Ramphele

Ramphele

(ræmˈfɛleɪ)
n
(Biography) Mamphela. born 1947, Black South African political activist: partner of Steve Biko; a director of the World Bank (2000–04); founded the political party Agang (2013)
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Wilson and Ramphele describe the uniqueness of poverty in South Africa along the following three lines: "First, it is the width of the gulf between rich and poor, the degree of inequality.
Wilson and M Ramphele argue, "Poverty is a profoundly political issue." (22) E.
MAMPHELA RAMPHELE, SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICIAN AND ANTIAPARTHEID ACTIVIST
Por ultimo, aprovecho este espacio para felicitar a Sandrine Dixson-Decleve de la Universidad de Cambridge y a Mamphela Ramphele, medica, antropologa y promotora de los derechos humanos, de Sudafrica, por su designacion como copresidentas del Club de Roma.
Steve Biko sharing a light moment with Mamphela Ramphele, circa 1970.
This is succinctly captured by Mamphela Ramphele who notes in "Teach me how to be a man" that "identity formation in almost all cultures is modeled on ideals of what it means to be a man or woman" (1).
An infant nutrition study found that children born in rural areas were more likely to be undernourished than those born in a South African urban setting (Ramphele, Heap and Trollip 1991).
Veena Das, Arthur Kleinman, Margaret Lock, Mamphela Ramphele and Pamela Reynolds (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001), pp.
(4) See Ramphele (1993) for the evolution of migrant hostels as men-only spaces in the Western Cape to 'bedholds' where women and children also lived.
Speaking at a forum dubbed Optimising economic transformations, South Africa Tourism sector support service director general Morongoe Ramphele called on African governments to apply VISA laws that are beneficial to the continent.
Resistance in the 1970s and 1980s to urban-influx controls, particularly by women (Cole 1987; Ramphele 1993; Wells 1993), helped bring an end to the system.
Extant literature points to increasing awareness of the usefulness of IK in various aspects of the lives of communities (Agrawal 1995; Briggs 2005; Gorjestani 2000; Green 2007; 2012; Mercer et al 2010; Nakata 2002; Ngulube & Lwoga 2009; Ossai 2010; Ramphele 1998; Shange 2014; Sillitoe 2004).