• Ph.D.Geology, Applied Environmental Mineralogy and Geochemistry (UJ)
  • MSc Environmental Management (University of South Africa (UNISA)
  • BSc (Hons) in Mining and Environmental Geology (UNIVEN).

  • South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP: Earth Science)
  • South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP: Earth Science)
  • Geological Society of South Africa (GSSA) [Geologist and Hydrogeologist]
  • Land Rehabilitation Society of Southern Africa (LaRSSA)
  • South African Affiliates of the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIAsa)
  • WESSA (People Caring for the Earth)
  • Environmental Assessment Practitioners Association of South Africa (EAPASA)

Dr. Singo is a Principal Consultant (Earth Science), and REAP (EAPASA) in the Mining, Agricultural and Construction sector and currently works for Singo Consulting, an advisory firm based in eMalahleni. He has over 11 years’ experience in diverse areas of natural resources including Geology, Geochemistry and Environmental Geochemistry. He is a coal expect with extensive experience of the Waterberg, Soutpansberg, Witbank, Highveld, and Springbok flats, as well as the Tete (Moatize) coalfield in Mozambique.

Kenneth holds an MSc in Environmental Geochemistry (University of South Africa (UNISA)), BSc (Hons) in Mining and Environmental Geology (the University of Venda), and Ph.D. (Geology, Applied Environmental Mineralogy and Geochemistry) at the University of Johannesburg. Dr. Singo has knowledge of Mine Water and Mine Environmental Management (acid mine drainage, heavy metal assessments and tailings management) in various commodities including coal, gold, magnesite and base metals (Cu, Pb, Zn). He has extensive knowledge of defunct mining waste and waste water impact assessments in communities residing in the vicinity of those mines. This knowledge was gained through MSc. Kenneth has sound knowledge of risk assessment, both in terms of human health and the environment. He is experienced in the appraisal of potential constraints, as well as devising means of mitigation through remedial strategy development, feasibility and validation.

During his PhD studies, Dr. Singo has learned how to operate within contaminated lands. His PhD largely focused on disused mines (gold, copper and magnesite) ranging from Phase I and Phase II investigations to development of remedial strategies (i.e. Phase III). His PhD further equipped him to intensively understand the waste classification, profiling and understanding of the implications associated with the management of waste, landfill disposal profiling and development of beneficiation strategies.