Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA)

The Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA) was first established in 1960 as a non-profit organization in Pretoria. AISA’s mandate is to produce knowledge aimed at informing sustainable political and socioeconomic development in Africa. AISA’s vision is to be ‘An indispensable African voice on African Affairs’ and our 2011-2015 Research Agenda is “Seeking solutions for Africa’s developmental challenges.”

Latest publications

Disrupting Cycles of Violence in Africa Unlocking Complex Dimensions of Human Security

Addressing Terrorism Threats around the Globe What Africa could Learn from some of the Recent Terrorist Attacks around the World

Governing African Extractives for Development Lessons from Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue Management Law

Norm Revisionists, not Norm Breakers The Emerging Multipolar Landscape of Peace Operations

Will China's Reforms Impact FOCAC?

Can South Africa’s Sugar Industry Contribute to Clean Energy Supply? Lessons from Best Practices in Cogeneration

Health Systems as a Neglected Developmental Pillar: The Case of Ebola in West Africa

The Negative Costs of Delaying the African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises

The Negative Costs of Delaying the African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises

Issue-Based Politics vs Personality-Based Politics A Tale of Two Nations

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