Mr Mashudu Peter Makhado is a Part-Time Lecturer in the MER Mathivha School of Langauges, Arts and Culture. He has worked for over 4 years in the higher education sector. He is a researcher whose interest is in the fields of Translation, Intercultural Communication, Lexicography and Interpretation. Mr Makhado is a skilled Language Practitioner, with qualifications from the University of Limpopo (BA.Education),University of South Africa (Communication), University of Stellenbosch (BA.Hons: African Languages) and University of the Free State (MA. Language Practice). He is currently pursuing Doctoral studies in African Languages, specializing in Lexicography, at the University of Venda. His involvement in publications started in 2020 when he contributed a chapter to a book authored by Professor Mavhungu Abel Mafukata from the Department of Development Studies, University of South Africa. The book, published by IGI, is titled The Impact of Immigration and Xenophobia on Development in Africa, and the chapter contributed by Mashudu Peter Makhado is titled “ How apartheid education encouraged and reinforced tribalism and xenophobia in South Africa: An analysis of selected vernacular literature” . He is currently involved in the writing of another paper, teaching rural children under the covid, with specific attention on the technologically untrained rural teacher.

Department: Department of African Languages
Designation: Part-Time Lecturer