Dr. Ramulifho holds a PhD degree in Zoology, a master’s degree in Hydrological Sciences (University of KwaZulu-Natal), honours, and bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of the Venda. Dr. Ramulifho is a registered professional scientist with a SACNASP in the field of Environmental Sciences. He has 10 years of combined research experience in aquatic ecology, environmental flow assessment, climate change, hydrological and catchment modeling, and knowledge of aquatic community structures. These include research projects done at catchment and transboundary levels. He served as a post-doctoral research fellow in the SARChI research chair in Biodiversity Value and Change at the University of Venda. He is involved in postgraduate students supervision and also gives lectures to undergraduate at a number of universities on adhoc bases. He is a current vice-leader of the South African Young Water Professional national committee and also a member International Water Association, Water Institute of Southern Africa, Entomological Society of South Africa and many others.