Association for Free Research and International Cooperation


Jose Matemulane

AFRIC President

Jose Matemulane, born in 1979 in Mozambique, made his studies in the Russian Federation, where he got his Doctorate in Political Psychology. His area of interest is politics with a special passion for dynamics of mass consciousness and human development and geopolitics. He lectures at Universidade Pedagogica de Moçambique.


Mikael Cheuwa

AFRIC Project Coordinator

Mikael was born in Cameroon and graduated from the University of Technology of Douala. He also has a degree in software development engineering, and environmental protection (EuroAcademia, Estonia). After having lived and worked abroad for over than 10 years, Mikael has become one of the AFRIC (Association for Free Research and International Cooperation) founders in order to develop a project that empowers researchers and journalists to share their vision about
current events and policies.


Clifton Ellis

AFRIC Strategist

Clifton has over 15 years of both academic and industrial experience  in renewable energy technology development and their application and energy management in Europe, North America and Australia. In
2018 he founded the International Sustainable Energy Organisation (ISEO) along with four close friends in an attempt to assist with the expansion of electricity access to rural Africa via a bottom-up strategy
of building and fostering relations with local stakeholders within each community. Clifton is a project coordinator for the Association of Free Research and Internationl Cooperation (AFRIC). In this capacity
he functions as a strategist and geopolitical analyst where he speaks on issues of Pan-Africanism, sovereignty and is a critique of western exceptionalism.