Suveshnee Munien

Dr. Suveshnee Munien Lecturer 031 260 7653 PhD Geography Westville Campus Been exposed to various aspects of both human and physical geography throughout my academic career, my research interests are influenced by the study of people and their interactions, impacts and uses of the natural environment. This motivated my appreciation for the various methodologies

Tim Foggin

Mr. Tim Foggin Human Geography Lecturer 033 260 5273 B. Soc. Sci. (Hons) Geography Pietermaritzburg campus Tim Foggin is a pro poor tourism development specialist for the southern and east African region his core competencies have been in poverty reduction strategies related to community based and coastal based tourism. Prior to academia he was

Urmilla Bob

Prof. Urmilla Bob Professor 031 260 7656 BPaed (UDW), HBA (UNISA), MA (West Virginia University) Evironmental Sciences Westville Campus Urmilla Bob is a professor in school of  agriculture, earth and environmental studies. Research interests Tourism, Events Tourism Gender Rural Development and Livelihoods Climate change and environmental Conflict  Research profiles ResearchGate ORCID Scopus

Romano Lottering

Dr. Absalom El-Shamir Ezugwu Senior Lecturer 033 260 5877 BSc (Environmental Science), BSc Hons (Environmental Science), MSc with Distinction (Applied Environmental Science), Ph.D. (Environmental Science) Environmental Science Pietermaritzburg campus Currently a senior lecturer at the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Romano Lottering has been employed at the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Pietermaritzburg campus

Adrian Nel

Dr. Adrian Nel Senior Lecturer 033 260 6377 BEcon Hons(Rhodes), PhD (Otago) Geography Pietermaritzburg campus Dr Nel is a human geographer, and was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Geography at the University of Kwazulu-Natal in June of 2015. Prior to this he held a Visiting Scholar position with the Institute

John Odindi

Dr. John Odindi Lecturer 031 260 5539 B.Envi.St(Hons) , BSc (Hons), MPhil, PhD Environmental Science Pietermaritzburg campus John Odindi is lecturer in the school of agriculture, earth and environmental studies Research interests Land use land cover mapping Vegetation remote sensing Remote sensing of urban landscapes and climate change Environmental managemen

Dayle Trotter

Mrs. Dayle Trotter Lecturer 033 260 5089 BSc (Geography & Zoology), BSc Hons (Geography), MSc with Distinction (Geography), Currently reading for my PhD Geography Pietermaritzburg campus Mrs Dayle Trotter is a Lecturer and supervisor of Physical Geography, environmental impact assessment and strategic environmental management, environmental governance, policy and legislation, local economic development

Sumaiya Desai

Dr. Sumaiya Amod Desai Researcher and Senior Lecturer 031 260 2955 B.Paed, MA, PhD Geography Westville Campus Dr Desai is a human geography lecturer who holds a MA and a PhD in geography.  She has supervised many honours,masters and PhD students within the field of urban and rural studies.  Research interests Rural topics  Food security and rural

Onisimo Mutanga

Prof. Onisimo Mutanga Professor and SARChI Chair in Landuse 033 260 5779 PhD, ITC – Wageningen University, MSc (Distinction), International Institute for Geo – Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) , BA Honours (Geography) Geography Pietermaritzburg campus Onisimo Mutanga is a full Professor and SARChI Chair on Land use Planning. He is an NRF B –

Serban Proches

Prof. Serban Proches Professor 031 260 1278 DiplBiol, MSc, PhD Geography Westville campus Professor Proches has authored over eighty publications, including one each in Nature and Science. He has conducted field work in southern Africa, Europe and Southeast Asia, looking at diverse organisms, including plants, arthropods and vertebrates. However, he also conducts desktop-based global biogeography studies. He