Programmes Officer | African Minerals Development Centre (AMDC) Department of Economic Development, Trade, Tourism, Industry and Minerals (ETTIM)
Mkhu is a Programmes Officer in Mineral Sector Governance and leads AMDC’s ASM workstream. Prior to this, he was part of the International Study Group to Review Africa’s Mining Codes (ISG) working group and has several years of experience in strategic knowledge management aligned to national policy engagement, and grassroots development in the areas of youth and women’s empowerment. He is founder and previous executive of a business incubator in Zimbabwe that hosted start-ups in mining, agriculture and app development. His past work with UNECA has focused on developing the observatory on regional integration in Africa, infrastructure and the BIAT-CFTA (Boosting Intra-African Trade towards the Continental Free Trade Area) knowledge networks with the Africa Trade Policy Centre. He is a chartered information systems auditor, information security manager and possesses an honours in Computer Science from the National University of Science & Technology, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
The African Union's Africa Mining Vision