Department of Electrical and Mining Engineering

Mr TS Hlalele

College of Science, Engineering and Technology
School of Engineering
Department: Electrical and Mining Engineering
Tel: 011 471 2099


  • MTech (Elec Eng), BTech (Elec Eng) CUT Free State

Fields of academic interests

Research Interests

  • Power Quality
  • Renewable Energy Systems
  • Smart Power Grids

Field of Specialisation

  • Electrical Engineering


Selected Publications

  • T.S Hlalele "An approach to integrate skills development in an open distance learning (ODL) environment" SASEE proceedings 4-5 June 2015, ISBN: 978-0-620-64763-2
  • T.S. Hlalele "Real Time Monitoring of High voltage Transmission Line Conductor Sag Using RFID radar system" SAUPEC Proceedings 28 -30 January 2015, ISBN 978-0-86970-786-9, pp 1 -6
  • T.S Hlalele & S Du "Application of a Radio Frequency Identification Technology on High voltage Transmission Line for conductor sag measurement" International Journal of Electrical, Computer, Electronics and communication Engineering, Vol:7 No:7, 2013, pp 441 -445
  • T.S. Hlalele & S Du " Real Time Monitoring of High Voltage Transmission line Conductor Sag: The State-of-the Art" International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, ISSN: 2249-89, Volume-3, Issue-1, October 2013, pp 297 -302

Journal articles

Professional positions, fellowships & awards

Professional Affiliation:

Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) Pr.TechEng
Institute of Certificated Mechanical and Electrical Engineers South Africa (ICMEESA) Member


Short Biography

Mr. TS Hlalele is a lecturer in the department of Electrical & Mining Engineering, College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET), University of South Africa (UNISA). Prior to this he worked at Central University of Technology (CUT) in the school of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering as an Assistant lecturer, worked at Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHDA) based at ‘Muela Hydro-power Station as an Electrical Technician. Also experienced in design and construction of LV/MV distribution networks.