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Mr Trevor Ncalo

Mr. Trevor Ncalo

Project Manager at Mott MacDonald

BTech Civil Engineering (2010)

Department of Civil Engineering Technology

     “Before one can move into Project Management they need to have a firm technical foundation, thus focus on the technical aspects of Engineering first before getting into Project Management.”

Mr Sithembiso Mabena

Mr. Sithembiso Mabena

Civil Engineer in training at Eskom

BIng Civil Engineering (2016)

Department of Civil Engineering Science

“The economy of the country thrives on the built environment, infrastructure and the management of these resources; therefore engineering plays a crucial part in the development of the country. Become an engineer and create the environment you wish your country to be.”

Miss Refilwe Jeanny Madilola (2)

Miss Refilwe Jeanny Madilola

Laboratory Technologist at Ceramic Industries

BTech Extractive Metallurgy (2015)

MTech Extractive Metallurgy (In-Progess)

Department of Metallurgy

“Do thorough research before getting into the field, know what is expected of you once you are done with your qualification, also try finding a mentor in that industry who you can job shadow in order to get a clear idea of the work environment and the pressure in that particular environment. Lastly, work on your marks and have good grades in maths and physics.”

Mr Mohale Lawrence Letseli

​​Mr Mohale Lawrence Letseli

Senior Metallurgist at Thaba Croniment Chrome Mine

BTech Extraction Metallurgy (2014)

Department of Metallurgy

“Enjoy technical and engineering work; be willing to adhere to safety requirements; be able to identify, analyse and solve problems; have good oral and written communication skills; be practical and creative; have the ability to work independently or as part of a team; have the ability to accept responsibility.”

Mr Thabiso Mokoena

Mr Thabiso Mokoena

Supply Chain Manager at mictseta

BTech Quality Management; MTech Operations Management (2013)

Department of Quality and Operations Management

“Be prepared to work very hard; be sure that this is the field you want to study in; try beginning with courses that are specialized in the industry to build a more focused career path; diversify your portfolio later if you want.”

Miss Nonhle Dlamini

Miss Nonhle Dlamini

Engineering Technologist at Fhatani Consulting Engineers

BTech Civil Engineering : Structures (2008)

Department of Civil Engineering Technology

“Civil Engineering as a career choice has endless opportunities in that it warrants one’s exposure to various fields through its many sub-disciplines and enables one to contribute to the country’s economy and infrastructure development. To also bear in mind is a greater need to learn from our mentors and own the knowledge to ensure continuance of the profession, research and development and innovation when they leave the profession.”

Mr Isidore Kilongozi

Mr Isidore Kilongozi

Technical Advisor at CSIR

BTech Engineering Metallurgy, MTech (2010)

Department of Metallurgy