Edmundo Munguambe

Edmundo Munguambe

Sponsored By: SASOL

Studying at:Industrial and Commerical Institute, Matola, Mozambique

There is no such powerful tool in the world bigger than knowledge, so never stop efforts chasing and applying it for the good of society. To build yourself and be a skilled professional you need more than hard work; you need to love, be creative, and be motivated for more.

Quick Fire Questions

Favourite film/TV Programme
Black Panther
Favourite colour
Favourite school subject
Mass and heat transfer
Favourite childhood toy
Video games
You’ve just won the lottery, what’s the first thing you will buy?
I would buy or build a very nice house
Where in Mozambique did you grow up?
I grew up in Maputo with my mother, father, my two sisters and my little brother. My mother runs her own business and so does my father, but in addiction he works as a carpenter.
What’s your most memorable childhood memory?
My favorite memory from childhood is decorating Christmas trees with my cousins, sister and father, that was awesome and unforgettable!
Who is your favourite music artist?
I like Hip Hop such as Kanye West, Jay-Z, Asap Rocky, lately I have been very fond of trap music, like Migos, Fetty Wap and others, I like a lot listen to soul, R&B, tropical music, and sometimes old school Mozambican music.
What would you like to be doing in 5 years time?
In five years I have short and long-range plans. In the first 3 years I want to acquire more abilities, technical and personal skills with Field Ready in order to offer competitive services anywhere I go. In addiction I want to lead and build a team, become an excellent researcher and somehow help the company to develop.
Finally, my long plans in five years are to map out all the needed resources to run my own company which will activate natural national clays for industrials applications.
I would love to travel with my job and it would be great to work offshore with a group.
What or who is your biggest inspiration?
My biggest Inspiration is my father, I admire the way he has been working hard for us and he has given his best for our development.
What is your biggest achievement to date?
I am very proud of being an undergraduate chemical engineer and being part of the first field ready program here in Mozambique.
Finally, what is your most hated food?
The food I hate the most is Tseke. Luckily no one likes it at home and my mother hardly cooks it!