Played an integral part in harmonising Zipra, Zanla and Rhodesian forces into one national defence force.
Renowned throughout the Air Force of Zimbabwe for nudging his subordinates onto the path of academic excellence.
Helped steer countrywide procurement and distribution of Command Agriculture inputs.
Under his watch, Zimbabwe recorded its first bumper maize harvest in years, with 2,2 million-plus tonnes projected.
PhD Geo-Information Science (GIS, RS) for Environmental Systems Analysis and Monitoring (The Netherlands)
Lecturer and Post-graduate Co-ordinator Department of Geography and Environmental Science (University of Zimbabwe)
Ecologist responsible for GIS and Remote Sensing Applications (Department of Natural Resources, 1994-98)
Member African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE)
Proven experience in international diplomacy and international economic affairs for the Zimbabwe Defence Forces.
Enjoys good relations with figures in key global markets, particularly across Africa and in the Far East.
Credited with helping spread the imperative of educational advancements throughout the rank and file of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces.
Has been pivotal in public-military interactions in different parts of Zimbabwe.
Associate Professor, Grand Valley State University, Michigan, the US (2007)
Assistant Professor, Grand Valley State University, Michigan, the US (2000-2007)
Bachelor of Science in Political Administrative Studies (University of Zimbabwe, 1984)
Electrical Power Engineering (Harare Institute of Technology); Data Communication and Networking (University of Zimbabwe)
Executive Director (Zimasco) and Mimosa Mining Company (1998-September 2007)