Dr K Sausi
Mr Kombi Sausi holds a Master?s in Anthropology from the Unviersity of KwaZulu-Natal and is currently employed in the Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery (DGSD) programme as a PhD researcher. He is specialising in the Anthropology of Water. His PhD focuses on household dynamics and gender relations in water deficient villages in OR Tambo and Amathole District Municipalities.
Before joining the HSRC he was a graduate assistant at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and a part-time lecturer until the end of 2010.
He joined the HSRC as fieldworker trainer and coordinator of on the Accelerated Sustainable Water Service Delivery (ASWSD) project in two district municipalities in the Eastern Cape, namely OR Tambo and Amatole. The project spanned eight remote villages which were in dire need of water access.
Kombi was seconded to the Presidential Review Committee on State Owned Entities (SOEs) to provide research support to the Research Development Unit of the committee. This involved writing report and reviewing past reviews of different portfolio SOEs.
His areas of interest include service delivery, migration and water management.
Age Validation of the Early Learning and Development Standards for the Ministry of Education and Training in Lesotho
Assessment of the Impact of the Decisions of the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Appeal
The overall aim of the research project is to assess the impact of the two highest courts, the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Appeal on....