Chapter in Book
“Debate on Violence” (A philosophical-ethical assessment of the church’s debate on political violence in South Africa) in, Hammering Swords into Ploughshares: Essays in Honour of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Buti Tlhagale, Itumeleng Mosala (editors), Michigan: Grand Rapids, 1986. pp. 56-67.
“The International Monetary System and Poverty in Africa: A Challenge for Christian Mission”, 1993, EFSA Institute of Theological & Inter-disciplinary Research, Cape Town. ISBN 1874917051.
“Marxism as a Science of Interpretation: beyond Althusser”, in Journal of Philosophy in South Africa. Vol. 32, No. 2, pp 187-198.
“The Logic of Non-racialism: A Hegelian Appraisal of Black Consciousness in South Africa”, International Journal of Social Philosophy (peer-reviewed, accepted, forthcoming, December 2013)
“Repositioning State-Owned Enterprises: An Anecdote from History”, in The Thinker, Vol. 26, April 2011, pp. 42-45.
“The Church and the Struggle for Economic Justice: A Prolegomena”, in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, No. 87, June 1994. pp.43-48
“Change is Pain: A Projective Reflection on the Church in Post-Apartheid South Africa”, in International Review of World Mission, Vol. 40., No. 717, August 1994, pp 89-103.
“The Thought of Steve Biko as the Philosophical base of South African Black Theology”, Journal of Black Theology in South Africa, Vol. 3 No.2, May 1989, pp. 1-14
“Towards a Black Church: The African Independent Churches as a Model”, Journal of Black Theology in South Africa, Vol.2, No.1, May 1988.
Review article: “Europe in the World System 1492-1992, by Ulrich Duchrow, 1992, Geneva, WCC Publications, 1992” in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, No. 84, September 1993.
Selected Newspaper Columns
“Mediated False Consciousness”, City Press, Johannesburg, April 10, 2012
“The New Africannes”, City Press, Johannesburg, May 9, 2012
“Steve Biko and Marikana: Has white capital co-opted liberation?” City Press, Johannesburg, September 15, 2012