Zimbabwe Programme Officer, Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa Masters in Globalisation and Communications with Merit, University of Leicester 2005
Manages the OSI’s consultative process with key players in Zimbabwean civil society, the donor community and government. Initiates and manages strategic projects and contributes to key publications and the development and dissemination of knowledge about Zimbabwe.
He has been developing a capacity building system for key players in human rights and democracy building arenas, to enable them to play effective policy and advocacy roles.
Previously Programme Manager for the Economic Justice Network based in Cape Town where he was responsible for developing effective advocacy strategies and interventions on debt, trade, food and agriculture focusing on the Southern African Development Community, World Trade Organisation and the European Union.
Before that he worked as a Policy Analyst for the Zimbabwe Institute and was Deputy Director of the Southern and Eastern Trade Negotiations Institute (SEATINI). He was part of a three-person research team funded by the Financial Times which culminated in the publication of a book Television Markets in sub-Saharan Africa.