Ms Evelyn Mukachana – Acting Department Chairperson
The Engineering and Physics Department is dedicated to teaching and learning engineering and physics programmes in a collaborative, performance- based community. The Department focuses on observing and analysing the local and global community challenges and equip its students with the tools and skills for solving these problems. The Department comprises three units: Agriculture Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Physics.
The Department of Engineering and Physics seeks to be a hub of knowledge and a beacon of excellence in teaching research, innovation and community engagement.
To contribute to sustainable development through continuous improvement of the quality of scientific research, teaching and learning process supported by the development of innovative curricula to match world trends in technological advancement.
Professionalism and integrity
Physics and Maths Publications 2015-16
Recent Publications Physics and Mathematics Department
Publications in 2015
Chipo Shonhiwa and Patrick Mukumba. An Assessment of Wind Power Generation Potential for Margate Town in South Africa. International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2015, pp. 32-37.
Chipo Shonhiwa and Golden Makaka (2015) Concentrator Augmented Wind Turbines: A review. Physical Science International Journal 6(4): 209-218.
Chipo Shonhiwa, Golden Makaka and Kudakwashe Munjeri. (2015) Estimation of Wind Power Potential of Six Sites in Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International 2(3): 201-208.
D.R. Masvodza1 and T. W. Mapuwei (2015) Feasibility of Sack Potato Production as a New Technique used in Some Urban Parts of Zimbabwe
Pagana J, Nyikahadzoyi M, Mutambara L.H.N, Chagwiza C. (2015). The nature of the gap between the intended and the implemented ordinary level mathematics curriculum: a case study of Mashonaland Central District. Research & Reviews: Journal of Educational Studies RRJES| Recent Research on Education System- S1, 2015 14
K. Munjeri, S. Ziuku, H. Maganga, B. Siachingoma & S. Ndlovu (2015). On the potential of water hyacinth as a biomass briquette for heating applications. Physical Science International Journal 6(3): 169-184, 2015, Article no.PSIJ.2015.043
Shonhiwa Chipo, Yang Song and Baokuan Li (2015). Numerical Simulation and Measurement of Temperature Distribution in Water-in-Glass Evacuated Solar Water Heater. DOI: 10.9734/PSIJ/2015/16328
Patrick Mukumba, Golden Makaka, Chipo Shonhiwa. An assessment of the performance of a biogas digester when insulated with sawdust. International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2015; 4(2): 24-31. Doi: 10.11648/j.ijepe.20150402.12
Ms Evelyn Mukachana – Acting Departmental Chairperson
Dr. E. Muchuweni – Senior Lecturer
Dr. G. Mabaya – Lecturer
Dr. H. Nyakotyo – Lecturer
Michael Thabane Magama – Lecturer
Mr. O.A. Zingwari – Lecturer
Mr. W. Zendera – Lecturer
Dr. J. Masanganise – Lecturer
Mr. S. Komichi – Lecturer
Engineer Gwatidzo – Lecturer
Mr. S. Chiminya – Senior Technician
Mr. Ndiyamba – Technician
Mr. Zimunya – Technical Assistant
Mr. Mwatsiya – Senior Technical Assistant