Water Infrastructure and Damage Prevention: A Global Perspective NATURAL AND MANMADE bodies of water play a premier role in the equitable balance of human/animal/plant earthly life. Global warming has contributed to glacier melt, flooding and erosion thereby raising sea levels. Earth’s water bodies are being polluted with discarded plastic material, chemical and sewer wastewater, and …
I was born on 13 July 1975 in Zimbabwe. I completed my University degree in Civil Engineering in 1999, the same year I got married. Through hard work, I became an entrepreneur in 2000. I have a daughter 19 years old and a son 15 years old together with their mother staying in Zimbabwe.
I became a consultant and grocery stores owner til 2005 when I had to close due to hyperinflation. I relocated to South Africa in 2007 and started working in Cape Town at Green Point Stadium for the 2010 World Cup. I moved to Johannesburg in 2010 because it was near home and completed the projects in 2012. In 2013, I started working for Environmental Engineering focusing on Climate Change and mitigation at the same time relocating back to Zimbabwe.
In 2016, I started doing projects for the Government in road construction and environmental impact assessment. I became a Hunyani Rotary member in 2018 soon after recovery from road traffic accident. I had been travelling the world attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNCCC) and other related conferences before finally becoming a resident of the United States in January 2019 because of political reasons beyond my control.