Institute for Corporate Citizenship

Prof G Nhamo

College of Economic and Management Sciences
Corporate Citizenship
Professor
Tel: (012) 4334725
E-mail: nhamog@unisa.ac.za

Qualifications

  • PhD focusing on Environmental Policy Implementation (Rhodes University, South Africa).
  • MSc Environmental Science (University of Botswana)
  • BSc (Honours) Urban and Regional Planning (University of Zimbabwe)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow (University of Witwatersrand, South Africa)

NRF Rating

C3

Fields of academic interests

  • Environment and Sustainable Development

Field of Specialisation

  • Climate Change Governance
  • Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
  • Sustainable Development (with special focus on SDGs baselines)
  • Green Economy and Sustainable Energy

Books

  • Nhamo, G and Mjimba, V (eds). (2016). Sustainability, Climate Change and the Green Economy, Pretoria: HSRC Press, (ISBN: 978-0-7983-0501-3, 260 pages),
  • Nhamo, G. and Shava, S. (2015 edt). Climate change education in the SADC school curriculum. Pretoria: HSRC Press, 342 pages. (ISBN: 978-0-7983-0415-3).
  • Nhamo, G. and Chekwoti, C. (2014) edt. Land Grabs in a Green African Economy: Implications for Trade, Investment and Development Policies. Pretoria: HSRC Press, 202 pages. (ISBN: 978-0-7983-0419-1).
  • Nhamo, G. (2014 edt). Breakthrough: Corporate South Africa in a Green Economy. Pretoria: HSRC Press, 346 pages. (ISBN: 978-0-7983-0456-6).
  • Nhamo, G. (2011 edt). Green Economy and Climate Mitigation: Topics of Relevance to Africa. Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa Press. 280 pages (ISBN: 978-0-7983-0293-7)
  • Nhamo, G. & Inyang, E.A. (2011). Framework and tools for environmental management in Africa. Codesria: Senegal. 216 pages (ISBN: 978-2-86978-321-8).

Journal articles

  • Muchuru, S. and Nhamo. G. (2019). Sustaining African water resources under climate change: Emerging adaptation measures from UNFCCC national communications. Available online at: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/20421338.2018.1550934
  • Dube, K. and Nhamo, G. (2018). Climate change and the aviation sector: A focus on the Victoria Falls tourism route. Environmental Development. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211464518301350
  • Nhamo, G. (2018). UNFCCC decision on agriculture: Africa must continue prioritising adaptation in the Talanoa Dialogue and (I)NDC processes, South African Journal of International Affairs https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2018.1522275
  • Dube, K. and Nhamo, G. (2018). Climate change and potential impacts on tourism: evidence from the Zimbabwean side of the Victoria Falls. Environment, Development and Sustainability. Available Online at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10668-018-0118-y
  • Mukonza, C. and Nhamo, G. Wind Energy in South Africa: A review of policies, institutions and programmes. Journal of Energy in Southern Africa. Vol. 29(2). pp. 21-28.
  • Nhamo, G., Nhamo, S. and Nhemachena, C. (2018). What gets measured gets done! Towards an Afro-barometer for tracking progress in achieving Sustainable Development Goal 5, Agenda. https://doi.org/10.1080/10130950.2018.1433365
  • Dube, K. and Nhamo, G. (2018). Climate variability, change and potential impacts on tourism: Evidence from the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls. Environmental Science and Policy, 84: 113-123.
  • Kupika, O., Gandiwa, E. and Nhamo, G. (2018). Green economy initiatives in the face of climate change: experiences from the Middle Zambezi Biosphere Reserve, Zimbabwe. Environment, Development and Sustainability. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-018-0146-7
  • Nhamo, G., Muchuru, S. and Nhamo, S. (2018). Women's needs in new global sustainable development policy agendas. Sustainable Development.  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sd.1717/full
  • Elum, ZA, Nhamo, G. and Antwi, MA. (2018). Effects of climate variability and insurance adoption on crop production in select provinces of South Africa. Journal of Water and Climate Change. jwcc.iwaponline.com/content/ppiwajwacc/early/2018/06/21/wcc.2018.020.full.pdf 
  • Muchuru, S. and Nhamo, G. (2018). Climate change adaptation and the African fisheries: evidence from the UNFCCC National Communications. Environment, Development and Sustainability. Vol. 20: 1687–1705.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-017-9960-6.
  • Kararach, G., Nhamo, G., Mubila, M., Nhamo, S., Nhemachena, C. and Babu, S. (2018). Reflections on the Green Growth Index for developing countries: A focus of selected African countries. Development Policy Review. Vol. 36: 432-454. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dpr.12265/full
  • Nhamo, G. and Nhamo, S. (2017). Gender and geographical balance: With a focus on the UN Secretariat and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Gender Question. Vol. 5(1): 1-21. https://doi.org/10.25159/2412-8457/2520
  • Mlhanga-Ndlovu, N.B.F. and Nhamo, G. (2017). An assessment of Swaziland sugarcane farmer associations’ vulnerability to climate change, Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences, 14:1, 38-56, DOI: 10.1080/1943815X.2017.1335329.
  • Bimha, A. and Nhamo, G. Measuring Environmental Performance of Banks: Evidence from Carbon Disclosure (CDP) Reporting Banks. (2017). Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences | JEF | April 2017 10(1), pp. 26-46.
  • Muchuru, S. and Nhamo, G. (2017), Climate change and the African livestock sector: emerging adaptation measures from UNFCCC national communications, International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 9, 241-260. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJCCSM-07-2016-0093.
  • Elum, Z.A, Modise, D.M and Nhamo, G. (2017). Climate change mitigation: the potential of agriculture as a renewable energy source in Nigeria, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, DOI 10.1007/s11356-016-8187-7. Vol.24:3260–3273.
  • Bimha, A and Nhamo, G. (2017). Sustainable Development, Share Price and Carbon Disclosure Interactions: Evidence from South Africa’s JSE 100 Companies, Sustainable Development. Vol. 25, 400–413 DOI: 10.1002/sd.1670.
  • Agyepong, A.O and Nhamo, G. (2017). Green procurement in South Africa: perspectives on legislative provisions in metropolitan municipalities, Environment, Development and Sustainability, Vol 19, 2457–2474, DOI 10.1007/s10668-016-9865-9.
  • Nhamo, G. (2017). New Global Sustainable Development Agenda: A Focus on Africa. Sustainable Development. Vol. 25, 227–241 DOI: 10.1002/sd.1648.
  • Nhamo, G and Nhamo, S. (2016). One global deal from Paris 2015: Convergence and contestations on the future climate mitigation agenda, South African Journal of International Affairs, 23:3, 323-346, DOI: 10.1080/10220461.2016.1252281.
  • Mhlanga-Ndlovu, B.F.N and Nhamo, G. (2016). Farmer perceptions of climate change impacts on Swaziland’s sugar industry, African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 8:5-6, 429-438, DOI: 10.1080/20421338.2016.1219503.
  • Machete, F., Hongoro, C, Nhamo, G and Mearns, C. (2016). The Use of Environmental Accounting to Determine Energy Saving in Mpumalanga Hotels, South Africa, Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management 4(4) (2016) 413-422.
  • Nhamo, G. and Nhamo, S. (2016). Paris (COP 21) Agreement: Loss and Damage, Adaptation and Climate Finance issues. International Journal of African Renaissance Studies (IJARS), Vol. 1(1), Forthcoming - http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/18186874.2016.1212479.
  • Mukonza, C. and Nhamo, G. (2016). Trade implications of grid emission factors under climate change and green economy: Comparative study of African and Asian continents. Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences | JEF | April 2016 9(1), pp. 13-28.
  • Mukonza, C. and Nhamo, G. (2016). Institutional and regulatory framework for biodiesel production: International perspectives and lessons for South Africa. Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development. 8:1, 1-11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/20421338.2015.1097233
  • Gwimbi, P. and Nhamo, G. (2016). Effectiveness of Environmental Impact Assessment follow-up as a tool for environmental management: lessons and insights from platinum mines along the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe. Environmental Earth Sciences. 75:561-578.
  • Aleke, B.I. and Nhamo, G. (2016). Information and communication technology and climate change adaptation: Evidence from selected mining companies in South Africa, Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 8(3), http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/jamba.v8i3.250
  • Kupika, O.L. & Nhamo, G., (2016), Mainstreaming biodiversity and wildlife management into climate change policy frameworks in selected east and southern African countries, Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 8(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/jamba.v8i3.254.
  • Nhamo, G. and Mukonza, C (2016). Policy, Institutional and Programme Readiness for Solar Energy Uptake in South Africa, Africa Insight - Special Issue on Renewable Energy Transition under Climate Change and Green Growth in Africa. Vol 45(4): 69-90.
  • Fannie Machete, Godwell Nhamo and Isaac Rampedi (2016). The Association between Energy Saving and Guest Comfort in Selected Guesthouses in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa, Africa Insight - Special Issue on Renewable Energy Transition under Climate Change and Green Growth in Africa. Vol 45(4): 195-208.
  • Gwimbi, P. and Nhamo, G. (2016). Translating mitigation measures proposed in environmental impact statements into planning conditions: Promises and practices by multinational platinum mining firms along the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe. Environmental Science & Policy. Vol. 57, 10-21.
  • Gwimbi, P. and Nhamo, G. (2016). Benchmarking the effectiveness of mitigation measures to the quality of environmental impact statements: lessons and insights from mines along the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe. Environment, Development and Sustainability. Vol. 18, 527-546.
  • Sango, I. and Nhamo, G. (2015). An Evaluation of Climate Change Impacts on Livelihoods of Peasants in Makonde Communal Lands in Zimbabwe. Africa Insight. Vol. 44(4). 90-105.
  • Machete, F. Hongoro. C, Nhamo, G. and Mearns, K. (2015). Influence of energy saving on the quality of lighting services on selected hotels in Mpumalanga, Republic of South Africa African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development.7:4, 301-305, DOI: 10.1080/20421338.2015.1082369.
  • Sango, I. and Nhamo, G. (2015). An Investigation into the Household Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in Makonde Communal Lands of Zimbabwe. Journal of Human Ecology, 52(1,2): 116-130.
  • Owusu Agyepong, A. and Nhamo, G. (2015). An assessment of green procurement practices in South African metropolitan municipalities. Journal of Public Administration (Special Issue on Green Economy and Local Government). Vol 50 (1): 50-69.
  • Mutisi, L. and Nhamo, G. (2015). Blue in the green economy: Land use change and wetland shrinkage in Belvedere North and Epworth localities, Zimbabwe. Journal of Public Administration (Special Issue on Green Economy and Local Government). Vol 50 (1): 108-124.
  • Sango, I. and Nhamo, G. (2015). Climate change trends and environmental impacts in the Makonde Communal Lands, Zimbabwe. South African Journal of Science. Vol. 111(7/8): 2014-0266.
  • Gwimbi, P. and Nhamo, G. (2015). Benchmarking the effectiveness of mitigation measures to the quality of environmental impact statements: lessons and insights from mines along the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe. Environment, Development and Sustainability. Available online at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10668-015-9663-9#.
  • Nhamo, G. (2014). From sustainable development through green growth to sustainable development plus, International Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Vol. 9:2, 20-38. Also available online at To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/18186874.2014.987953.
  • Mudombi, S. and Nhamo, G. (2014). Access to Weather Forecasting and Early Warning Information by Communal Farmers in Seke and Murewa Districts, Zimbabwe. Journal of Human Ecology, 48(3): 357-366.
  • Nhamo, G. (2014). Addressing women in climate change policies: A focus on selected east and southern African countries, Agenda: Empowering women for gender equity (Special Issue on Gender and Climate Change). Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10130950.2014.946734.
  • Nhamo, G. (2014). Reviewing Some Implications of the Green Economy for Higher and Further Education Institutions. Southern African Journal of Environmental Education, Vol. 30: 79-96.
  • Nhamo, G. and Mjimba, V. (2014). Biting the hand that feeds you: Green growth and electricity revenues in South African metropolitans. Public and Municipal Finance, Volume 3, Issue 1: 20-31.
  • Nyambura, B. and Nhamo, G. (2014). An Investigation into Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism as Kenya’s Green Economy Transition Mechanism. Africa Insight. Available online at http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ai/article/view/107750.
  • Chavalala, B. and Nhamo, G. (2014). Clean and energy efficient technology as green economy transition mechanism in South African gold mining: case of Kusasalethu. Environmental Economics, Volume 5, Issue 1: 74-83.
  • Mudombi, S., Nhamo, G. and Muchie, M. (2014). Socio-Economic Determinants of Climate Change Awareness among Communal Farmers in Two Districts of Zimbabwe. Africa Insight. Vol 44(2): 1-15.
  • 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.
  • Nhamo, S. and Nhamo, G. (2014). Mainstreaming green economy into sustainable development policy frameworks in SADC. Environmental Economics, Volume 5, Issue 2: 55-65.
  • Nyambura, B. and Nhamo, G. (2014). CDM projects and their impact on sustainable development: a case study from Kenya. Environmental Economics, Volume 5, Issue 1: 6-15.
  • Nhamo, S. and Nhamo, G. (2014). Assessing progress in implementing UN PRME: International perspectives and lessons from South Africa. Problems and Perspectives in Management, Volume 12, Issue 1: 95-108.
  • Nhamo, G. (2013). Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and green economy transition: Feasibility assessment for African higher education. Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Vol. 11, Nos 1&2, 2013, pp. 103–121.
  • Nhamo, G. (2013). Community engagement praxis at Unisa, Progresso 35(2) pp.101-132.
  • Nhamo, G. (2013). Green economy readiness in South Africa: A focus on the national sphere of government. International Journal of African Renaissance. Vol. 8(1) pp. 115-142.
  • Bimha, A. and Nhamo, G. (2013). Conceptual framework for carbon footprinting in the South African banking sector. Banks and Bank Systems, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2013.pp.19-33.
  • Nhamo, G. and Swart, R. (2012). A scholarly framework for measuring business responsibility to climate change in South Africa. Issues in Social and environmental Accounting. Vol. 6.No1/2 pp.50-71.
  • Nhamo, G. (2012). Participatory Action Research as Platform for Community Engagement in Higher Education. Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Vol. 10 (1), pp. 1-20.
  • Nhamo, G. (2011). South Africa in climate change negotiations: Challenges to and from Copenhagen via Cancun to Durban. International Journal of African Renaissance. Vol. 6(2) pp. 1-31.
  • Nhamo, G. (2011). REDD(+) and the Global Climate Negotiating Regimes: Challenges and Opportunities for Africa. South African Journal of International Affairs. Vol. 18 (3). Pp.385-405.
  • Nhamo, G. (2011). Copenhagen 18/12: Africa must continue calling for a fair, ambitious and binding climate deal. African and Asian Studies. Vol. 2-3. pp. 100-120.
  • Nhamo, G. (2010). Dawn of a new climate order: Reading between the USA-India-China partnerships. Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. Vol. 37 (2-3). pp. 351-374.
  • Nhamo, G. (2009). Co-leadership in climate change: An agenda for 2013 and beyond. Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. Vol. 36 (3). pp. 461-478.
  • Nhamo, G. (2009). Climate Change: Double Edged Sword for African Trade and Development. International Journal of African Renaissance Vol. 4 (2). pp. 117-139
  • Nhamo, G. (2008). Regulating plastics waste, stakeholder engagement and sustainability challenges in South Africa. Urban Forum. Volume 19 (1). 83-101. Also available online on: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12132-008-9022-0
  • Nhamo, G. (2008).  Book Review on Governance for Sustainable Development by G. Ayre and Callway R. Southern African Geographical Journal. (2) pp. 172-173.
  • Nhamo, G. (2007).Environmental law and policy reform surrounding packaging waste management in South Africa. South African Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. 14 (2) pp. 135-157
  • Nhamo, G. (2006). Actor/actant-network theory as emerging methodology for environmental policy research in southern Africa. Southern Africa Journal of Environmental Education. (23) pp. 34-47.
  • Nhamo, S. & Nhamo, G. (2006). Macroeconomics, (adult) education and poverty eradication in southern Africa. International Review of Education, 52 (3-4) pp. 311-1329.
  • Nhamo, G. (2003). Institutional and Legal Provisions for Environmental Management in Zimbabwe. African Journal of Environmental Assessment and Management. (7) pp.14-20.
  • Nhamo, G. (2003). Understanding South Africa’s Waste Management Policy Implementation: Emerging Stakeholder Participation Paradoxes. Southern Africa Journal of Environmental Education. (20) pp. 37-50.
  • Nhamo, G. (2003). Book Review on Understanding Environmental Policy Processes: Cases from Africa by James Keeley and Ian Scoones. Southern Africa Journal of Environmental Education. (20) pp. 152-155.
  • Nhamo, G. (1999). Strategic Management of the Zambezi River Basin for Conflict Prevention in the SADC Region.  Solusi University Research Journal (2) (1) pp.11-16.
  • Nhamo, G. (1999). A Comparative Study on Domestic Water Supply and Sanitation in Mutare Rural District of Zimbabwe. Solusi University Research Journal (1) (1). pp. 4-8.

Professional positions, fellowships & awards

  • 2019: Unisa Chair of Council Award of Excellence in Community Service
  • 2018: Unisa Chancellor's prize for Excellence in Research
  • 2018: SADC South Region Winner and Losing Finalist for African Continent in the Category of Education - Pan African Awards: Titans Building Nations run by CEO Global.
  • 2018: National (SA) Winner in the Category of Education - Pan African Awards: Titans Building Nations run by CEO Global.
  • 2017: Recipient of the Prestigious Old Rhodian Awards from Rhodes University. The Award Honours Old Rhodians who, through their individual actions and achievements, have enhanced the reputation of the university and become role models and leaders in society.
  • 2017: South Africa’s National Research Foundation (NRF) C3 rated researcher in the fields of Green Economy, Climate Change Governance and Sustainable Development.
  • 2017: CEMS Award for Academic with research of high quality and impact.
  • 2016: Appointed IPCC Expert for the Scoping of the Special Report on the Impacts of global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways.
  • 2016: Three years appointment as one of the 5 members of the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Due Process Oversight Committee (DPOC) that ensures that the standard-setting activities of the GRI Global sustainability Standards Brad follow due process.
  • 2015: Conference Chair for the Inaugural 1st International Conference on Innovation for Sustainability under Climate Change and Green Growth/Economy organised by Unisa at Birchwood Hotel from 26-28 May 2015, Boksburg, South Africa. 
  • 2015: Appointed to the South African National Research Foundation (NRF) Green Economy Postdoctoral Fellowships Review Panel.
  • 2015: Appointed to the South African National Research Foundation (NRF) Foundation Biodiversity Information Programme Review Panel (with specialisation in green economy and climate change focus proposals).
  • 2015: Appointed Senate representative on the University of South Africa Institutional Forum (to 2018).
  • 2014: Appointed member of the SARUA (Southern African Regional Universities Association) Curriculum Innovation Working Group (CIWG) as well as being its Inaugural Revolving Chair. The CIWG is overseeing the development of a Climate Change and Sustainable Development Master’s Programme Courseware. 
  • 2014: Appointment to the South African National Research Foundation (NRF) Competitive Programme for Rated Researchers: Knowledge Fields Development Review Panel (with specialisation in green economy and climate change focus proposals).
  • 2013: Appointment Member of the Panel of Experts for South Africa’s Gauteng Innovation Hub’s Climate Innovation Centre (CIC). (South Africa).
  • 2013: Appointed member of University of South Africa Senate (to date) based on Full Professor status.
  • 2013: Appointed Member of the Project Steering Committee (PSC) for the “Strengthening Policy Advocacy and Research Capacity for Enhanced Food Security in East and Southern Africa” Project for the NGO Food Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) (South Africa).
  • 2013: Appointed Expert Reviewer for the Africa Adaptation Gap Report/Project by UNEP (Nairobi).
  • 2013: Appointed Judge for the 2013 Gauteng Accelerator Programme (GAP) Green Innovation Competition by The Innovation Hub (South Africa).
  • 2013: Appointed Expert Reviewer for the Green Growth Best Practice (GGBP) project (http://ggbp.org/) (United Kingdom).
  • 2013: Appointed to a Human and Social Research Council (HSRC) City Support Programme (CSP) Think Tank to 2015.
  • 2012: SANAS Technical Assessor for ISO 14065:2007 – Greenhouse gases (Requirements for GHG validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation or other forms of recognition).
  • 2012: Inaugural Judge and Chair of Judging Panel for the Dictum Green Heart Award (Sits once annually)
  • 2012: Member of the Exxaro Resources Limited Sustainability Advisory Board (Meets quarterly).
  • 2012: Member of the Exxaro Business and Biodiversity Programme Advisory Board hosted by the University of Pretoria (Meets twice a year).
  • 2012: Member of the Institute of Waste Management Southern Africa (Meets quarterly)
  • 2011: Member of the International Jury for the United Nations SEED Award (Once off annual sitting).
  • 2010: Member of the National Business Initiative Climate Change Advisory Committee (Quarterly meetings).
  • 2009: Chair and member of the Exxaro Chair in Business and Climate Change Advisory Board at the University of South Africa (Meets twice annually)

Projects

  • Biogas Technology Scaling up
  • SDGs for Society
  • Climate Change Negotiation and Research
  • Death of the Global Green Economy Narrative

Other

Graduated PhDs

  •  2018: Dr Kaitano Dube. Tourism and climate change: An investigation of the two-way linkages for the Victoria Falls resort, Zimbabwe. Unisa, South Africa.
  • 2017: Dr Olga Laiza Kupika. Climate Change and Biosphere Reserves: Implications on local livelihoods and wildlife conservation in the Middle Zambezi Biosphere Reserve of Zimbabwe. Chinhoyi University of Technology, Zimbabwe.
  • 2016: Dr Bongani Chavalala. An Assessment of South Africa’s Coal Mining Sector Response to Climate Change Adaption Demands. Unisa, South Africa.
  • 2015: Dr Nicollete Mhlanga. An assessment of the vulnerability and adaptive capacity of Swaziland’s sugar industry to climate change. Unisa, South Africa.
  • 2015: Dr Patrick Gwimbi. Evaluation of the effectiveness of EIAs in mitigating impacts of mining projects along the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe. Unisa, South Africa.
  • 2015: Dr Adelaide Owusu Agyepong. An assessment of green procurement practices in South African metropolitan municipalities. Unisa, South Africa.
  • 2015: Dr Fannie Machete. Assessment of energy efficiency at selected guest houses in the Mpumalanga province. Unisa, South Africa.
  • 2014: Dr Ishmael Sango. An Investigation of Peasant Livelihood and Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities in Makonde District, Zimbabwe. Unisa, South Africa.
  • 2014: Dr Shakespear Mudombi. Analyzing the contribution of ICTs in addressing climate change amongst communal farmers from two districts of Zimbabwe. Unisa, South Africa.

Graduated Masters

  • 2017: Mr Peace Matangira. Investigating Climate Change Intervention Strategies in Opencast Mining Contracting and Plant Hire Companies: A Case Of Mutual Construction Company Group Of Companies, South Africa. Unisa.
  • 2015: Mr Luke Mutisi. An investigation into the contribution of housing developments to wetland degradation within the city of Harare, Zimbabwe. Unisa.
  • 2014: Mr Bongani Chavalala. An assessment of South Africa’s coal mining sector response to climate change adaptation demands. Unisa.
  • 2013: Mr Happson Tshuma. Strategies for green procurement: an analysis of risks and opportunities  challenge for South African firms. Unisa.
  • 2013: Ms Brenda Nyambura. Impact of CDM on Kenya’s Transition to a Green Economy in the Context of Sustainable Development. Lund University/trapca.
  • 2009: Mr T.I. Malatji. Socio-Economic Impacts of the Land Redistribution for Agricultural Development Programme in Molemole Municipality, Limpopo Province. University of Limpopo.
  • 2013: Dr Muriel Chinoda. A behavioural multi-criteria decision making framework for corporate climate change response. Unisa, South Africa.

Hosted postdoctoral fellows

  • 2017: Dr Bongiwe Mcata (South Africa)
  • 2016: Dr Wondye Admasu Molla (Ethiopia)
  • 2016: Dr Shepherd Muchuru (Zimbabwe)
  • 2015: Ms Olga Kupika (Zimbabwe)
  • 2015: Dr Keletso Mopipi (Botswana)
  • 2015: Dr Bartholomew Aleke (Nigerian)
  • 2015: Dr Chipo Mukonza (Zimbabwean)
  • 2015: Dr Zelda Elum (Nigerian)
  • 2015: Dr Moipone Letsie (Lesotho)
  • 2013 to date: Dr Vuyo Mjimba (Zimbabwean)
  • 2010: Dr Muchaiteyi Togo (Zimbabwean)