Prof Progress Hove-Sibanda, Visiting Professor and Member Advisory Board
Prof Progress Hove-Sibanda (NMU)
Professor Progress Hove-Sibanda is a Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional. She is an associate professor in the Department of Logistics, School of Business and Economic Science, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa. She is a board member of the Journal of Transport and Supply chain management; and a committee member of the African Institute of Supply Chain Research (AISCR). Prof Progress Hove-Sibanda serves in the School Research Ethics Committee, School research Committee, Faculty Internationalisation Committee, (NMU). She took part in City of Matlosana, M4 corridor project. She coordinated the Logistics and supply chain management programs, and research (NWU, 2017-2018). She has published widely and presented several papers in local and international conferences. Currently she is responsible for postgraduate logistics and supply chain management mentoring and research (from Advanced Diploma, Masters and doctoral level) at NMU. Her research interest lies in the areas of Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Green Logistics, Smart Logistics, Reverse Logistics, Industry 4.0, Smart Cities, SMEs, Islamic banking, Corporate Governance, Maritime Logistics, business management, Economics.
Prof Progress Hove-Sibanda
Department of Logistics
Office: 135, 1st Floor, X Block, 2nd Avenue Campus,
Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth