Staff Profile

/Dr G. Mahlangu

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Information and Communication Technology, Cape Peninsula University of Technology
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), Midlands State University
  • MSc. Information Systems Management Degree, Midlands State University
  • BSc. Information Systems Honours Degree, Midlands State University

Research Interests:

  • Digital inclusion 
  • Digital transformation
  • E-government in developing countries
  • Digital divide in developing countries
  • Mobile and web technologies
  • Cloud computing
  • Internet of Things

Publications:

  1. Eugenia Zivanai & Gilbert Mahlangu (2022) Digital prison rehabilitation and successful re-entry into a digital society: A systematic literature review on the new reality on prison rehabilitation, Cogent Social Sciences, 8:1, 2116809, DOI: 10.1080/23311886.2022.2116809
  2. Munyaradzi Zhou, Gilbert Mahlangu  and Cyncia Matsika (Eds.) (2022). Digital Transformation for Promoting Inclusiveness in Marginalized Communities. IGI Global
  3. Gilbert Mahlangu, Munyaradzi Zhou, Cyncia Matsika (2022). Multidimensional Factors Enabling Digital Inclusion in Marginalised Communities of a Developing Economy. IGI Global
  4. Fungai N Mukora, Teurai Matekenya, Gilbert Mahlangu, Innocent Chirisa, Caroline Hester Sarai Muparutsa (2022). From Digital Divides to Digital Dividends: Embracing Basic Services in Zimbabwe’s Digitalisation Agenda. IGI Global
  5. Cyncia Matsika, Munyaradzi Zhou, Gilbert Mahlangu (2022). Digital Inclusion in Education Using Cloud Computing and Augmented and Virtual Reality. IGI Global
  6. Theo Tsokota, Gilbert Mahlangu, Muchaneta Enipha Muruko & Colletor Tendeukai Chipfumbu Kangara (2021). Electronic customer relationship management framework for Game Parks in Zimbabwe, African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, DOI: 10.1080/20421338.2021.1938797
  7. Mahlangu, G. and Ruhode, E., Factors enhancing e-government service gaps in a developing country context, Proceedings of the 1st Virtual Conference on Implications of Information and Digital Technologies for Development, IFIP, 2021, May 26-28.
  8. Mahlangu, G. & Ruhode, E., 2020, ‘Towards a multidimensional model for assessing e-government service gaps’, South African Journal of Information Management 22(1)
  9. Carlington Rufaro Zamba, Gilbert Mahlangu, Maxmillan Giyane, Taurai George Rebanowako, 2018. An Investigation of the Potential Benefits and Challenges of Business Intelligence Adoption in the Retail Sector in Gweru, Zimbabwe (Journal of Systems Integration. Journal Of Systems Integration 2018/2
  10. Gilbert Mahlangu, Samuel Musungwini and Sindiso Nleya. 2018. An Algorithm for using Internet of Things (IoTs) to Improve Load Management in Electric Power Grid. International Journal of Computer Applications (0975-8887), Volume 179- No.35, April 2018
  11. Mahlangu, G, Musungwini, S., Sibanda, M., A framework for creating an ICT knowledge hub in Zimbabwe: A holistic approach in fostering economic growth. Journal of Systems Integration 2018/1
  12. Musungwini, S., Mahlangu, G., Mugoniwa, B., and Furusa, S. S., 2016. Framework for Threat Modelling for a Power Utility: Case of Zimbabwe Power Utility Company. International Journal of Computer Science and Business Informatics, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 8-23.
  13. Mahlangu, G., Musafare, C., Simbarashe, F. S., Beauty, M. 2016. Implementation of e-Government Services using Java Technologies: A Methodological Guide in improving an e-Police Management System in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Computer Science and Business Informatics, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 32-43.
  14. Mahlangu, G., Furusa, S.S., Chikonye, M. and Mugoniwa, B., 2016. Evaluating the Adoption of Deductive Database Technology in Augmenting Criminal Intelligence in Zimbabwe: Case of Zimbabwe Republic Police. International Journal of Computer Science and Business Informatics, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 68-76.
  15. Furusa, S.S, Mahlangu, G., Mugoniwa, B., Giyane, M., Rebanowako, T. G. 2016. A conceptual Model for Highway Speed Monitoring and Enforcement in Zimbabwe. Journal of Systems Integration, 2016/4
  16. Tsokota, T., Mahlangu, Rebanowako, T.G., Furusa, S.S., Can the Social Construction of Technology be used to explain the Perception of Social Media in Zimbabwe? (11th Zimbabwe International Research Symposium conference proceedings 17-18 February 2017)

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