About Dr Hennades Tabe
Hennades Tabe was born on July 19,1986 in the South West Region of Cameroon. Obtained his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Buea, Cameroon and continued for the most part of his tertiary education at the North West University, SA. He is a former writing consultant with the Academic Development Centre (ADC); and a temporary lecturer with the School of Professional Studies Faculty of Education, NWU. Currently a PDRF with the South African Research Chair Teaching and Learning. Was previous involved in different community projects wherein he visited nearby rural schools to encourage and motivate the grade 12 matriculants.
He is author and co-author of articles published at both national and international journals with the most recent being “Tabe, et al. (2022). School Governing Body Chairpersons’ Perception on their Accountability in the Running of Schools. Education. Innovation. Diversity, 1(4):44-56. He is a member of the South African Education Research Association (SAERA), and the Golden Key International Honours Society.