Khangelani Moyo
Khangelani Moyo
Researcher at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Verified email at wits.ac.za
TitleCited byYear
Strategy and tactics: Chinese immigrants and diasporic spaces in Johannesburg, South Africa
P Harrison, K Moyo, Y Yang
Journal of Southern African Studies 38 (4), 899-925, 2012
452012
South African HIV/AIDS programming overlooks migration, urban livelihoods, and informal workplaces
J Vearey, M Richter, L N˙˝ez, K Moyo
African Journal of AIDS Research 10 (sup1), 381-391, 2011
312011
Street-level bureaucracy: the interface between health personnel and migrant patients at Hillbrow Community Health Centre
K Moyo
Unpublished MA Thesis. Forced Migration Studies Programme, University of theá…, 2010
62010
HIV prevention in the workplace and beyond: the importance of engaging with migration, urban livelihoods and the “informal economy” in South Africa
J Vearey, L Nunez, M Richter, K Moyo
African Journal of AIDS Research 10 (supplement), 381-391, 2011
52011
‘Ethnic Enclave of a Special Sort?’Mozambicans in La Rochelle, Johannesburg
K Moyo, E Cossa
Journal of Southern African Studies 41 (1), 141-158, 2015
42015
Street level interface: the interaction between health personnel and migrant patients at an inner city public health facility in Johannesburg.
K Moyo
42010
Zhongguo renji guanxi de tezhi—bentu de gainian jiqi moshi 中国人际关系的特质—本土的概念及其模式 (The Characteristics of Chinese Interpersonal Relationship—The Local Conceptá…
X Zhai, 翟学伟
China Academic Journal of Sociological Studies 4, 74-83, 1993
31993
Visual representations in South Africa of China and the Chinese people
P Harrison, Y Yang, K Moyo
Journal of African Cultural Studies 29 (1), 25-45, 2017
22017
Zimbabweans in Johannesburg, South Africa: Space, movement and spatial identity
K Moyo
22017
(Un) Rest in Peace: The (Local) Burial of Foreign Migrants as a Contested Process of Place Making
K Moyo, L N˙˝ez, T Leuta
Routes and Rites to the City, 273-305, 2016
12016
of Foreign Migrants as a Contested Process of Place Making
K Moyo, L N˙˝ez, T Leuta
Space and belonging: a multi-sited ethnography of migrant spaces in the City of Johannesburg
K Moyo
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