Mr Mwitwa Chilufya
Mr Chilufya’s career in academia spans a period of 17 years. He has taught numerous land surveying modules and has been an invitee as a resource person in teaching and curriculum development.

He is a three time recipient of the UKZN Programme of Land Surveying excellence in Teaching Award while his current research interests are in Applied Remote Sensing, an area where he is undertaking his on-going PhD research.

Quote:   "Education is key to ignorance. The more your get educated, the more you realize you know nothing".
 Position:   Lecturer & Programme Co-ordinator
Qualifications:   MSc GIS (Cadastral Applications)
BEng (Land surveying)
Discipline:   Land Surveying
Campus:   Howard College
Telephone:   031 260 2451
Research interests:   Applied Remote Sensing
Geoinformation Systems
Land Tenure
Publications:   Chilufya M, Akombelwa M & D Stretch, 2014; Identification of Optimal Field Spectral Measurements Wavebands for Discriminating among Spatial Features in support of Mapping Using Hyper-spectral Imagery in Proceedings of the AfricaGEO 2014, Cape Town, South.

Reddy K, Akombelwa M & M Chilufya, 2014; A Seamless Land to Sea Cadastre: A South African perspective in Proceedings of the AfricaGEO 2014, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Dlamini S, Akombelwa M & M Chilufya, 2014; Exploring Spatial Growth Pattern of Settlements in Customary Land – A study of Adams Rural, KwaZulu-Natal in Proceedings of the AfricaGEO 2014, Cape Town, South Africa.

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