Professor Adele Moodly



Qualifications:  BA (Rhodes), HDE (Rhodes), B.Ed (UNISA), M.Ed (UNISA), MBA (Business School –Netherlands), D.Ed (UNISA)

Position:  Deputy Dean

Phone number: +27 (0)43 704 7229



Research Interests: Gender Equity and Higher Education Management, Higher Education, Quality in Higher Education


Publications (last five years): 


  • Abongdia, JA, Pylman, J, Moodly, A and Mdaka, V.  2016.  Policy implications for teaching practice in South Africa, In: Learn to teach: A handbook for Teaching Practice.  ISBN 9780190411794. Oxford University Press: South Africa

  • Moodly, A and Toni, N. 2015. Women’s access towards Higher Education leadership:  Where are the role models? – Journal of Social Sciences, 45(1): 45-52

  • Moodly, A.  2015 Gender Equity in South African Higher Education Leadership: Where are we Twenty Years after Democracy?  Journal of Social Sciences

  • Moodly, A and Adu, E.O.  2014.  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and Quality Teaching and Learning Outcomes.  Journal of Communication – 5(2): 197-202 (2014)
  • Moodly, A.  2014.   An international perspective of Quality Assurance in Higher Education:  Building the Foundation.  Proceedings from Walter Sisulu University’s Fifth International Conference.  ISBN 978-0620-554-206 pp: 817-830
  • Moodly,A.,  Batschari, A. and Fish, K. 2012.  Capacitating community newspapers:  Effective English Language techniques in the training of Journalism students at Walter Sisulu University – South Africa.  2012 – July (Greece at ATINER English International Conference). ISSN 2241 2891 pp: 6-16
  • Moodly, A.  2012.  Does quality assurance matter? Perspectives of academic staff in higher education: South Africa and Saudi Arabia.  ICER International Conference, Spain, November  - published conference proceeding - ISBN 978-84-616-0763 pp:5075-5083
  • Moodly, A.  2012.  Does Educational Technology always promote teaching and learning?  Reflecting on the on-line capturing of Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) assessments as a requirement of quality assurance in Higher Education. INTED Conference, July Spain. – published conference proceeding- ISBN 978-84-695-3491-5  pp4133 - 4139
  • Moodly, A, Batschari, A and van der Spuy, A.  2010:  Strengthening local democracy through community media: A corporate social responsibility initiative through projects within the Media Studies Department at Walter Sisulu University (WSU) – South Africa 2010 – May (Greece at ATINER Media International Conference) – published as a chapter in a book ISBN 978-960-6672-96-8 pp 383-398.
  •   Moodly, A.  2010 Developing a gender policy for community radio stations: a study based on communities in Namibia. Walter Sisulu University. Third International Conference.  Mthatha 2010.  – published conference proceeding  ISBN 978-0-620-48913-3 pp: 332-344