Cyclone Idai lays bare Zimbabwe’s poor disaster management

Within a year, Zimbabwe has been struck by both man-made and natural disasters - and the government’s delayed response has forced the public to take the initiative to help those affected. The latest disaster is the trail of destruction left by Cyclone Idai, which...

ICT: The Economic driver

ZIMBABWE Information and Communication Technologies (ZICT) says the information and communications technology (ICT) sector has potential to create 40 000 jobs as it is one of the fastest growing sectors. “While all the other sectors of Zimbabwe’s economy experience a...

Dinner Invite To All Members

The Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers will be hosting its Annual Dinner Date TBA for  2019 . A variety of Engineering Awards will be conferred during the dinner. Read More..... Dr S. Diarra ZIE CEO

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Zim faces shortage of engineers

Zim faces shortage of engineers

ZIMBABWE has only 1 500 civil, mechanical, architectural and scientific engineers out of about 6 000 accredited professionals in the field. This emerged during the Zimbabwe Infrastructure Development Conference here on Tuesday where delegates raised concerns about...

ICT: The Economic driver

ICT: The Economic driver

ZIMBABWE Information and Communication Technologies (ZICT) says the information and communications technology (ICT) sector has potential to create 40 000 jobs as it is one of the fastest growing sectors. “While all the other sectors of Zimbabwe’s economy experience a...

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WOMEN IN ENGINEERING IN ZIMBABWE

WOMEN IN ENGINEERING IN ZIMBABWE

19% of students going to NUST want to do Engineering degrees. In the 2015 enrolment, out of the 8555 who enrolled, 49% were doing sciences and engineering. A third of these students doing sciences and engineering are female. Nozinhle Khumalo, who finished her...

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Veolia installs packaged portable water treatment plant in Stellenbosch

Commissioned in December 2018, Veolia Water Technologies South Africa has supplied a package plant for the treatment of water abstracted from two new boreholes at Cloetesville in Stellenbosch. The packaged potable water treatment plant (PWTP 050) will treat 54m3 of...

Africa’s roads are badly built, and there aren’t enough. This can be fixed

One of the fastest growing economies in Africa, Ethiopia, has an ambitious plan to cut a green, sustainable path to becoming a middle-income country by 2025. Along the way, the country faces growing urban migration and rising demand for food - challenges that are...

Engineers should front infrastructure development

Now that the elections are over, win, lose or draw, there is no better time to rebuild Zimbabwe than now. It is no secret that Zimbabwe’s infrastructure has been steadily falling apart for the last twenty eight years. Guest column: Jacob K Mutisi Zimbabwe faces a...

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