Name: Ndzalama Cleopatra Mathebula
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About Ndzalama Cleopatra Mathebula
Ndzalama Cleopatra Mathebula is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations. She has research interests and publications in areas of energy and natural minerals, international political economy, political risk analysis, and African intellectualism.
Ndzalama holds a bachelor’s degree in Humanities and an Honours degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Johannesburg. Currently she pursues a master’s degree in Politics and International Relations. The Master’s research focuses on South Africa and the International Monetary Fund’s loan agreement, with the aim of examining and understanding the sovereign risk thereof. She teaches the International Law and previously served as a tutor in the department.
Ndzalama holds membership to the Institute of Risk Management South Africa and has participated in conferences, webinars, and TV interviews as a political commentator and panellist. She presented her research at the National Development Plan and State Capacity Conference hosted by the University of KwaZulu-Natal and the Department of Public Service and Administration. She has also appeared as a political commentator on issues surrounding the energy crisis, international law, and governance on SABC News and eNCA. She also serves as a reviewer for journals articles.
Modules: International Law 3rd year.