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Wits Media Studies staff publications

Chiumbu, S. (2004). Redefining the national agenda: media and identity – challenges of building a new Zimbabwe. In: H. Melber (ed.), Media, public discourse and political contestation in Zimbabwe. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute

Chiumbu, S. (2006). Communications and global intellectual property rights: ICTs and development in Africa. In: Critical Arts 20(1): 83-95.

Chiumbu, S. and Moyo, D. (2009). Media, politics and power: Re-gearing policy and propaganda in crisis Zimbabwe. In: H. Ronning and K. Orgeret (eds), Power of communications: Changes and challenges in African media. Oslo: Unipub.

Chiumbu, S and Mosime, S. (2010). Global pressures, local disparities: Convergence’s false promise and Botswana domestic digital divide. In: D. Moyo and W. Chuma (eds.), Media policy in a changing Southern Africa: critical reflections on media reforms in the global age. Pretoria: UNISA Press

Chiumbu, S. (2010). Media, alternativism and power: The political economy of community media in South Africa. In: N. Hyde-Clarke, N. (ed.), The citizen in communication: Re-visiting traditional, new and community media practices in South Africa. Cape Town: Juta Press

Ligaga, D. (2005) Enacting the quotidian in Kenyan radio drama: ‘Not Now’ and the narrative of forced marriage. In: The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media 3(2): 107-117.

Ligaga, D. (2005). Kwani? Exploring new literary spaces in Kenya. In: Africa Insight 35(2): 48-52.

Ligaga, D. (2008). Radio theatre: Interrogating the developmental narratives of radio drama in Kenya. In: K. Njogu (ed.), Getting heard: Reclaiming performance spaces in Kenya. Nairobi: Twaweza Communications.

Ligaga, D. (2009). Ethnic stereotypes and the ideological manifestations of ethnicity in Kenyan cyber communities. In: Africa Insight 39(1): 72-85.

Ligaga, D. (2009). Narrativizing development in radio drama: Tradition and realism in the Kenyan radio play ‘Ushikwapo Shikamana’. In: Social Identities 11(2): 131-145.

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