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  • Matshanda, N.T. 2020. Ethiopian reforms and the resolution of uncertainty in the Horn of Africa state system, South African Journal of International Affairs, 27:1, 25-42, DOI: 10.1080/10220461.2020.1736139
  • BR Mngomezulu. 2020. The politics of the coronavirus and its impact on International Relations. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations (AJPSIR), 14(3)116-125.
  • BR Mngomezulu. 2020. Impediments to an active African intelligentsia in championing the Africanisation Agenda. International Journal of African Renaissance Studies: pp. 1-15. doi:10.1080/18186874.2020.1743731.
  • BR Mngomezulu. 2020. “The challenges of transforming South Africa’s historically black universities". In Oluwaseun, T. (ed) (2020, pp.81-97) From ivory towers to ebony towers: Transforming humanities curricula in South Africa, Africa and African-American Studies. South Africa: Jacana South Africa.  
  • BR Mngomezulu. 2020. Foreign policy posture in post-apartheid South Africa: Consistencies and ambiguities (Ed.). 2020. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 978-1-5275-4091-0.

  • Africa, 2019.  Do Election Campaigns Matter in South Africa An Examination of Fluctuations in Support for the ANC, DA, IFP and NNP 1994–2019, Politikon, 46:4, 371-389, DOI: 10.1080/02589346.2019.1684647 
  • Africa, C. 2019.  The Smaller Parties: Who’s in and who’s out?  in Schulz-Herzenberg, C. & Southall, R. (eds). Election 2019: Change and Stability in South Africa’s Democracy. Auckland Park: Jacana Media.
  • Anciano, F. and Piper, L. 2019. Democracy Disconnected: Participation and Governance in a City of the South. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Kim, S. 2019. The misadventure of ‘Korea Aid’: Developmental soft power and the troubling motives of an emerging donor. Third World Quarterly (ISSN:0143-6597) DOI:10.1080/01436597.2019.1622410
  • Mngomezulu, BR. 2019.  “Assessing the suitability of the Proportional Representation electoral system for Southern Africa”, Journal of African Foreign Affairs, 6(2) (August): 157-171.
  • Mngomezulu, BR. And Dube, M. 2019.  “Lost in translation: A critical analysis of xenophobia in Africa (With Mmeli Dube)”, Journal of African Union Studies, 8(2): 67-81.
  • Mngomezulu, BR. 2019.  “Revisiting the notion of ‘African solutions to African problems’: Successes and challenges”, Journal of African Union Studies, 8(2): 9-23.
  • Mngomezulu, BR. & Fayayo, R. 2019.  “The role of the international community in sustaining conflicts in Africa,” Journal of African Foreign Affairs, 6(3) (Dec): 5-21
  • Mngomezulu, BR. 2019.  “Power dynamics in International Relations (IR) thinking and practice: An African perspective”, Journal of African Foreign Affairs, 6(1) (April): 181-193.
  • Piper, L. (ed). 2019. Decolonisation After Democracy: Rethinking the Research and Teaching of Political Science in South Africa. London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-35086-1.

  • Africa, C.  and Mutizwa-Mangiza, S. 2018. “The Need for a New Language How Historically Disadvantaged Institutions Grapple with the Effects of Labelling in Higher Education: The Case of the University of the Western Cape”, Politikon 45(1): 81-93. DOI: 10.1080/02589346.2018.1418213
  • Anciano, F. 2018. Decolonising Clientelism: ‘Re-centring’ Analyses of Local State–Society Relations in South Africa." Politikon Vol.45. No.1. pp.94-111.
  • Kim, S. 2018. Who watches Korean TV dramas in Africa? A preliminary study in Ghana. Media, Culture and Society, 40(2), 296-306. (ISSN: 0163-4437) DOI:10.1177/0163443717706069
  • Mngomezulu, B.R. 2018. Reflecting on the Pan-African Parliament: prospects and challenges. Journal of African Union Studies, 7(2): 45-62.
  • Mngomezulu, B.R. & Ehiane, S. 2018. Issues in Nigeria’s counter-terrorism mechanisms: Prospects for regional cooperation to fight the scourge. Journal of African Union Studies, 7(2): 65-85.
  • Mngomezulu, B.R. & Ehiane, S. 2018. An empirical analysis of socio-economic and political instruments of Boko Haram in Nigeria. Ubuntu: Journal of Conflict Transformation, 7(2): 29-52.
  • Mngomezulu, B.R. & Hadebe, S. 2018.  What would the decolonization of a Political Science curriculum entail? Lessons to be learnt from the East African experience at the Federal University of East Africa. Politikon, 45(1): 66-80.
  • Nombila, A. 2018. “Reading the Idea of Nation, Pan-Africanism and Globalization in the Thought of Dr. Silas Modiri Molema”: Journal of African Union Studies, 7 (2): 149 – 161

  • Anciano, F. 2017. Clientelism as Civil Society Unpacking the Relationship between Clientelism and Democracy at the Local Level in South Africa. Journal of Asian and African Studies, Vol. 53 No.4. pp.593–611. DOI: 0021909617709487
  • Mngomezulu, B.R.  2017. “Internationalisation and Africanisation in a globalizing world”. In Cross, M and Ndofirepi, A (eds.) (pp.183-194). Knowledge and change in Africa. Volume 1 – Current debates. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers
  • Ndofirepi, A., Mngomezulu, B.R. & Cross, M. 2017 “Internationalisation, regionalisation and Africanisation: A critical gaze” (pp.47-66), in Knight, J. & Woldgiorgis, E.T. (eds.) Regionalization of African higher education: progress and prospects. Rotterdam/Taipei: Sense Publishers
  • Piper, L., von Lieres, B. and Anciano, F. 2017. 'Chapter 8: The Tale of Two Publics: Media, Political Representation & Citizenship in Hout Bay Cape Town' in Herman Wasserman and Anthea Garman (eds.) Media and Citizenship in South Africa. Johannesburg: HSRC Press
  • Pretorius, J, 2017.     “Ban the bomb by… banning the bomb?: A South African response” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists · April 2017, DOI: 10.1080/00963402.2017