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We always set standards of excellence with dedicated specialists that strive to improve environmental quality and to promote sustainable development. We seek to bring environmentally sound thinking and innovative solutions to our customers. We offer a fully integrated service from a fully committed specialist’s pool, capable of meeting every related need regardless of their requirement. Matmun Geo- Environmental Consultants team comprise of the following individuals who have expertise and experience from various field of environmental management and tourism development. The company staff components are historically disadvantage individuals from formally marginalised communities.

 

Mr Ndivhuho Eric Mathoho

Managing Director
BA Archaeology- (Univen)
BA (Hons) Archaeology - (Univen)
MSc (University of Cape Town) (Current field of study)

 

Mr Mathoho Eric has been in the industry for quite a long time, for the past 13 years he has been in the archaeological research field conducting  archaeological/ heritage impact assessment, and Cultural Resource Management programs (Phase 2&3) and grave relocation .as an accredited professional archaeologist and ASAPA Member (312) he has completed more than 800 development projects ranging from Eskom transmission and Distribution, sanitation, road &bridges upgrades, Vodacom Mast, feasibility studies, residential and Township development projects, Dams, reservoir, Bulk and reticulation pipeline. He have been involved on landmark projects from the onset of the projects such as the construction of Nandoni dam (1997-2003) and the  archaeological excavation, rehabilitation and stabilisation of archaeological trench profile of World Heritage site Mapungubwe National Park (2003-2007) Archaeological excavation program World Heritage site Mapungubwe National Park site preparation for the Mapungubwe national Museum (2009)


Fields of competence:

Archaeological/heritage impact assements (AIA-HIA Phase1) Cultural Resource Management (CRM-Phase 2&3),GIS, Cultural Resource management Plan (CRMP) Archaeological Audits (AA)Archaeological/historical sites rehabilitation and restoration, Graves relocation, historical building/Built Environment Assessment,  feasibility study, tourism development. Museum development

Mr Rudzani Richard Munyai

Managing Director
BA Archaeology- (Univen)
BA (Hons) Archaeology - (Univen)
MSc (University of Cape Town) (Current field of study)

 

Mr Munyai Rudzani Richard has been in the industry for quite a long time, for the past 10 years he has been in the archaeological research field conducting archaeological/ heritage impact assessment, and Cultural Resource Management programs (Phase 2&3) and grave relocation, he  has been in involved in some of the land mark project such as Nandoni dam construction and Mapungubwe  he has already completed more than 600 development projects ranging from Eskom transmission and Distribution, sanitation, road &bridges upgrades, Vodacom Mast, feasibility studies, residential

Fields of competence:

Archaeological/heritage impact assements (AIA-HIA Phase1) Cultural Resource Management (CRM-Phase 2&3) Cultural Resource management Plan (CRMP) Archaeological Audits (AA)Archaeological/historical sites rehabilitation and restoration, Graves relocation, historical building/Built Environment Assessment,  feasibility study, tourism development , museum development

Mr Nerve Zhou

Environmental Manager
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences – Ecology (MSU)
MSc Biotechnology (Witwatersrand)

 

 

He has had 3 years experience in natural sciences research as a curator for a renowned Natural History Museum in the Sub-Saharan region in fish, birds, vegetation, invertebrates, entomology, and mammalogy and rangeland ecology. He is an interdisciplinary scientist whose wide range expertise is useful integrated environmental monitoring strategies.  His competence in ecological sciences and zoology fields is therefore of formidable advantage. He has since developed his environmental management skills in biological technologies which keep us abreast with the new technologies with the rest of the world.
Fields of competence: Environmental Management, Environmental Impact Assessment, Sustainability management, integrated waste management strategies, Acid Mine Drainage Remediation- Biological methods, Biological Control strategies, Biodiversity assessments

Mr Mashaba Bob Nemakundani

Geo- Tech and Geo-Hydrology
BESMEG (Mining and Environmental Geology)
MSc (Geo-Tech Civil engineering) University of Jo-burg-Wits (Current field of study)

 

He has two year practical work experience in the Geo- tech and Geo- hydrology which also form part of Environmental Impact Assessment; he also has knowledge in mineral identification. He gained practical work experience while working as an individual consultant for contract work within the Limpopo province.
Fields of competence: Geo-tech, Geo hydrology, mineral exploration and mining.

Mr Netsianda Mulalo

Environmentalist
Honors in Bachelor of Sciences in mining and
Environmental Geology University of Venda

 

 

He has practical Experience in management of various Environmental Impact Assessment Projects for the Construction of Roads and Bridges in Limpopo, Budgeting, Site investigation, reporting, liaising with Authorities and public participation facilitation. Environmental Impact Assessments for the development of formal residential areas at Lephalale, Mutale and Tubatse Municipality.Geotechnical Investigation for the construction of Educational facilities, in the Sekhukhune District, Limpopo. 

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