(University of Cape Town)
Henrietta Nyamnjoh is a Research Fellow at African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town. She holds an MPhil degree in African Studies/Development Studies and a PhD both from Leiden University. Her research interests include: migration and mobility, transnational studies and migrants’ urban space appropriation. She recently completed a study on the use of Information and Communication Technologies amongst mobile Cameroonian migrants in South Africa, The Netherlands and Cameroon titled Bridging Mobilities: ICTs appropriation by Cameroonians in South Africa and The Netherlands.
In addition to the above research interests, Henrietta is also interested in understanding religion in the context of migration and migrants’ experiences of seeking health care in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
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