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Motse Tsogang, PhD Candidate



Motse Tsogang is enrolled for a PhD in the School of Computing at the University of South Africa. He specializes in development of pattern languages in enterprise architecture domain. Motse is working as a technical consultant and software developer for company, called Experian South Africa, involved in systems integration and enterprise software development. He is co-supervised by Alta van der Merwe and Paula Kotze

Research interests

·         Pattern languages

·         Enterprise architecture

·         E-governance

·         Service-oriented Architecture (Web services)

·         Goal programming in decision support systems



Tsogang, MP; Hattingh, JM (2006), A goal programming approach to determine prices, 36th Annual ORSSA Conference (Production Scheduling and Logistics), Sinodale Centre, Pietermaritzburg, 3-6 September 2006.

Tsogang, MP (2007), Aspects of price determination using goal programming approaches, Masters dissertation, March 2007.

Tsogang, MP; Kruger, HA; Hattingh, JM (2007), Price determination based on goal programming principles, EURO XXII, Prague, Czech Republic, 8-11 July 2007.

Wayi, N; Tsogang MP (2007), Improving e-governance processes through enterprise resource planning, 3rd International Conference on e-Governance, 27-28 September 2007.

Mavetera, N; Wayi, N; Tsogang MP (2007), An electronic-governance model for South Africa, International conference on Africa - the journey towards good governance & ethical leadership. February 13-15 February 2007, Mafikeng, South Africa.

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