Bekithemba Dube
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Rural online learning in the context of COVID 19 in South Africa: Evoking an inclusive education approach
B Dube
REMIE: Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research 10 (2), 135-157, 2020
A UTAUT Evaluation of WhatsApp as a Tool for Lecture Delivery during the COVID-19 Lockdown at a Zimbabwean University.
T Maphosa, V., Dube, B and Jita
International Journal of Higher Education 9 (5), 84-93, 2020
Analysis of human relations theory of management: A quest to re-enact people’s management towards peace in university system
BI Omodan, CT Tsotetsi, B Dube
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 18, 10, 2020
Emergency online teaching in economic and management sciences necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic: The need for healthy relations in a rural schooling context
H Molise, B Dube
International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research 19 (6 …, 2020
‘Go and Prophesy in Your Own Land’: Foreign Prophets and Popularism in South Africa. Evoking the Need of Jonathanic Theology for Peaceful Resolution of Difference
D Bekithemba
Religions 11 (41), 1-10, 2020
Engaging critical emancipatory research as an alternative to mitigate school violence in South Africa
D Dube, B and Hlalele
Educational Research for Social Change 7 (2), 74-86, 2018
WhatsApp messenger as a mediating tool in times of COVID-19 for enhancing student engagement in e-tutorials at a rural South African university
LB Motaung, B Dube
Journal of Educational and Social Research 10 (6), 214-224, 2020
A socio-religious hybridity strategy to respond to the problems of religious studies in Zimbabwe
B Dube
University of the Free State, 2016
COVID-19 and the Quest for Reconfiguration of Disciplines: Unpacking New Directions
B Dube, AH Makura, AM Modise, B Tarman
Journal of Culture and Values in Education 5 (1), i-viii, 2022
Covid-19 and the entrenchment of a virtual Elite private school: Rethinking education policies in Zimbabwe
B Hove, B Dube
Journal of Culture and Values in Education 4 (2), 84-94, 2021
Rethinking healthy school relations to facilitate curriculum change in Zimbabwe: A relational leadership approach
T Dube, B and Jita
Issues in Educational Research 28 (4), 901-917, 2018
Conundrum of religious mafia and legislation in South Africa: When does religion become a national threat? Reference to the Seven Angels Ministry
B Dube
Verbum et Ecclesia 40 (1), 1-10, 2019
The Ambivalence of Freedom of Religion, and Unearthing the Unlearnt Lessons of Religious Freedom from the Jonestown Incident
B Dube, MM Nkoane, D Hlalele
Journal for the Study of Religion 30 (2), 2017
‘To Hell with Bishops’: Rethinking the Nexus of State, Law and Religion in Times of Crisis in Zimbabwe
B Dube
Religions 12 (5), 304, 2021
The use and abuse of the Spirit in Pentecostalism: A South African perspective
MS Kgatle, AH Anderson
Routledge, 2020
Creating Sustainable Learning Environments in the Era of the Posthuman: Towards Borderless Curriculum
B Dube, S Mahlomaholo, W Setlalentoa, B Tarman
Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research 5 (1), i-x, 2023
Rural online learning in the context of COVID 19 in South Africa: Evoking an inclusive education approach. REMIE: Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research, 10 (2), 135-157
B Dube
Students’ perception and use of Moodle as the E-Learning system implemented at a rural University in Zimbabwe.
B Maphosa, V., Jita, T. & Dube
In Proceedings of EdMedia + Innovate Learning 1 (1), 175-182), 2020
State-based curriculum making in a post colonial Zimbabwe: Making sense of Family, Religious and Moral Education in a global context
D Tsotetsi
Journal of Social Studies Education Research 10 (1), 241-258, 2019
Decolonising Rural-Urban Dichotomy in South Africa: An Asset Based Approac
B Omodan, B, Tsotetsi, TC, and Dube
progressio 41 (1), 1-17, 2019
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