As part of our commitment to generating an African body of knowledge on water management issues we publish and contribute to university text-books and policy documents. The aim is to provide students, researchers and decision-makers in the region with relevant case examples based on scientific principles.
  • The Elgar Companion to Development Studies
    (edited by David Alexander Clark)
    - visit publishers website | download pdf flyer

  • Transboundary rivers, sovereignty and development: Hydropolitical drivers in the Okavango River basin,

  • Hydropolitics in the Developing World: A Southern African Perspective,

  • Water and Development in the Context of the Greater Johannesburg. Chapter in a University text book scheduled for the 2005 academic year.

  • Policy Options in Water-Stressed States

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