Ivonne Ndlovu

  • PhD – in Business: Specialization – Accounting
  • Master of Commerce – Applied Accounting
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting)

Educational Attainment

PhD in Business: Specialization – Accounting


Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS), Philippines

Master of Commerce Applied Accounting


Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe

Master of Business Administration      


Solusi University, Zimbabwe

Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting)


Solusi University, Zimbabwe

Work Experience


  • October 2022 to present – Substantive Dean _ Faculty of Business Administration
  • 2020 September to December – Acting Dean Faculty of Business Administration
  • 2019 March to May – Acting Dean Faculty of Business Administration
  • 2017 October to December – Acting Dean Faculty of Business Administration
  • 2017 – 2018 – Acting Master of Business Administration Director
  • 2009 to September 2022 – Substantive Chairperson _ Accounting department
  • 2007 to 2008 – Lecturer _ Accounting Department
  • 2004 to 2006 – Financial Accountant _ Hunyani Printopak
  • 2003 – Assistant Financial Accountant _ Hunyani Printopak


Professional Achievements and Growth

  • Doctor of Philosophy Dissertation: “Drivers of Sustainability Reporting of the Listed Companies in the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange” Philippines (2019)
  • Master in Applied Accounting Thesis: “Environmental Accounting Adoption and Disclosure: Zimbabwe Stock Exchange Listed Companies” Zimbabwe (2017)
  • Master of Business Administration Thesis: “Effectiveness of Working Capital Management in Manufacturing Companies in Zimbabwe: A Case Study of Hunyani Holdings Limited Company” Zimbabwe (2008)
  • Attended virtual seminar “Post – Pandemic Campus Well Being”, The Chronicle of Higher Education, (4 May, 2021)
  • Attended virtual seminar “The Next Generation of Teaching and Learning”, The Chronicle of Higher Education, (26 April, 2021)
  • Attended virtual seminar “Delivering quality education with sustainable growth in Sub-Saharan Africa”, THE in partnership with Blackboard, (16 April, 2021)
  • Attended virtual seminar “Reaching and Retaining the Students of the Pandemic”, The Chronicle of Higher Education, (3 March, 2021)
  • Created an Accounting Alumni Facebook Page and Group which is active with more than100 members, Solusi University, (April, 2021)
  • Supervisor of  “Master of Business Thesis”, Solusi University (2020 to present)
  • Participated as Secretary General for “Minimum Body of Knowledge (MBKs) Formation Commerce Cluster” Midlands State University, (2019)
  • Participated as team member in the “ZIMCHE Skills Audit” exercise, Zimbabwe Open University, (2019)
  • Attended the “Empowering Lecturers through Research” seminar organized by the Solusi University, (2016)
  • Won the Best Lecturer’s Award for the Year, Solusi University, Zimbabwe (2017)
  • Attended the “Capital Market Based Research” organized by the Asia Pacific Research Center on November 12 – 14, 2018 at the AIIAS Graduate School, Lalaan 1, Silang, Cavite, Philippines
  • Attended the 19th AIIAS International Conference on Business, Education and Public Health with the theme, “The Leadership Challenge”. November 20 – 22, 2018 at the AIIAS Amphitheater Lalaan 1, Silang, Cavite, Philippines
  • Participated and contributed in the “Activities of the “AIIAS African Students Association in AIIAS, Lalaan 1, Silang, Cavite, Philippines (October 2018 to March 2019).
  • In 2016 organized a Tax Seminar hosted by Solusi University Accounting department at Cresta Lodge in Bulawayo. The presenters were from Zimbabwe Revenue Authority. Twenty companies and hundred Accounting Students attended the seminar.
  • Conducted a workshop for two medium scale companies (Beitbridge and Bulawayo) with the theme, “Preparation of Financial Statements to None Financial Managers” Zimbabwe (2015).
  • Mobilized the Accounting Association to conduct a “Fun Day” at the Solusi Primary School, Zimbabwe (2015).
  • Co-taught a module “Understanding Financial Statements” for Adventist University of Africa (AUA) Kenya, (2015)
  • Attended an International Accounting Standard and International Financial Reporting Standard Seminar, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe (2014)



  • Ndlovu, Ivonne (PhD). (2020) Factors that Affect University Financial Sustainability: A Case Study of a Private University in Zimbabwe. East African Journal of Education and Social Science, Vol 1, No. 2, pp. 193 – 200. DOI:
  • Ndlovu Ivonne (PhD) & Dzomira Shewangu (PhD) (2021), Environmental Accounting adoption and disclosure: Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed Companies, The Journal of Accounting and Management, Vol 11, No. 1, pp. 7 – 18



  • Member of Senate and Senate Executive (2009 – present)
  • Member of Finance Committee (2009 – present)
  • Member of Graduation Committee (2009 – present)
  • Member of Turnaround Finance Adhoc Committee (2016 -2017)
  • Member of Library Committee (2009 – present)
Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • Associate Treasury (2018; 2020; 2021,2022)
  • Treasury (2015 to 2017)
  • Vocational Bible School Director (2016 to 2019)
  • Children’s Ministries Teacher (2010 to 2022)
  • Board Member for Queen Elizabeth Children’s Home, Zimbabwe (2005 – 2008)


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