Pambazuka News 760: Brutal invasions: War, trade and Orwellian terror
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Pambazuka News (English edition): ISSN 1753-6839
CONTENTS: 1. Features, 2. Comment & analysis, 3. Advocacy & campaigns, 4. Jobs
African Union refuses to invade Burundi
Pentagon plans for renewed war in Libya
Trade is war: Postscript to WTO MC10
BRICS face brewing external capitalist crisis and growing internal strife
Chinese traders in Windhoek
Uganda goes to the polls: Bumpy road ahead
Congolese president's onslaught on youth as they rise up for change
Kenny Motsamai: Why I don't want to be out without freedom
The shame of South Africa’s Black political prisoners
Making powering Africa a reality
Ranjit Deshmukh and Grace Wu
Terrorist attacks in Ouagadougou
The jihadist explanation is an unacceptable distraction
Moumina Chériff Sy
Conference Report: African nationalism, history and development
20 African countries still do not treat women as equal citizens
Uganda: Oil and gas was tie breaker at presidential debate
The trumpeter and his trumpet
Vernon Dahmer (1908-1966): An unsung martyr of the civil rights struggle
‘We will not obey’: Statement of Haitian popular movement
Researcher - Southern Africa (1387)
Closing Date:14 February 2016 Location:Johannesburg Salary:$68,699
Vacancy: Director/Deputy Director - Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS)
cc CS CASAS is an Africa-wide Research Centre based in Cape Town which co-ordinates and develops research on pre-eminently the languages of Africa. CASAS seeks applicants for the following positions: -
The Director/Deputy Director should be a person with strong scientific and administrative skills, with a doctorate degree in linguistics or related field, with a focus on African languages. Good computer skills are a requirement for this position. The person should have some experience in African languages orthographical research. He/she should be able to communicate in English. For purposes of its Africa-wide work, communication skills in French or Portuguese would be an added advantage.
Applications, including CVs and the names and addresses of three referees, should be addressed to:
The Chairperson, Board of CASAS Trustees, P.O. Box 359, Rondebosch, 7700, Cape Town, South Africa OR e-mailed to [email protected]
Applications should be received no later than 29 February 2016.
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