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Book Chapters

Batsani-Ncube, Innocent (2022) 'China's 'parliament building gift' to Malawi: exploring its rationale, tensions and asymmetrical gains.' In: Tomkinson, Jo, Mulugeta, Daniel and Gallagher, Julia, (eds.), Architecture and Politics in Africa: Making, Living and Imagining Identities through Buildings. London: James Currey, pp. 54-72. (Studies in Urban Africa)

Journal Article

Batsani-Ncube, Innocent (2023) 'Purpose-built parliament buildings and the institutionalisation of parliament in Lesotho and Malawi.' Parliamentary Affairs, 76 (4). pp. 947-967.

Batsani-Ncube, Innocent (2022) 'Whose building? tracing the politics of the Chinese government-funded parliament building in Lesotho.' Journal of Southern African Studies, 48 (5). pp. 883-900.

Manful, Kuukuwa Oduguamba, Batsani-Ncube, Innocent and Gallagher, Julia (2022) 'Invented modernisms: getting to grips with modernity in three African state buildings.' Curator: The Museum Journal, 65 (3). pp. 569-589.

Batsani-Ncube, Innocent (2021) 'Governing from the opposition?’: tracing the impact of EFF’s ‘niche populist politics’ on ANC policy shifts.' Africa Review, 13 (2). pp. 199-216.

Book Reviews

Batsani-Ncube, Innocent (2021) 'Review of: EXCELGATE: how Zimbabwe’s 2018 Presidential election was stolen.' Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 40 (1). pp. 149-151.


Batsani-Ncube, Innocent (2022) 'Made by China': the politics and implications of Chinese government funded and constructed Parliament buildings in Lesotho, Malawi and Zimbabwe. PhD thesis. SOAS University of London. DOI:

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