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#AskAnEngineer: Marijke De Cleer - Civil Engineering/Surveying
11 Jun,2020
Meet Marijke De Cleer from Belgium. Marijke is a civil engineer/surveyor and started working in 2011. She completed her master’s degree in civil engineering with an extra year in surveying at the University of Antwerp. Marijke started her own business which specializes in geophysical surveying Read More...
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#AskAnEngineer: Elizabeth Kananji – Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
11 Jun,2020
Meet Elizabeth Kananji from Zomba, Malawi. She is currently studying Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at the University of Malawi, The Polytechnic. Elizabeth aspired to be a professional writer, doctor and even a nurse before she discovered her love for engineering. Elizabeth chose to s Read More...
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#AskAnEngineer: Innocentia Mahlangu – Civil Engineering
04 Jun,2020
Meet Innocentia Mahlangu, a project manager and senior civil engineer in Johannesburg, South Africa. Innocentia obtained her Master’s degree in civil engineering at the University of Witwatersrand – specialising in project and construction management. Innocentia is a registered Professio Read More...
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D&I Matters: The Business Case
22 May,2020
“They hired her just because she is a woman." “But there are just not enough diverse candidates with skills we need…” Most organisations don’t intend to lack diversity or inclusion however without a strong business case, most organisations push diversity and Read More...
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#AskAnEngineer: Terry Macharia - Information Technology
22 May,2020
Meet Terry Macharia, Founder and Managing Partner of Secvate Solutions, an information technology startup based in Nairobi, Kenya providing customized software solutions, cyber security consultancy and data analytics services in Africa. Terry has a background in information technology with seven (7) Read More...
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One Small Step for Man, No Giant Leaps for Women
06 Jan,2020
Women should have made history on March 29. For the first time, two female astronauts were scheduled to do a spacewalk, making repairs to the International Space Station. But NASA didn’t have enough space suits that fit those two women, so they scrapped the mission. Instead, Cristina Ko Read More...
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