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PhD research

LINK PhD students' current research:

  • Mark Burke: Rethinking Identity, Privacy and Citizenship in Public Service Digitalisation
  • Ndumiso Dana: Intersections between Technology and Sustainability at Community Radio Stations in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
  • Nazira Hoosen: A Critical Review of Academic Practice and Integrated Educational Technology Use at a South African University: The "Real" Level
  • Ditshego Magoro: Investigating Cultural Knowledge Systems, Mandhwane and Mind Mobilisation for Rural Communities in the Digital Era
  • Phosa Mashangoane: Digital Transformation for Social Development: A Study on Primary Health e-Services
  • Songezo Mata: Exploring Early Stage Digital Transformation in Secondary Mathematics Education
  • Lorraine Matanda: Socio-Technical Factors Impacting Youth Perspectives on Digital Transformation in Resource-Constrained Environments: A Study of Diepsloot Youth 
  • Johanna Mavhungu: Critical Analysis of Contours of Film and Television Industries' Convergence in South Africa
  • Gerhard Petrick: Competing Spectrum  Demands  for  Broadcast and Mobile  Services in the  Ultra-High-Frequency  Band  in SADC
  • Peace Tusingwire: A Critical Examination of the Academics' Pedagogical Practices and the Role of the Social Shaping of Technologies in Higher Education in Uganda

LINK PhD graduates' successful theses:

Master's research

LINK Master's graduates' successful dissertations and research reports, as produced in the current MA ICTPR and MA IDKES programmes and in the earlier MM ICTPR prgramme:

Successful Wits MA research report by student co-supervised by the Wits LINK Centre: