Dr Sidney Netshakhuma

CAS Postdoctoral Fellow

I completed Ph.D. Information Science specialising in Archives and Records Management, Masters Information Science (specializing in Archives and Records Management, BTECH Archival Studies, PostDiploma Archival Studies ( Both at UNISA), Postgraduate Diploma in Heritage and Museum Studies (University of Pretoria), BPhil Information and Knowledge Management ( University of Stellenbosch), BA History and Political Studies ( University of Venda).  

Research Agenda: Archives Management, Liberation Archives, Colonial and Postcolonial archives; Records Management 

Some of the articles published include the following: 

Mpho Ngoepe and Netshakhuma Sidney. (2018). Archives in the trenches; repatriation of African National Congress liberation archives in the diaspora to South Africa. Archival Science 2018.18 (2)  51 – 71. DOI: 10.1007/S10502-018-9284-9 

Netshakhuma, Nkholedzeni Sidney (2019). The role of archives and records management legislation after colonialism in Africa Case of Southern Africa. Records Management Journal.  (1/2): 210 – 223.https://doi.org/10.1108/RMJ-09-2018-0024.

Netshakhuma Nkholedzeni Sidney (2023). Privacy and Accessibility of Liberation Movement Archives of South Africa. Protecting User Privacy in Web Search Utilization. IGI Global pp. 186 – 199.

Netshakhuma Nkholedzeni Sidney (2023). Handbook of Research on Solutions for Equity and Social Justice in Education. The Role of the Rural librarian on the Provision of Social Justice Education in South Africa. pp. 298 – 313

 Netshakhuma Nkholedzeni Sidney (2023). Handbook of Research on Coping Mechanisms for First-Year Students Transitioning to Higher Education. Exploration of the South African Student Activism Archives as a New History Education Resource on Teaching First -years at University. pp. 348 – 362