Food & Water Security in South Africa Monitoring Project – this project focuses on the food and water security nexus in South Africa. The project interrogates the land and water crisis trajectory in South Africa, within the context of food security. The project will also draw from requisite food and water security experiences from across Africa to inform the South African situation. Indeed, the unresolved land issue in South Africa is a threat to food and water security and a potential resource-based conflict in the future.

Augustus Consulting African Conflict Research Program (ACRP) is made up of the following projects:

Border Disputes Monthly Monitoring Project
Focuses on all the current and potential border disputes in Africa including resource-based conflicts/disputes over water rights (for example, the countries along the Nile River); land rights disputes; mineral rights disputes, among others. The implications for business and investors for such border disputes are also explored. Regular Working Papers focused on these issues will be produced for the requisite Augustus Consulting clients.

Secessionist Movements Monthly Monitoring Project
Focuses on all current and potential secessionist movements in Africa for example, in Mombasa, Kenya; the Royal Barotseland in western Zambia; Casamance Region, Senegal; AmaTembu people, Eastern Cape, South Africa etc. The research project focuses on analysing the implications of these secessionist movements on current and potential business and investors in those regions. Regular Working Papers focused on these issues will be produced for our client business and investors etc.

African Conflict Monthly Monitoring Project
The project provides the African Conflict Monthly Monitoring Project Report.

African Conflicts Database
The database contains all the key current and recent African Conflicts. This is a unique initiative by Augustus Consulting. It is imperative to note that there is currently no comprehensive and unified database on African conflicts. The African Conflicts Database will be useful for researchers, policy-makers, businesses, among others.

Decolonized University of Africa (DUA)

Augustus Consulting’s Decolonized University of Africa (DUA) is an initiative aimed at the epistemic decolonization of the African continent. Its flagship degree program, the BSc. (Hons) Politics & Management aims to lay the epistemic and ontological foundation for the decolonization of education in Africa. DUA is the continent’s only decolonized, online university.

BSc (Hons) Politics & Management

First Year

Introduction to Political Science

Introduction to African Politics

Introduction to Public Administration

Introduction to Business Management

Survey of Political Ideas

Introduction to Chinese Politics

Introduction to African History

Introduction to African Philosophy

Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods

Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods

Introduction to Project Planning

Introduction to Project Management


Second Year

Introduction to Public Policy Analysis

Introduction to Strategic Management

Introduction to International Relations

Introduction to International Law

Introduction to Local Government

Local Government in Africa

Introduction to African Languages

Introduction to African Literature

Introduction to African American History & Politics

Introduction to African American Literature

Introduction to Accounting

Introduction to Auditing

Introduction to Conflict Management and Resolution

Introduction to Peace and Security in Africa


Third Year

Public Enterprise Management

Public Finance Management & Budgeting

Introduction to International Organizations

Introduction to Diplomacy

Epistemic decolonization in Africa

Introduction to Indigenous African Knowledge Systems

Introduction to Human Resource Management

Introduction to Information Technology (IT) Management

Politics, Gender & Human Rights in Africa

Media and Politics in Africa

Introduction to Public Health Management

Introduction to Health Economics

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