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Ndabezinhle Luke Dlodlo

Ndabezinhle Luke Dlodlo was educated and worked in Midlands as a Teacher at Amaveni Primary School, Gresham Primary School, Mashoko Mission Primary School and Mokopane Primary School in Ramotswa Botswana [during 1964 to  1974]. He obtained a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Government and Politics from Brunel University (UK) in 1979 and joined Longman Zimbabwe as Editor and Publisher in 1979. He obtained a Masters Degree in Public Administration [MPA] from the University of Zimbabwe in 1993 and became MD of Longman Zimbabwe the following Year [1994]. He transferred to South Africa as Regional Director for New Companies Development in 1999 and retired from Longman companies in 2004. While in South Africa, he obtained Distance Learning Doctor of Divinity Degree and was Ordained as a Reverend of the United Christian Fellowship. He joined NUST (National University of Science and Technology, Bulawayo) in 2005 as a Lecturer specifically to start a Department of Publishing Studies and a publishing company called NUST Press P/L.