On 25 May, Rhodes University joined the rest of the continent in the commemoration of Africa Day. The University’s Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) hosted co-authors Professor Emeritus Valerie Møller (ISER, Rhodes University) and Dr Benjamin Roberts (DCES, HSRC) to present a seminar on their new book titled: “Quality of life and human well-being in sub-Saharan Africa”. The book aims to guide and assist policymakers by retracing much of Africa’s untold stories.
The book has been split into three different sections which offer different perspectives to the reader. The first section of the book retraces the undocumented African history, the second section documents the success story of the African age and the third section looks to fore
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