- Bachelor of Social Work, UKZN, 2014
- Master of Social Science (Social Work), 2016
- Doctor of philosophy, Social Work, 2021
- (De)colonisation and higher education
- Social Work education and practice
- Students wellbeing
- Children and families’ wellbeing
- Working with individual and families
- Working with groups
- Social Work practice
- Critical theory and anti-oppressive practice
- Gender, Aids and violence
- Makhanya T. 2021. ‘The phenomenology of colonialism: Exploring perspectives of social work graduates in the African university’. Critical studies in teaching and learning, Vol 9. no 1. DOI: 10.14426/cristal.v9i1.279.
- Makhanya T. 2021. ‘Has the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 changed the position of unmarried fathers? Legislative discourse in South Africa’. Gender and behaviour, Vol 19. no 2.
- Makhanya, T.B. and Zibane, S.Z. 2020. Students’ Voices on How Indigenous Languages Are Disfavoured in South African Higher Education. Language Matters. DOI:10.1080/10228195.2020.1711533.
- Makhanya, T.B. 2019. ‘Exploring Young Unmarried Fathers Experiences and Perceptions of Pregnancy’. Gender & Behaviour, Vol 19. No 2.
- Makhanya T.B. and Mathias, C. 2018. ‘Young Unmarried Fathers Experiences and Perceptions of Fatherhood’. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, Vol 54 No 2. DIO: 15270/54-2-636.
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