As part of the African Voices @ UCL season launching UCL’s new African Studies Research Centre you are invited to a special ‘African Question Time.’
This will be a topical discussion in which our panel of visitors from Senegal, Uganda and South Africa are posed questions by the audience at UCL and (via the miracle of technology) by students from around Africa.
This event will be opened by UCL President & Provost Prof Michael Arthur.
- Adam Habib (Vice Chancellor of the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa)
- Ibrahima Thiaw, (Cheikh Anta Diop University, Dakar Senegal)
- Caroline Wanjiku-Kihato, (Urban LandMark, Southern Africa)
- Peter Waiswa (Makerere, University, Uganda)
Chair: Martin Plaut – BBC World Service News’ Africa editor
South African Born, Martin Plaut received his first degree in Social Science from the University of Cape Town, and an Honours degree in Industrial Relations from the University of the Witwatersrand. In 1984 he joined the BBC, working primarily on Africa. He has reported from many parts of the continent but specialises in the Horn of Africa and Southern Africa. He is currently Africa editor for BBC World Service News.