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.Ngcamu, B.S. 2020. Transformation through the lens of leadership capabilities in South African universities. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 18(3), p. 67-80.
 
4.Mantzaris, E. and Ngcamu, B.S. Dissecting disaster response during COVID-19: An eThekwini Municipality experience. ALTERNATION.
 
5.Ngcamu, B.S. and Chari, F., 2020. Drought Influences on Food Insecurity in Africa: A Systematic Literature Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(16), p.5897.
 
 

       Conference proceedings (DHET accredited)

 

1.Ngcamu, B.S. 2020. Disaster management programmes in South African universities. 11th International Conference on Social Sciences (ICSS 2020).
 
2.Ngcamu, B.S. 2020. Challenges and opportunities brought by transformation in a South African university. 11th International Conference on Social Sciences (ICSS 2020).
 
 
 

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.

 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.

 

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.