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Martin Zhuwakinyu

Martin Zhuwakinyu

Martin Zhuwakinyu is Senior Deputy Editor for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

He studied at Harare Polytechnic, the University of South Africa and Tshwane University of Technology.

Tel: +2711 622 3744

Email: newsdesk@engineeringnews.co.za

Opinion: Staying put in Mzansi

8th November 2019 In this opinion piece, Engineering News Senior Deputy Editor Martin Zhuwakinyu writes about the #ImStaying movement. Humans have a propensity for being highly vocal when they are unhappy about how they are governed and for showing little hesitation in moving to lands where the grass appears to be... 

Xolile Sizani

8th November 2019 This week we profile Xolile Sizani, CEO of Servest, a provider of integrated facilities management solutions across the African continent 

Staying put in Mzansi

8th November 2019 Humans have a propensity for being highly vocal when they are unhappy about how they are governed and for showing little hesitation in moving to lands where the grass appears to be greener. South Africans are no exception. Prompted by push factors ranging from a job market that is not  growing... 

Opinion: The tale that Mr Latta told

1st November 2019 In this opinion piece, Engineering News Senior Deputy Editor Martin Zhuwakinyu writes about Brexit. I’m not sure what to make of remarks by Nick Latta, a counsellor at the British high commission to South Africa at a conference in Durban a fortnight ago. He said the UK decided the break away from... 

The tale that Mr Latta told

1st November 2019 I’m not sure what to make of remarks by Nick Latta, a counsellor at the British high commission to South Africa at a conference in Durban a fortnight ago. She said the UK decided the break away from Europe in the so-called Brexit move because of its belief that the future of trade lay in a... 

Opinion: Hyperinflation déjà vu in Zim

25th October 2019 In this opinion piece, Engineering News Senior Deputy Editor Martin Zhuwakinyu writes about hyperinflation in Zimbabwe. Some of us began to smell a rat when, in early August, Zimbabwe’s Finance and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube, banned the publication of annualised inflation figures... 

Nazmi Adams

25th October 2019 This week we profile Nazmi Adams, CEO of Weldamax, which is involved in industrial gases and welding distribution 

Hyperinflation déjà vu in Zim

25th October 2019 Some of us began to smell a rat when, in early August, Zimbabwe’s Finance and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube, banned the publication of annualised inflation figures until February next year. Ncube and his Cabinet colleagues are obviously unaware of the African saying that it’s futile... 

Middle Eastern countries to add more renewables to their energy mix – Siemens

22nd October 2019 Germany-headquartered multinational Siemens foresees countries in the Middle East increasing renewables’ share of their hydrocarbons-heavy energy mix by five percentage points in the coming decade. In 2014, natural gas accounted for 61% of energy provision in the region, a figure that is forecast... 

Edwin Ludick

22nd October 2019 This week we profile Edwin Ludick, MD of AEL Intelligent Blasting, a developer, producer and supplier of commercial explosives  

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