Graduate Research Intern
Nhlanhla Zulu is a Graduate Research Intern at the Eswatini Economic Analysis and Research Centre (ESEPARC). His research interests are in the area of inequality and poverty reduction, with a particular focus on Swaziland. Currently, he is working on a study that focuses on the inequality of opportunities in Eswatini’s education system.
While in high school, Nhlanhla was actively involved with the United Nations Refugee Agency and the Ministry of Home Affairs where he supervised a team that conducted a nationwide registration exercise of refugees in the country, which sparked his interest in issues of inequality and looking into ways to possibly address this problem. Prior to joining ESEPARC, he worked at Standard Bank as an EMV agent. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Witwatersrand.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Inequality and poverty reduction
Graduate Research Intern, ESEPARC
Supervisor – United Nations Refugee Agency and Ministry of Home Affairs, Mbabane (SD)
EMV Agent – Standard Bank, Mbabane (SD)
B.Sc., Economics and Mathematics – University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (SA)