Ruvimbo Penina Moyo
Ruvimbo Penina Moyo obtained a Master of Architecture (Professional) degree from the University of Cape Town. She is interested in the relationship between sustainability and housing in contemporary Africa and has spoken on this topic at the 2011 Decorex ‘Conversations on Architecture’ in Cape Town. Her thesis based paper ‘Utopia of the Developing World’ was published in the 2013 Zawia ‘Utopia’ issue (Milan, London, Cairo) and also featured in the POVO Journal 2014 Inaugural Women’s Edition.
Her paper ‘Nkandlagate: Only Partial Evidence of Urban African Inequality’ was published in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology- Department of Architecture journal ‘Thresholds 43: Scandalous’ in 2015.
She has worked for Pearce McComish Tarabuku Architects in Harare, Louis Karol Architects in Cape Town and is currently working at Make|Fabian Architects in Cape Town.