- Kamwimbi, TK. et al. “Violation of Human Rights of Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Refugees – Victims of Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa”, in OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 01, No. 05, pp. 67-83, 2010. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1671003. This paper was initially presented in the Summer Congress 2010 held at Laurentian University, Canada on June 22 -25, 2010.
- Kamwimbi, TK. (2008) 'Between peace and justice: informal mechanisms in the DR Congo' In Ivo Aertsen, Jana Arsovska, Holger-C. Rohne, Marta Valinas, and Kris Vanspauwen ed., Restoring Justice after Large-scale Violent Conflicts. Devon, UK: Willan Publishing. Pp. 359-391.
- Kamwimbi, TK, "Restorative Justice and Reconciliation in the Aftermath of Human Rights Abuses in the DRC", Paper presented at the international conference organised in Cape Town, South Africa on 21-22 September 2006 by the Institute for Criminology at the University of Cape Town (UCT), the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR), and the Law and Society Institute at the Catholic University of Leuven (KUL). See at "http://www.transitionaljustice.be/rjsa"
- Kamwimbi, TK. “The DRC elections, reconciliation and justice”, article published online by Pambazuka News on 27 July 2006. (At http://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/features/36231)
- Tyrone Savage & Theodore Kamwimbi (2006).‘Disengaging the trigger of Africa: What prospects for peace in the Congo?’(“Hat Kongo eine Friedensperspektive?"), Newspaper article published in Germany in Der Überblick, 42(2 June), pp. 64-67. (See at http://www.der-ueberblick.de/_SIRL944cQZ-Q2TOPD_/archiv/200602/200602.064/index.html).
- Kamwimbi Theo, Brian Raftopoulos and Karin Alexander. ‘DRC moves towards first democratic elections: Congo peace prospects precarious’, Newspaper article published in The Cape Times on 5 July 2006. (See at http://www.ijr.org.za/publications/media/kbtcongo)
- Kamwimbi, TK, “DRC: Challenges to Justice & Reconciliation, Implications for Policy Research and Capacity Building”, paper presented in the Policy Research and Capacity Building Planning Workshop organised by the Southern Africa Human Security Program (SAHSP) of the Institute for Security Studies on December 1-2, 2005 in Cape Town, South Africa.
- Kamwimbi, TK, “Euthanasia and Human Rights”, Essay, Cape Town, October 2003.
- Kamwimbi, TK, “The Impact of Constitutional and International Human Rights Standards on Sentencing Law and Practice in Respect of Children”, Essay, Cape Town, October 2003, 22 p.
- Kamwimbi, TK, “Contrast of Retribution versus Restorative Justice Paradigm”, Essay, Cape Town, September 2003.
- Kamwimbi, TK, “The Age of Criminal Responsibility: A Comparative Study”, Essay, Cape Town, June 2006.
CONTRIBUTION TO PUBLICATIONS
- Research and Supervision for: Bendall, C.(2010) The Domestic Violence Epidemic in South Africa: Legal and Practical Remedies', Women's Studies, 39: 2, 100 — 118.
- Research and Supervision for: Janet McKnight (2008). ‘Through the Fear: A Study of Xenophobia in South Africa’s Refugee System’, In Journal of Identity and Migration Studies, Volume 2, No 2.
- Savage T. & Kambala O. (2008) ‘). 'Decayed, decimated, usurped and inadequate: the challenge of finding justice through formal mechanisms in the DR Congo' In Ivo Aertsen, Jana Arsovska, Holger-C. Rohne, Marta Valinas, and Kris Vanspauwen ed., Restoring Justice after Large-scale Violent Conflicts. Devon, UK: Willan Publishing. Pp. 336-358.
- Villa-Vicencio C., Nantulya P., Savage T. (2005), Building Nations- Transitional Justice in the African Great Lakes Region: Burundi, The DRC, Rwanda, Uganda, IJR: Cape Town.
- IJR (2005), Les Ressources de la Transition: Une Publication de l’Institut pour la Justice et la Réconciliation, Le Cap.