2021 2020 Jaffer, Z & Ponono, M & Chasi, C & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Drop your tools. Decolonising journalism education. UNISA Press.
2020 Swart, M & Rodny-Gumede, Y. (Eds.) Marikana Unresolved. JUTA: Cape Town.
Articles and chapters
2021 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Transformation, fragmentation and decolonisation: The contested role of the media in postcolonial South Africa. In Political Communication as Decolonisation and Performance: Africa and the Diaspora, edited by Beschara Karam and Bruce Mutsvairo. London: Routledge.
2021 Rodny-Gumede, Y & Chasi, C. Rethinking peace journalism in light of ubuntu, in Media, Conflicts and Peace building in Africa, edited by Admire Mare and Jacinta Maweu. London: Routledge.
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y & Chasi, C. Decolonising media and communication studies: An exploratory survey on global curricula transformation debate. In Routledge Handbook of African Media and Communication, edited by Winston Mano & viola milton.
2020 Chasi, C and Rodny-Gumede, Y. Innovation in media and communication studies: Reflections from South African academics, Communicatio, 46 (2): 107-125.
2020 Chasi, C. & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Ubuntu, innovation and decolonisation in media and communication studies. In Hoechsmann, M & Carr, P & Thesee, G. Education for Democracy 2.0: Changing Frames of Media Literacy. Brill Publishers.
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Expanding comparative media systems analysis from transitional to postcolonial societies, International Gazette, 82(7): 611-627. (ISI accredited)
2020 Chasi, C. & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Reimagining the University as a Transit Place and Space: A Contribution to the Decolonialisation Debate. In Down, B. & Steinberg, S.R. (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies. Newbury: SAGE, pp. 416-427.
2020 Rao, S & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Gazing past the glass ceiling: Indian and South African female journalists' perceptions of their role and power in the newsroom, Global Media and Communication, 16(1): 57-74. (IBSS accredited)
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y& Chasi. C. Metaphors of transformation of education and fitness for purpose: Towards a humanizing agenda. South African Journal of Higher Education, 34(1): 213-230. (DoHet accredited)
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Reporting Marikana: What went wrong and has it changed South African journalism? In Marikana Unresolved Edited by Mia Swart and Ylva Rodny-Gumede. JUTA: Cape Town.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. The fourth industrial revolution, the changing world of work and imperatives of internationalisation in higher education. The Thinker, Issue 82 November 2019. http://www.thethinker.co.za/resources/Thinker_82/82%20gumede.pdf
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Undercover reporting, The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies.
2019 Chasi, C & Rodny-Gumede, Y. No Pain No Gain? Reflections on decolonization and higher education in South Africa, Africa Education Review. Vol 16 (5): 120-133. (DoHet accredited)
2018 Rodny-Gumede, Y. A teaching philosophy of journalism education in the global South: A South African case study, Journalism, Theory, Practice and Criticism. Vol 19(6): 747-761. (ISI accredited)
2018 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Bridging critical and administrative research paradigms in the interest of a politically engaged African research agenda. In Palgrave handbook on media and communication research in Africa, edited by Bruce Mutsvairo. London: Palgrave, pp. 177-194.
2018 Chasi, C & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Decolonising Communication Studies: Advancing the discipline through fermenting participation studies, In Palgrave handbook on media and communication research in Africa, edited by Bruce Mutsvairo. London: Palgrave, pp. 55-71.
2018 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Fake it till you make it: The role and impact of fake news on the media-politics nexus. In Perspectives on political communications in Africa, edited by Bruce Mutsvairo. London: Palgrave, pp. 203-219.
2018 Gudipaty, N & Lago, C & Pasti, S & Xu, Y & Li, X & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Gender: Moving towards professional equality, in The BRICS Journalist in the Age of Net Mobility, edited by Svetlana Pasti and Jyotika Ramaprasad pp. 104-129.
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Towards new co-creational approaches for research and supervision in professional journalism degree programmes, African Journalism Studies. Vol 38 (3&4): 100-117. (DoHet accredited)
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y & Chasi, C. Ubuntu values individuals: An analysis of eulogies of Mandela, Journal of Literary Studies. Vol 33 (4): 106-123. (DoHet accredited)
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Ubuntu and the cinematic dramaturgy of Elelwani, Communitas. Vol 22 (1): 16-30. (DoHet accredited)
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y. The centrality of media hearings to transitional justice processes, in Limits to transition: A Critique of the TRC, edited by Karen van Merle and Mia Swart. Leiden; Boston: Brill Nijhof publishers, pp. 253-281.
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y & Milton, V & Mano, W. Rethinking the link between Media and Democracy in the post-colony: One size does not fit all. Communicatio, Vol 43 (2):1-9. (DoHet accredited)
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Questioning the media-democracy relationship: The case of South Africa, Communicatio. Vol 43 (2): 10-20. (DoHet accredited)
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Social media and the re-affirmation of the role of 'journalism': Cursory notes on the potential for widening the public sphere in a postcolonial society, Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture. Vol 8(2&3): 169-187. (Scopus)
2017 Chasi, C and Rodny-Gumede, Y. High deception in Higher education, in Deception: Motivations, Recognition Techniques and Behavioral Control, edited by Innocent Chiluwa. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
2017 Rodny-Gumede, Y. The impact of social media on journalism, in P.J. Fourie Media studies Vol 4: Social (new) media and mediated communication today. Cape Town: Juta, pp. 267-292.
2017 Chasi, C & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Of despots and saints: Towards a nuanced understanding of African leadership through the analysis of eulogies of Mandela, in Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela: Decolonial Ethics of Liberation and Servant Leadership, edited by Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni & Busani Ngcaweni. New York: Africa World Press.
2016 Chasi, C & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Ubuntu journalism and nation-building magic, Critical Arts. Vol 30(5): 728-744. (DoHet accredited)
2016 Rodny-Gumede, Y & Chasi, C. The truth and nothing but the truth: A re-affirmation and re-evaluation of undercover journalism practices, African Journalism Studies. Vol 37(3): 107-128. (DoHet accredited)
2016 Chasi, C & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Smash and grab, truth and dare…, International Communication Gazette. Vol 78 (7): 694-700. (IBSS accredited)
2016 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Awareness towards Peace Journalism among Foreign Correspondents in Africa, Media and Communication. Vol 4 (1): 80-93 (Scopus)
2016 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Gender equity in South African newsrooms, in Media and Democracy in Southern Africa. Edited by Glenda Daniels. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung - Fes. Media Africa.
2015 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Re-conceptualising the analysis of trajectories of media development in post-colonial societies, Global Media and Communication. Vol 11(2): 131-146. (IBSS accredited)
2015 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Gender and public discourse formation in South Africa: Male and female journalists' influence on news agendas, Communicatio: South African journal for Communication Theory and Research. 41(2): 206-219 (DoHet accredited)
2015 Rodny-Gumede, Y.South African journalists' conceptualisation of professionalism and deviations form normative liberal values. Communicare 33(2): 54-69. (DoHet accredited)
2015 Rodny-Gumede, Y. An assessment of the public interest and ideas of the public in South Africa and the adoption of 'Ubuntu journalism', Journal of Media Ethics. Vol 30 (2): 109-124. (ISI accredited)
2015 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Coverage of Marikana: War and conflict and the case for peace (journalism), Social Dynamics: A Journal of African Studies. Vol 41(2): 359-374. (ISI accredited)
2015 Swart, M & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Introduction: Considering the aftermath of Marikana, Social Dynamics. Vol 41 (2): 323-326. (ISI accredited)
2014 Rodny-Gumede, Y & Hyde-Clarke, N. Conducting online research and the use of online sources: South African journalist practices. In Online Journalism in Africa. Edited by Mabweazara, H. New York: Routledge, pp.104-120.
2014 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Challenges of Teaching Journalism at the University of Johannesburg. Rhodes Journalism Review 34.
2013 Ogola, G. & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Current quality levels in the journalism of South Africa and Kenya.In The Future of Quality News: A cross continental analysis. Edited by Anderson, J & Ogola, G & Williams, M. New York: Routledge, 227-247.
2013 Rodny-Gumede, Y. The local in the global: Challenges of teaching global journalism. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies. Vol 34 (2):128-141. (ISI accredited)
2012 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Race, class and gender and the transformation of the South African news media. Journal of Gender and Religion in Africa. December 2012 Vol 18: 159-176. (DoHet accredited)
2012 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Peace journalism and the usage of online sources. Communicare, October 2012, Vol 31: 57-74. (DoHet accredited)
2011 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Analysing ethics and political bias in South African news media. In Communication and Media Ethics in South Africa. Edited by Hyde-Clarke, N. Cape Town, SA: Juta, 147-175.
Recent Articles in popular media
2021 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Global benefits for students, universities Mail&Guardian, https://mg.co.za/education/2021-09-11-global-benefits-for-students-universities/, 11 September
2021 Rodny-Gumede, Y & Sinha, S. Building accessibility, excellence through online education. University World News https://www.universityworldnews.com/post.php?story=20210510114249540, 13 May
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Is internationalisation in jeopardy? Mail&Guardian, 4 September
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Caring for our students goes beyond the teaching project. Mail&Guardian, 2 August. https://mg.co.za/coronavirus-essentials/2020-08-02-caring-for-students-goes-beyond-the-teaching-project/
2020 Rodny-Gumede,Y. Rethinking communication and innovation in the time of COVID-19. Mail&Guardian, 4 July. https://mg.co.za/coronavirus-essentials/2020-07-04-rethinking-communication-and-innovation-in-the-time-of-covid-19/
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Universities can use the COVID-19 moment to reinvent the way they teach. Sunday Times, 19 April. https://www.timeslive.co.za/sunday-times/opinion-and-analysis/2020-04-19-universities-can-use-this-covid-19-moment-to-reinvent-the-way-they-teach/
2020 Rodny-Gumede, Y. How universities can use the coronavirus outbreak to promote regionalisation. Mail&Guardian, 11 March. https://mg.co.za/article/2020-03-11-how-universities-can-use-the-coronavirus-outbreak-to-promote-regionalisation/
2020 Chasi, C & Rodny-Gumede, Y. Transform campuses, transform society. Mail&Guardian, 7 February. https://mg.co.za/article/2020-02-07-transform-campuses-transform-society
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Prepare for the unknown 'unknowns'. Mail&Guardian, 22 November.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. We need more international students in SA universities, not fewer. Sunday Times, 22 September. https://www.timeslive.co.za/sunday-times/opinion-and-analysis/2019-09-22-we-need-more-international-students-in-sa-universities-not-fewer/
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. What is the real value of a doctoral degree?, Mail&Guardian, 27 June.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Honouring the superheroes of our democracy, The Journalist, 25 June.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Obituary Raymond Louw, The Journalist, 25 June.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y South Africa needs to think differently. Mail&Guardian, 8 March.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Cyberattacks on female journalists threaten everyone.
https://mg.co.za/article/2019-03-06-cyberattacks-on-female-journalists-threaten-everyone. Mail&Guardian, 6 March.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Journalists listed in Agrizzi's 'little black book'.
http://www.thejournalist.org.za/the-craft/journalists-listed-in-agrizzis-little-black-book, The Journalist, 29 January.
2019 Rodny-Gumede, Y. Hugh Lewin: Bandiet, Activist, Author and Journalist.
http://www.thejournalist.org.za/the-craft/hugh-lewin-bandiet-activist-author-and-journalist, The Journalist, 28 January.