Nyundu T and Hosseini S.A Hamed. (2023 – forthcoming book chapter). Higher Education under Neoliberalism: A perspective from South African Student activists. Routledge.
Nyundu, T. 2019. “Sangomas Are after People’s Money”: Family and Community Discourses Around the South African Youth, Journal of Commonwealth Youth and Development, 16(2): 1-10.
Nyundu T, Naidoo, K and Chagonda T. 2015. “Getting Involved On Campus’: Student Identities, Student Politics, and Perceptions of The Student Representative Council (SRC)”. Journal of Sociology & Anthropology, 6(1): 149-161.
Nyundu T & Smuts L. 2016. A different kind of AIDS: Folk and lay theories in South African townships, South African Review of Sociology, 47:4, 132-136
Nyundu T and Naidoo K. 2016.’Traditional Healers, Their Services and the Ambivalence of the South African Youth’. Journal of Commonwealth Youth and Development, 14(1): 144-155.
Phakathi S., Malabela M., Nyundu T and Siweya P. 2016. Making a Living: The Safety Practices, Risks and Challenges of Informal Artisanal Miners in the Community of Blaauwbosch in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Australian Aid.
‘Understanding a place of Sangomas in the Lives of Young Men: A Sociological study of Chiawelo, Soweto’ – South African Sociological Association (SASA), 2014 and 2015.
‘Understanding a place of Sangomas in the Lives of Young Men: A Sociological study of Chiawelo, Soweto’ –The South African Research Chair in Social Change, 2013 and 2014.
‘Fees Must Fall in a Neoliberal University in South Africa’ – The African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific (AFSAAP) 42nd Annual Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, November, 2019.