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Presentations at Science forum South Africa, 2020.
Two office-bearing members of the APS, Professor Joel Modiri and Phila Msimang, participated in the roundtable discussion held by the Department of Science & Innovation in conjunction with Science Forum South Africa called "Research excellence, peer review, and epistemic justice". See more information about the event here and see the roundtable discussion in the YouTube video on the right.
"What is South African Philosophy". UP, 2020.
The Convenor of the APS, Ndumiso Dlalda, was invited to present on a panel at an event organised by the University of Pretoria's philosophical society, Footnotes. The panel presentations composed of a reading of a paper by Leonhard Praeg, a presentation by Ndumiso Dladla, and a presentation by Mpho Tshivhase.
African Philosophy World Conference. UDSM, 2019.
The APS attended and presented their work at the Third Biennial African Philosophy World Conference held at the University of Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. This was an opportunity to reconnect with colleagues across the continent and share recent advances in work and research in African philosophical traditions.
Inaugural Constituting conference of the APS. UFH, 2018.
The APS held its constitutive conference in the Department of Political Studies' Centre for Leadership Ethics in Africa (CLEA) at the University of Fort Hare (UFH). It was here that the programme of the APS was decided and its leadership formally elected.
Launch and conference of the APS. UNISA, 2017.
The APS was officially launched during the Black August Cultural Festival hosted by the College of Human Sciences at the University of South Africa (UNISA). The launch of the society was accompanied by a philosophical conference on the state of philosophy in the South Africa in which views on the way forward in the academy and broader society were presented.