Articles

Editorial: Southern Africa’s Muslims and (African) Scholarship. In BOLESWA: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy. 4(1): 1-16, December 2012.

Southern Africa’s Muslims: Making sense of the census. In BOLESWA: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy. 4(1): 17-29, December 2012.

Continuity and Change: The Study and Research of Islam in South(ern) Africa. In African Educational Review 9(3): 179-194, 2012.

Achmat Davids placing the Cape Muslims on the South African Linguistic Map: Review Essay. In Tydskrif vir Letterkunde. 49(1): 161-175, 2012.

Muslims in Botswana’s Ramotswa and Lobatse: Their Developments and Demographics (co-authored with Utlwanang Maano). In Journal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs 31(1): 259-271, October 2011.

‘Review Essay: European Scholarship Examining Cape Town’s Muslim Community.’ In African Studies. 70(1): 144-155, April 2011.

Cape  Town’s The Voice of the Cape: Profiling a ‘Proudly South African Product.’ In Ejournalist Online: http://www.ejournalist.com.au/ejournalist_v10n2.php. 10(2): 45-69, 2010

‘Religion and the Media: Reflections on their Position and Relationship in Southern Africa.’ In Global Media Journal: African Edition http://www.sun.ac.za/gmja 4(1), 2010

‘Arabic-Afrikaans: A Vehicle for Identity Formation rather than Integration’. In Islam et Societie au Afrika du Sud. (CAMEf, Paris) 2:163-179, January 2010.

‘Chinese Muslims: Between a Rock & a Hard Place’ In IPSA Journal of Islamic Studies January 9:7-27, 2010.

‘Emerging and Challenging Voices in the House of Islam: South Africa’s ‘African Muslims.’ In The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 26(3): 57-87, 2009.

‘An Encounter between Christians and Muslims in (South) Africa: A Review Essay.’ In BOLESWA: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy. 3(1): 144-149, 2009.

Al-Qalam: An Alternative Muslim Voice in the South African Press.’ In South African Historical Journal. Co-authored with Imraan Buccus. 61(1): 121-137, 2009.

’Religion an instrument of conflict or peace? Lessons from the Southern Africa neighbourhood.’ In Journal of The Henry Martyn Institute Vol. 27 2008.

Co-authored with Kipton Jensen et al. DITUMELO Secondary Literature Review: FBOs and HIV/Aids Prevention in Botswana. In BOLESWA: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy. Special Issue 2(1): 1-64, 2008.

Co-author with Kipton Jensen. Religious Identity and Public health Interventions in Botswana. In African Identities 6 (2):183-198, May 2008.

Introduction: Africa’s Variety of Arabo-Islamic Literatures. In Tydskrif vir Letterkunde. 45(1): 5-18, 2008

Co-author with Mustapha Keraan. Shaykh Yusuf’s Selected Sufi Texts: Translation and Commentaries. In Tydskrif vir Letterkunde. 45(1): 88-109, Autumn 2008

The Formation of Religious Networks between the Muslim heartlands and the South African Muslims’ In BOLESWA: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy. 1(3):57-77, 2007.

The Ritual Prayer: Text and Context in the Cape Muslim Community. In Islam et Societie au Afrika du Sud. (CAMEf, Paris) 1: 81-99, 2007.

Christian-Muslim Relations in South Africa (circa 1986-2004): Charting Out a Pluralist Path. In Islam and Christian Muslim Relations. 18(2): 257-273, April 2007.

 Gaborone Muslim Community: A Vignette into their lives. In Scriptura: International Journal of Bible, Religion and Theology in Southern Africa. 92(2): 200-217, 2006.

The Dynamics of Christian-Muslim Relations circa 1960-2000: From Exclusivism to Pluralism. In The Muslim World. 93(3): 423-468, July 2006.

‘The Concept of God as captured in Chapter Al-Ikhlas’ In BOLESWA: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy. 1(2): 133-155, 2006.

Sufi Tariqahs and Dawah Movements: Competing for Spiritual Spaces in Contemporary South(ern) Africa. In Journal of the Institute of the Muslim Minority Affairs. 25 (2):  273-297, August 2005.

GAPENA and The Cape Malay Community: Making Connections, Constructing Images. In SARI: Journal of the Malay World and Civilization. 23: 47-66, 2005.

Voices from Beyond and Within the South(ern) African Frontiers: The Muslim Print Media. In Archiv Orientální: Quarterly Journal of African and Asian Studies 73(1): 13-42, 2005.

An Analysis and Interpretation of Botswana’s Religious Traditions: Evidence from the 2001 Botswana Population and Housing Census.  In Population Studies Working Papers 3: 41-75, December 2004.

The Alternative South African Muslim Press: Muslim News and Al-Qalam. In Islamic Studies 43(3): 457-480, 2004.

A Portrait of the Arabic Script at the Cape. In Sudanic Africa: A Journal of Historical Sources. 14:33-54, 2003

Undercounting or Over-counting South Africa’s Muslims: The Era of Democracy (Censuses of 1996 and 2001). In Journal for Islamic Studies 23: 100-110, 2003.

‘Islam and Modernity: Review Essay.’ In Arabic Studies Journal  10:172-178, Fall 2002/Spring 2003

‘Truth-Telling Through Thick & Thin: South Africa’s experience in the process of Reconciliation.’ In Journal of the Henry Martyn Institute. 23 (2): 68-93, June-December 2002

‘The South Muslims Making (air)waves during the period of transformation.’ In Journal for the Study of Religion. 15(2): 111-144  November 2002

‘The Preservation and Study of South Africa Ajami Manuscripts.’ In South African Archives Journal. 42: 53-60, 2001/2002; and In Sudanic Africa 13:1-15, 2002

‘The Cape Malays – South Africa’s Imagined Community: A bibliographical Essay.’ In African Research and Documentation: Journal of the Standing Committee on Library Materials on Africa.  88: 35-58, 2002.

‘The Crisis of Identity: The Case of South Africa’s Cape Malays’. In E-Thought: A Journal of Opinion on Malaysian and International Affairs. 3(1): January-March 2002. See http://phuakl.tripod.com/eTHOUGHT/threeone.html. Reprint on the South African History online site in 2003.

‘A Window into the World of Personal and Community Libraries: Case Studies from the Cape Muslim Community.’ In Current Writing 13(2):  55-64, 2001.

‘NGK Missionary activities amongst Muslims (1652-1952): A General Survey.’ In Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 19(1): 115-128, 1999.

‘Samarqand-Cape Town Connection: Revisiting a 10th century theological text’ In The Arabist: Budapest Studies in Arabic. 21/22: 73-88, 1999.

‘Naming peoples: The formation of a South African Muslim Identity’ In Nomina Africana (Name Society of Southern Africa) 13(1 & 2): 19-33, April & November 1999.

‘Creating Space for Arabic in a Multilingual South Africa.’ In Afrika und Ubersee. [Hamburg University] 81(1): 54-76, 1998.

‘South African-Middle Eastern Relations.’ In Digest for Middle Eastern Studies [University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee]. 6(4):1-24, Fall 1997.

‘Forging International Relations at Grassroots Level between SA Muslims and the Southeast Asians: An Unacknowledged Diplomat(‘s Story).’ In Journal for Islamic Studies. 16:91-103, November 1996.

‘Muslim News (1973-1986): Its contribution towards an Alternative Press at the Cape.’ In The Muslim World [Hartford Seminary – Washington]. vol. LXXXV (3-4): 317-332, July-October 1995.

‘The Teaching of Arabic in South Africa.’ In SAALTA: Journal of Language Teaching [Rand Afrikaans University]. 17(2):155-170, July 1995.

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