Neuma Grobbelaar

Neuma Grobbelaar joined SAIIA in 2001 after serving for 11 years in the South African diplomatic corps. She conducted research on the socio-economic impact of landmines in Southern Africa from 2001-2002 and headed SAIIA’s business in Africa research project from 2002 onwards. She was appointed Deputy Director of Studies in 2002 and Director of Studies in 2005. She holds a B.Admin (Hons) degree in International Relations from the University of Pretoria, an MPhil in History of Art from the University of Glasgow and an MPhil in Economic Policy from the University of Stellenbosch.

Works by this author

Ensuring a Just Energy Transition Through Hydrogen: How the G20 can Support Africa

SADC Futures of e-Mobility: EVs as Enablers of a New Energy Paradigm

SADC e-Mobility Scenarios: Pathways beyond the ICE age

Introducing Electric Vehicles to Southern Africa: A Systemic Innovation Approach Towards a Green New Deal

SADC Regional Development Fund: Operationalisation Imminent?

Operationalising the SADC Regional Development fund

Infrastructure as an Asset Class in Africa

BRICS-Africa Cooperation: Achievements and Opportunities

BRICS, Africa and Global Economic Governance: Achievements and the Future

Co-operation in the South Atlantic Zone: Amplifying the African Agenda

Impact Survey in Mozambique: An essential development tool

SADC Demining Operators Meeting: Grasping the nettle of regional mine action at last?

Observer or participant? The role of civil society in Angola

'Every continent needs an America' The experience of South African firms doing business in Mozambique

Africa's first welfare state: The experience of South African firms doing business in Botswana