Ntokozo Mthembu

Ntokozo Mthembu lectures Sociology at the University of South Africa. His research interests include social capital, survival theory, youth perspectives, and indigenous knowledge systems.


Ethical Research Approaches to Indigenous Knowledge Education
Ntokozo Mthembu. © 2021. 262 pages.
South Africa’s recent higher education protests around fees and decolonizing institutions have shone a spotlight on important issues and inspired global discussion. The...
Indigenous African Knowledge System (IAKS) Ethos: Prospects for a Post-Colonial Curriculum
Ntokozo Mthembu. © 2021. 27 pages.
This chapter discovers the limitations presented by narrow cultural and moral settings and the possibility of incorporating an indigenous African knowledge systems' (IAKS)...
Survival of Indigenous African Healing Systems in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Ntokozo Mthembu. © 2021. 20 pages.
This chapter focuses on the revelation of the status of traditional medicine on which a high number of users depend, despite its historical negation in South Africa. This...
Odes of Tree of Life: Significance for Indigenous Knowledge Systems Tenants in the African Curriculum
Ntokozo Christopher Mthembu. © 2021. 25 pages.
This chapter aims at revelation of the significance of odes of Tree of Life, especially when moulding the post-colonial curriculum in all social spheres including education...
Ushering Transformative Change: Infusing De-Colonized Cultural Changes Into South African Curriculum and Andragogical Practices
Ntokozo Mthembu. © 2019. 13 pages.
The aim of this chapter is to deliberate on the possibilities of transformation in the education system in relation to the pervasiveness of neo-liberalism that promotes the...