Staff Profiles


DVC Teaching and Learning: Professor Sandile Phinda Songca

Professor Sandile Phinda Songca provides strategic leadership on Teaching and Learning, developing University Teaching and Learning policies and monitoring their consistent University wide implementation. He recently served at the University of Zululand (UNIZULU) as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Teaching and Learning. - read more



Director of Teaching and Learning: Professor Rubby Dhunpath

Rubby Dhunpath is a Professor of higher education and Director of Teaching & Learning at UKZN). He is also Director of UKZN Technology Enhanced Learning (UTEL). He holds a PhD in Education; MEd (Cum Lade); BEd (Hons); BA (Arts); UDE and a TESOL (Cum Laude) qualification from Cambridge University. - read more


PA to the DVC: Miss Corlia Ogle 

Ms Corlia Ogle
 graduated with her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Durban-Westville. She has worked in the Convocation Office of Public Affairs and Corporate Communications (now Corporate Relations) and later the Alumni Affairs Office as an Alumni Affairs Co-ordinator. - read more


Principal Accountant: Ms Christinah Mulaudzi 

Ms Christinah Mulaudzi
 is the Principal Accountant to the office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Teaching and Learning. She graduated with a BCom Accounting degree from Midrand Graduate Institute in 2012. - read more



Technology Support Practitioner: Mr Abdulbaqi Badru

Mr Abdulbaqi Badru
graduated with his Bachelor of science from Lagos State University; honours BCOM and Master MCOM Cum Laude in information systems and technology degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. - read more



 Event Coordinator: Mrs Silindile Mchunu

Mrs Silindile Mchunu is an Administrative  Officer in the office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning. She graduated with a BA in Health science and social Services majoring in Psychology from the University of South Africa in 2011. - read more


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