Dr Bethuel Sibongiseni Ngcamu

Sibongiseni is currently the Head of Department: Public Management and Leadership. He holds two PhDs in higher education and public management. He started his career as a geography teacher in a secondary school and joined the eThekwini Municipality as a Consultant to the City Manager on Research and a Management Advisor where he managed a myriad of projects and conducted change management interventions. Dr Ngcamu has a vast experience in universities as a manager, consultant and an academic where he has taught and published a number of empirical studies in different disciplines. His specialisations include knowledge management, service delivery in municipalities, leadership and transformation, performance management system, disaster and risk management, humanitarian supply chain management, organisational development in universities and xenophobia. He has published peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and peer reviewed conference papers. He has won various best researcher awards at different universities. He has supervised and graduated Masters and doctoral students. Sibongiseni Ngcamu has also been involved in the curriculum development and accreditation of a myriad of both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in different universities.

Journal articles (DHET accredited)

2020

  1. Mantzaris, E. and Ngcamu, B.S. 2020. Municipal corruption in the era of a Covid-19 pandemic: Four South African case studies. Journal of Public Administration. 55(3.1): 461-479.
  2. Chari, F., Ngcamu, B.S. and 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Mantzaris, E. and Ngcamu, B.S. Dissecting disaster response during COVID-19: An eThekwini Municipality experience. Alternation Special Edition 32, 117-144.
  7. 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 Health17(16), p.5897.
  8. Mantzaris, E. and Ngcamu, B.S. 2020. Municipal corruption in the era of a Covid-19 pandemic: Four South African case studies. Journal of Public Administration. 55(3.1): 461-479.

2021

Ngcamu, B.S. and Mantzaris, E., 2021. Partial, falsified and adverse print media reporting: studying 2015 xenophobic violence. African Identities, pp.1-18.

Chari, F., Novukela, C. and Ngcamu, B.S., 2021. Artisanal mining versus sustainability of agricultural food supply chains: effects of the conflicts in Southern Zimbabwe. Development in Practice, pp.1-12.

Chari, F., Muzinda, O., Novukela, C. and Ngcamu, B.S., 2021. The effects of supply chain cooperation on humanitarian relief operations: A case of Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe. Journal of transport and supply chain management15, p.11.

Mantzaris, E. and Ngcamu, B.S., 2021. Dissecting shelter for the displaced immigrants’ operations and challenges in the 2015 xenophobic violence in Durban. Cogent Social Sciences7(1), p.1875579.

Ngcamu, B.S., 2021. Change Management Strategies as the Nexus of Performance Improvement in African Universities Post-COVID-19 Pandemic. Global Perspectives on Change Management and Leadership in the Post-COVID-19 Era, pp.90-105.

Mantzaris, E.A. and Ngcamu, B.S., Dissecting Disaster Responses during COVID-19: An eThekwini Municipality Experience. Responses in the Time of Pandemic, p.117.