Asanda Ngoasheng is an award winning speaker, political analyst, academic, and diversity trainer.

Speaker: I speak on local and global platforms on various topics including politics, education, diversity (race & gender), journalism and media. I have also moderated and participated in panels, dialogues and conferences across the world.

Academic: I am a curriculum developer and have written academic journal articles on curriculum development at Universities of Technology (UoTs) and universities. I have also written a chapter in a book used in the Post Graduate Diploma in Education at Rhodes University. I developed an apartheid spatial planning curriculum intervention, which included a two-day tour of different communities in Cape Town for the architecture department at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT). I also lecture in a ‘Co-creating Across Difference’ course under the Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC), which includes Stellenbosch, UCT, CPUT and UWC academics and students in their courses.

Political Analyst: I am one of the official political analysts for various national events for the SABC including the local and national government election, the State of the Nation address, various political party conferences, launches and congresses.

Career Highlights: Eskom Book Bursary (2003), Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (2004), Clive Menell Media Fellowship, Duke University, North Carolina, USA (2007), PRISA PRISM Bronze Awards (2011), Rising Star Finalist in Entrepreneurship Category (2014), British Council Researcher Links UK-SA workshop participant (2017), Austrian Leadership Programme (ALPS) (2018), and the CPUT Riftal Research Grant (2018).

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