Dr. ZamamboMkhize is a lecturer in Gender Studies in the School of African and Gender Studies, Anthropology and Linguistics at the University of Cape Town. Zamambo Mkhize got her undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University on a full tennis scholarship where she graduated with a degree in criminal justice. She then got her Honours in Criminology and Masters in Gender Studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Zamambo Mkhize did part of her PhD in Pennsylvania as a Fulbright Scholar. Zamambo Mkhize then did her Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity where she focused on black women in the academy as well as in high stakes disciplines such as; Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Zamambo Mkhize’s research focus has been on modern polygyny, culture, family, Zulu culture and African Feminism.
The African Gender Institute/ Gender Studies section
Harry Oppenheimer Institute Building
Level 2 & 4
University of Cape Town