Brunette, R., J. Klaaren and P. Nqaba (2019) ‘Reform in the Contract State: Embedded directions in public procurement regulation in South Africa’. Development Southern Africa,

Meny-Gibert, S. (2019) ‘State “Infrastructural power” and the Bantustans: the case of education’. African Historical Review, 50(1-2), 46–77.

Joel Pearson (2019) Document Wars and the Local Archives: The Case of Mogalakwena Local Municipality, South African Historical Journal, DOI: 10.1080/02582473.2019.1610036.


Phadi,M., J. Pearson and T. Lesaffre (2018) ‘The Seeds of Perpetual Instability: The Case of Mogalakwena Local Municipality in South Africa’, Journal of Southern African Studies, 44(4), 593–611.



Chilenga, T.J. (2017) ‘Practicalities of the National Development Plan: prospects and challenges, using the rural economy as a case study’, South African Review of Sociology, 48(2): 87–105.

Collis-Buthelezi, V.J. (2017) ‘The Case for Black Studies in South Africa’, The Black Scholar, 47(2): 7–21.

Dominy, G. (2017) ‘The Effects of an Administrative and Policy Vacuum on Access to Archives in South Africa’, Archival Science, 17(4): 393–408.

Rampedi, M. (2017) ‘Youth, protest and political participation: the case of Zamdela’, Journal of African Elections, 16(2): 129–49.



Buthelezi, M. (2016) ‘Why are you learning Zulu again?’ Roundtable on Mark Sanders’ Learning Zulu, Safundi. Journal of South African and American Studies, 18(1), pp. 16-19.

Chipkin, I. (2016) ‘Corruzione, ideologia e neutralità: cosa può dirci la corruzione sulla forma dello Stato. Il caso del Sudafrica’, Africhi e Orienti.

Chipkin, I. (2016) ‘The Decline of African Nationalism and the State of South Africa’, Journal of Southern African Studies, 42(2), pp. 215–27.



Soares Guimarães, A. (2014) “Fronteiras turvas: sociedade e Estado no Trópico de Cochabamba, Bolívia”. Cadernos de trabalho Netsal. Vol. 2(1): 4–26.



Chipkin, I. (2013) ‘Whither the State? Corruption, Institutions and State-Building in South Africa’, Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies, 40(2): 211–31.

Chipkin, I. (2013) Capitalism, City, Apartheid in the Twenty-first Century, Social Dynamics: Journal of African Studies, 39(2): 228–47.

Chipkin, I. and S. Meny-Gibert (2013) ‘New and Contemporary Spaces in South Africa,’ in Social Dynamics, 39 (2): 151–58.

Duca, F. (2013) ‘New Community in a New Space: Artificial, Natural, Created and Contested. An Idea taken from a Golf Estate in Johannesburg’, Social Dynamics, 39(2): 191–209.

van der Heijden, T. and N. Vink (2013) ‘Good for whom? Supermarkets and small farmers in south africa – a critical review of current approaches to increasing access to modern markets’, Agrekon, 52(1): 68–86.

Pakade, N. (2013) ‘What’s in a Name? Exploring the Sexual Identity of Black Women- Loving-Women in Soweto’, Agenda, 27(2): 117–27.



Chipkin, I. (2012) ‘Corruption and the State’, Helen Suzman Foundation FOCUS, 67

Chipkin,I. (2012): ‘Notes Towards a Theory of the Democratic Limit’, Cultural Studies, 26:2-3, 260-28.

Chipkin, I. and S. Meny-Gibert (2012) ‘Why the Past Matters: Studying Public Administration in South Africa’. Journal of Public Administration, 47(1): 102–12.

Dieltiens, V. and S. Meny-Gibert (2012) ‘In Class? Poverty, Social Exclusion and School Access in South Africa’, Journal of Education, 55: 127–44.



Chipkin, I. (2011) ‘Transcending Bureaucracy: State transformation in the age of the manager’, Transformation: Critical perspectives on Southern Africa, 77: 41–61.

Ebrahim, F. and W. Holland (2011) ‘Changing voting patterns?’ Journal of Public Administration: Special Issue, 46: 1139–52.



Soares Guimarães, A. (2010) ‘La capitalización de los hidrocarburos y la modernidad: un análisis de las ideas subyacentes al modelo de gestión y de sus críticas’. Revista Umbrales, 20: 71-104. (The Capitalization of the Hydrocarbons and the modernity: an analysis of the ideas underling the model of management and its critics).

Soares Guimarães, A. (2010) ‘Las políticas hidrocarburíferas en Bolivia: La difícil articulación entre las dimensiones técnico-económica y político-simbólica’. Co-authored with Fernanda Wanderley and Leila Mokrani, Umbrales, 21: 71-100. (Hydrocarbon policies in Bolivia: The difficult articulation between the technical-economic and the political-symbolic dimensions).

Chipkin, I. (2004) ‘Nationalism As Such: Violence During South Africa’s Political Transition’, Public Culture, 16(2): 315–35.

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Chipkin, I. (forthcoming 2018) ‘Sovereignty and Government in Africa after Independence’. Social Imaginaries 4(1).

Brunette, R., J. Klaaren and P. Nqaba. (under review). ‘Law Reform in the Contract State’, Development Southern Africa.

Ndlovu, S. (forthcoming 2018) ‘Navigating Ndebele Identity in the Context of Heritage, History and Memorialisation in Post-Apartheid South Africa’, Journal of Southern African Studies.

Ndlovu, S. (forthcoming 2018) ‘The KwaNdebele Moment: The Politics Of Belonging to Ndebele Identity’, Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa, No 97.

Phadi, M. (under review) ‘Grounded Marxism, Race and Class: Being Black in South Africa: Du Bois Review’.