Full name:        Dr Bumani Solomon Manganye

Designation:     Lecturer

Qualifications:  Bcur (Hons), (Univen), MPH (Master of Public Health) (Univen), PG Dip DHSM- Executive Leadership (University of Pretoria), PhD in Public Health (UNIVEN)

Phone:

Email address: bumani.manganye@univen.ac.za

Office No: Office 03(Building 230)-Faculty of Health Sciences

 Biodata

Dr. Manganye Bumani Solomon is a Lecturer in the Department of Public Health. He has worked for over five years in the higher education sector. He specializes in mental health and occupational and environmental health and has published extensively in peer-reviewed and accredited journals. Among his recent publications are:

1) Mazibuko, N., Shilubane, H., & Manganye, S. (2020). Caring for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder: caregivers’ experiences. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 22(2), 14 pages-14 pages. https://doi.org/10.25159/2520-5293/6192

2) Base, K. L., Njabulo, N. W., Elizabeth, T. S., Pfungwa, M., Janet, R. N., Manganye, B. S., & Nthomeni, N. (2020). Survey on prevalence of cataracts in selected communities in Limpopo Province of South Africa. Scientific African, e00352

3) Khoza, L. B., Nunu, W. N., Ndou, N., Makgopa, J., Ramakuela, N., Manganye, B. S., . . . Murwira, T. S. (2019). Barriers related to the uptake of cataract surgery and care in Limpopo province, South Africa: Professional Ophthalmic Service Providers’ perspective. He has co-supervised Masters and taught honors students.