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Limpho Moteuli Ndleleni

Argelander Scholarship Holder

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Profile

Limpho Moteuli Ndleleni is a Ph.D. candidate with Wits Business School (WBS) school of the University of Witwatersrand, Republic of South Africa (RSA), rethinking the secondary role of the military and CSI in the least developing countries. She holds an MBA from the same school (WBA), and her research focused on the military as an economic actor, with the case unit of Lesotho. She was awarded a BCom Entrepreneurship by the University of Lesotho (NUL) in 2015. Ms. Moteuli Ndleleni’s research focuses on non-traditional security challenges faced by the least developing countries in Africa, by exploring the integration of the military in the fight against human social insecurities. She argues that the military must maintain its relevance in the modern world where traditional security has subsided.

Research Interest

Military as both economic and social changer in an African context | Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) | Military and Human security

Selected Research Projects

Military in non-traditional security duties

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