Bridget Horner

Degrees Held Arch, B.BdgA, MSc. Research Interests The power of the subaltern, the potential of urban activation to raise awareness of community issues and the translation of meaning, memory and  future representations  through visual methods such as photography Teaching Interests Architectural theory, urban design, and physical construction (i.e. design and build) as a teaching tool.

Hangwelani Hope Magidimisha-Chipungu (Dr)

Degrees Held PhD in Town and Regional Planning Selected Publications Journal Articles Books Chapters in Books Technical Reports Journal Articles  Hardman, Michael, Chipungu, Lovemore, Magidimisha, Hangwelani, Larkham, Peter, Scott, Alister and Armitage, Richard (2017) Guerrilla gardening and green activism: Rethinking the informal urban growing movement. Landscape and Urban Planning. ISSN 0169-2046 Chipungu, L. Magidimisha, H.H. Hardman, M. and Beesley, L. (2015). ‘The importance of

Lawrence Ogunsanya

Bio Mr Lawrence Babatunde Ogunsanya is currently the academic leader and lecturer in the department of Architecture in the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He is also a qualified professional Architect, registered with the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP). He holds two Bachelor’s degrees (Honours and Advanced) in Architecture and a Master’s degree in

Yashaen Luckan

Degrees Held PhD: Architecture Master of Architecture Bachelor of Technology: Architecture  Research Interests Humanistic Urbanism Spatial Humanities Transformative Pedagogy Teaching Interests Theory Design Research Law Teaching Expertise Research-led Design: The development of Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks in research and towards place-responsive design. Ethical Professional Practice Humanistic Urbanism / Social Ethics in Design Selected Publications Journal

Vishnu Padayachee

Professor Vishnu Padayachee Position Emeritus Professor Discipline Phone 031 260 1439 Email Campus Howard College Office Address A716B 7th Floor, Denis Shepstone Building Qualification:  PhD (University of Natal, Durban) Bio Professor Vishnu Padayachee is a Distinguished Professor School of Economics and Business Sciences at the University of the Witwatersrand (with effect November, 2014). He

Nompumelelo Nzimande

Bio Ms Nzimande is Academic Co-ordinator for Population Studies and currently the President of the Population Studies Association of Southern Africa. Community Activities Population Association of Southern Africa (PASA). Nompu is President of the organization (2014) Applied Population Studies Training and Research. She is one of the facilitators on the APSTAR program in population studies for government officials. Teaching:

Kerry Vermaak

Degrees Held PhD (Public Health) Bio Kerry Vermaak has a background in research psychology and public health. She has previously worked as a researcher in the academic, private and NGO sectors. Research Interests Social determinants of health, Environment and health, Modifiable risk factors for non-communicable diseases (including life style risk factors), health seeking behaviour, Teaching

Shauna Mottiar

Bio Shauna Mottiar completed both her MA and PhD in Political Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Her broad area of interest is democratic consolidation / democratic deepening in South Africa. During her time at the Electoral Institute of Southern Africa she worked on electoral processes and outcomes in Southern Africa. While at the Centre for

Erofili Grapsa

Dr Erofili Grapsa Position Contract Research Staff Discipline Phone 031 260 1251 Email Campus Howard College Office Address A720 7th Floor, Denis Shepstone Building Bio Dr Erofili Grapsa has a strong background in Statistics and quantitative methods and previously worked at the Africa Centre of Health and Population Studies as an HIV epidemiologist. She

Daphne Ntlhe

Qualification MURP Teaching Housing Implementation and Management (HOUS302) Research Regional Development Interests Rural Development , Sustainable Human Settlement, Land Tenure, Housing Finance, Housing policy and Local Economic Development in Small and Medium Towns