Published journal articles (DHET accredited)

 
 
1.Mushanyuri, B.E. & Ngcamu, B.S., 2020, ‘The effectiveness of humanitarian supply chain management in Zimbabwe’, Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management 14(0), a505. https://doi. org/10.4102/jtscm.v14i0.505.
 
2.Chari, F., Ngcamu, B.S. & Novukela, C. 2020. Supply chain risks in humanitarian relief operations: a case of Cyclone Idai relief efforts in Zimbabwe Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management. DOI 10.1108/JHLSCM-12-2019-0080.
 
 
3.Mantzaris, E. and Ngcamu, B.S. Dissecting disaster response during COVID-19: An eThekwini Municipality experience. ALTERNATION.
 
4. Jakoet-Salie. A. 2016: Paper published in Vol 24, Issue 1 of Administratio Publica 2016: A LOCAL GOVERNMENT TURNAROUND STRATEGY FROM A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE

 

Publications

 

  • Pillay, S. 2019. “Implications of Socio-economic Issues on the Practice of Co-creation and Governance in South Africa”, Administratio Publica, Volume 27, No.4.

 

  • Pillay, S., Taylor, D. & Govindjee, A. 2017. “International instruments affecting persons with disabilities in South Africa: Viability for promoting democratic governance and citizen rights”, Africa Insight, Volume 47, No.2.

 

  • Pillay, S, Taylor, D & Raga, K. 2015. “Towards an Inclusive South African State: The role of equality and human rights in promoting equal opportunities for persons with disabilities in the workplace”, African Journal of Public Affairs, Volume 8, No. 4.

 

  • Pillay, S. “Conceptualizing Developmental Local Government: A Framework for Effective Local Economic Development Strategy Formulation in South Africa”, Journal of African & Asian Local Government Studies, Volume 2, No. 3.

 

  • Jakoet-Salie. A. 2020:     E-GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES IN SOUTH AFRICA: A PLAUSIBLE ATTEMPT AT EFFECTIVE DELIVERY OF SERVICES: Paper published in Volume, 28 No.3 of Administratio Publica 2020

  • Jakoet-Salie. A. CREATING A VIRTUOUS CYCLE FOR INCREASED TRUST IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT: The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 15(1)

 

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 BOOK CHAPTERS 

  • Pillay, S. 2017. The Role of Constitutionalism in Promoting the Democratic Rights of Persons with Disabilities in South African Public Policy in the Democratization of Africa: Dynamics and Trends. Texas: Pan African University Press.

 

  • Jakoet-Salie. A. 2021. Editor : INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH 4TH EDITION, VAN SCHAIK PUBLISHERS

 

Research/Publications highlights to date

 

  • Editing a textbook for Van Schaik “Introduction to Research” : A workplan has been submitted and documentation for the approval and sign-off of a book budget will be submitted by the Commissioning Editor
  • External examiner for the University of Stellenbosch
  • Independent peer reviewer for DHET accredited journal within the Academy of Science of South Africa
  • Journal Peer Reviewer for interdisciplinary journal for the Study of Arts and Humanities in Southern Africa

 

Research/Publications highlights to date (continued)

 

  • Administratio Publica: A Local Government Turnaround Strategy from a South African perspective. 2016
  • Journal of Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa: Creating a virtuous cycle for increasing trust in local government, 2020.
  • Book Chapter 6 in book series (AOSIS Scholarly Books): A governance perspective in promoting co-production of public services to improve trust in governance. Submitted 2019.
  • Administratio Publica: E-government strategies in South Africa: A plausible attempt at effective delivery of services.