Publications and Conference Papers
Bamboo Pen/Kalamu ya Mwanzi.
Dar es Salaam Institute of Education (mimeo)
A Survey of Audio Visual Equipment in Tanzania Schools and Colleges. Dar es Salaam Institute of Education (Mimeo).
Uchunguzi wa Zana za Kufundishia katika Shule za Msingi Tanzania Dar es Salaam Institute of Education
Educational Technology: Its Place in the Process of Life Long Education in Tanzania.Programmed Learning and Educational Technology London: Sweet and Maxwell ltd.
Folk Media and Social Development in Tanzania.Communication for Social Development in Africa: Nairobi, UNICEF.
Art and National Development.Tanzania Educational Journal No. 17.
Sanaa za Asili, Urithi wa Utamaduni wetu. C.K.Omari and Martin Mvungi (Eds.) Dar es Salaam TPH.
Falsafa ya Sanaa Tanzania, E. Jengo, L.A. Mbughuni and A.S. Kandoro (eds.) Dar es Salaam: National Arts Council.
Towards Rational Application of Audio Visual in Eudcation and Training.Studies in Curriculum Development. Dar es Salaam: Institute of Education No. 8.
Special Problem of Artists in Developing Countries.Authorship and Copyright in Tanzania. C. Rwezaura (ed.) Dar es Salaam Institute of Education.
Towards a National Cultural Policy for the Promotion of Art in Tanzania.Utafiti: Journal of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Vol. VII, No. 1, 1985.
Calender of oil paintings in full colour from 1969-1989. Published by Gerda Nitschke, Butteller Dam, Staacken, Berlin, West Germany.
Jengo, E. and Mahenge S.T. Consultancy Report on the Improvement and advancement of the Bandari College audio-visual Unit. June, 1992.
The Visual Arts of Tanzania Hodi: Journal of the Norway Tanzania Association.
Art for Nature Sake. Financial Times. June 10-16, page 11.
The Role of Political Caricature and Cartoons in the Democratization Process of East Africa. Sunday Observer, September 5.p. 11.
The Visual Arts in Tanzania. ART IN TANZANIA 2000. Dar es Salaam: Michel Lanfrey/East African Movies Ltd. 2000.
40,000 Years of Visual Arts in Tanzania. Countryside Destination Tanzania, June-August 2002, Dar es Salaam (Efirstname.lastname@example.org.)
Pioneers of Contemporary Art in Tanzania.East Africa Art Biennale, Catalogue. Dar es salaam
Education Technology Needs in Developing Nations,
Paper presented at the Association for the Development of Instruction systems, Cape Rouge, Quebec, Canada.
Mass Media and Black Civilization. Paper presented at the 2nd World African and Black Festival of Art and culture, Lagos, Nigeria.
Cultural Imperialism and Artistic Underdevelopment in East Africa. Paper presented at the Universities of Eastern Africa Social Science Conference, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Educational Technology: Its Implication for School Inspectors. Paper presented at the School Inspectors Seminar, Kibaha, Coast Region, Tanzania.
Communication Process in Education and Training, Paper presented at the Workshop for Teachers of Financial Management, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Towards theRational Application of audio-visual Media in Education and Training. Paper presented at the National Curriculum Development Workshop for Adult Education Tutors, organized by the UN Population and Family Life Education Project, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Current Issues in Contemporary African Art.Paper presented at the US Citizens Meeting, US Embassy, Dar es Salaam.
Contemporary African Painting: Problem and Perspectives. Paper presented at the 50th Anniversary of Malangatana Art, Maputo, Mozambique.
The Anatomy of communication. Paper presented at the Audio-visual Media Refresher Course for Community Development Officers, Iringa, Tanzania, January, 1988.
Nadharia ya Mawasiliano (Communication Theory).Paper presented at the Community Development Publicity Seminar, Iringa, Tanzania
Africa in Search of Ethnic Aesthetics in the Visual Arts. Paper presented at a Workshop on Pattern of change in the Contemporary Caribbean, City College of New York, June 12-25, 1991.
Roots and inspiration in African Art. Paper presented at an International Conference on Ethnic Art. Oslo, Norway, October 25 to November 3.
Communication strategy in Community-Based Protection of the Rights of the Child. Paper presented at a Seminar on Community Based Protection of the rights of the Child, Kunduchi Hotel, Dar es Salaam, August 23-25.
Current Issues in the Nomenclature of African Art: The Challenge of a Tradition. Paper presented at a seminar on the significance of Traditional Cultures for Todays Society at the Goethe Institute, Dar es Salaam, November 11-13,1996.
Similarities and Differences Between Rock Art and Contemporary Art. Paper presented at an International Workshop on Documentation and Conservation of Rock Art, Arusha, Tanzania, January 2002.