Gugu Resha holds an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She obtained a BA and Honours in Humanities and Philosophy, respectively, from Stellenbosch University. She is an alumni of the Programme for African Leadership (PfAL) at LSE and the South Africa-Washington International Programme. Gugu has also undertaken internships at the National Women's Law Center and the South African Institute of International Affairs.
Her interests lie in social policy for poverty reduction, democratic inclusivity and, sustainable and inclusive urban development. In her spare time you can find her watching wildlife documentaries, exploring the city by foot or watching stand-up comedy shows.
Content by Gugu Resha
No One Is Safe Until Everyone Is Safe: A Study of Migrant Experiences With COVID-19 in South Africa
Alexandra Willis, Emmanuel Owusu-Sekyere, Gugu Resha, Marie-Noelle Nwokolo, Richard Morrow
18 May 2022
How Africa's Digital Economies Can Deliver Inclusive Development
24 Nov 2021
Assessing the Potential for African Digital Governance to Facilitate Inclusive Development: Rights, Rules & Revenues
19 Nov 2021
Lessons from the Pandora Papers: How the world's elite keep Africa poor through tax avoidance and aid
15 Oct 2021
Averting South Africa's Political Crisis: Will the Basic Income Grant Cut It?
26 Jul 2021
Prioritising Youth and Women: How the Digital Economy Can Protect South Africa's Most Precarious
19 May 2021