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BOOKS AND ARTICLES
Chen, M. (Ed.), Carré, F. (Ed.). (2020). The Informal Economy Revisited. London: Routledge, https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429200724
Rink, Bradley and Crow, Justin. (2019). Horse/power: human–animal mobile assemblage in the contemporary city. Contemporary Social Science. https://doi.org/10.1080/21582041.2019.1655164
Makina, A.P. (2020). Logics used to justify urban appropriations: an examination of waste picking in Tshwane. PhD Dissertation. Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability, Florida State University. https://shareok.org/bitstream/handle/11244/326564/2020_Makina_Anesu_Dissertation.pdf?sequence=2
Schoeman, T. & Zwane, M. (2020). Drivers for recycling in Johannesburg, South Africa. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Science, Engineering, Technology and Waste Management, 16-17 November 2020, Birchwood, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Jiyane, E. & Schoeman, T. (2020). Recycling behavior of students at a tertiary institution in South Africa. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Science, Engineering, Technology and Waste Management, 16-17 November 2020, Birchwood, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Khanyile A, Caws GC, Nkomo SL & Mkhize NM. 2020. Thermal characterisation study of two disposable diaper brands. Detritus (9): 138-149. https://doi.org/10.31025/2611-4135/2020.13898
Tomita A, Cuadros DF, Burns JK, Tanser F & Slotow R. 2020. Exposure to waste sites and their impact on health: a panel and geospatial analysis of nationally representative data from South Africa, 2008–2015.Lancet Planet Health 2020 (4): e223–34.
Schoeman, T. (2018). Trolley pushers in the City of Johannesburg. Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the Society of South African Geographers. Conducted by the Society of South African Geographers.
Schoeman, T. & J. Schmidt. (2016). An explorative study on household recycling behaviour in the City of Johannesburg. Proceedings of the Centenary Conference of the Society of South African Geographers. Conducted by the Society of South African Geographers. Stellenbosch: SunMedia.
TRASK, S. 2013. Up/Down/ Recycle: Infrastructure for integrated waste management. A focus on informal trolley pushers in Newtown Johannesburg. Johannesburg: University of Johannesburg. (MTech thesis)
Sobuce, N.W. 2012. Waste recycling and small, micro and medium enterprises development: A case study of greater Kokstad municipality. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand. (MA dissertation) 11.
Mamphita, D. 2011. The role played by subsistence waste pickers in recycling. Pretoria: University of Pretoria, South Africa. (MBA mini dissertation)
Schoeman, T. & Sentime, K. 2011. Informal waste collection in Johannesburg: a case study. [Online] Available: https://www.google.co.za/search?q=schoeman+and+ sentime&oq=schoeman+and+sentime&aqs=chrome..69i57.8398j0j8&sourceid=chrome &es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8#q=schoeman+and+sentime+waste+pickers. [Accessed: 07/08/2013].
Sentime, K. 2011. Profiling solid waste pickers: a case study of Braamfontein – Greater Johannesburg. Africanus, 41(2):96-1
Benson, K. & Vanqa-Mgijima, N. 2010. Organising on the streets: a study of reclaimers in the streets of Cape Town. Report. Women in Informal Employment Globalising and Organising. Cambridge, MA, USA. [Online] Available: http://wiego.org/sites/wiego.org/files/publications/files/Benson-VangaMgijima_WIEGO_OB4.pdf [Accessed: 14/07/2013]
Chvatal, J. 2010. A study of waste management policy implications for landfill waste salvagers in the Western Cape. Cape Town: University of Cape Town, South Africa. (MA thesis)
Oelofse, S.H.H. & Strydom, W.F. 2010. Picking at waste facilities: scavenging or entrepreneurship? Paper delivered at the 20th waste conference and exhibitions, 4-8 October 2010, Emperors Palace, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Ralfe, K. 2007. The waste pickers of Durban: a case study of three BBC. Durban: University of KwaZulu-Natal. (MA thesis)
Benjamin, S. 2007. Rapid assessment on scavenging and waste recycling work by children in South Africa. Report, Department of Labour and International Labour Organisation (ILO), Pretoria, South Africa.
Langenhoven, B. & Dyssel, M. 2007. The recycling industry and subsistence waste collectors: a case study of Mitchell’s Plain. Urban Forum, 18(1):114-132. LUND
Nkosi, H.S. 2006. The viability of salvaging solid waste at dump sites in the Johannesburg Metropolitan area. Johannesburg: University of Johannesburg, South Africa. (MA dissertation)
McLean, M. 2000a. Informal collection: a matter of survival amongst the urban vulnerable. Africanus, 30(2):8-26.
McLean, M. 2000b. A personal profile of some of the informal collectors in central Durban – a case study. Society in Transition, 31(1):1-9.
Naidoo, J.S.G. 1994. A study of the garbage pickers within the Port Shepstone disposal site. Durban: University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal. (MA thesis)
De Kock, R. 1986. Garbage Picking as a strategy or survival. Durban: University of Natal, South Africa. (MA thesis)