Ruth First Prize
Review of African Political Economy
The Editorial Working Group of Review of African Political Economy (ROAPE) is pleased to announce the winner of the Ruth First prize. The prize is awarded for the best article published by an African author in the journal in a publication year.
You can browse the winning articles below.
|2020||Lawrence Ntuli||The strategies and tactics of fighting against precarisation of work: a comparative study of precarious workers’ struggles in two South African municipalities||47||163|
|2019||Paddington Mutekwe||Resistance and repression in Zimbabwe: a case study of Zimplats mine workers||46||160|
|2018||Mondli Hlatshwayo||The new struggles of precarious workers in South Africa: nascent organisational responses of community health workers||45||157|
|2017||Papa Faye||The politics of recognition, and the manufacturing of citizenship and identity in Senegal’s decentralised charcoal market||44||151|
|2016||Grasian Mkodzongi||I am a paramount chief, this land belongs to my ancestors’: the reconfiguration of rural authority after Zimbabwe's land reforms||43||Special Issue 1|
|2016||Steven Nabieu Rogers||Rethinking ‘expert sense’ in international development: the case of Sierra Leone’s housing policy||43||150|