The South African Humanities Deans Association (SAHUDA) is established by resolution of the Deans of Faculties of Humanities (or equivalent faculties). This proposal emerges from two gatherings of Deans (or their representatives) at the University of Johannesburg, on 26-27 February 2009, and 5-6 November 2010. SAHUDA is deemed to be the duly constituted and authorised body representing its members
PROF PAMELA MASEKO
Prof Pamela Maseko is currently the Executive Dean of the Humanities at Nelson Mandela University. Her Scholarship Sociolinguistics and Language Policy and Planning has focused on the effects of Language and planning in education in African multilingual contexts. Learn More
WHAT WE DO
SAHUDA collaborate with the National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences. See HSS Responses to COVID-19.
To express the views of its members, after due consultation, when requested or at its own
initiative, on matters of concern or interest to Humanities education at public universities.
To hold regular meetings with its members to discuss matters of common interest to the
management and execution of teaching, learning and research in the Humanities at South Africa’s universities.