Qualifications:[Ph.D., MSc., BSc. Hons] Animal Science, MBA I am an Associate Professor Animal Nutrition at University of Namibia. From Sept 2006 to March 31, 2009 I was Dean of Veterinary Medicine (Umutara Polytechnic University-Rwanda), I have been a Senior lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe and have 16 years lecturing, research and extension experience. I was also Chairman of Animal Science Department, University of Zimbabwe for two years. I am widely traveled, having been to South Korea, UK, South Africa, Zambia, USA, Namibia and Ethiopia, Rwanda on research and educational business. I have published two books in the UK with Upfront Publishing (1. Pig Production Science and Technology; 2. Applied Animal Feed Science and Technology) and have also developed two software 1. Dairy software for the University of Zimbabwe Dairy and 2. IDT Feed Formulation software. I also hold a Diploma in Electronics, and an Advanced Certificate in Motor Maintenance
I believe and practice student centred teaching style.
1.University Book Prize (1993) for being the Best MSc Animal Science Student at the University of Zimbabwe. 2.Commonwealth Fellowship Award (1996).
â€¢Ph.D. Animal Science; University of Pretoria, South Africa, (1993-1997). (Title of Thesis: Investigation of mineral deficiency in beef cattle) â€¢MBA (Masters in Business Administration); University of Zimbabwe, (2000-2003). (Title of Thesis: Factors affecting viability in the Dairy Industry of Zimbabwe) â€¢MSc. (Animal Science- Animal Nutritional), University of Zimbabwe, (1991-1992). (Title of Thesis: Potential of white rot fungi and yeast in improving fibre digestibility in farm animals) â€¢BSc. (Agric). Hons in Animal Science; University of Zimbabwe, (1989). OTHER QUALIFICATIONS â€¢Diploma: Radio, Audio and TV Servicing, ICS-London, (1996). â€¢Certificate: Advanced Motor Maintenance; Harare Polytech, (1998). â€¢Information Technology Certificate, (NIIT) (2000).
I am an accomplished consultant in 1. Feed Formulation, 2. Feed manufacturing and 3. Livestock Development issues.