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  1. Kalenga, C. R., & Fourie, E. (2012). Trekking back to mainstream for Inclusive Education, is it there? Journal of education studies, 38(2): 175-187.
     
  2. Maphosa, C. & Kalenga, R.C. (2012). Displacing or depressing the lecture system: Towards a transformative model of institution for the 21st century university. The anthropologist, 14 (6): 555-563.
     
  3. Tchatchoueng, S. Ntombela, S & Kalenga, R. (2012). Learning Via English: Experiences of 12 indigenous African Trainee-teachers at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. In J. Wassermann & S. Reddy (Ed). SURVEYING STUDENT RESEARCH IN THE HUMANITIES: Proceedings of the 2012 Postgraduate Conference of the University of KwaZulu-Natal College of Humanities. Durban: University of KwaZulu-Natal. Page 63-79.
     
  4. Kalenga, R.C., Chikoko, V. & Khanare, F.  (2013) Leadership practices among the Lamba people of Zambia: Some implications for school leadership. African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (INDILINGA), 12(2): 231-241
     
  5. Kalenga, C. R. & Chikoko, V. (2014) One principal’s experience of inclusive education: A case study. The journal of Social Sciences, 38(3): 321-331
     
  6. Kalenga, C. R., Fourie, E. & Maphosa, C. (2014)  Replicating Society Discrimination of disadvantage and Marginalized groups: Inclusive Education and the power of curriculum. The Anthropologist, 17(2): 523-532.
     
  7. Fourie, E. & Kalenga, R. C. (2014) An investigation into practical interventions for quality for Early Childhood Development: The siyakhulisa project. International Journal of Social Sciences, 6(2): 287-296.
     
  8. Kalenga, C. R., & Mweli, P. (2013). Exploring learners’ experiences of inclusive education: the voice of the voiceless. ERIC. http://www.eric.ed.gov
     
  9. Kalenga, R. C., (2013). Lamba Language: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/lamba_language
     
  10. Kalenga, C. R.  (2014) Exploring effective leadership and management for three Inclusive schools in Sedibeng District of Gauteng province.International Business Conference proceedings, Swakopmund, Namibia, 19-21 August 2014.
     
  11. Kalenga, C. R. & Mngomezulu, S. (2015).  Psycho-social challenges of underperforming students in the Faculty of Education at the University of Kwa Zulu Natal in South Africa.  Anthropologist, 19(3): 749-761.
     
  12. Kalenga, R.C. (2015) Adjusting Western Research Techniques to accommodate research in the Indigenous realm. Indilinga, 14(1)1-11.
     
  13. Kalenga, R.C. & Makuwira, J. (2015) Is this development and freedom? Sex risk behaviour in the era of HIV and AIDS. International Business Conference proceedings, Livingstone, Zambia, 21- 23 September 2015.
     
  14. Steenkamp, von der Marwitz, Baasner-Weihs & Pietersen, Are HIV Workplace Programmes relevant in the automotive industry in South Africa? South African Journal of Human Resource Management, 13(1) Art. #609, 10 pages.http:/ /dx.doi.org/10.4102/sajhrm.v13i1.609
     
  15. Steenkamp, Lategan, Raubenheimer, The impact of Ready-to-Use Supplementary Food (RUSF) in targeted supplementation of children with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) in South Africa, South African family Practice, DOI: 10.1080/20786190.2015.1078153
     
  16. Presenting author: Steenkamp: The impact of social grants on hunger in the Eastern Cape. Nutrition Congress, September 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa (oral presentation).
     
  17. Presenting author: Steenkamp, Venter, Walsh & Dana, Socio-economic and demographic factors related to HIVstatus in urban informal settlements in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, African Journal of AIDS Research 2014, 13(3): 271-279.
     
  18. Lategan and Steenkamp, Household Food Insecurity amongst Children with Moderate Malnutrition in South Africa, The International Symposium on Understanding Moderate Malnutrition for Effective Interventions, Vienna, Austria, 26 – 29 May 2014 (poster)
     
  19. Steenkamp and Lategan, Alarming default rates in South African Children with Moderate Malnutrition on Targeted Supplementary Feeding Programmes, The International Symposium on Understanding Moderate Malnutrition for Effective Interventions, Vienna, Austria, 26 – 29 May 2014 (poster).
     
  20. Presenting author: The acceptability and intake of lipid-based pastes as a food supplement in a South African context, SAJCN, 2013, vol 26(3): 150 – 151.
     
  21. Mkontwana, Steenkamp, von der Marwitz, Challenges in the implementation of the Infant and Young Child Feeding Policy to prevent MTCT of HIV IN THE Nelson Mandela Bay district, SAJCN, 2013, vol.26(2): 26 - 32.
     
  22. Steenkamp, von der Marwitz, Busolo, An innovative online HIV/STI prevention programme in Higher Education: Preliminary Results NMMU, South African Journal of Higher Education, 2012, 26(5): 1066-79.
     
  23. Cishe, E. N., Mantlana, C. D., & Nyembezi, N. (2015).Teaching practices from a theoretical perspective. International Journal of Educational Sciences, 9(2): 163-171.
     
  24. Nyembezi, N. & Bayaga, A. (2015). Choosing the Best Predictor of Cloud Computing Usage. In Proceedings of the 6th annual Didactics Symposium, 28–29 October 2013, North West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa. pp 39-50, ISBN: 978-0-620-64711-3.
     
  25. Nyembezi, N. & Bayaga, A. (2015). The Influence of Performance Expectancy on High School Learners’ Intention to Use Cloud Computing. Paper presented at the 6th annual Didactics Symposium, 28–29 October 2013, North West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa. pp 90-104, ISBN: 978-0-620-64711-3.
     
  26. Nyembezi, N. & Bayaga, A. (2014). Best Predictor of Cloud Computing Usage among Various Constructs.  International Journal of Educational Sciences, 7(1): 1-8.
     
  27. Nyembezi, N. & Bayaga, A. (2014). Performance Expectancy and Usage of Information Systems and Technology: Cloud Computing. International Journal of Educational Sciences, 7(3): 579-586.
     
  28. Nyembezi, N. (2014). Intensifying HIV Education for Sustainable Human and Social Development. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 7(9): 163-172.
     
  29. Nyembezi, N. (2014). Reorienting Teacher Education towards Social Inclusion for Sustainable Development. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 7(10): 11-18.
     
  30. Nyembezi, N. (2015). Collaboration between the University and TVET Colleges in Integrating HIV and AIDS into the Curriculum. Paper presented at the Community Engagement Symposium, 22-23 June 2015, North West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa.
     
  31. Nyembezi, N. (2014). Intensifying HIV Education for Sustainable Human and Social Development. Paper presented at the OIDA International Conference on Sustainable Development, 02–03 December 2014, University of Zululand, Richards Bay, South Africa.
     
  32. Nyembezi, N. (2014). Reorienting Teacher Education towards Social Inclusion for Sustainable Development. Paper presented at the OIDA International Conference on Sustainable Development, 02–03 December 2014, University of Zululand, Richards Bay, South Africa.
     
  33. Nyembezi, N. (2014). Teachers’ Integration of ICT into School Curriculum in South Africa. Paper presented at the International Conference on Socioeconomic Development, 26–29 November 2014, Federal University of Paraiba, João Pessoa, Brazil.
     
  34. Nyembezi, N. (2014). Teaching Practices towards Education for Sustainable Development. Paper presented at the International Conference on Socioeconomic Development, 26–29 November 2014, Federal University of Paraiba, João Pessoa, Brazil.
     
  35. Nyembezi, N. & Bayaga, A. (2014). The Effect of Performance Expectancy on Learners’ Intention: Adoption and Use of Cloud Computing in High Schools. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 11–13 June 2014, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
     
  36. Nyembezi, N. (2014). Learners’ Attitudes towards their Vulnerability to HIV infection: Advocacy for Behavioural Change. Paper presented at the 6th WSU International Research Conference, 05-07 March 2014, Walter Sisulu University, Mthatha, South Africa.
     
  37. Nyembezi, N. & Bayaga, A. (2014). Analysis of the Determinants of Cloud Computing Adoption and Use by Senior Secondary School Learners. Paper presented at the Education Association of South Africa annual conference, 13-15 January 2014, University of the Free State, Clarens, South Africa.  
     
  38. Nyembezi, N. & Bayaga, A. (2014). The Effect of Effort Expectancy on School Learners’ Adoption and Use of Cloud Computing. Paper presented at the Education Association of South Africa annual conference, 13-15 January 2014, University of the Free State, Clarens, South Africa.