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Munyaradzi Munodawafa
Zambezi River Authority, Zambia & Zimbabwe

Eng. Munyaradzi Crispen Munodawafa is Chief Executive of the Zambezi River Authority which
is a transboundary river organization managing the Zambezi River common between Zambia
and Zimbabwe. He is a Fellow of the Zimbabwe Institute of Engineers and a contributor to the
Engineers Without Borders programmes jointly organized by the Zimbabwe Institute of
Engineers and the Zambia Engineering Institute. Engineer Munodawafa is also a registered
practicing Engineer under the Engineering Council of Zimbabwe (ECZ) and the Engineering
Institution of Zambia.

After graduating from the Kharkhov Polytechnic Institute in the Soviet Union (Ukraine) with a
Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1984, Eng. Munodawafa worked as an Operations
Engineer for Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) at Hwange Thermal Power Station
(920MW). He was involved in the commissioning of the Stage II units at Hwange Power
Station (440MW). He was promoted to Operations Manager in 1994 at Harare Power Station.

He then joined the Government of Zimbabwe in the Ministry of Energy and Power Development
in 2005 as Principal Director developing and promoting strategies with respect to sustainable
outputs and utilization of energy (including renewable) resources beneficial to Zimbabwe.
Eng. Munodawafa is also a holder of an Executive Diploma in Business Leadership from the
Zimbabwe Institute of Management.

In 2009 he joined Zambezi River Authority as Chief Executive, where he is managing,
in a sustainable manner, the water resources of the Zambezi River common to Zambia and
Zimbabwe and the Kariba Dam complex and any future dams or infrastructure on the river
forming the border between the two countries.

Major projects currently under implementation by the Zambezi River Authority are the US$ 300
million Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project which includes the reshaping of the Plunge Pool and
the Refurbishment of the Spillway).

The Authority is also currently undertaking feasibility studies for the development of the 2400
Megawatt Batoka Gorge Hydro Electric Scheme.


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