People involved

Teboho Mosuoe is a Doctorate student in the Department of Sociology at Rhodes University. Her research interests are mainly in the areas of social development and social policy.

Mathe is currently reading towards a PhD degree at Rhodes University. Her research interests lie in the broad areas of ICT4D, Indigenous Knowledge Management and Education. She firmly believes that use of indigenous knowledge in formal education has the potential to enhance learning and root pupils in traditions and environments that may be relevant for them.

Sikhumbuzo Ngwenya is a lecturer within the Department of Computer Science at the University of Fort Hare. He obtained a Master of Science degree in Computer Science in 2011 from the University of Fort Hare. He is currently working on his PhD research, entitled A critical evaluation of SOA modernization techniques for legacy eServices at the same institution, with a view to complete in 2013.

His research interests are on the development of eService applications to enhance Rural Communities Development through ICT4D initiatives.

Mr Shakes Scott is currently the Head of Computer Science at the University of Fort Hare, where is also undertaking his Doctorate degree. He supervises postgraduate students involved in the Siyakhula Living Lab.

His research interest include ICTD, networking and eServices development.

Mr Zelalem Shibeshi is currently a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Fort Hare, where he also supervises postgraduate students involved in the Siyakhula Living Lab project.

His research interests include Multimedia systems, IP telephony, Information Retrieval and Natural Language Processing.

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