Timothy Kudzanayi Kuhamba
Timothy Kudzanayi Kuhamba is one of the three Engineers who built Zimbabwe's first satellite ZIMSAT-1 at Kyushu Institute of Technology in Japan. He is also a pioneer of Space Education awareness in Zimbabwe. Kuhamba funded the World Space Week celebrations from 2014 to 2017 until the Government of Zimbabwe realized his efforts single efforts by sponsoring the World Space Week Quiz 2018 which was aired on National Television. Kuhamba is the National Coordinator for World Space Week Zimbabwe since 2014. He is also a recipient of the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) 2019 Africa Space Leader Award. Kuhamba has ten years of working experience in Broadcasting Engineering and Regulation. Mr. Kuhamba holds an Honours Bachelor Degree in Applied Physics from National University Science in Zimbabwe and Post-Graduate in Satellite Communication from African Regional Centre for Space Science Technology Education English where he was the best graduating in 2013. He also holds in diploma in Regulation and Freedom of Expression. He also holds a Master's in communication engineering from the University of Zimbabwe. He is also currently studying Masters in Space Engineering at the Kyushu Institute of Technology in Japan. Kuhamba is the first graduate from Zimbabwe of the Can Satellite Leadership Program (CLTP-10) at Nihon University Japan 2019. He is also a contributor to space technology for articles to the Africa online space magazine https://africanews.space/. He is also an editor of the BIRDS newsletter a magazine published every month by the Kyushu Institute of technology.