Journal Articles

  • 2018

  • 2017

      1. Schenck, Rinie & Theodore, Nik & Blaauw, Phillip & Swart, Elizabeth & M M Viljoen, Jacoba. (2017). The N2 scrap collectors: Assessing the viability of informal recycling using the sustainable livelihoods framework. Community Development Journal. 10.1093/cdj/bsx018.
  • 2016

      1. Apea Bah, F.B., Minnaar, A., Bester, M.J. and Duodu, K.G., (2016). Sorghum–cowpea composite porridge as a functional food, Part II: Antioxidant properties as affected by simulated in vitro gastrointestinal digestion. Food Chemistry 197, 307-315.

      2. Conradie, E.M., (2016). What do we do when we eat? Part 2: A theological inquiry. Scriptura 115, 1-19. doi:

      3. Conradie, E.M., (2016). What do we do when we eat? Part 1: An inconclusive inquiry. Scriptura 115, 1-17. doi:

      4. Driemeyer, H., Pieterse, E. and Esposito, G., (2016). The evaluation of the use of larvae meal in pig creep diets, E. Pieterse, ed. In: Proceedings of the 49th congress of the South African Society for Animal Science: Novel research functional farming 2016, Stellenbosch University, pp. 71-71.

      5. Duvenage, S. and Korsten, L., (2016). Effect of Temperature and Nutrient Concentration on Survival of Foodborne Pathogens in Deciduous Fruit Processing Environments for Effective Hygiene Management. Journal of Food Protection, 79(11), pp.1959–1964. Available at:

      6. Greenberg, S. (2016). Corporate power in the agro-food system and the consumer food environment in South Africa. Journal of Peasant Studies (impact factor 4.311)

      7. Haggblade, S., Duodu, K.G., Kabasa, J.D., Minnaar, A., Ojijo, N.K.O. and Taylor, J.R.N., (2016). Emerging early actions to bend the curve in sub-Saharan Africa’s nutrition transition. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 37, 219-241

      8. Hendriks S, van der Merwe, C, Ngidi MS, Manyamba C, Mbele M, McIntyre M, Molefe QN, Mphephu MN, Mgwane L. (2016). What are we measuring? A comparison of household food security indicators from a sample of households in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 55:2, 141-162, DOI: 10.1080/03670244.2015.1094063

      9. Jongman, M. and Korsten, L., (2016). Assessment of irrigation water quality and microbiological safety of leafy greens in different production systems. Journal of Food Safety, (May), pp.1–12. 

      10. Kotzé, M., (2016). Human genetic engineering and social justice in South Africa: Jürgen Moltmann and human dignity. Acta Theologica 36(1), 70-84.

      11. Kotzé, M., (2016). GM food and collective sin: A Christian theological ethical reflection. Scriptura 115, 1-12.

      12. Kupolati, M.D., Gericke, G.J., MacIntyre, U.E., Ferreira, R., Fraser, W. and Du Toit, P., (2016). Nutrition Education Practices of Primary School Teachers in a Resource-Constrained Community in Gauteng, South Africa, Ecology of Food and Nutrition, DOI:10.1080/03670244.2016.1161615.

      13. Louw, M.H., Meyer, F.H. and Kirsten, J.F., (2016). Vertical Price Transmission and its Inflationary Implications in South African Staple Food Chains. Agrekon. 

      14. Louw, M.H., Meyer, F.H. and Kirsten, J.F., (2016). Analysing the Impact of Macro-Economic Factors on Food Inflation in South Africa. Agrekon. 

      15. Maphalla T. and Emmambux M.N., (2016). Functionality of maize, wheat, teff and cassava starches with stearic acid and xanthan gum. Carbohydrate Polymers 136, 970-978.

      16. Njage, P. and Buys, E.M., (2016). Quantitative assessment of human exposure to extended spectrum and AmpC β-lactamases bearing E. coli in lettuce attributable to irrigation water and subsequent horizontal gene transfer. International Journal of Food Microbiology.

      17. Nyamakwere, F., Muchenje, V., Mushonga, B., Makepe, M. and Mutero, G., (2016). Assessment of Salmonella, Escherichia coli, Enterobacteriaceae and aerobic colony counts contamination levels during the beef slaughter process. Journal of Food Safety. In Press. DOI: 10.1111/jfs.12275

      18. Ocloo, F.C.K., Minnaar, A. and Emmambux, M.N., (2016). Effects of stearic acid and gamma irradiation, alone and in combination, on pasting properties of high amylose maize starch. Food Chemistry 190, 12-19

      19. Richter, L., Du Plessis, E.M., Duvenage, S., Baloyi, T. and Korsten, L., (2016). Prevalence and characterization of foodborne pathogens on spinach and tomatoes with a focus on extended-spectrum-b-lactamase producing Enterobacteriaceae. Food Control (impact factor: 3.388).

      20. Rozanov, A., Tarassova, T., Hardie, A. and Sigge, G.O., (2016). Sorption of gallic acid onto pine and eucalypt biochar: implications for filtration of polyphenol-contaminated wastewaters. Bioresource Technology 

      21. Umeugochukwu, O.P., Rozanov, A., Sigge, G.O., Tarassova, T. and Hardie, A., (2016). Mechanism of gallic acid and polyphenol adsorption from olive mill wastewater onto pinewood biochar. Submitted to Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering (impact factor - 1.428)

  • 2015

      1. Adetunji, A.I., Duodu, K.G. and Taylor, J.R.N. (2015). Inactivation of tannins in milled sorghum grain through steeping in dilute NaOH solution. Food Chemistry, 175, 225-232

      2. Blaauw, P. F., Viljoen, JMM, Schenck C J and Swart E C. (2015). To “spot” and “point”: managing waste pickers’ access to landfill waste in the North-West Province Africa Growth Agenda, 12(1)

      3. Byaraguba, G. (2015) Basic human rights and correlative duties: A litmus for sustainable development. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 17:5, 12 – 32

      4. Conradie, E.M. (2015). Eat and/or be Eaten: The Evolutionary Roots of Violence? Scriptura 114, 1 – 22 doi:

      5. De Kock, H.L., Duodu, K.G., Nyembwe, P., and Minnaar, A. (2015). Sensory and physicochemical analyses of roasted marama beans [Tylosema esculentum (Burchell) A. Schreiber] with specific focus on compounds that may contribute to bitterness. Food Chemistry, 178, 45-51  

      6. Du Toit, P., Ferreira, R., Fraser, W., Gericke, G., Botha, K., Nortjé, E. & Kleynhans, M. (2015). Schools as sites for social change: Applying the TEARS principle. The International Journal of Educational Organization and Leadership, 22(3): 37-44. 

      7. Duodu, K.G. and Taylor, J.R.N. (2015). Effects of processing sorghum and millets on their phenolic phytochemicals and the implications of this to the health-enhancing properties of sorghum and millet food and beverage products. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 95. 225-237

      8. Fraser, W.J. & Ferreira, R. (2015). The pedagogy of indigenous knowledge as social construct (translated). Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie, 34(1), Art. #1347, 6 pages. http:// v34i1.1347

      9. Hendriks, SL (2015). The food security continuum: a novel tool for understanding food insecurity as a range of experiences. Food Security, 7 (3): 609-619.

      10. Hendriks SL and Olivier NJJ (2015). Review of the South African Agricultural Legislative Framework: Food Security Implications. Development Southern Africa, 32:5, 555-576.
      11. Kotze, M (2015). Liberal democracy and the genetic supermarket. Stellenbosch Theology Journal 1. 201 – 215

      12. Lewis, D. (2015). Gender, Feminism and Food Studies: A Critical Review. African Security Review, 24 (4), 414 – 429

      13. Libman K, Freudenberg N,   Sanders D, Puoane T, Tsolekile L. (2015). The role of urban food policy in preventing diet-related non-communicable diseases in Cape Town and New York. Public Health.

      14. Mapiye, C., Vahmani P., Mlambo, V., Muchenje, V., Dzama, K., Hoffman, L.C. and Dugan, M.E.R. (2015). The trans-octadecenoic fatty acid profile of beef: implications for global food and nutrition security. Food Research International: DOI: 10.1016/j.foodres.2015.05.001

      15. Marcus, T. (2015). Section 1: A Practical Guide to Doing Community Oriented Primary Care. Department of Family Medicine, University of Pretoria ISBN 978-0-620-64653-6

      16. Mchiza, Z.J., Steyn, N.P., Hill, J., Kruger, A., Schonfeldt, H.C., Nel, J. and Wentzel-Viljoen, E., (2015). A review of Dietary Surveys in the Adult South African Population from 2000 to 2015. Nutrients, 7, 8227-8250. 
      17. Muchenje, V. & Mukumbo, F. E. (2015). Introduction to the special issue Food and Nutrition Security: Can science and good governance deliver dinner? Food Research International: DOI: 10.1016/j.foodres.2015.05.037 

      18. Mutengwe, T., Aneck-Hahn, N., Korsten, L., van Zijl, M.C. & de Jager, T., (2015). Pesticide residues and estrogenic activity in fruit and vegetables sampled from major fresh produce markets in South Africa. Food Additives and Contaminants.

      19. Nantapo, C. W. T., Muchenje, V., Nkukwana, T. T., Hugo, A., Descalzo, A., Grigioni, G. & Hoffman, L. C. (2015). Socio-economic dynamics and innovative technologies affecting health-related lipid content in diets: Implications for global food and nutrition security. Food Research International: DOI: 10.1016/j.foodres.2015.05.033.

      20. Njage, P. and Buys, E.M. (2015). Pathogenic and commensal E. coli from irrigation water show potential in the transmission of Extended-Spectrum and AmpC β-lactamases determinants to isolates from lettuce. Microbial Biotechnology 8(3), 462–473

      21. Okop, K. J., Levitt, N., and Puoane, T. (2015). Factors Associated with Excessive Body Fat in Men and Women: Cross-Sectional Data from Black South Africans Living in a Rural Community and an Urban Township. PloS one, 10(10), e0140153.

      22. Sanders, D., Joubert, L., Greenberg, S and Hutton, B. (SA Authors) (2015). Cross-country research on the impact of multinational corporations In food systems: The case of South Africa, Mexico and Brazil.

      23. Tsolekile, L. P., Abrahams-Gessel, S., & Puoane, T. (2015). Healthcare Professional Shortage and Task-Shifting to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease: Implications for Low-and Middle-Income Countries. Current cardiology reports, 17(12), 1-6.