National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe
Sibonile Moyo is a Lecturer in the department of Computer Science in the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.
A Software Development Methodology for Solo Software Developers: Leveraging the Product Quality of Independent Developers. Other research Interests: Software Engineering, Software Development Methodologies, Societal Computing. Research Awards: 2009 - 2011, Occupation of Women Computer Science Graduates: A study of the National University of Science and Technology Female Computer Science Graduates. Gender Research in Africa into ICTs for Empowerment (GRACE) Grant; Researcher in collaboration with Buhle - Mbambo Thatha, UNISA; 2013, TWAS Travel Grant (ref 13-020 SM/AF/AC/E; UNESCO_FR; 3240267058) for the 5th Annual International Conference on ICT for Africa, 2013.
Ngwenya S., Nyathi T., Moyo S. “HIV/AIDS Herbal Treatment Expert System”, University of Pretoria, South Africa. 1-4 August 2011
Dr. B. Mbambo – Thatha, Moyo S. “Influence of Culture on Career Choices for Female Computer Science Graduates from the National University for Science and Technology: Does culture impact on developing programmes for ICT for Development?” (Accepted) IFIP ICT and Development Research Voices from Africa Workshop; Makerere University, Uganda. 22-23 March 2010
Moyo S., Nyathi T., Nyathi K. T, Ndlovu S. “Optimisation of the Linear Probability Model for Credit Risk Management”, International Journal of Computer and Information Technology (ISSN: 2279 -0764) Volume 03 – issue 06, November 2014