Staff Profile

/Ms Nomagugu Ndlovu

Ms Nomagugu Ndlovu

Lecturer                     


Qualifications:                     

  • PDip Tertiary Education (MSU)
  • MSc Food Science and Nutrition (MSU)
  • BSc Food Science and Nutrition (MSU)

Research Interests:

  • Food Nutrition and Health

Publications:

  • Matiashe I, Usai T, Chinofunga D, Ndlovu, N (2013) Anassessment of the assessment of the nutritional status of independent elderly adults, 65 years and above in Gweru, Zimbabwe, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology and Science, Vol 1(5)
  • Tshalibe R.S, Ndlovu N,Usai T.,Makamure C.,Chinofunga D., Mutonhodza, B., and. Kawadza S.T.,  Overweight and Obesity Categories of Residents in A Local Urban Area. Journal of Environmental Science, 2014: Toxicology and Food Technology, 8( 2)  , 77-81

Published Abstracts:

  • Ndlovu, N., Pitts, N., Erlwanger, K H., and Chivandi, E., (2016). Dietary supplementation with Hibiscus sabdariffa calyces meal: effects on lipid and protein quality of Japanese broiler quail.
  • Ndlovu, N., Erlwanger, K H., and Chivandi, E., (2016) Effects of dietary supplementation with Hibiscus sabdariffacalyces meal in meat quality of Japanese male broiler quail.
  • Ndlovu, N., Pitts, N., Erlwanger, K H., and Chivandi, E., (2015). Effects of dietary supplementation with Hibiscus sabdariffa calyces meal on lipid and protein content of Japanese broiler quail.

Workshops /Conferences:  

  • 7th Cross Faculty Symposium, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1-2 March 2016
  • 43rd Physiology Society of Southern Africa Conference, Parys, South Africa Wits Faculty of Health Science Teaching and learning Symposium, October 2015

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