Nheo Fumba

Nheo Fumba is a recent graduate who holds an Honours degree in Political & International Studies from Rhodes University and a Master’s Degree in Political Science (UWC). She has a special interest in evaluation and applied research as well as monitoring and evaluation, social policy and socio-economic development programs. She has worked as a research intern at the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office (2020) and the Parliamentary Monitoring Group (2022). Nheo has contributed to the field of research by being a co-author and lead author of the following articles:

  • Parliament and Climate Change in South Africa (November 2022)
  • Intra-race identity formation in democratic South Africa: An investigation of the “coconut” (March 2022)
  • Education Digest: The COVID-19 Lockdown and Tertiary Education (April 2020)
  • Education Digest: Student Organizations on the COVID-19 Lockdown (May 2020)
  • Education Digest: Reopening Schools During the Pandemic (June 2020)
  • Special report in SAIIA on “African States in the UN Human Rights Council in 2017” co-author with Dr Eduard Jordaan on Togo (August 2019)