“When all is said and done, a genius should have a net positive contribution to society.”-Dr. S Falala

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About A.G.A

African Geniuses are coming home

A.G.A's Permanent Adjudication Committee

Professor Steven Friedman

Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy at Rhodes University and the University of Johannesburg. He has conducted research and written studies that concentrate on the transition that South Africa has/is making to democracy prior and after the 1994 elections. He is an acclaimed political scientist whose work emphasises equality, economic growth and citizens’ active participation in embracing democracy.

Dr Pulane Molokwane

Dr Pulane Elsie Molokwane is a Nuclear Physicist and an Environmental Specialist with expertise in ground water remediation, nuclear waste, process and solid waste management. She is a registered Radiation Physicist and holds a PhD in Environmental Engineering, M.Sc. (Applied Radiation Science and Technology), Post-Graduate Diploma (Applied Radiation Sciences and Technology) and B.Sc.(Physics).

Fulufhelo Ntsandeni

Mr. Fulufhelo has a BCom in Accounting, Auditing, Financial Management and Management Accounting obtained from the University of Cape Town. He is currently the CEO of MIH Advisory and has 12 years experience in the industry.

Simon Gathua

Mr Simon Gathua is a thinker and an author. He holds a senior position at Chartall Business College and has more than 15 years business and academia experience. He participated as a research collaborator in various research projects. He worked as a Senior Manager and lecturer in various positions at The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management. He is a member of the following bodies: Golden Key international Honour society, South African Statistical Association (SASA), Institute of Information Technology Professionals (IITPSA), and The Institute for the Management of Information systems (IMIS - UK).

Dr Rosaire Ifedi

Dr. Rosaire Ifedi, an Associate Professor in the United States of America in the Department of Educational Foundations and Instruction, joined the Ashland University faculty in 2008. She examines the intersections of race, identity, gender, and achievement in the lives of immigrant, transnational and second language learners as well as in the professional lives of those who educate them. She is author of African-born women faculty in the United States: Lives in contradiction. Dr. Ifedi teaches graduate program courses in curriculum, qualitative inquiry, education of ELL’s and global perspectives in education. The latter involves an optional study away of London - 2014 UK schools.

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