Prof Vuyisile Msila is the former head of the Institute for African Renaissance Studies at the University of South Africa. He is currently a faculty member at the University of South Africa. He has held academic positions at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and University of Johannesburg.
Msila’s published works include A Place To Live: Red Location and Its History from 1903 to 2013 (2014), Ubuntu: Shaping the Current Workplace With African Wisdom (2015), Africanising The Curriculum: Indigenous Perspectives and Theories (2016), Developing Teaching and Learning in Africa: Decolonising Perspectives (2020). He is a regular columnist at Sunday Independent and other independent newspapers in South Africa.
In 1999 Msila was a Fulbright Fellow and earned a degree in Curriculum Theory and Teaching in Michigan State University, USA. He has a doctoral degree from Vista University, Port Elizabeth. His interests include African Leadership, African Philosophy and Decolonisation of Education.