focus: Growing Public Spaces in South Africa and United states. A Research Collaboration Between the School of Government, University of the Western Cape and the Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri.
  • Member of the VLIR (Netherlands) funded research project in Sub- Saharan Africa. Focus on Governance in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria.
  • Lead researcher, conducted two researches on behalf of the University of the Fort Hare Institute of Government (FHIG) on the Leadership Regional Network (LeaRN) project funded by the Kellogg Foundation. The project included detailed case history researches, write-ups and presentations on two prominent leaders in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Period: First quarter 2002. Fort Hare Institute of Government (FHIG), University of Fort Hare. ​​​

Position: Associate Professor
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications:
  • 2006 Graduated Philosophiae Doctor Degree UWC, Economics and Management Sciences Faculty
  • 1998 Graduated Masters of Arts Degree in Development UWC Faculty of Arts
  • 1997 Certificate course in “Internationalisation and Regionalisation Political and Economic Aspects” International Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) and the Centre International Des Etudiants et Stagiaires (CIES) in Paris
  • 1995 Graduated Post Graduate Diploma in Economics UCT School of Economics
  • 1995 Graduated Post Graduate Advanced Diploma for Educators of Adults UCT Faculty of Education
  • 1983 Graduated BA Degree UCT Faculty of Arts
  • 1983 Graduated Higher Diploma Education UCT Faculty of Education
Tel: 021-959 3851
Fax: 021- 959 3849
Email: lpretorius@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

I am registered for an internationally accredited and recognised Master in Development Finance Degree with the Africa Centre for Investment Analysis (ACIA) based at the University of Stellenbosch Business School.
I design, coordinate and lecture modules to students reading for their Honours and Masters degrees. These modules include: State and Civil Society Policy Engagement (2000-2010); Introduction to Economics and Public Sector Finance (2001-2010), and Public Sector Finance and Budgeting (2005-2010); as well as Issues in Urban Development Management Strategies (2005-2007). I facilitate and teach modules in Development Economics (2010) and Local Economic Development (2010).

During 2000/1, I was a visiting lecturer in the Department of Public Management and Law in the Faculty of Business at Peninsula Technikon now the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) to students doing the courses: Local Government Management 11 & 111, Public Sector Finance 1 and 111 and Public Development Management 1 and 1V. I was guest lecturer at the University of Port Elizabeth where I facilitated and taught on a module of the political economy of South Africa.

I supervise the students writing research reports, mini-thesis and full thesis for the degrees MPA, M Admin and PHD. I am also an internal examiner and evaluate research reports of students supervised by other lecturers on the MPA, M Admin and PHD. degree programme. I am both an external moderator and examiner for the Btech. Public Management, and external examiner for the Master's Degree thesis at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, University of Stellenbosch and Cape Peninsula University of Technology. I have also participated in many conferences
 

Position: Professor
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: PhD (Economic Geography, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore); BA (Economics, Swarthmore College, Philadelphia)
Tel: 021 959 3849
Fax: 021 959 3826
Email: pbond@uwc.ac.za
 

Biography

Previous Position: Distinguished Professor of Political Economy, University of the Witwatersrand School of Governance, 2015-19
Patrick Bond specialises in political economy, geopolitics, political ecology (resource extraction, energy, water and climate change), social mobilisation, state-society relations and public policy.

His books include:
BRICS and Resistance in Africa: Contention, Assimilation and Co-optation (co-edited with Justin van der Merwe and Nicole Dodd; Zed Books, 2019)
BRICS: An Anti-Capitalist Critique (co-edited with Ana Garcia; Pluto Press, Haymarket, Jacana and Aakar Press, 2015)
South Africa – The Present as History (co-authored with John Saul; Jacana Books and James Currey Press, 2014)
Elite Transition: From Apartheid to Neoliberalism in South Africa (Pluto Press and UKZN Press, 2014, 2005 and 2000)
Politics of Climate Justice: Paralysis Above, Movement Below (UKZN Press, 2012)
Durban’s Climate Gamble: Trading Carbon, Betting the Earth (edited, Unisa Press, 2011)
Zuma’s Own Goal: Losing South Africa’s ‘War on Poverty’ (co-edited with Brij Maharaj and Ashwin Desai; Africa World Press and the SA Netherlands Programme in Alternatives to Development, 2010)
Climate Change, Carbon Trading and Civil Society: Negative Returns on South African Investments (co-edited with Rehana Dada and Graham Erion; UKZN Press, 2009)
The Accumulation of Capital in Southern Africa: Rosa Luxemburg’s Contemporary Relevance (co-edited with Horman Chitonge and Arndt Hopfmann; Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, 2007)
Looting Africa: The Economics of Exploitation (Zed Books and UKZN Press, 2006, republished as A Pilhagem na África, South Links 2008)
Talk Left, Walk Right: South Africa’s Frustrated Global Reforms (UKZN Press, 2006, 2004)
Trouble in the Air: Global Warming and the Privatised Atmosphere (co-edited with Rehana Dada; TransNational Institute, 2005)
Fanon’s Warning: A Civil Society Reader on the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Africa World Press, 2005, 2002)
Against Global Apartheid: South Africa meets the World Bank, IMF and International Finance (Zed Books and University of Cape Town Press, 2003, 2001)
Zimbabwe’s Plunge: Exhausted Nationalism, Neoliberalism and the Search for Social Justice (co-authored with Masimba Manyanya; UKZN Press, Merlin Press, Weaver Press and Africa World Press, 2003, 2002)
Unsustainable South Africa: Environment, Development and Social Protest (UKZN Press and Merlin Press, 2002)
Cities of Gold, Townships of Coal: South Africa’s New Urban Crisis (Africa World Press, 2000)
An RDP Policy Audit (co-authored with Meshack Khosa for Human Sciences Research Council Press, 1999)
Uneven Zimbabwe: A Study of Finance, Development and Underdevelopment (Africa World Press, 1998)
From 2015 to 2019, Patrick was Distinguished Professor of Political Economy at the University of the Witwatersrand School of Governance (WSG), where he also worked from 1997 to 2004 as the founder of the doctoral programme and co-director of the Municipal Services Project.

Between 2004 and 2015, he was Senior Professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal School of Built Environment and Development Studies, and also served as Director of the Centre for Civil Society. In this he was also visiting professor at Gyeongsang National University, South Korea and an associate of the Leverhulme Centre for the Study of Value at the University of Manchester.

On sabbatical, he was a visiting scholar at the University of California/Berkeley Department of Geography in 2010/11, and at York University’s Department of Political Science and Faculty of Environmental Sciences in 2003/04. He was assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in 1994/95. He has held visiting posts at a dozen universities and presented lectures at more than 100 others. Other current affiliations include the National School of Government as an advisor, and the School for International Training as a guest faculty member.  Patrick is also an editorial advisory board member to ten international academic journals.

In service to the new South African government from 1994-2002, Patrick authored and edited more than a dozen major policies, including the Reconstruction and Development Programme and RDP White Paper. He was earlier based at two Johannesburg NGOs (National Institute for Economic Policy, 1996-97 and Planact, 1990-94); at the University of Zimbabwe’s Department of Political and Administrative Studies (1989-90); and in Washington, DC at the Institute for Policy Studies, Pacifica Radio, MarketPlace Radio, and international trade unions (late 1980s). He was also active in anti-apartheid advocacy and the US student movement, and in 1995 worked in the International Liaison Office of Haitian President Aristide.

Patrick earned his doctorate in economic geography under the supervision of David Harvey at Johns Hopkins University (1985-92), following studies at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance (Philadelphia, 1983-85) and an undergraduate economics degree at Swarthmore College (Philadelphia, 1979-83).

Publications

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Position: Associate Lecturer
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: Hons Public Policy and Administration (UCT), Master's in Public Administration (UWC)
Tel: +2721 959 3839
Email: tzgambo@uwc.ac.za
 

Position: Programme Administrator
Department: School of Government (SOG)
Faculty: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Qualifications: Post Graduate Diploma in Governance and Public Administration
Tel: 021-959 3831
Fax: 086  541 3877
Email: vhaywood@uwc.ac.za
 

 
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