Board of Directors
Board of Directors
MRS J Muskwe ( Acting Chairman)
Juliana is currently studying for a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Human and Social Sciences specializing in Development Studies with the University of South Africa (UNISA). She also has a Diploma in Personal Management from the Institute of People Management of Zimbabwe (IPMZ), a Certificate in Community Development from LASOF Institute and a Certificate in HIV and AIDS from UNISA.She is currently the Programmes Manager for Ntengwe Community Development, an organization that she championed its establishment for the benefit of the community. She is a skilled development worker with sound knowledge and experience of more than fifteen (15) years in community development programmes with emphasis on HIV AIDS, gender, children and vulnerable societies. She has had extensive training in monitoring and evaluation, project planning and proposals, behavioural change, women’s rights, results based management and financial management.
Mr Valentine Vera is the Director of the Metallurgy Department under the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development. Prior to that he was Deputy Director, Regional Metallurgist and Projects Metallurgist. Has vast technical experience and management experience in mining industry. He represents the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development in the Zimbabwe School Mine board and Mining Affairs Board. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the then University of Rhodesia and Bachelor in Chemical Engineering Wayne State University (U.S.A)
Hwange Colliery Company Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs Ntombizodwa Masuku as a Non-Executive Director of the Company effective 19 May 2016. Ntombizodwa holds a Master of Science Degree in Exploration Geophysics and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology and Physics, both from the University of Zimbabwe. She worked for the Zimbabwe Geological Survey (ZGS) for seventeen years (1990 – 2007), during which period she rose through the ranks to the position of Chief Geophysicist; a position she held until her resignation from Public Service in September 2007. While at ZGS, Ntombizodwa received extensive local, regional and international on-the-job training and best practice.
She worked closely with small-scale miners country-wide, local and international large-scale mineral exploration companies where she was instrumental in the promotion of Geophysics as an exploration tool, the University of Zimbabwe where she did extensive research in deep groundwater aquifers in the north-western parts of Zimbabwe and was also attached to DPhil research fellows and the Zimbabwe School of Mines where she taught part of the Geology Diploma for over five years. Since her resignation from Public Service, Ntombizodwa has been involved in mineral and groundwater exploration as a consultant geophysicist and has done successful contract projects both locally and in the region. Ntombizodwa was appointed to the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation Board for the period December 2012 to December 2013.