Book Chapters

‘Preface’. In Killing of the Imam (authors: Barney Desai & Cardiff Marney). Cape Town: Imam Abdullah Haron Educational Trust. Revised Edition pp.9-15, 2012.

Southern African Islamic Studies Scholarship: A Survey of the State of the Art. In African Traditions in the Study of Religion in Africa: Emerging trends, Indigenous Spirituality and the Interface with other World Religions (eds. Afe Adogame, Ezra Chitando & Bolaji Bateye) as a Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Jacob K. Olupona (Harvard University, MA, USA). Ashgate. Pt. III Ch. 15, 2012.

‘Religious NGOs and their Jihad against HIV/Aids: The Muslim Factor in (and beyond) Southern Africa.’ In The Faith Sector and HIV/Aids in Botswana (ed. Lovemore Togarasei, Sana Mmolai & Fidelis Nkomazana). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pt. III Ch. 8 pp. 138-157, 2011.

‘Africa’s Muslims: Expressing their Identity. In Biblical Studies, Theology, Religious Studies and Philosophy: An Introduction for African Universities (ed. James N. Amanze). Nairobi: Kapf Chancery. Ch. 18 363-379, 2010.

‘Southern African Muslim Communities in Context and Scholarship.’ In Proceedings of International Symposium on Islamic Civilization in Southern Africa (ed. Muhammed Haron & Suleiman E. Dangor). Istanbul: IRCICA pp. 27-43, 2009.

Introduction and Chronology. In Going Forward: South Africa and Malaysia Cementing Relations (ed. Muhammed Haron). Kuala Lumpur: LKWUCT. pp. 9-19, 2008

Chronology of Socio-Political and Economic Events in South Africa and Malaysia, 1990-2005. In Going Forward: South Africa and Malaysia Cementing Relations (ed. Muhammed Haron). Kuala Lumpur: LKWUCT. Pt. I Ch. 1 pp. 22-37, 2008

An interpretation of South African and Malaysian Trade. In Going Forward: South Africa – Malaysia Cementing Relations (ed. Muhammed Haron). Kuala Lumpur: LKWUCT. Pt. II Ch. 5 pp. 79-95, 2008

A Contribution towards International Relations: The Story of Ismail Petersen. In Going Forward: South Africa – Malaysia Cementing Relations (ed. Muhammed Haron). Kuala Lumpur: LKWUCT: Kuala Lumpur. Pt. III Ch. 6 pp. 99-109, 2008.

Citizenship and Diaspora: South African Families in Malaya. In Going Forward: South Africa – Malaysia Cementing Relations (ed. Muhammed Haron). Kuala Lumpur: LKWUCT. Pt. III Ch. 7 pp. 111-123, 2008.

The Demographics of the Christian Population in Botswana and BC 2001. In History of the Church in Botswana (ed. Dr. F. Nkomazana & Dr. L. Lanner).  Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Press. Ch. 13 pp. 223-243. 2007.

Women Religious Teachers, Preachers, Reciters and Scholars: South Africa: In Encyclopedia of Women in Islamic Culture (ed. Suad Joseph). Leiden: E.J. Brill. Vol. 5 2007.

The South African Muslims Making (Air)Waves during the period of transformation. In Religion, Politics, and Identity in a Changing South Africa (ed. D. Chidester, A. Tayob & W. Weisse). Munster: Waxman. Ch. 8 pp. 125-160, 2004.

Tawfiq al-Hakim (p.111); Achmat Dangor (p.76); and Ahmed Essop (p.94). In The Companion to African Literatures in English [ed. Douglas Killam & Ruth Rowe]. Oxford: James Currey Publishers & Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 2000.

Towards a Catalogue of Islamic manuscript in South Africa with special reference to the Melayu manuscripts at the Cape. In Traditional Malay Writing [ed. Wan Ali] National Library (Kuala Lumpur). Ch.10 pp.243-263, 1997.

History of Arabic Studies in South Africa’ and ‘The Arabic Programme at Four Community -Based Colleges. In The Teaching of Arabic in South Africa: History and Methodology [ed. Yasien Mohamed]. DAS – University of the Western Cape (Cape Town). Ch2 pp.28-56 and Ch. 7 pp.134-151, 1997.

The Study of Islam in South Africa. In The Study of Religions in Africa: Past, Present and Prospects [ed. Jan Platvoet et al]. Cambridge: Roots and Branches. Part 4 No.2 pp.268-292, 1996.

South Africa: Muslims. In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World. [ed. John Esposito]. New York: Oxford University Press. 4:95-97, 1995.

Islamic Manuscripts in South Africa. In World Survey of Islamic Manuscripts [ed. G Roper]. London: Al-Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation. 3:91-94, 1994.   

Muslim Education: The sub-Saharan Experience. In Al-Hadara: Essays to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Department of Arabic Studies & Islamic Civilization in the Faculty of Islamic Studies [ed. M. Bukhari]. National University of Malaysia. Bangi: UKM Publishers. pp.321-353, 1994.

Muslim News (1960-1986): An expression of an Islamic Identity in South Africa.’ In Muslim Identities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Contemporary Transformations in Muslim Societies [ed. Louis Brenner]. Bloomington: Indiana University Press & London: C Hurst & Co. pp.210-225, November 1993.

 The Theory and Practice of Islamic Education with Special Reference to South Africa (co-authored). In Islamic Perspectives of Education in South Africa [ed. Yasien Mohamed, Abdul-Majied Mohamed & Suleiman Dangor].  World Muslim League (Johannesburg); Ch.1 pp.1-33 September 1991.

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