Peter Onu works in the Department of Quality and Operations Management, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment at
the University of Johannesburg in Johannesburg, South Africa. Professor Charles Mbohwa is a Professor in the Faculty of Engineering
and the Built Environment. He is currently Acting Executive Dean, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment at the
University of Johannesburg and is an established researcher and professor in the field of sustainability engineering and energy.
Upon graduating with his BSc Honours in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Zimbabwe in 1986, he was employed as
a mechanical engineer by the National Railways of Zimbabwe. He holds a Masters in Operations Management and Manufacturing
Systems from University of Nottingham and completed his doctoral studies at Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology in
Japan. He was a Fulbright Scholar visiting the Supply Chain and Logistics Institute at the School of Industrial and Systems
Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, a Japan Foundation Fellow, is a Fellow of the Zimbabwean Institution of Engineers
and is a registered mechanical engineer with the Engineering Council of Zimbabwe. He has also visited many countries on research
and training engagements including the United Kingdom, Japan, German, France, the USA, Brazil, Sweden, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya,
Tanzania, Malawi, Mauritius, Austria, the Netherlands, Uganda, Namibia and Australia. He has had several awards including
British Council Scholarship, Japanese Foundation Fellowship, Kubota Foundation Fellowship; Fulbright Fellowship.