The Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers (ZIE) was founded in 1944. It was incorporated in 1953 as a Learned Society or Professional Body for Engineering Professionals in the then Rhodesia. ZIE is housed at CONQUENAR House, 256 Samora Machel Ave East in Eastlea, Harare. The Institution is a private professional body made up of its members.
Operations and membership are regulated by a Private Act of Parliament, and is in turn regulated by the Engineering Council of Zimbabwe (ECZ), mandated by the Engineering Council Act 27:22. ZIE is a multi-disciplinary Institution covering all engineering disciplines. It is as a Learned Society similar in many ways to other Professional Associations in the country and elsewhere.
Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers at a Glance
Thamsaqa Mpala — President
The disciplines of engineering can be divided into six main categories, ICT, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Structural Engineering.
Provides a wider perspective on the nature of technology, its use and application to the living world.
Deals with the study of operation and design of chemical plants as well as methods of improving production.
Deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environments.
Deals with the study, design, and application of equipment, devices, and systems which use electronics.
Deals with materials science to design, analyze, manufacture and maintain mechanical systems.
Deals with the designing of 'bones and muscles' that create the form and shape of man-made structures.
Our 2022 Activities
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AAP FAEO FEIAP WFEO-CECB-ZIE-Engineering for the Future NOTICE & CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers (ZIE), Engineering
Council of Zimbabwe (ECZ), World Federation of
Engineering Organisations Committee in Engineering
Capacity Building (WFEO-CECB) , Federation of African
Engineering Organisations (FAEO), Federation of
Engineering Institutions in Asia Pacific (FEIAP) and Africa
Asia Pacific (AAP) Accord, Partnering with UNESCO.
AAP WFEO CECB GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACTS for the International Engineering Education Capacity Building & ZIE Biennial Conference
THE 2022 AFRICA ASIA PACIFIC ACCORD & WFEO-CECB INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION FORUM AND THE ZIMBABWE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS BIENNIAL CONFERENCE