Chiedza Kambasha is new Ricochet Satellite Technology license holder and practitioner
ZIMBABWEAN businesswoman Dr Chiedza Kambasha has been confirmed by the high-tech Swiss company Ricochet Satellite Technology (RST) as its sole African new licence holder and practitioner from the period of 2015 – 2022.
According to the RST website, Kambasha becomes the youngest and first practitioner of African descent to hold the world-class licence.
The 32-year-old entrepreneur is part a group of licence holders with all continents represented by exceptionally experienced candidates selected from a pool of 80 000 potential holders.
Ricochet Satellite Technology has been at the forefront of cutting edge 5D and Radar Satelite Technology designed by German engineers and Swiss/British scientists.
The coming year is expected to be the year in which governments and conglomerates are able to expand operations across Mining, Agriculture, Education, Energy and Healthcare using the latest technology towards value addition and building equity while growing a sustainable base and a great Return on Investment (ROI).
In mining, nations will be in a position to quantify and explore mineral reserves with precision and cut costs which usually rise into billions of dollars. The reduction in exploration and other pre- mining costs will allow nations and companies to spend more on the actual mining and/or beneficiation of the minerals.
Other licence holders include Australian Matthew Gosford Miller while Asia is represented by Lee-Hong mae Jin Ping.
Europe will be represented by Louis Brackenbury while Professor Madison Hasso is the licence holder for the Americas.
Ricochet Satellite Technology was established in 1995 by German engineers and British scientists in Luxembourg.
RST pioneered the Capri satellite that has been a key igniter in frequency used in the telecomms and nano-satellite solutions used in precision processes in multi-faceted industry globally.
RST selects licence holders/practitioners every five years from a global pool of over 80 000 applicants who undergo rigorous tests and practice-based exercises to which their selection is made by its board of directors, stakeholders and the private investors that have funded developments in the technology since 1995 in excess of £112billion to date. .
Practitioners are selected according to their industry expertise, educational and cultural background, age and health examination reports, Ricochet Satellite Technology works with world-leading scientists and experts to continue to make a meaningful contribution towards a sustainable future which technology is a significant element. .
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