Institute for Corporate Citizenship

Ms N Ntombela

College of Economic and Management Sciences
Corporate Citizenship
Research Assistant
Tel: 012 433 4712


  • PhD in Sociology (Current) (UNISA)
  • MA in Sociology (UNISA)
  • B.Soc.Sci (Honours) in Sociology (UKZN)
  • B.Soc.Science in Psychology and Sociology (UKZN)

Currently teaching

  • SUS1501- Sustainability and Greed

Fields of academic interests

  • Migration
  • Climate Change

Field of Specialisation

  • Gender migration
  • Climate Change with a specific focus on perceptions and attitudes


  • Nhamo, G. Ntombela, N. and B. Chavalala. 2019. Nedbank’s green building journey excites and inspires many. ( in Evolution of green building with selected cases from South Africa, eds. G Nhamo and V. Mjimba) (Upcoming)
  • Pophiwa, N. and Ntombela, N. 2016. Green Economy Readiness in South Africa: A Review of Skills and Immigration Regime. In Innovation for sustainability under climate change and green economy.pp.52-66. (ISBN978-0-7983-0501-3).

Journal articles

  • Nhamo, G. and Ntombela, N. (2014). Higher education institutions and carbon management: cases from the UK and South Africa. Problems and Perspectives in Management, Volume 12, Issue 1: 208-217

Paper presentations

  • Ntombela, N. 2017. Perceptions, attitudes and awareness towards renewable energy technologies: A case study of the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa. 1st International Conference on Energy Research and Social Science. Melian Sitges, Spain. (Poster Presentation)
  • Pophiwa, N and Ntombela, N. 2015. Green readiness in South Africa: A focus on skills and immigration regime. International Conference on Innovation for Sustainability under Climate Change and Green Growth. Birchwood, South Africa.