Ethan R. Esbach


Ethan has worked extensively in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Business Administration, and Sales and Marketing.

Through his experience with theory and practice, he has developed simple but effective methods to help students understand complicated concepts. His clear and concise approach encourages students to be original thinkers and to look for creative solutions in their work.

Ethan has a special interest in supporting Masters candidates who wish to undertake high-quality research, which is of an international standard. He believes that South African students are fully capable of competing globally in their chosen fields.



Wighens has professional and academic experience in the field of Chemical process engineering with strength in water & wastewater treatments, mineral processing & hydrometallurgy, and biochemical engineering.

He can teach subjects such as chemical engineering technology, chemical engineering plant, heat and mass transfer, unit operations in chemical engineering, including mathematics and science, to high school pupils.

Wighens offers his time to assist students working on their final year projects, in-service training reports, and candidates submitting their Master's dissertation.



Ngudo has a strong sense of the principles taught in mathematics. He offers assistance in Electrotechnology, Fluid Mechanics, Computer-Aided Drawings, and Mechanics of Machines in the mechanical engineering course. He enjoys assisting his students who require help in their subjects and always willing to help.

Ngudo has practical and academic experience with a focus on mathematics and physical science for high school pupils. He is committed to assisting students from various institutions who major in Mechanical Engineering.

Ngudo and his primary school learners work together on their school project for submission. He offers career guidance.