Noluntu Stella Dyubhele

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Dr
Noluntu Stella Dyubhele
  Position:
Lecturer
  Department:
Economics
  Office:
0121
  Location:
Missionvale Campus
  Phone:
27 41 504 1141
  Fax:
0866416170
  Email:
NoluntuStella.Dyubhele@nmmu.ac.za
  Qualifications:
DCom (NMMU)
  Expertise:
Economics – education and training, Regional development, Sport management
  Created:
28/06/2012
  Gender:
Female
  Date of birth:
N/A

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Noluntu Dyubhele has had a fair bit to contend with not only during her young life as a rural girl but also as a widow and a mother of three daughters, and guardian to a niece. At present, she is a doctoral student and lecturer in the Department of Economics at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU). She specialises in teaching of Economics, microeconomics, rural & urban development, and tourism. She completed her graduate & postgraduate work at Rhodes, Unisa, Vista and Molde College in Norway. She is the main author of the text, Isigama sezoqoqosho: Economic terms made simple and clear, recipient of the prestigious award for her student leadership role, commendable service, faculty teaching and learning committee, extended diploma, SANPAD and PUHLISA programmes. She is a netball administrator, coach, umpire, technical official. Currently, she is the President of Netball in the Nelson Mandela Bay. She has received numerous sport awards such as Honours at NMMU, service excellence, awards for excellence in netball from Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay and MEC of sport –EC during 2008/9. She has conducted poverty and language related research and presented at numerous conferences both locally and internationally such as in the G8 infrastructure conference.




 

29 June 2012 10:52

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