This section lists book chapters, books, and articles that the UFS-DiMTEC personnel, students,postdoctoral research fellows, affiliated associate professors and, research fellows published.


Orimoloye I.R., Belle J.A., Olusola A., Ololade O.O. (2021) Space-Based Drought Disaster Risk and Climate Change Assessments: Strategies for Environmental Conservation. In: Lackner M., Sajjadi B., Chen WY. (eds) Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation. Springer, New York, NY. ISBN 978-1-4614-6431-0

Ncube A., & Mkwananzi, F. 2021. Conceptualizing a Win-Win in the Refugee and Higher Education Enigma)-   

Raphela, T. D., & Pillay, N. 2021. Explaining the effect of crop-raiding on food Security of subsistence farmers of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 5, 232: doi: 10.3389/fsufs.2021.687177:

Khoza S., Nemakonde L.D., Ncube A. 2021. Fundamentals in Disaster Risk Reduction: From Hyogo to Sendai Framework and Beyond with an Elevation on Climate Change. In: Nhamo G., Dube K. (eds) Cyclones in Southern Africa. Sustainable Development Goals Series. Springer, Cham.


Orimoloye, I.R., Belle, J.A, Ololade, O.O. (2020). Spatio-environmental distribution of drought disaster events: A space-based approach using Terra-MODIS Vegetation Index. Accepted in the book title “Remote Sensing Applications in Disaster Management to be published in Taylor and Francis” ISBN 9780367502393

De Jager, A., Peláez, S., Belle, J.A., Blauhut, V., Krausmann, E., Nikolić, N., Pilli-Sihvola, K., La Notte, A., Cortina, J., ‘Environment and eco­system services’, in: Casajus Valles, A., Marin Ferrer, M., Poljanšek, K., Clark, I. (eds.), Science for Disaster Risk Management 2020: acting today, protecting tomorrow, EUR 30183 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2020, ISBN 978-92-76-18182-8, doi:10.2760/571085, JRC114026 p436-470

Ncube, A., & Mkwananzi, F. 2020. Gendered Labour migration in South Africa: A capability approach lens. In Seiger F., Timmerman C., Salazar N., & Wets J. (Eds.), Migration at Work: Aspirations, Imaginaries & Structures of Mobility (pp. 65-90). Leuven University Press. doi:10.2307/j.ctv16km21f.6

Orimoloye, I.R., Ololade, O.O., Belle, A.J. (2020). Spatio-environmental distribution of drought disaster events: A space-based approach using Terra-MODIS Vegetation Index. Accepted in the book title “Remote Sensing Applications in Disaster Management. Eds: Singh, R. UK: Taylor and Francis”


Jordaan, A.J., Sakulski, D., Maybuye, C., Mayumbe, F. 2018. Measuring Drought Resilience Through Community Capitals, in Zommers, Z & Alverson, K. (eds) Resilience: The Science of Adaptation to Climate Change. ELSEVIER. ISBN 9780128118917. eISBN 9780128118924.


Jordaan, A.J. 2015. Drought Risk not the Result of Climate Change: Case Studies from Africa. Chapter in special edition from UNCCD on land degradation and drought management. To be published for COP 21 in Paris, November 2015.



Ncube, A., Bahta, Y.T. 2021. Meeting Adversity with Resilience: Survival of Zimbabwean Migrant Women in South Africa. Journal of International. Migration & Integration (JIMI)(2021).

Ncube A.; Ndovela J. J. 2021. Community Resilience And Adaptation To Fire: The Case Of Palmiet Informal Settlement, EThekwini Municipality, South Africa  

Kunguma, O., Ncube, A. & Mokhele, M.O., 2021, ‘COVID-19 disaster response: South African disaster managers’ faith in mandating legislation tested?’, Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 13(1), a1099.   

Raphela, T. D., & Pillay, N. 2021. Influence of Wildlife Crop Raiding on Subsistence Farmers' Food Security Adjacent to Hluhluwe Game Reserve, South Africa. Conservation and Society, 19(2), 111. Doi: 10.4103/cs.cs_20_102 

Ojo, T.O; Ogundeji, A.A; Belle, J.A. 2021. Climate change perception and impact of on-farm demonstration on intensity of adoption of adaptation strategies among smallholder farmers in South Africa. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Volume 172, 121031.

Ndlovu, T; Belle, J.A.; Silengo, M. 2021. Participation of communal cattle farmers in drought risk reduction in Southern Zimbabwe. Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies. Vol 13, No 1 a982. DOI:

Belle, J.A. 2021. A critical appraisal of the legal and institutional arrangement for wetlands management in South Africa. Online Pre-Print view Research Square. (doi: 10.21203/

Nyam, Y.S; Ojo, T.O; Belle, J.A; Ogundeji, A.A; & Adetoro A.A (2021) Determinants of profit efficiency among smallholder sheep farmers in South Africa. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, DOI: 10.1080/20421338.2021.1879510

Orimoloye, I.R; Ololade, O.O; Belle, J.A. 2021. Satellite-based application in drought disaster assessment using terra MOD13Q1 data across free state province, South Africa. Journal of Environmental Management.

Gideon Danso-Abbeam , Temitope O. Ojo , Dennis S. Ehiakpor , Abiodun A. Ogundeji , Johannes A. Belle & M. S. C. Ngidi (2021): Measuring production performance of Moringa oleifera. International Journal of Vegetable Science.

Orimoloye, I. R., Belle, J. A., Olusola, A. O., Busayo, E. T., & Ololade, O. O. (2021). Spatial assessment of drought disasters, vulnerability, severity and water shortages: a potential drought disaster mitigation strategy. Natural Hazards105(3), 2735-2754. 

Orimoloye, I. R., Belle, J. A., & Ololade, O. O. (2021). Drought disaster monitoring using MODIS derived index for drought years: A space-based information for ecosystems and environmental conservation. Journal of Environmental Management, Vol 284 ISSN: 03014797

Belle, J.A;
Nkhetheni, M. 2021. Environmental risks and impacts of sand mining in Vhembe District in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Published in the Book; Environment as risk and emergency: After 20 years of assessing the impact of risk factors on the environment in the School of Environmental Engineering at Babes-Bolyai University. Ion Mariș (Editor). Romania: Babes-Bolyai University. ISBN 978-606-8834-42-9


Belle, J.A., Saungweme, K.E., Ojo, T.O. 2020. An evaluation of groundwater vulnerability to pollution in Ga-segonyana municipality area, Kuruman, Northern Cape in South Africa. Groundwater for Sustainable Development. Vol.11. ISSN  2352801X

Diphagwe, T.M.; Hlalele, B.M.; Mpakathi, D.P. 2020. An external Agribusiness risk analysis using KBDI: A case of veldfires in the Northern Territory of Australia. Environ. Sci. Proc. 2020, 3, 37.

Nyam, Y.S.
, Kotir, J. H., Jordaan, A. J., Ogundeji, A. A., Adetoro, A. A., & Orimoloye, I. R. (2020a). Towards Understanding and Sustaining Natural Resource Systems through the Systems Perspective: A Systematic Evaluation. Sustainability12(23), 9871.

Nyam, Y.S., Kotir JH, Jordaan AJ, Ogundeji AA, Turton AR (2020b). Drivers of change in sustainable water management and agricultural development in South Africa: a participatory approach. Sustainable Water Resources Management, 6(4), 1-20.

Nyam, Y.S., Kotir, J.H., Jordaan, A.J., Ogundeji A.A. (2021) Developing a Conceptual Model for Sustainable water Resource Management and Agricultural Development: the Case of the Breede River Catchment Area, South Africa. Environmental Management; 1-16.

Nyam Y.S., Kotir JH, Jordaan A, Ogundeji AA. (2020). Identifying behavioural patterns of coupled water-agriculture systems using system archetypes. Systems Research and Behavoural Science; 1–19.

Nyam, Y. S., Matthews, N., & Bahta, Y. T. (2020). Improving livelihoods of smallholder farmers through region specific strategies: a case study of South African sheep production. Agrekon59(1), 1-15.

Belle, J. A., & Gamedze, N. 2020. Behavioral factors contributing to the transmission of HIV and AIDS amongst young women of Mbabane in Swaziland. African Health Sciences

Orimoloye, I. R., Belle, J. A., & Ololade, O. O. (2020). Exploring the emerging evolution trends of disaster risk reduction research: a global scenario. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 1-18.

Orimoloye, I. R., Ekundayo, T. C., Ololade, O. O., & Belle, J. A. (2020). Systematic mapping of disaster risk management research and the role of innovative technology. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-18.

Tomaszewski, B.M., Moore, E.A., Parnell, K., Leader, A.M., Armington, W.R., Aponte, O., Brooks, L., Herold, B.K., Meyers, B.S., Ruggero, T., Sutherby, Z., Wolters, M., Wu, S., Szarzynski, J., Greve, K., & Parody, R. 2020. Developing a geographic information capacity (GIC) profile for disaster risk management under United Nations framework commitments. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 47 (101630)

Belle, J.A., Saungweme, K.E., Ojo, T.O. 2020. An evaluation of groundwater vulnerability to pollution in Ga-segonyana municipality area, Kuruman, Northern Cape in South Africa. Groundwater for Sustainable Development. Vol.11. ISSN  2352801X

Thinda, K.T., Ogundeji, A.A., Belle, J.A., Ojo, T.O. 2020. Understanding the adoption of climate change adaptation strategies among smallholder farmers: Evidence from land reform beneficiaries in South Africa. Land Use Policy. ISSN 02648377

Thinda, K.T., Ogundeji, A.A., Belle, J.A., Ojo, T.O. 2020. Determinants of Relevant Constraints Inhibiting Farmers’ Adoption of Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in South Africa.   Journal of Asian and African Studies. ISSN 00219096    


Belle, J.A. 2019. Culture, gender bias and the vulnerability of black African women to HIV and AIDS: a study of Lesotho. Indilinga – African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems 18(1): 1-11.

Belle, J.A. & Gamedze, N.N. 2019. Behavioural factors contributing to the transmission of HIV and AIDS amongst young women of Mbabane in Swaziland. African Health Sciences19(3): 2302-2311.

Ncube, A., Jordaan, A.J. & Bahta, Y.T.2019. Coping and adaptation mechanisms employed by sub-Saharan African migrant women in South Africa. Journal of Disaster Risk Studies (JAMBA) 11(1): 645. 

Ncube, A. & Tawodzera. 2019. Communities’ perceptions of health hazards induced by climate change in Mount Darwin district, Zimbabwe. Journal of Disaster Risk Studies (JAMBA) 11(1):748.

Ncube, A., Jordaan, A.J. & Bahta, Y.T. 2019. Job market perceptions of African migrant women in South Africa as an initial and long-term coping and adaptation mechanism.Journal of International Migration and Integration.

Ncube A., Bahta, J.T. & Jordaan, A.J. 2019. Exploring Short- and Long-Term Survival Mechanisms and Perception of Job Market by Zimbabwean Migrant Women in South Africa.Ìrìnkèrindò: A Journal of African Migration, 10: 82-105. 

Nyam, Y.S.; Matthews, N. & Bahta, Y.T. 2019. Improving livelihood of smallholder farmers through region specific strategies: a case study of South African sheep production.Agrekon 59(1): 1-15


Kunguma, O., Pelser, A., Tanyi, P. & Muhame, C., 2018,
‘Social and structural vulnerability as a barrier in HIV and/or AIDS communication campaigns: Perceptions of undergraduate students at a South African tertiary institution’, Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 10(1), a407. Online: https:// v10i1.407

Ncube, A., Mangwaya, P.T. & A. A. Ogundeji, A.A. 2018. Assessing vulnerability and coping capacities of rural women to drought: A case study of Zvishavane district, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 28(1):69-79.

Belle, J.A. 2018. Managing Wetlands for Climate Change Adaptation: A case study of the eastern Free State, South Africa. International Journal of Science and Research Methodology Vol 9(1). DOI: 10.25166; ISSN 2454-2008. (

Belle, J.A.; Collins, N.; Jordaan, A. 2018. Managing Wetlands for Disaster Risk Reduction: A case study of the eastern Free State, South Africa. Jamba-Journal of Disaster Risk Study 10(1), a400. (

Mekuyie, M., Jordaan, A. & Melka, Y. 2018. Land-use and Land-cover Changes and their Drivers in Rangeland-dependent Pastoral Communities in the Southern Afar Region of Ethiopia. African Journal of Range and Forage Science 35(1):33-43. DOI: 10.2989/10220119.2018.1442366

Jordaan, A., Bahta, Y. & Phatudi-Mphahlele, B. 2018. Ecological Vulnerability Indicators to Drought: Case of Communal Farmers in Eastern Cape, South Africa. Jamba: Journal for Disaster Risk Studies 11 (1). DOI: 10.4102/jamba.v11i1.591

Mekuyie, M.; Jordaan, A.; Melka, Y.  2018.  Understanding resilience of pastoralists to climate change and variability in the Southern Afar Region, Ethiopia.  Climate Risk Management 1 – 11.  10.1016/j.crm.2018.02.004. 


Bahta, Y.; Jordaan, A.J.; Mdungela, N.M.  2017. Indicators for economic vulnerability to drought in South Africa. Development in Practice 27(8)1050 – 1063.

Bahta, Y.T.; Jordaan, A.J.; Muyambo, F. 2017.
Communal Farmers' perception of drought in South Africa:  Policy implication for drought risk reduction.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 1 pp. 1 - 20.

Belle, J.A., Collins, N., and Jordaan, A. 2017.
Building Resilience in Natural Capital to Reduce Disaster Risks and Adapt to Climate Change: A Case of Wetlands in the Eastern Free State; South Africa. American Journal of Environmental Science, 13 (5): 358.377 ( DOI:10.3844/ajessp.2017.358.377

Belle, J.A, Moyo, S and Ogundeji, A.A. 2017.
Assessing communal farmers’ preparedness to drought in the Umguza District, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 22: 194-203 (

Jordaan,, A.J. 2017. Building Resilience in Africa through Transformation and a Green Economy: Challenges and Opportunities,in Wanglin Yan, William Galloway, (eds.),
Rethinking Resilience, Adaptation and Transformation in a Time of Change.
Springer.ISBN 978-3-319-50171-0

Kunguma, O. & Skinner, J. 2017. Mainstreaming media into Disaster Risk Reduction and Management, South Africa. Disaster Advances 10(7)

Maipisi, A.; Jordaan, A.J.; Restas, A.  2017. 
Locating fault lines of flood disaster vulnerability and susceptibility:  Lessons to governments, development agencies and practitioners in developing countries.
Vedelem Tudomany/Defence Science.

Manombe,S., Ncube,A., Kunguma, O. & M. Nyawho, M. 2017. Nutritional vulnerability in pregnant women: an assessment of the WFP-VGF programme in Mbire District, Zimbabwe.
Authors Jamba Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 9(1):1-8.

Muyambo, F.; Jordaan, A.J.; Bahta, Y. 2017.
Assessing social vulnerability to drought in South Africa:  Policy implications for drought risk reduction.  Jamba 9(1)326.

Muyambo, F.; Bahta, Y.; Jordaan, A.J. 2017.
The role of indigenous knowledge in drought risk reduction:  A case of communal farmers in South Africa. 
Jamba 9(1):1-6.

Muyambo, F.; Jordaan, A.J.; Carstens, S.W.; Restas, A.; Ndlasi, N. 2017. 
The role of disaster management during xenophobic violence in developing countries.
Defence Science Journal 2(2)152-164.

Muyambo, F.; Jordaan, A.J.; Restas, A.   2017. 
Unmanned aerial vehicle application in developing countries:  A life-saving technology in emergencies. 
Vedelem Tudomany/Defence Science 2(1). 

Muyambo, F.; Jordaan, A.J.; Restas, A.  2017.
Possibilities of Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) in Developing Countries.
Vedelem Tudomany: Katasztrofavedenmi online Tudomanyos Folyoirat. Hungary

Ncube, A. & Chimenya. G.T. 2017. Hospital emergency preparedness: A study of Onandjokwe Lutheran Hospital, Northern Namibia. African Safety Promotion 14(2):1-17.

Ncube, A., Kunguma, O., Nyahwo, M. & Manombe, S. 2017. Nutritional vulnerability: An assessment of the 2010 feeding food programme in Mbire district, Zimbabwe, and its impact on pregnant women. Jamba Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 9(1). online:

Sakulski, D.; Jordaan, A.J.; Lukic, T.; Maric, P.; Hrnjak, I.; Givrilov, M.B.; Mladjan, D.; Zorn, M.; Komac, b.; Milosevic, Z.; Markovic, S.B.; Dordevic. J.; Pavic, D.; Stojsavljevic, R.  2017. Forest Fire Analysis and classification based on a Serbian case study.  
Acta geographica Slovenica 57(1): 51 – 63. 


Ncube, A., Mabela, M.B. & Jordaan, A.J. 2016. Assessing the knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding cholera preparedness and prevention in Ga-Mampuru village, Limpopo, South Africa.  Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 8(2):1-9.

Bahta, Y.T., Jordaan, A.J., Myambo, F.  2016.  Communal farmer’s perception of drought in South Africa:  policy implication for drought risk reduction.  International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 20: 39 – 50.  Elsevier. 

Hlalele, B.M.  2016.  A probabilistic approach to drought frequency in Mafube Local Municipality, South Africa.  Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Biological & Chemical Sciences, 7(6): 3008. 

Lukic, T., Bozic, S., Sakulski, D., Babic-Kekez, S., Bibic, L.I., Besermenji, S., Bura, M., Dubovina, Z., Davidovic, D., Dolinaj, D.  2016.  Achieving competencies with grammar school students through utilization of selected didactical principals in traditional and active teaching geography class case study: “Hydrography of Serbia”.  Geographica Pannonica, 20(4):  254 – 264.  

Mashebe, P., Jordaan, A.J., Zulu, A., Kanuimba, A.  2016.  The impact of flooding on the livelihood of people living in the Luhonono Area in the Zambezi Region, Namibia.  British Journal of Environmental Sciences, 4(2): 1 – 9. 


Belle, J.A., & Hlalele M.B.2015. Vulnerability Assessment of Agricultural Drought Hazard: A Case of Koti-Se-Phola Community Council, Thabana Morena, Mafeteng District in Lesotho. Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters, 5 (2).(

Kunguma, O., & Ncube, A. 2015. Combating HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases: A possible challenging Millennium Development Goal for Disaster Managers in SADC.
Jamba Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 8 (2)

Ncube-Phiri, S.;Ncube, A., Mucherera, B. & Ncube, M. 2015. Artisanal small-scale mining: Potential ecological disaster in Mzingwane District, Zimbabwe.
Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies. 7(1):1-11.

Ncube, A.; Jordaan, A.J.; Mabela, B.M.  2015.  Assessing the knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding cholera preparedness and prevention in Ga-Mampuru village, Limpopo, South Africa.  Journal of Disaster Risk Studies, 8(2), doi:10.4102/jamba.v8i2.164. 

Niemand, A.; Jordaan, A.J.; Minnaar, H.  2015.  Some international perspectives on legislation for the management of human induced safety risks. Journal of Disaster Risk Studies, 8(2), doi:10.4102/jamba.v8i2.170. 


Belle, J.A., and Mabutho S.M. 2014.
Zonkizizwe Extension Six Settlers’ dolomite sinkhole risk awareness Disaster Advances, Vol. 7 (10): 60-68.'_dolomite_sinkhole_risk

Belle, J.A., and Ndille, R. 2014.
Managing the Limbe Floods: Considerations for Disaster Risk Reduction in Cameroon. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 5: 147–156.

Maputseni, C., Ncube, A. & Jordaan, A.J. 2014. Disaster risk management perspectives on sedentarization of pastoralists in Gode Zone, Ethiopia. Disaster Advances, Volume 7 (6); 76-82.


Belle, J.A, Ferriera, S.B., and Jordaan A. 2013.
Attitude of Lesotho health care workers towards HIV/AIDS and impact of HIV/AIDS on the population structure. African Health Sciences 13(4): 117-1125. (

Bhebhe, D., Kunguma, O., Jordaan A., & Majonga H. 2013.

A case study of the perceived socio-environmental problems caused by illegal gold mining in Gwanda District, Zimbabwe.
Disaster Advances Journal 6 (10). ISSN 2278-4543

Kunguma, O & Terblanche, L. 2013. Crisis communication plan for municipalities: the case for Frances Baard district municipality.
Communitas: Journal for community communication and information impact (18) SA DHET 1023-0556



Raphela T. D and Dufy K. 2020. Effects of Lantana camara on small mammals’ biodiversity of the Groenkloof Nature Reserve, South Africa. Biodiversity Research symposium. 2nd international symposium on biodiversity research (Virtual): Rize, Turkey. 18-20 November 2020.


Raphela T. D and Pillay N. 2018Crop raiding behavior of wildlife on subsistence homesteads in Northern KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa.Sustainable futures through science and innovation. 4thNational Global Change Conference: Bolovia Lodge, Polokwane. 03-06 December 2018.

Graw, V., Ghazaryan, G., Schreier, J., Gonzales, J., Abdel-Hamed, A., Walz, Y., Dall, K., Post, J., Jordaan, A, & Dubovyk, O. 2018. Timing is Everything – Drought classification for Risk Assessment. 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing symposium, Conference: IGARSS. DOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2018.8517584

Jordaan, A.J. 2018        Disaster Risk Reduction through climate Change Adaptation. 12th International Environmental Legislation, Safety Engineering and Disaster Management (ELSEDIMA) Conference: Disaster Risk Reduction for Sustainable Societies, Cluj Napoca, Romania. 17-18 May 2018.

Jordaan, A.J. 2018. Disaster Management in South Africa: Status Report. 33rd  Annual Conference, Disaster Management Institute of South Africa (DMISA). Kempton Park, South Africa. 18-20 September 2018.

Jordaan, A.J. 2018. Early Warnings in Disaster Risk Reduction. BRICS Scientific Symposium, Nelspruit, South Africa. 19 June 2018.


Jordaan, A.J. 2016. Drought Risk Reduction: Anticipate, Absorb, Reshape. 2016 Symposium. South African National Committee on Irrigation and Drainage. Goudini, Western Cape, South Africa. 11 – 12 October 2016.

Jordaan, A.J. Bahta, Y. & Sakulski, D. 2016. Index insurance and drought loss functions: Wool farming, South Africa. 7th International Conference on Integrated Disaster Risk Management. Isfahan, Iran. 1 – 3 October 2016.

Jordaan, A.J., Sakulski, D., Mashimbye, C. & Muyambo, F. 2016. Analysing Drought Resilience Through the Community Capitals Framework: Case Study; Eastern Cape, South Africa. 6th International Conference on Building Resilience: Building Resilience to Address the Unexpected. Auckland, New Zealand. 7-9 September 2016.

Jordaan, A.J., Proctor, M. & Jordaan, A.D. 2016. Wild Fire Risk Assessment and Management Plan for the Northern Cape Province, South Africa. AFAC16 Conference: Mitigation, Response, Recovery: Getting the balance Right. Brisbane, Australia. 30 August 2016 – 1 September 2016.

Jordaan, A.J. & Sakulski, D. 2016. Drought Index Insurance for the Livestock Sector: We Need to Find a Way. Agriculture Insurance and Support Conference. Johannesburg, South Africa. 24-25 August 2016.

Jordaan, A.J. 2016. When is a Dry Period a Drought: Drought Not the Same for All Farmers. African Drought Conference: Enhancing Resilience to drought Events on the African Continent. Windhoek, Namibia. 15-19 August 2016.

Jordaan, A.J. 2016. Population movement, xenophobia and food security. Symposium on population movement. University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 2 June 2016.

Jordaan, A.J., Sakulski, D.M., Muyambo, F. & Mashibye. 2016. Drought not only the result of climate variability. International Conference; Environmental Legislation, Safety Engineering and Disaster Management. ELSEDIMA 11th Edition. Cluj Napoca, Romania. 26 – 27 May 2016.

Jordaan, A.J. 2016. Complex Emergencies and Future Challenges for Command and Control. International Conference; Environmental Legislation, Safety Engineering and Disaster Management. ELSEDIMA 11th Edition. Cluj Napoca, Romania. 26 – 27 May 2016.


Jordaan, A.J. 2015. Global Resilience through Smart Scientific Solutions 30th Annual Conference, Disaster Management Institute of South Africa (DMISA). Hartenbosch, South Africa. September 2015.

Shavaba, S & Jordaan, A.J. 2015. Perceptions, responses and views on drought impact amongst land reform beneficiaries in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Dealing With Disasters Annual Conference. Northumbria University, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK. September 2015

Jordaan, A.J. 2015. Global Resilience through Smart Scientific Solutions 30th Annual Conference, Disaster Management Institute of South Africa (DMISA). Hartenbosch, South Africa. September 2015.

Jordaan, A.J. 2015. Drought in the Northern Cape: Climate Change or not? Agri Northern Cape 36th Annual Conference. Kimberley, South Africa. August 2015.

Jordaan, A.J. 2015. Is Drought to Blame for Food Insecurity in Karamoja, Uganda. Social Indicators for Drought Risk. 6th Annual Conference, Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Split, Craotia. June 2015.

Jordaan, A.J. Drought indicator Selection: Case Studies from Africa. Dresden NEXUS Conference, DNS 2015. United Nations Institute for Fluxes and Resources (UNFLORES), Dresden, Germany. March 2015.

Jordaan, A.J. 2015. Keynote address: Disaster Risk Reduction in Africa: Case of Development or Poor Governance. Polokwane, Limpopo, South Africa. March, 2015.


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