A propos du CTIN

La communauté du CTIN est composée de praticiens, de dirigeants, d’activistes, de technologues, de chercheurs et de fonctionnaires qui s’intéressent et s’engagent à exploiter le lien entre la technologie et l’activisme civique.

ENGAGEMENT DE LA CTIN

Le CTIN s’engage en faveur d’une société plus juste, plus équitable et plus durable. En tant que tel, le CTIN soutient sa communauté dans la croissance, le développement et l’utilisation efficace des technologies et méthodologies numériques appropriées pour relier le gouvernement et les citoyens, pour la participation publique, pour la transparence et la responsabilité et pour la fourniture de services publics.

Le CTIN a été lancé en 2017 en tant que réseau d’apprentissage.


Le réseau est issu d’une communauté de pratique intitulée “Making All Voices Count” (MAVC), qui s’est déroulée de 2014 à 2017. Au cours de la phase de mise en place de Making All Voices Count, un site web et un magazine en ligne ont été créés, avec un bulletin d’information atteignant plus d’un millier de personnes, qui a ensuite évolué pour devenir le CTIN.

Le CTIN a été lancé en 2017 avec un ensemble d’activités et une plateforme en ligne pour les partenaires et les membres. Le financement initial a été fourni par MAVC, une initiative mondiale en faveur de la transparence et de la gouvernance. En 2018, le CTIN a obtenu un financement de la Fondation Omidyar (désormais Luminate) pour soutenir les activités de base du réseau jusqu’en 2020, sous réserve de l’obtention d’un financement supplémentaire en 2019.

Le CTIN dispose désormais d’une capacité dédiée, notamment d’un coordinateur national, et a lancé un programme biennal de publications, d’événements locaux et nationaux et de projets.

Le CTIN dispose actuellement d’une liste de diffusion de plus d’un millier de personnes au sein de gouvernements, d’organisations de la société civile et d’organisations technologiques. Le Journalism and Media Lab (“JamLab”), au nom du département du journalisme et des médias de l’Université de Witwatersrand, a accueilli le CTIN jusqu’en avril 2020.

L’incubation du CTIN par le Journalism and Media Lab (JamLab) a été importante parce que le partenariat du JamLab entre Wits Journalism et le Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct signifie qu’il a été possible d’exploiter de fortes synergies dans les domaines des nouvelles technologies, du journalisme et de l’innovation des médias, et de la justice sociale / de l’activisme civique.

Avec le lien émergeant avec la Wits School of Governance, nous envisageons également de renforcer le lien avec le domaine de l’administration publique et de la gouvernance.

La mission principale du CTIN


Le réseau d’innovation Civic Tech est un centre d’information, d’apprentissage et de collaboration dans le domaine des technologies civiques. L’objectif principal du CTIN était initialement de produire et de fournir un apprentissage pratique aux organisations et aux personnes sud-africaines et africaines actives ou intéressées par l’innovation dans les processus de gouvernement, de transparence, de gouvernance et de responsabilité.

L’objectif du réseau d’innovation est notamment de promouvoir la croissance et le développement d’une utilisation appropriée et efficace des technologies numériques pour relier le gouvernement et les citoyens, pour la participation publique, pour la transparence et la responsabilité et pour la fourniture de services publics.

L’organisation a continué à être guidée par ces aspirations initiales. Le CTIN se concentre sur la manière dont les nouvelles technologies peuvent améliorer la gouvernance et la responsabilité, comment nous pouvons combler les fossés numériques et soutenir la prestation de services, et comment les nouvelles technologies peuvent être utilisées pour surveiller ou fournir un retour d’information au gouvernement afin que les choses fonctionnent mieux. Le CTIN, avec et à l’appui de sa communauté, travaille à la réalisation de ces objectifs (et revendications) sur la “technologie civique”.

Le CTIN vise à mettre en relation les praticiens, les chercheurs, les experts et les décideurs qui s’intéressent aux technologies civiques et à leur fournir une plateforme d’apprentissage, de partage de connaissances et d’expériences et de collaboration.

En mettant en relation des personnes ayant des connaissances, des compétences, des expériences et des expertises diverses et en fournissant des informations et des points de vue pertinents sur les technologies civiques du continent africain et d’ailleurs, le réseau d’innovation vise à contribuer à la croissance de la communauté des technologies civiques, à l’amélioration des pratiques et des résultats.

Dr Geci Karuri-Sebina

Director

Geci was contracted as the CTIN National Organiser in 2018,...

 

Dr Geci Karuri-Sebina

Position: Director
Categories: Secretariat team

Geci was contracted as the CTIN National Organiser in 2018, at a time where she had also accepted a Visiting Research Fellow role at the Wits School of Governance. She has a background in using tech and innovation to work with communities and is also a thought-leader who is Associated with South African Cities Network (SACN), a public urban governance learning network.

Her previous roles include being the Executive Manager for Programmes at SACN; developing knowledge and evaluation systems for National Treasury’s Neighbourhood Development Programme; managing research programmes at the CSIR and HSRC, and working as a technology associate at the UCLA Advanced Policy Institute.

Her research interests span a range of development foresight, policy, planning and practice topics, particularly relating to urban governance, socio-technical systems, and innovation systems. She is also a co-editor of the Innovation Africa book series (2016, 2020) and an associate editor on several journals on futures.

Nkosinathi Mcetywa

Project Lead: PR & Communications

Nkosinathi is an Urban Planning graduate and a Wits alumni....

 

Nkosinathi Mcetywa

Position: Project Lead: PR & Communications
Categories: Secretariat team

Nkosinathi is an Urban Planning graduate and a Wits alumni. While studying planning he took a lot of interest in issues surrounding urban governance and the ability of the State to be transparent and accountable to its constituents. He recently completed a postgraduate qualification in Business Administration at the Wits Business School.

Nkosinathi has worked in the education space, as part of the Student Equity and Talent Management Unit which facilitates a number of pre-university and university programmes including the Targeting Talent Programme. He played a significant part in his 2 years there as part of the projects team that brought these projects to life. He currently writes as part of a collective of bloggers writing about youth issues.

Yasmin Shapurjee

Project Lead: Knowledge and Network Building

Yasmin Shapurjee is a multi-passionate urban planner and researcher that...

 
Yasmin Shapurjee

Yasmin Shapurjee

Position: Project Lead: Knowledge and Network Building
Categories: Secretariat team

Yasmin Shapurjee is a multi-passionate urban planner and researcher that holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) and BSc Honours degree in Urban and Regional Planning, as well as a Master’s in Urban Studies, specialising in Housing and Human Settlements from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. Her research interests include low-income housing policy; sustainable housing construction and design; informal economies urban renewal; and urban agriculture. She also has a keen interest in the role of technology and its influence on innovative governance processes to improve the citizens’ lives, especially in rapidly growing African cities.

Yasmin has over 10 years of experience working in the research space, first as a Researcher within the Urban and Regional Planning group at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) from 2011 to 2017, and thereafter as a Research consultant to the non-profit Our Future Cities. Among these roles, Yasmin takes an active interest in community development projects and has volunteered her time, skills and expertise to sustainable building and framing projects in Taos, New Mexico in the United States; and in the inner-city, Soweto, and the Free State within South Africa. .

Some things that are central to Yasmin life are: spending quality time with family and friends, time in nature, reading; cooking and baking, sport, travel, photography, music and art.

In her current  role as Project Lead at CTIN, Yasmin drives the research agenda and strategy, and is instrumental in sustaining and building networks amongst CTIN members, partners and potential collaborators. She also manages and curates the updates to the African Civic Tech Atlas – a database of emerging civic tech initiatives and case study profiles across the African continent.

Frans Maluleke

Programme Administrator

Frans is a Bachelor of Accounting Sciences graduate at the...

 

Frans Maluleke

Position: Programme Administrator
Categories: Secretariat team

Frans is a Bachelor of Accounting Sciences graduate at the University of the Witwatersrand, who has a background in using mentorship, leadership, advocacy and activism as a tool to positively impact spaces and people through various local and global organisations.

Before joining the CTIN, Frans was a Projects and Finance Intern the Student Equity and Talent Management Unit (SETMU) over the past year.  As part of his duties, he was a mentor coordinator and liaison for the Targeting Talent Programme, while also forming part of a collaborative mentor coordination team between SEMTU and the DLU for the First Year Experience (FYE) Mentorship programme.

Frans also serves as a board member of the Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa (ABASA) Johannesburg Branch.

In 2021, He was a member of Project approval sub-committee entrusted with the allocation of $200 000 for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Covid-19 recovery fund and he was also recognized as one of the Top 100 most employable students by the DHL 2021 Gradstar awards.

Rofhatutshedzwa Ramaswiela

Research Assistant

An impact maker at heart, that is who and what...

 
Rofhathutshedzwa Ramaswiela

Rofhatutshedzwa Ramaswiela

Position: Research Assistant
Categories: Secretariat team
Rofhatutshedzwa Ramaswiela: Research Assistant

An impact maker at heart, that is who and what Rofhatutshedzwa strives to be. She finds herself in spaces of growth, learning, and innovation. An individual who is passionate about development and branches into galaxies that aim to make the world a better place. This could be done through research, writing, collaboration, or advocacy.

Rofhatutshedzwa holds 2 degrees from the University of Johannesburg and is currently pursuing her MA in Social Policy and Development. A published co-author who tells real-life stories. Moreover, she has been involved in youth leadership platforms and civic educational spaces and continues to immerse herself in these spaces.

Wiseman Mqondisi Mavundla

Programme Coordinator

Wiseman Mqondisi Mavundla is a passionate community developer dedicated to...

 
Mqondisi Mavundla

Wiseman Mqondisi Mavundla

Position: Programme Coordinator
Categories: Secretariat team

Wiseman Mqondisi Mavundla is a passionate community developer dedicated to driving positive change in Africa and on a global scale. He is a firm believer in the power of continuous learning to navigate the complexities of development, democracy, and globalization. His ongoing Master’s degree in Population Studies is deepening his understanding of population dynamics and intricate development challenges.

Throughout his career, Wiseman has consistently sought opportunities to create a positive impact and empower local communities. In his previous roles as a program manager, he successfully led cross-functional teams. He fostered a culture of creativity and collaboration to develop and implement innovative solutions for complex development issues.

Siwe Ntombela

AUCTF Project Lead

Siwe Ntombela is an urban researcher and environmentalist currently working...

 
Siwe Ntombela

Siwe Ntombela

Position: AUCTF Project Lead
Categories: Secretariat team
Siwe Ntombela: AUCTF Project Lead

Siwe Ntombela is an urban researcher and environmentalist currently working in the NGO sector. She has experience in the private sector as a development economist and more recently, working with cities on spatial transformation, stakeholder engagement and inclusive climate action. She is passionate about sustainable community development in the urban context and elevating the voices of young people placemaking.

Sinenhlanhla Kheswa

Research Assistant

Sinenhlanhla Kheswa is a dedicated professional with a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Communication and Media Studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

 
Sinenhlanhla Kheswa

Sinenhlanhla Kheswa

Position: Research Assistant
Categories: Secretariat team

Sinenhlanhla Kheswa is a dedicated professional with a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Communication and Media Studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. With a strong foundation in strategic corporate communications, journalism, and marketing, she is committed to continuous learning and skill development. With her passion for the media and communication industry, Sinenhlanhla aspires to make a meaningful and positive impact through creativity.

Danga Mughogho

Danga Mughogho is the Programmes Manager. Well Governed Cities at...

 

Danga Mughogho

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: SACN

Danga Mughogho is the Programmes Manager. Well Governed Cities at the South African Cities Network, focusing on the management and sustainability of municipal finances, an urban governance. Danga has over twenty years of work experience in both the private and the public sector, including as an independent consultant in democratic governance.

Halfdan Lynge-Mangueira

Halfdan Lynge is a Senior Lecturer at the Wits School...

 

Halfdan Lynge-Mangueira

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: Wits School of Governance

Halfdan Lynge is a Senior Lecturer at the Wits School of Governance. His research explores the effects of politics on public policy; i.e. how the cost-benefit calculations of politicians affect the lives of ordinary citizens. In addition, he has in interest in data science and its application to public policy. Halfdan holds a doctoral degree from the University of Oxford, UK and a master’s and bachelor’s degree from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

He is the founder and board chair of Sauti, a Mozambican market and public opinion research company, and previously worked five years with the UN in Africa and Asia. His last position was as Head of the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where he supervised a team of advisors to the UN Country Team. Halfdan started his career as a governance specialist and continues to work as a governance consultant.

Koketso Moeti

Koketso Moeti has a long background in civic activism and...

 

Koketso Moeti

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: amandla.mobi

Koketso Moeti has a long background in civic activism and has over the years worked at the intersection of governance, communication and citizen action. She currently serves as the founding executive director of amandla.mobi, a community of over 617 507 people working to turn every cellphone into a democracy-building tool to ensure that those most affected by injustice- low- income Black women in particular- can take collective action on issues affecting our lives.

In 2018 she was announced as an inaugural Obama Foundation fellow and the Waislitz Global Citizen award winner. This comes after being a 2017 Aspen Institute New Voices fellow. She is also the Deputy Chairperson of the SOS Coalition, a coalition of South African organisations committed to and campaigning for public broadcasting in the public interest. When not working, Moeti can be found writing and has been published by a wide range of South African and international media.

Lailah Ryklief

Lailah is the Operations Manager at OpenUp, a civic technology...

 

Lailah Ryklief

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: OpenUP

Lailah is the Operations Manager at OpenUp, a civic technology organisation promoting the use of data and technology to drive social change. She also manages OpenUp’s Data Literacy Programme (previously Code for South Africa), acting as the lead curriculum developer, trainer, and mentor for various aspects of the project. She has a background in interactive media, design, and film, and has worked in academia for the University of Cape Town and GetSmarter in the areas of digital skills and online education.

Later she joined OpenUp’s Data Journalism Academy and was fast-tracked to Newsroom Developer within one month. As a side venture, Lailah currently runs an apothecary specialising in a natural range of therapeutic adaptogens that are derived from pure botanicals and raw honey. This family initiative promotes sustainable and ethical beekeeping practices as part of a bigger initiative to foster character development and social etiquette.

Lesley Williams

Lesley is the CEO of Wit’s University’s Tshimologong Digital Innovation...

 

Lesley Williams

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: Digital Innovation Precinct

Lesley is the CEO of Wit’s University’s Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct, an international public speaker and dialogue moderator. She is also the founder of Impact Hub Johannesburg. Her focus is on social entrepreneurship and taking African digital innovation to global markets.

She breaks barriers by creating common ground between corporates, government, international developments agencies and entrepreneurs to work together. A career highlight was moderating a dialogue on Nelson Mandela’s legacy and the Future of Africa between President Barack Obama and Graca Machel at the African American Museum in Washington DC.

Nishendra Moodley

Nishendra Moodley is a Team Lead at Future Cities South...

 

Nishendra Moodley

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: Future Cities SA

Nishendra Moodley is a Team Lead at Future Cities South Africa, the delivery partner for the South African component of Global Future Cities Programme of the UK Government’s Prosperity Fund, managed by the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The programme intends to enhance inclusive economic growth and reduce poverty and social inequality through targeted projects on transportation and mobility, urban planning, resilience and the innovative use of data.

Nishendra is a governance specialist who has previously worked for the South African National Treasury‘s City Support Programme (CSP), where he was responsible for the City Governance component. He had worked in local government for the City of Cape Town (1998–2000), before playing an advisory role across all spheres of government, during the consolidation of SA’s democratic local government system (2000–2015). The focus of his work has been on the design of intergovernmental institutional arrangements, evidence-based policy development and strengthening of accountability and learning through results-based monitoring and evaluation systems and practices. He has a Masters in Public Administration and qualifications in the sciences.

Richard Gevers

Richard Gevers is the founder of Open Cities Lab (previously...

 

Richard Gevers

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: Open Cities Lab

Richard Gevers is the founder of Open Cities Lab (previously Open Data Durban) which is a non-profit open organisation that combines the use of action research, co-design, data science, and technology with civic engagement to enable the development of inclusive cities and urban spaces. Prior to founding Open Cities Lab, Richard worked as an economist, based in Durban, South Africa, for eight years where he interacted with both private clients and all tiers of South African government on a range of projects in various sectors.

He is an entrepreneur with a dedication to the advancement of African communities through dynamic solutions and tools, hoping to empower socio-economic development and to affect social change. He has a deep interest in openness and transparency in society. When he finds spare time he grows his beard, brews beer, appreciates good coffee and likes to tell people he listens to vinyl.

Gabriella Razzano

I am a Research Fellow with Research ICT Africa, an...

 

Gabriella Razzano

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: Open Cities Lab

I am a Research Fellow with Research ICT Africa, an Atlantic Senior Fellow in Social and Economic Equity and a Founding Director of OpenUp (https://openup.org.za/). I also act as legal consultant and researcher, focused on issues of transparency, open data, technology and law. I hold a BA LLB from the University of Cape Town, and graduated with distinction in sociology. I clerked with Justice Yacoob of the Constitutional Court, and have also worked with the University of Witwatersrand, as well as with domestic and international non-governmental partners. I contributed to the drafting of several regional instruments, such as the African Model Law on Access to Information and the African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms. I was an Internet Governance Fellow and an alumni of the International Visitor Leadership Program (Global Digital Leader). I was also the chairperson of the African Platform on Access to Information Working Group for three years

Tshepo Tshabalala

Tshepo Tshabalala is a web editor for www.journalism.co.za, the Journalism...

 

Tshepo Tshabalala

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: Wits Journalism & Jamlab

Tshepo Tshabalala is a web editor for www.journalism.co.za, the Journalism and Media Lab (JamLab). He also edited the Civic Tech Innovation Network online publications. He is also a sub-editor for Wits Vuvuzela’s print and online publications at Wits Journalism.

Tshepo’s work has appeared in radio, print, wire services and online in South Africa and various other countries in Africa. He has worked as a reporter at Thomson Reuters Johannesburg bureau, Forbes Africa publications, a freelance contributor to SmartPlanet and web producer for Business Day, Financial Mail and BusinessLIVE. He is a Chevening Scholar and an EVA Junior Business Fellow. He has a Master in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and is currently completing a Master in Journalism degree. Tshepo is now part of the CTIN Reference Group.

Zukiswa Kota

Zukiswa Kota is the Head of Monitoring and Advocacy Programme...

 

Zukiswa Kota

Categories: Reference group
Organisation: Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM)

Zukiswa Kota is the Head of Monitoring and Advocacy Programme (MAP). Zukiswa joined the Public Service Accountability Monitor as a researcher and has since amassed vast experience within the social accountability sector. An Environmental Science graduate, she is currently the Lead Coordinator of Imali Yethu, a civil society coalition working with the National Treasury to develop South Africa’s first online portal for provincial and national budget data, vulekamali.

Zukiswa serves on the Board of Trustees of the Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) and on the Reference Group of the Civic Tech Innovation Network (CTIN). Zukiswa is passionate about promoting social and environmental justice and contributing to transformative open governance in Africa.

Bailleurs de fonds

Luminate

The Civic Tech Innovation Network has been generously supported and...

 

Luminate

Categories: Partners - Funders

The Civic Tech Innovation Network has been generously supported and funded by Luminate since 2018. Luminate is a global philanthropic organisation with the goal of empowering people and institutions to work together to build just and fair societies.

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Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is a German political foundation committed to...

 

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Categories: Partners - Funders

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is a German political foundation committed to freedom, justice and solidarity. KAS has funded two CTIN projects in 2020:

  1. Strong Cities webinars at UrbanFest / CTIF 2020
  2. The African Civic Tech Case Studies Series

Collaborateurs

SACN

SACN has been collaborating with CTIN on a range of...

 

SACN

Categories: Partners - Collaborators

SACN has been collaborating with CTIN on a range of projects linking civic tech with urban governance issues and the work of the South African Council for City Data

Corruption Watch

In 2019 CTIN co-hosted a breakfast session with Corruption Watch, Corruption...

 

Corruption Watch

Categories: Partners - Collaborators

In 2019 CTIN co-hosted a breakfast session with Corruption Watch, Corruption and Tech session focused on how technology can mitigate corruption in South Africa.

Civic Tech Field Guide

The Civic Tech Field Guide is a crowdsourced, global collection of tech...

 

Civic Tech Field Guide

Categories: Partners - Collaborators

The Civic Tech Field Guide is a crowdsourced, global collection of tech for good tools and projects. It’s your place to find and be found. Thousands of civic tech practitioners from over 100 countries around the world have contributed to this living resource. They catalog not only the tools, but also the social side of the field: the conferences, funders, awards, design principles and playbooks. The Civic Tech Innovation Network is an African partner for the Civic Tech Field Guide

Global Black Youth

Global Black Youth connects, amplifies and invests in the reach...

 

Global Black Youth

Categories: Partners - Collaborators

Global Black Youth connects, amplifies and invests in the reach and impact of the most cutting-edge technology generated by young Black disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs on a global scale.

Global Black Youth has established a global community of Black youth disruptors that brings visibility to their work and achievements harnessing Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship while countering the inequalities and inequities present within their communities, societies and ultimately, the world.

Open Cities Lab

Open Cities Lab is a non-profit organisation (NPO 255-261) established...

 

Open Cities Lab

Categories: Partners - Collaborators

Open Cities Lab is a non-profit organisation (NPO 255-261) established by a group of founding members who desire to serve the common good through the advancement of transparency.

We are governed by a Board of Directors currently made up of Matthew Adendorff, Nicole Copley, Richard Gevers, Geci Karuri-Sebina and Bryden Neville.

We operate from Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town.

Partenaires principaux

JAM LAB

CTIN was incubated from within JamLab which has made for...

 

JAM LAB

Categories: Partners - Core

CTIN was incubated from within JamLab which has made for conducive relations and Explorations from 2017 to May 2020. The Journalism and Media Lab (Jamlab) is a project of Wits Journalism and the Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct.

Jamlab aims to support more and better innovation in journalism and media in Africa. Jamlab has online magazine and other digital platforms showcase innovations and innovators, share experiences of using new technologies and tools and provide access to research. Jamlab also hosts events that provide an opportunity to share experiences, knowledge, and learning. It also has an accelerator programme provides coaching, mentoring, working space, technical support and the opportunity to meet leaders in journalism and media as well as potential investors and partners.

Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct

Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct is a founding partner of CTIN which...

 

Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct

Categories: Partners - Core

Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct is a founding partner of CTIN which means that through the relationship with Tshimologong, CTIN has been able to leverage strong synergies across the domains of new technologies, journalism and media innovation, and social justice /civic activism.  CTIN has also used Tshimologong services and space for our events.

Wits School of Governance

With the guidance from the CTIN Reference Group, in May...

 

Wits School of Governance

Categories: Partners - Core

With the guidance from the CTIN Reference Group, in May 2020 CTIN relocated from the administration and offices of the Journalism Department to the Wits School of Governance (the University of Witwatersrand remains as the host for the project). The move is in response to strategic shifts in Journalism as well as to opportunities to grow the project’s reach. Some members of the WSG academic team are currently assisting CTIN in its research project. The WSG is a leading regional institution in the arena of governance, policy and development management for the public sector.

University of the Witwatersrand

The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) is Africa’s leading research-intensive...

 

University of the Witwatersrand

Categories: Partners - Core

The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) is Africa’s leading research-intensive university, and as such is a gateway to research engagement and intellectual achievement in Africa. Based upon the university’s commitment to contributing to society through research, teaching and social engagement, and encouraging its academics to be engaged public intellectuals, Wits has served as an incubator for CTIN. Through the University, CTIN enjoys access to the full range of Wits intellectual and organisational resources, as well as the established systems and facilities for effective programme management, including through Wits Enterprise where needed.

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