Rossly Malema is a lecturer in the Life Orientation/Physical Education discipline within the Social Sciences Education cluster. She has experience in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and in postgraduate research supervision. She is currently working towards a PhD which focuses on adolescent physical activity and the built environment. Her research interests include physical activity, adolescent adiposity, community recreation, as well as parks and open spaces.
- Bachelor of Sport Science Honours (UKZN)
- Master of Sport Science (UKZN)
- PhD in Health Sciences (NWU) In Progress