Nomboniso Gasa (born 12 February 1967 in Cape Town) is South African Researcher and analyst on gender, politics and cultural issues. She speaks publicly on gender, politics, and culture.
Nomboniso is also a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Law and Society of the law faculty of the University of Cape Town.
- Real Name: Papama Nomboniso Gasa
- Gender: Female
- Date of birth: 12 February 1967
- Place of birth: Cape Town
- Profession: Researcher and analyst on gender, politics and cultural issues
- Spouse: Raymond Suttner
She was born on the 12th of February, 1967 in Cape Town. Papama Nomboniso Gasa is 53 years old.
- BA, University of the Western Cape Commissioner, Commission on Gender Equality.
- Board member of the Development Bank of Southern Africa.
- A feminist-activist, essayist, writer, and researcher who has published on many issues.
- National Gender Machineries and Masculinist Representations of African Cultures.
She is married to the South African activist, academic, journalist and public figure Raymond Suttner.
She focuses on the intersecting of land, living custom. Nomboniso also intersects the construction of identities and traditional leadership.
She served as the executive secretary in the 1990s. Her duty was to develop policy in the ANC’s Commission on the Emancipation of Women.
Nomboniso was also involved in the ANC’s decisive contribution to the negotiation of a new constitution. She had her main focus on gender equality.
She was also the head of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (I-IDEA) in Nigeria.
Nomboniso initiated and drove a huge research program with Nigerian and international scholars.
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She has released several publications including “Women in South African History” (2007, HSRC Press).
Nomboniso has also published essays as an art critic in catalogs & written in popular media.
She has actively participated in political activism since her teenage years.
As a result, led her to detention (first) without trial and her torture when she was fourteen (14) in the former Transkei.
- “The HSRC Council.Pdf“. Our People retrieved 2020-18-02.
- “Ms Nomboniso Gasa“. UCT Research Portal retrieved 2020-18-02.
- “Biographies“. HKW retrieved 2020-18-02.
- “Nomboniso Gasa: Long and short of the gender issue“. Mail & Guardian Percy Zvomuya. 21 Nov 2013 retrieved 2020-18-02.