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Dlamini C.S.

Dip. Agric., B.Sc. Agric. (UNISWA), B.Sc. Hons., M.Sc., Ph.D., MDevF. (University of Stellenbosch) 

Private Bag 4, Kwaluseni, Swaziland, M201

Tel: (+268) 518 4011 Ext. 2514 

MY RESEARCH INTEREST

My research interests are on Non-timber Forest Products (NTFPS), mainly policy and socio-economics and domestication and commercialization of medicinal and edible NTFPs.

PUBLICATIONS-BOOK CHAPTER

Books: Socio-economic Development and the Environment in Swaziland. Copyright 2010. (Edited by Daniel S. Tevera and Jonathan I. Matondo), Department of Geography, Environmental Science and Planning, University of Swaziland.

Chapter 5:C.S. Dlamini: Towards the improvement of policy and strategy development for the sustainable management of non-timber forest products: A synthesis of recent studies from Swaziland.

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Dlamini C.S.and Geldenhuys C.J. (2009). The socio-economic Status of the NTFP sub-sector in Swaziland. Southern Forests Vol. 71 (4) 311-318: 411.

Dlamini C.S. (2010). Towards sustainable financing of protected areas: A case study of the Swaziland National Trust Commission. Masters Research Report. University of Stellenbosch Business School. South Africa.

Dlamini C.S. (2007). Towards the improvement of policy and strategy development for the sustainable management of Non-timber Forest Products: Swaziland-a case study. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.  

Hassan, R.M., Mbuli, P. & Dlamini C.S. (2002). Natural resource accounts for the state and economic contribution of forests and woodlands resources in Swaziland. CEEPA Discussion Paper No.4, CEEPA, University of Pretoria, Pretoria

Dlamini, C.S. (1998). Provenance and family variation in germination, early seedling growth, fruit composition and seed mass in Sclerocarya birrea (A. Rich) Hochst. sub-species caffra (Sond). Kokwaro (ANACARDIACEAE) - The Marula. MSc. Thesis, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch. South Africa.

Dlamini, C.S.(1997). Germination pre-treatment in the seeds of Sclerocarya birrea (A. Rich) Hochst. sub-species caffra (Sond). Kokwaro (ANACARDIACEAE) - The Marula. BSc. Hons. Mini Thesis, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch. South Africa.

Dlamini C.S.(1992). Milk Quality Analyses: The case of fresh milk from various shops in Swaziland. B.Sc. Dissertation, University of Swaziland.

Dlamini C.S.(under peer review). Provenance and family variation in early seedling growth in Sclerocarya birrea sub-species caffra seed from Botswana. Southern Forests. Ref. No. 478

Dlamini C.S.(under peer review). Provenance and family variation in seed mass and fruit composition in Sclerocarya birrea sub-species caffra fruits from Swaziland. Southern Forests. Ref. No. 477.

Dlamini C.S.(under peer review). User Surveys and Resource Surveys for selected non-timber forest products in the four ecological zones of Swaziland as a basis for policy and strategy development. Southern Forests. Ref. No. 432.

Dlamini C.S.and Geldenhuys C.J. (under peer review). The population Status of some medicinal and edible plant species in the four ecological zones of rural Swaziland. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, USA. Ref. JAST-E10091002.

Dlamini C.S. and Geldenhuys C.J. (under peer review). Community Consultations on use and management of preferred NTFPs: A Case Study of the four ecological zones of Swaziland. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, USA. Ref. JAST-E10091003.

Dlamini C. S.and Geldenhuys C.J. (under peer review). Quantities and Values of selected forest medicines harvested by 8 villages adjacent to natural woodlands in the four ecological zones of rural Swaziland. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, USA . Ref. JAST-E10091004.

Dlamini C.S.and Geldenhuys C.J. (under peer review). Quantities and Values of selected forest foods harvested by 8 villages adjacent to natural woodlands in the four ecological zones of rural Swaziland. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, USA . Ref. JAST-E10091005.

Dlamini C.S.and Geldenhuys C.J. (under peer review). The potential impacts of national, regional and international policies and legislation on the sustainable forest management for NTFPs: A Swaziland Case Study. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, USA. Ref. JUST-E10091006.

Dlamini C.S.and Geldenhuys C.J. (under peer review). Towards the development of a Theoretical Framework for the sustainable management of NTFPs: A Swaziland Case Study. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, USA. Ref. E10091007.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Dlamini, C.S. (2010).Small Scale Seed Business: Mapping stakeholders, current seed projects and seed related initiatives in Swaziland. Paper presented in a common visioning workshop on Harmonized Seed Security in the SADC Region hosted by FANRPAN. Tums George Hotel, Swaziland, 28-30 July 2010.  

Dlamini, C.S. (2009).Community Consultations on use and managementof preferred Non-timber Forest Products: A Case Study of the four ecological zones of Swaziland. IFHE International Conference, September, 2009. Royal Swazi Sun Convention Center. Swaziland.

Dlamini, C.S. (2009).Status of some medicinal and edible plant species in the four ecological zones of rural Swaziland. IFHE International Conference, September, 2009. Royal Swazi Sun Convention Centre.

Dlamini, C.S., and Geldenhuys, C.J. (2008). Towards the improvement of policy and strategy development for the sustainable management of Non-timber Forest Products: A paper presented at the International Sustainable Forest Management in Africa Symposium – 3 to 7 November 2008, Stellenbosch, South Africa

Dlamini, C.S. (2000).Germplasm Improvement in indigenous fruit trees of Swaziland.In Proceedings of Technical Workshop of the SADC Tree Seed Center Network held in Windhoek, Namibia, March 2000.

JOURNAL PAPER REVIEWS

Journal of Medicinal Plant Research (www.academicjournals.org/jmpr)

African Journal of Food Science (www.academicjournals.org/AJFS)