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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

Zimbabwe had been ripe for a military coup for a long time

24th November 2017 The past few weeks have been hectic for Zimbabwe, our northern neighbour. Matters came to a head early this month, when Emmerson Mnangagwa was sacked as President Robert Mugabe’s joint number two in both government and the ruling Zanu-PF party, ostensibly for “disloyalty, disrespect,... 

Kevin Hardy

28th July 2017 This week we feature Kevin Hardy, MD of telecommunications company BT in Africa   

Ryan Nortje

21st July 2017 This week we feature Ryan Nortje, logistics director of Goscor Lift Trucks, which sells and distributes equipment and parts to the materials handling industry   

A 50-year-old hole in the wall transformation

14th July 2017 Without question, the word that currently ranks, and undisputedly so, as the most overused word is ‘transformation’. Everything today has to be transformed; that is the fashion. As to what needs to be transformed, and then to what . . . well, that is quite a different matter. The risk of its... 

Detlev Duve

30th June 2017 This week we feature Detlev Duve, MD of freight forwarding, air and sea logistics, and project cargo company Dachser Intelligent Logistics.   

Tommy Strydom

31st March 2017 This week we feature Tommy Strydom, CEO of Inyatsi Group Holdings, which is involved in the construction of infrastructure, including roads, bridges, buildings and water works   

Andrea Nono

16th December 2016 This week we feature Andrea Nono, CEO of MTU South Africa, a company established in 2001 that is responsible for the Rolls-Royce Power System business in over 30 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa   

Alternative fuels power more than 5 000 flights

8th December 2016 The global airline industry will have made more than 5 000 commercial flights powered by sustainable alternative fuels by the end of the year, reporters attending the International Air Transport Association’s (Iata's) global media day heard on Thursday. The alternative fuels initiative forms part... 

Global airline industry projects eight consecutive years in the black

8th December 2016 GENEVA - The global airline industry expects to post a record net profit of $35.6-billion in 2016, up from $35.3-billion in 2015, with this strong performance forecast to continue into 2017, albeit at a lower level. The projected net profit of $29.8-billion in 2017 would mean eight consecutive... 

Air cargo volumes encourage, outperforming weak global trade

8th December 2016 Although the global airfreight business continues to face headwinds from weak global trade, the International Air Transport Association (Iata) says there are encouraging signs that growth in air cargo volumes, which came in at 8.2% year‐on‐year in October, will endure into the new year. This was... 

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