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Lunga Msengana

Gauteng, South Africa
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Lunga Msengana is a Professional Engineering Technologist registered with Engineering Council of South Africa and holds a BSc Hons in Applied Science (with specialization in Electronic Engineering) through the University of Pretoria. Years later, his passion for projects led him to formally studying Project Management, which he obtained a Masters of Commerce in Project Management (Cum Laude) with Cranefield College of Project and Programme Management. In his career life, he has worked as a technician, Business Analyst, Engineer and Project Manager. He had the opportunity to work for Denel, Saab Tech, Molapo Technology, and Vodacom South Africa. He is currently a project manager for Eskom Telecommunications. He is also an Associate Lecturer at Cranefield College of Project and Programme Management. He also serves as a non-executive director for World Vision South Africa. Lunga is a member of Project Management South Africa (PMSA) and the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa (IoDSA). In November 2012, Lunga published a book titled “The Missing Link in Projects”. The book gives full credit to the human factor in project management and it acknowledges the vital role people play in the unfolding of projects. It is well understood that project management has two main streams, the technical and the personal component. The personal component plays a role as it involves the people, and the key to project success is the people. However, the human aspect in projects is the most neglected. The book discusses topics in easy to read format. Lunga Msengana can be contacted at

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