Thatshisiwe Ndlovu completed both her Bachelor and Masters of Arts in Development Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand. She received the Post-Graduate Merit Award Scholarship from the university to study towards her Masters. In 2005 Thatshisiwe obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Zimbabwe, majoring in English and Linguistics. Her topics of interest include social justice, public policy, democratisation, African politics, service delivery, state capacity, and community development.
Soares Guimarães, A., F. Duca and T. Ndlovu (2018) ‘Taxation and State-Society Relations in Sub-Saharan Africa: the cases of Cameroon, Mozambique and South Africa’. A PARI report. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.
Pearson, J. and T. Ndlovu (2018) ‘”I am no longer applying straight” – Human Resource Practices in State Institutions: perspectives of public servants’. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.
Ndlovu, T. (2017) ‘Fiscal Histories of Sub-Saharan Africa: the Case of South Africa’. Fiscal Histories Working Paper No.2. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.