Prof. Fulufhelo Godfrey Netswera

Prof. Fulufhelo Godfrey Netswera

Adjunct Professor

Prof. Fulufhelo Godfrey Netswera is an adjunct professor at Uganda Technology and Management University. Fulufhelo does research in Qualitative Social Research, Quantitative Social Research and Sociological Theory. Their current project is 'Environmental medicine: social and medical aspects'.

  1. Netswera F.G. 2020. Mugidimo Edson Netswera – A nationalist, traditionalist and man of the people. Self-published. ISBN 978-0-620-88035-0 (print) & 978-0-620-88036-7 (e-book).
  2. Netswera F.G. 2012. The Vhatwanamba of Tswera – A historical community profile 1810-2010. Self-published. ISBN:
    Capapelo M. & Netswera F.G. 2006. The Angolan small arms and social displacement survey. Luanda: Angola 2000.
  3. Netswera F.G. 2020. The township economy in the post-apartheid South Africa. In Parsons, R (Ed, 2020) Recession, recovery and reform: South Africa after COVID-19. Johannesburg: Jacana.
  4. Netswera F.G., & Wilson K., 2018. Higher Education Tenure and the Associated Scholarship Reward Practices in South Africa and the United States of America. In C.C. Wolhuter (ed.), Raising the Impact of Education Research in Africa. pp. 229-249, AOSIS, Cape Town. 
  5. Netswera F.G., Phahlaa E., Makukule I. and Josie J. 2017. Social justice, sustainable development and quality of life in H.H.S. and Soni, S (Ed). Realising the BRICS long-term goals: Road-maps and Pathways. New Delhi: Observer Research Foundation.
  6. Netswera F.G., Wilson K., Cassidy G and Makombe G. 2017. Sustainability of higher education credit systems and transfer structures experiences from Australia, South African and United States of Maringe, Netswera F.G., & Ojo E. (Ed). Sustainable Transformation in African Higher Education. Sense Publishers: Rotterdam.
  7. Netswera F.G., 2006. A case study of community participation in governance and service delivery in the city of Johannesburg, in Van Donk, Swilling M, Pieterse E, Parnell S (Ed); Consolidating Developmental Local Government: Lessons from the South African Experience UCT Press.

Journal Articles

  1. Shantha Indrajith Hikkaduwa Liyanage, Netswera F.G., Shivajyoti Pal, Isaac Nthomola. 2020. Creation of Financial and Environmental Values With Solar Photovoltaic Projects While Managing Risks. International Journal of Sustainable Economies 9(2); 13-26.
  2. Netswera F. G., Josie J., Mthembu P., Phaahla E., & Makukule I. 2020. Social Jusice, Sustainable Development & Qualify of Life. Revista Tempo Do Mundo, (22)75-94.
  3. Netswera F.G., and Phago K.G. 2018. The prevalence of public sector corruption in South Africa: Relevance of the social value Loyola Journal of Social Sciences. XXXII(2), 45-64.
  4. Kyalimpa P., Asiimwe JB, Netswera F.G. and Rankhumise E.M. 2017. The Influence of Leadership Competencies on Sustainable Funding of Local Non-Governmental Organizations in Uganda: Journal of Public Administration and Governance, 7(3); 246-268.
  5. Netswera F.G. 2016. The rhetoric of political manifestos: An analysis of the African National Congress local government election manifestos between 1995 and 2011. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences. XXX(2), 246-266.
  6. Ngwakwe C.C. and Netswera F.G. 2014. The Corporate response to the socially responsible investment (SRI) index of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). Corporate ownership & Control. 12(1): 399- 405.
  7. Ngwakwe C.C. and Netswera F.G. 2014. Examining the possible influence of societal violence on governance effectiveness in South Africa. Journal of Governance and Regulation. 3(2), 14-22.
  8. Netswera F.G. and Kgalane S. 2014. The underlying factors behind violence municipal service delivery protests in South Africa. Journal of Public Administration. Volume 49(1); 261-273.
  9. Ngwakwe C.C. and Netswera F.G. 2013. On the veracity in corporate sustainability claims –why society should be conscious, Corporate Ownership and Control, 11(1), 851-856.
  10. Netswera F.G. and Ngwakwe C.C. 2013. Rethinking the erosional effect of indirect taxation on individual income, Corporate Ownership and Control. 11(1), pp. 383-388.
  11. Mundalamo F.J. and Netswera F.G., 2013. Do gender differentials play any role in university physics students’ performance? The international journal of leaner diversity and identities. 19(3): 59-67. ISSN 2327- 0128.
  12. Netswera F.G. & Phago K. 2013. How popular protests influence public discourse and public accountability – revisiting the theory of public spheres in South Africa. Politeia 32(1): 26-41.
  13. Phago K. and Netswera F.G. 2011. The role of traditional leadership in a developmental state: The role of Greater Sekhukhune municipality of South Africa. Journal of Public Administration. Vol. 46(3); 1023- 1038.
  14. Netswera F.G. and Phago K. 2011. Perceptions about municipal governance in the post 1996 Era: The case of Thulamela local municipality. Africa Insight. Vol. 1(2); 130-141.
  15. Mavundla T.R., Netswera F.G., Toth S., Bottoman B. and Tenge S. 2010. How Boys Become Dogs: Stigmatization and Marginalization of Uninitiated Xhosa Males in East London, South Africa. Qualitative Health Research, xx(x); 1-11.
  16. Phago K. and Netswera F.G. 2009. From framework to implementation: Rural ward committee system in ‘Gauta’ local municipality, 44(3.1), 702- 713.
  17. Mavundla T.R., Netswera F.G., and Bottoman B. 2009. Rationalization of Indigenous Male Circumcision as a Sacred Religious Custom. Journal of Trans Cultural Nursing; 20(4): 395-404.
  18. Netswera F.G. and Phago K. 2009. How affordability to pay for municipal services determine participation in municipal activities: A case study of the City of Johannesburg. Journal of Public Administration 44(1.1); 133-144.
  19. Ladzani M. and Netswera F.G. 2009. Support for Rural Small Businesses in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Development South African, 26 (2); 225-239.
  20. Lethoba K.G., Netswera F. G. & Rankhumise E. 2006. How professional nurses in a general hospital setting perceive mentally ill patients. Curationis, 29(4); 4-11.
  21. Netswera F.G. & Mathabe N. 2006. A pervasive apartheid? An analysis of changing higher education in South Africa and its relationship with the state; Journal of Educational Administration and History, 38(1); 29-40.
  22. Netswera F.G., Rankhumise E. & Mavundla T.R. 2005. Employee retention factors for a South African higher education institutions: A case South African Journal of Industrial Relations, 3(2); 36-40.
  23. Ogude N.A., Netswera F.G. & Mavundla T.R. 2003. Status and evolution of research within South African Technikons: A critical analysis. Higher Education Policy (HEP), 16(3); 283-299.
  24. Netswera F.G. 2002. Risk awareness and sexual relationships among youth in the Johannesburg area, Health SA Gesondheid: 7(3), 79-88.
  25. Netswera F.G. (2001). Johannesburg Small Business Operator’s Perceptions of the Small Business Support South African Journal of Business Management (JSBM): 32(4), 1-7.
  26. Rankhumise E., Netswera F.G. & Meyer M. 2001. Employee perceptions of the implementation of affirmative action in the health sector at Standarton District in South Africa Curationis: 24(4), 52-58.
  27. Netswera F.G. & Mavundla T. 2001. The assessment of research support in a distance learning institution. South African journal of Higher Education (SAJHE): 15(3); 154-16.
  28. Netswera F.G. & West P. 2000. Computer literacy and Internet usage within the Distance Education Association of Southern African Distance (DEASA) members institutions. South African Journal of Higher Education (SAJHE): 14(1), 205-210 Conferences.
  1. PAP Mabotha, Netswera F.G. & F. Ganda. Faecal Sludge Management and Improvement of Water Usage Within the Municipality of Polokwane. The 4th Annual International Conference on Public Administration.

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