Ernest A. Pineteh (2018): Disrupting Western Epistemic Hegemony in South African Universities: Curriculum Decolonisation, Social Justice, and Agency in Post-Apartheid South Africa.The international Journal of Learner Diversity and Identities, 25 (1-2): 9-22.
Ernest A. Pineteh (2018): Spatial Contestation, Victimisation and Resistance during Xenophobic Violence:
The Experiences of Somali Migrants in Post-Apartheid South Africa. International Migration, 56 (2): 133-145.
Ernest A. Pineteh (2018): Student Voice: Perspectives on Language and Critical Pedagogy in South African Higher Education. Educational Reseaerch for Social Change, 7 (1): 1-12.
Ernest A. Pineteh (2017): Moments of suffering, pain and resilience: Somali refugees’ memories of home and journeys to exile. Cogent Social Sciences, 3 (1): 1-15. IBSS
Ernest A. Pineteh (2017): Illegal aliens and demons that must be exorcised from South Africa: Framing African migrants and xenophobia in post-apartheid narratives. Cogent Social Sciences, 3 (1): 1-13. IBSS
Ernest A. Pineteh & Thecla N. Mulu (2016): Tragic and heroic moments in the lives of forced migrants: memories of political asylum seekers in post-apartheid South Africa. Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees, 32 (3): 63-72. IBSS
Monwabisi, K. Ralarala, Ernest A. Pineteh & Zandile, Mchiza (2016): A study on the language and socio-cultural challenges experienced by international students: A case for Cape Peninsula University of Technology. South African Journal of Higher Education, 30 (4). IBSS & DoHET
Thecla N. Mulu & Ernest A. Pineteh (2016): Approaches to participatory community development in South Africa for small business development. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, 30 (1): 7-28. IBSS
Ernest A. Pineteh & Thecla N. Mulu (2016): Francophone transnational students, social exclusion and the challenges of adaptation at a South African University of Technology. African Human Mobility Review, 2 (1): 383-403. Peer reviewed
Ernest A. Pineteh (2015): The challenges of living here and there: Conflicting narratives of intermarriage between Cameroonians and South Africans in Johannesburg. African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, 8 (1): 71-85. IBSS
Ernest A.Pineteh (2014): The academic writing challenges of undergraduate students: A South African case study. International Journal of Higher Education, 3 (1): 12-22. Peer reviewed
Ernest A. Pineteh (2014): An alternative approach for designing and teaching of communication skills to University of Technology students. International Journal of Higher Education, 3 (2): 52-62. Peer reviewed
Ernest A. Pineteh (2011): Spaces of inclusion and exclusion: Dynamics of Cameroonian associations in Johannesburg. African Identities, 9 (4): 401-416. IBSS
Ernest Pineteh (2012): Using virtual interactions to teach communication skills to Information Technology students. British Journal of Educational Technology, 43 (1): 85-96. ISI
Ernest A. Pineteh (2010): Hell or haven: Discordant representations of Johannesburg in testimonies of Cameroonian migrants. African Identities, 8 (1): 69-80. IBSS
Ernest A.Pineteh (2008): Cultural associations, clothing and food as markers of cultural identity in testimonies of Cameroonian forced migrants in Johannesburg. African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, (1) 1: 87-99. IBSS
Ernest Pineteh (2005): Memories of home and exile: Narratives of Cameroonian asylum seekers in Johannesburg. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 26 (4): 379-399. IBSS