Mogomme Alpheus Masoga is professor and dean of the Humanities Faculty. Mogomme’s research in African indigenous research and Decoloniality follows a 25-year experience. He has managed to develop Afro-sensed approaches and frames for conducting research in and with local communities. Pushing for a strong place of local communities in research and challenging researchers to ‘negotiate space’ in their work. He is the book series editor of the series publication working under the title, Knowledge Pathing: Multi-, Inter- and Trans-Disciplining in Social Sciences published by AOSIS. Recent published books: Studies on Indigenous Knowledge (2020) and Narratives of Culture, Identity and Community: From Mother to Son (2021).