Mrs Nompumelelo Nzimande
Position Lecturer/Research Fellow (Demographer), and Academic Leader Population Studies.
Discipline Population Studies
Phone 031 260 3032
Email nzimanden@ukzn.ac.za
Campus Howard Colllege
Office Address A711 7th Floor, Denis Shepstone Building

Bio:

Community Activities:  

  1.  Population Association of Southern Africa (PASA). Nompu is President of the organization (2014)
  2. Applied Population Studies Training and Research. She is one of the facilitators on the APSTAR program in population studies for government officials. 

Teaching: Module/s: 

  •   Demographic Methods I
  •   Demographic Methods II
  •   Migration and Urbanisation

Research Interests:

  • Demography of Sub-Saharan Africa; Mortality and epidemiology; determinants and consequences of early childbearing, and family demography.
  • Mturi, A. et al. (2005) Understanding the changing family composition and structure in South Africa in the era of HIV/AIDS pandemic. Durban: School of Development Studies.

Publications

Book Chapters

  • Mturi, A., Xaba, T., Sekokotla, D. and Nzimande, N. (2006). Coping with illness and deaths in post-apartheid South Africa: family perspectives. In: Padayachee, V. (ed) The Development decade: Economic and social change in South Africa 1994-2004, Cape Town: HSRC Press, p. 327-348.

Articles

  • Mturi A, Nzimande N, Dungumaro E and Sekokotla D (2006)Household structures in contemporary South Africa. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, 20(1) 19-41.
  • Sekokotla, D. and Mturi, A. (2004) Effects of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on South African families. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, 18(2), p.189-211.

Monographs

  • Rogan, M. Lebani, L. and N. Nzimande (2009) Internal Migration and Poverty in KwaZulu-Natal: Findings from Censuses, Labour Force Surveys and Panel Data.
    SALDRU working paper No. 30.
  • Mturi, A. et al. (2005) Understanding the changing family composition and structure in South Africa in the era of HIV/AIDS pandemic. Durban: School of Development Studies.

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