Saima Nakuti Ashipala is a PhD candidate with the International Studies Group, at the University of the Free State. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Sociology (2008) and a Master of Arts in History (2015) from the University of Namibia. Saima Nakuti also holds a Masters in International History (2015) from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. Her PhD study is entitled: International Diplomacy and Big Business in Namibia: the Case of the Rössing Uranium Mine. Saima Nakuti's research interests include diplomatic, mining and labour history, as well as the political-economy of colonial Namibia.


Articles
Ashipala, Saima Nakuti. 'Technical and Vocational Education and the Place of Indigenous Labour in the Mining Industry of Namibia, 1970–1990.' Journal of Southern African Studies (2020), 1-15.

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