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Thwala Sandile Ncamiso

GH 21
The Royal Agriculture College
Stroud Road, Cirencester, Glos
United Kingdom, GL7 6JS
Tel: (01285) 652531
Fax: (01285) 650219
Mobile: +44 (0) 7767014640
Ncamisous@yahoo.com, 247107@rac.ac.uk

DATE OF BIRTH: 28 July 1983

LANGUAGE: SiSwati (mother tongue), English (fluent)

A self-motivated and hard working Livestock Development Officer and Environmentalist
with experience in all aspects of livestock production particularly in the areas concerned
with poverty alleviation; food security and rural transformation (i.e. commercialization of
the livestock sub-sector) as well as livestock environment interactions. Interests in
livestock nutrition, veterinary science, vertical integration in livestock production and
livestock environmental interaction especially on the issue of climate change. Ability to
use own initiative and work as part of a team. Proven leadership skills, including
managing and motivating other staff to achieve organisational objectives and leadership
roles at church and school. An effective communicator at all levels within an
organisation. Good problem solving and analytical skills as well as computer literacy.
Currently on a MSc. International Rural Development programme at The Royal
Agricultural College. Hold a BSc. Degree in Animal Production and Health from the
University of Swaziland; have been working for the Swaziland Water and Agriculture
Development Enterprise (SWADE) as a Livestock Development Officer from 2007.

OBJECTIVE: To obtain a position within the exciting field of sustainable development

and management and use of natural resources in the field of rural development.

Current Master of Science in International Rural Development, Royal Agricultural

College, Cirencester, United Kingdom
Subjects: Economics of the Environment; Sustainable Development; Human
Resource Development; Policy Planning and Development; Agricultural
Production Systems; Soil and Water Management; Physical and
Biological Resource Appraisal.

2006 Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Animal Production & Health)

University of Swaziland, Kwaluseni, Swaziland.
Subjects: Animal Production and Health; Land and Water Management;
Agriculture Extension; Agriculture Economics and Management and
Crop Production
Research Topic: “The Effects of Incremental Levels of Dietary Lysine on the
Performance of Broilers.”

2004 Diploma in Agriculture, University of Swaziland, Kwaluseni Swaziland

2000 O’Level Certificate, Masundvwini National High School.


Intensive Rabbit Production; Training of Trainers; Corporate Governance; Work Stress

Management, Speed Reading workshop.

September 2007 to September 2009

Livestock Development Officer (Junior Consultant):

Salile Consulting contracted under Swaziland Water and Agricultural Development
Enterprise (SWADE)
P. O. Box 13, Tshaneni, Swaziland
Tel: +268 – 323 – 2270/3/4
Fax: +268 – 323 – 2271
Email: mail@salile.com
Web: www.swade.co.sz / www.salile.co.sz

Responsibilities include:
• Formulate short, medium and long-term plans and programs for agriculture
(livestock) development within SWADE’s project development areas,
• Advising farmers on the economics of adopting improved animal husbandry
techniques. Poultry (broilers, layers and indigenous chickens); Goat; Dairy; Pig;
Rabbit and Bee production.
• Advising farmers on housing, feeding, breeding, marketing and disease prevention
and control of various livestock species,
• Advising farmers on sustainable rangeland resource utilization and grazing
• Shifting livestock producers from subsistence animal production towards a
commercialized form of production,
• Training subordinate staff on the latest technologies and innovations within the
livestock production and development sector,
• Writing weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
• Collection and maintenance of the livestock data base within SWADE’s project
development area.
• Development of data collection tools for the livestock sector.
June 2005 to August 2005

Internship (field attachment): Crane Feeds/Farm Services,

P. O. Box 1974, Matsapha, Swaziland
Tel: +268 – 518 – 4287
Fax: +268 – 518 – 4442
Email: crane@farmservices.co.sz

Responsibilities include:
• Animal feed raw material receiving and packaging.
• Animal feed processing/manufacturing and packaging.
• Animal feed selling and delivery – dispensary department operation.
• Selling of Animal health products and equipments.
• Consultancy work to farmers involved in animal production (small and large scale
August 2004 to March 2005


• Collection of data thorough a questioner on the tractor hire services on the Swazi
Nation Land
May 2003 to August 2003

Field Attachment: Africa Co-operative Action Trust Swaziland (ACAT)

P. O. Box 283, Mbabane, Swaziland.
Tel: +268 – 404 – 4738
Fax: +268 – 404 – 2446
Email: acat-swz@realnet.co.sz

• Profiling of communities which the organization is involved with.
• Data management of projects on the different communities involved in.
• Extension work on community developmental project management.
• Management of farm personnel of the organization.
• Agribusiness management.
• Dairy, broiler and vegetable production management.
• Capturing of field data to the organization data base.

2007- Date Youth Chairperson – Ludzeludze Free Evangelical Assembles

2004 – 2005 Student Representative Council (SRC) - University of Swaziland.

2000 School Prefect – Masundvwini National High School

Driving Licence: Light Duty, Full, clean, with 3 years experience,
Computer literate: Microsoft Office 2007 (word, excel, PowerPoint, Project).

• Nature and wildlife documentaries,
• Rural Development initiatives.
• Reading and Research.
• Veterinary Science (Wildlife Health)


Mr. Francis Makonese Mr. Thulasizwe C. Dludlu

African Fellowship Director Managing Director
Royal Agricultural College Salile Consultancy
Stroud Road, Cirencester P. O. Box 6305, Manzini, Swaziland
Gl7 6 JS Tel :( Work) +268 – 505 – 6327
Mobile: 07942446435 (Cell) +268 – 602 – 5661
Email: 220757@rac.ac.uk Fax: +268 – 505 – 8165
Web: www.rac.ac.uk Email: dludlut@salile.com
Web: www.salile.co.sz