Qambela Gcobani is a youthhubafrica correspondent for South Africa. He is a post-grad student in Anthropology. His main areas of interest include sustainable development, education, masculinities, sexual and reproductive health. He’s a qualified core lecturer with the Applied Centre for Climate and Earth Systems Science (ACCESS). Previously he has worked for the Centre for AIDS Development Research and Evaluation (at the Institute for Social and Economic Research) at Rhodes
University, Princeton University, North Carolina State University and Rhodes University. He previously also worked as a Reporter for the Oppidan Press at Rhodes University, and for two years sat on the editorial committee for the Bokamoso Leadership Forum (BLF). He has in the past also written for the Mail & Guardian, Thatshowitis.co.za and feministssa.com. In his spare time he loves reading and writing fiction and his most recent poetry contribution can be found in “Aerial”, an anthology and publication of the Institute for the Study of English in Africa at Rhodes University (2011). He hopes to contribute new stories on, and about Africa in the future.
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