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Mr. Pitso Tsibolane - Lecturer
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MA (Creative Writing) - Rhodes University
M.IT - University of Pretoria
BSc (Hons) Computer Science - University Of Cape Town
BSc (Computer Science) - University of Cape Town
Previously worked in multinational IT Consultancy firms such as SAP, Siemens, Accenture & Microsoft
Academic reviewer for international for various international IS journals and conference such as EJISDC, ITfD, IJIKM, ECIS, IFIP, Conf-IRM, ACIST and others
ICT for Development (ICT4D)
Ubuntu and Postcolonial Theory
Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Peer-reviewed conference proceedings
Tsibolane, Pitso and Brown, Irwin, "Principles for Conducting Critical Research Using Postcolonial Theory in ICT4D studies"
. GlobDev 2016. 3. Dublin, Ireland. Available online:
Tsibolane, Pitso, "Towards a Conceptual Framework for Social Wellbeing through Inclusive Frugal ICT innovation in Postcolonial Collectivist contexts"
. International Conference on Information Resources Management (CONF-IRM) 2016 Proceedings. 8. Cape Town, South Africa. Available online:
Van de Ross, Donavan and Tsibolane, Pitso, “The Influence of Teacher Attitudes and Beliefs on Information and Communications Technology Integration Behaviour in South African High Schools”
. International Conference on Information Resources Management (CONF-IRM) 2017 Proceedings. Santiago, Chile. Available Online;
Kunene, Khaya and Tsibolane, Pitso, “To Ban or Not to Ban: Uses and Gratifications of Mobile Phones Among Township High School Learners"
. African Conference On Information Systems & Technology (ACIST) 2017, Cape Town, South Africa
Centre for African Studies, UCT. Philosophy in Africa, Africa in Philosophy Seminar. 2016. Title: Beyond Social Capital: Ubuntu as an explanation for collective wellbeing.
The Royal Geography Society - Institute for British Geographers (RGS-IBG) Annual International Conference. Royal College of London. 2017. Title: Decolonising the Information Systems Curriculum - A contrapuntal postcolonial theory approach.
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