Martin Manuhwa is the Vice President of the World Federation of Engineering organisations (WFEO) where he Chairs the Anti-Corruption Committee. He is the Chairman of the Engineering Council of Zimbabwe (ECZ) the National Member of WFEO. He a member of the WFEO Energy and Capacity Building Committees. He is the Past President of the Southern African Federation of Engineering Organisations (SAFEO), Vice President of the Federation of African Engineering Organisations (FAEO) and again chairs the FAEO Anti-Corruption Committee. He is Past President of the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers (ZIE). He sits in the advisory board of the London based Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC). He is Co-founder and Director of GIACC-Zimbabwe.
He is Managing Consultant of the Zimbabwe Africa Infrastructure Development Group (ZAIDG), a company that specializes in engineering procurement and construction projects. ZAIDG works with Hatch Africa (Pty) Ltd in Zimbabwe to deliver infrastructure solutions in the power industry, mining and public arena. He is an electrical and energy construction engineer. His engineering practice is in energy, construction projects, worksite project implementation and management.
His research interest is in the use of Management Information Systems in construction and project management and he is currently a Doctoral Associate at the University of Cape Town where he is researching on the link of ICTs and Productivity in Engineering Projects. He taught part time Management Information Systems for MBA graduate students at the University of Zimbabwe. He sits in various engineering faculty advisory boards in Zimbabwe and SADC. Eng. Manuhwa was the chair of the Electrical and Mechanical Industry Sector Committee for NAMACO which he represented in the NAMACO Council. He has received numerous awards, including the SKF service to engineering award.