Alexander Madanha Rusero

Alexander Madanha Rusero PhD, is a Research Fellow with the Institute for Pan African Thought and Conversation (IPATC), University of Johannesburg, South Africa. He is also a Senior Lecturer of International Relations, Politics and Journalism with 15 years university teaching experience, having taught at Harare Polytechnic’s School of Journalism and Media Studies, Africa University’s College of Social Sciences Theology, Humanities and Education as well as Great Zimbabwe University’s Department of Politics and Public Management. Rusero is an author of 10 academic textbooks and more than 10 peer-reviewed book chapters and journal papers related to media, democracy and human rights, international relations and foreign policy, Media, Libraries and Archives as well as pan-Africanism and Decoloniality.


Library and Media Roles in Information Hygiene and Managing Information
Collence Takaingenhamo Chisita, Alexander Madanha Rusero, Ngoako Solomon Marutha, Josiline Phiri Chigwada, Oluwole Olumide Durodolu. © 2022. 268 pages.
Despite the proliferation of smart technologies, the challenges of information hygiene continue to wreak havoc on the information landscape, creating a critical need to explore...
Media, Libraries, and Archives: Unearthing the Missing Link in Zimbabwe
Collence Takaingenhamo Chisita, Munyaradzi Shoko, Alexander Madanha Rusero, Joseph Ngoaketse. © 2020. 30 pages.
This chapter seeks to explore how the dawn of the 21st century and how the proliferation of information communication technologies (ICTs) has necessitated a fundamental...