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HIV & AIDS Research Unit

2016 publications

  1. Kalenga, R.C. & Makuwira, J. (2016). Is this development and freedom? Managing sex risk behaviour in the era of HIV and AIDS. Management studies, 4 (6): 266-278.

  2. Kalenga, R.C. & Meda, L. (2016). ‘I will Paddle my own canoe’: Experiences of unaccompanied refugee children. Journal of Human Ecology, 54(3): 203-209.

  3. Chimbala-Kalenga, R. & Fourie, E. (2015) An Exploration of early childhood development educators’ challenges: A case study of Siyakhulisa project in Vaal Triangle. Journal of Education Sciences, 14(2):25-49.

  4. Ezeonachusi, N., Chimbala-Kalenga, R. & Jaffe, S. (2016). An exploration of the 4th year readiness in teaching in inclusive schools: A case study of ECD curriculum at UKZN/Edgewood Campus. International Journal of Educational Sciences, 15(3): 510-516.

  5. Nyembezi, N & Machingambi, S. (2016). A need to intensify HIV & AIDS Education in secondary Schools. Journal of Social Sciences, 47 (2): 123-131.

  6. Nyembezi, N., Cishe, E.N., & Mantlana, C.D. (2016). Teachers’ adoption of ICT in foundation phase teaching: A study of selected schools in the Eastern Cape in South Africa. International Journal of Educational Sciences, 12 (1): 57-65.

  7. Steenkamp L, Goosen A, Venter D and Beeforth, M. Food Insecurity among students living with HIV: Strengthening safety nets at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa. SAHARA-J: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS. 2016, 13(1): 106-112.

  8. Cronje J H, Williams M, Steenkamp L, Venter D & Elkonin D. The quality of life of HIV-infected South African university students: Experiences with the WHOQOL-HIV-Bref. AIDS Care. 2016, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2016.1234688.

  9. Steenkamp L, Lategan R & Raubenheimer J. Moderate malnutrition in children aged five years and younger in South Africa: are wasting or stunting being treated? S Afr J Clin Nutr. 2016, 29(1): 27-31.

  10. Truter I and Steenkamp L, Dipensing of vitamin products by retail pharmacies in South Africa: Implications for dietitians. S Afr J Clin Nutr. 2016, 29(4): 133-138.

  11. Steenkamp L, Truter I, Williams M, Goosen A, Oxley-Oxland I, van Tonder E and Venter D. Nutritional status and metabolic risk in HIV-infected university students: Challenges in their monitoring and management: Accepted for publication Dec 2016 - South African Family Practice.


Book chapters

  1. Mji, G., Kalenga, R. C. & Banda, D (2016) Exploring the implications of exclusion of indigenous knowledge in education system as a tool for rural development. In: The hand-book of research on social, cultural, and educational considerations of Indigenous knowledge in developing countries. UNISA Press: Pretoria-South Africa. Pg. 35-58.