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Naudé Malan



 

Dr Naudé Malan
Faculty of Humanities
Development Studies
Lecturer

Biography

Dr. Naudé Malan is Senior Lecturer in Development Studies at the University of Johannesburg. He is the convener of the multi-stakeholder engagement project Izindaba Zokudla that aims to create opportunities for urban agriculture in a sustainable food system in Soweto. The project engages with and links urban farmers, entrepreneurs, academics, civil servants and other stakeholders and aims at participatory technology and enterprise development. Naudé has published on the South African social welfare system, agriculture and human rights and recently has developed social methodologies for agricultural development, institutional innovation and technology design for urban and small-farmers. He was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for African Studies at Cambridge University. He has taught in the Faculties of Humanities, Art, Design and Architecture, Law and Engineering at the University of Johannesburg.

iZindaba Zokudla: Innovation in the Soweto Food System

https://www.facebook.com/IzindabaZokudla/

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Naude_Malan

https://johannesburg.academia.edu/NaudeMalan

 

Recent publications

Izindaba Zokudla (Conversations About Food): Innovation in the Soweto Food System (forthcoming 2017) Public Interest Design Education Guidebook: Curricula, Strategies, and SEED Academic Case Studies (the ‘Work’) edited by Lisa M. Abendroth and Bryan Bell, INFORMA UK.

Emerging enterprises and sustainability in the food system: Food entrepreneurs in South Africa (under review International Journal of Sustainable Development)

Service learning as action research for food security: The Izindaba Zokudla experience

Naudé Malan, Angus Campbell, Joyce Sibeko, Christa van Zyl and Rene Benecke

(Forthcoming Palgrave)

Driving responsible research and innovation: Science, society and the UJ Energy Movement

Naudé Malan, Nickey Janse van Rensburg, Warren Hurter, Zach Simpson

(Forthcoming SA Journal of Higher Education 2017)

The change agent-programme/project beneficiary participation planning partnership

Francois Theron, Stephen Wetmore & Naudé Malan (Chapter 2) in Theron, F. & Mchunu, N. (Eds.). 2016. Development, Change and the Change Agent – Facilitation at grassroots (2nd edition). Hatfield: Van Schaik Publishers (448 pages/June 2016, ISBN: 978 0 627 03403 0)

Exploring action research methodology – practical options for grassroots development research

Francois Theron, Naudé Malan & Enaleen Draai (Chapter 12) in Theron, F. & Mchunu, N. (Eds.). 2016. Development, Change and the Change Agent – Facilitation at grassroots (2nd edition). Hatfield: Van Schaik Publishers (448 pages/June 2016, ISBN: 978 0 627 03403 0)

Understanding the impact of engineering through appropriate technology development with Nickey Janse van Rensburg & Zach Simpson. Paper read at the 16th International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition IMECE 2016 11-17 November, Phoenix Arizona.

A systems design approach to appropriate, smart technology in a youth agriculture initiative with Nickey Janse van Rensburg & Warren Hurter. Paper read at the 16th International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition IMECE 2016 11-17 November, Phoenix Arizona.

Urban farmers and urban agriculture in Johannesburg: Responding to the Food Resilience strategy. (2015) AGREKON 54(2):51-75 (Peer reviewed article and accredited by the DHET)

“Design and social innovation for systemic change: Creating social capital for a Farmers’ Market” in Collina, L., Galluzzo, L. & A. Meroni (eds.) (2015) The Virtuous circle: Design Culture and Experimentation Milano: McGraw-Hill Education, Italy, pp. 965-978. (Peer reviewed conference paper and accredited by the DHET)

“Social Action in the South African Constitution” (2014) Acta Academica 46(2): 83-106. (Peer reviewed article and accredited by the DHET)

“Design, Social Change and Development: A Social Methodology” (with Angus Donald Campbell) in Cumulus Johannesburg: Design with the other 90%: Changing the world by design, September 2014, Johannesburg, available: http://www.cumulusjohannesburg.co.za/files/9014/1810/9492/CumulusJoburgProceedings_Sep14.pdf (Peer reviewed article and accredited by the DHET)

Civil Society and the Transformation of Social Security: The performance of the Right to have access to social security in South Africa (2010) Saarbrucken: Lambert Academic Publishers.

“The performance of the right to have access to social security” (2009) Law Democracy and Development, 13(2): 71-95. (Journal accredited by the South African DHET)

“The realisation of rights by non-state actors: Normative requirements and horizontal institutions in South Africa” (2008) in Olivier, MP & Kuhnle, S (eds.) Norms and Institutional Design: Social Security in Norway and South Africa Stellenbosch: African Sun Media, pp. 145-164.

“Rights, the public and the South African Constitution: Redefining the terms of public engagement” (2008) Anthropology Southern Africa 31(1&2):58-69. (Journal accredited by the South African DHET)

“Civil society and the right to have access to social security in South Africa” (2005) Development Southern Africa vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 551-569, London: Taylor & Francis & Halfway House: Development Bank of Southern Africa. (Journal accredited by the South African DHET)

“Changing institutions for a changing economy: Structural change and the embeddedness of the economy” (2004) in Professional Management Review May 2004.

(With Beverly L Peters) “Land Reform in Zimbabwe and South Africa” (2000) in South African Journal of International Affairs vol. 7(2). (Journal accredited by the South African DHET)

“On the relationship between Participatory Research and Participatory Development” (2000) in Africanus The Journal of Development Administration Vol. 30(2).

“Participation in Research and Development at the Tshikonelo agricultural project, Northern Province” (1999) in Development Southern Africa vol. 16(3). (Journal accredited by the South African DHET)


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