Zimbabwe School Of Mines

Serving the SADC mining industry

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Mr. D. Tusai is the Chief Executive Officer of the Zimbabwe School of Mines in Bulawayo.

He is a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Secretaries & Administrators (FCIS); Fellow of The Institute of Directors (FIoD); Registered Public Accountant Zimbabwe (RPAcc-Z); Associate of the British Society of Commerce (ABSC-UK); Associate of the Zimbabwe School of Mines (AZSM); Certificate in Good Corporate Governance.

Tusai is a Commissioner of Oaths. He sits on the Zimbabwe School of Mines Board, Meriwether Foundation, Hlekweni Rural Service Training Centre, Executive Member of the Association of Business in Zimbabwe (ABUZ) & Chairman of Kadvet Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Tusai's pervious responsibilities include being: Former Chairman of the ICSAZ(Bulawayo Branch); Former Secretary to the Bulawayo & Districts Mining Association Former & founder Chairman of the MineEntra Planning Committee; Former Board Member of Plumtree High School; Former Treasurer of Matopos Rotary Club.

Prior joining the Zimbabwe School of Mines in 1994, Mr. Tusai worked as a Director at CooperationCanada-Mozambique (COCAMO). He has travelled extensively in Southern Africa as well as Canada and United Kingdom where he dealt with international linkages and exchanges specializing in development economics.

Mr. Tusai won the prestigious Manager of the Year Awards under the auspices of Zimbabwe Institute of Management in the Public sector category (2012) and 2nd runner up in the same award (2013). He won the 1st runner up CEO of the year in the Megafest Business Awards 2013. Under his leadership, ZSM won the first prize in educational partnerships awards 2013 under the auspices of Megafest.

Married to Kolisiwe and they have three sons. He is a keen gardener with special interest in permaculture and vermaculture. Currently working hard to develop a family farming plot in Nyamandlovu where he is an executive member in the Nyamandlovu Farmers Association.