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Information scientist

Hamilton Makotoko Mphidi, South African information scientist. Achievements include research in Investigation on Bridging the Digital divide in South Africa. Recipient Service award, Radio Tuks, 1997. Provincial chair Anglican Student Federation, 1999—2001; heading information service division Hamnet, 2002—2005; Member of Sizanani Tuks Alumni (correspondent; secretary 2004-2005).

Background

Mphidi, Hamilton Makotoko was born on July 25, 1977 in Polokwane, Limpopo, South Africa. Son of Muvhango Edward and Sewela Francinah Mphidi.

Education

Bachelor of Library. & Information Science, University Pretoria, 1999. Degree in library science (honorary), University Pretoria, 2000. Master in Information Science, University Pretoria, 2003.

Career

Music library Radio Tuks, Pretoria, South Africa, 1996—1999. Tutor Department Information Science, 1998—2000. Information assistant University Pretoria, 1999—2000, information specialist, 2000—2005.

Consultant Hamnet, Pretoria, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Investigation on Bridging the Digital divide in South Africa.

Membership

Provincial chair Anglican Student Federation, 1999—2001. Heading information service division Hamnet, 2002—2005. Member of Sizanani Tuks Alumni (correspondent.

Secretary 2004-2005).

Connections

father:
Muvhango Edward

mother:
Sewela Francinah Mphidi