Department of Life and Consumer Sciences

Mr MC Monyama

College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences
School of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Department: Life and Consumer Sciences
Tel: 011 670 9562


BSc (Biochemistry and Microbiology)

BSc Honours (Microbiology)

MSc (Medical Microbiology)

Registered for PhD (Medical)

Fields of academic interests

Teaching interest

  • Biomedical science at undergraduate and postgraduate level

Research interest

My research interest is mainly on Nosocomial infections, understanding their epidemiology using molecular diagnostic approach

Journal articles

  • Monyama M.C., Bolukaoto J.Y., Chukwu, M.O., Maloba, M.R.B., Moyo SR, Mavenyengwa, R.T., Nchabeleng, M. and Lebelo, S.L., (2016). Group B streptococcus colonization in pregnant women at Dr. George Mukhari Hospital, South Africa. Southern African journal of infectious disease. 31(3):74–78.
  • Bolukaoto, J.Y., Monyama, C.M., Chukwu, M.O., Lekala, S.M., Nchabeleng, M., Maloba, M.R.B., Mavenyengwa, R.T., Lebelo, S.L., Monokoane, S.T., Tshepuwane, C. and Moyo, S.R (2015). Antibiotic resistance of Streptococcus agalactiae isolated from pregnant women in Garankuwa, South Africa. BMC research notes, 8:364
  • Chukwu, M.O., Mavenyengwa, R.T., Monyama, C.M., Bolukaoto, J.Y., Maloba, M.R.B., Lebelo, S.L., Nchabeleng M. and Moyo SR (2015). Antigenic distribution of Streptococcus agalactiae isolates from pregnant women at Garankuwa hospital – South Africa. GERMS 2015; 5(4): 125-133.doi:10.11599/germs.2015.1080
  • Lekala, S.M., Mavenyengwa, R.T., Moyo, S.R., Lebelo, S.L., Chukwu, M.O., Bolukaoto, J.Y., Monyama, C.M., Nchabeleng, M., Tshepuwane, C.  and Monokoane, S.T. (2015). Risk Factors Associated with Group B Streptococcus Colonization and their Effect on Pregnancy Outcome. Journal of Gynecology and obstetrics., 3(6): 121-128.