Human beings seem to have been engineered such that they naturally do not take kindly to interruption. But there is a form of interruption that everybody yearns for. Bravo to two senior members of the Department of Chemical Engineering. On 22 January 2018 Julia Baah, the Acting Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, and Njabulo Zulu, the Acting Head of the Department, had to put a pause on their meeting for some minutes. This is a pause that was dominated by lots of laughter when Julia and Njabulo had to welcome two MUT graduates. “I had to be a mother to them,” said Julia with a huge laugh about Felix Kunene and his classmates. Felix, now an award winning businessman who was congratulated by the Swazi King, Mswati III last month when he won the Swaziland young entrepreneur of the year. In his discussion with his ‘mother,’ Julia, Felix said he was interested in working with MUT’s chemical engineering department in water treatment and environmental management projects. He is the co-founder of Waterman Swaziland, a water solutions company. Felix was with Sikhumbuzo Dvuba another MUT graduate from Swaziland. They were both SRC members during their study from 1998-2000. Mike Naidoo, MUT’s Registrar, said he had a good time with the two alumni. Sikhumbuzo, who is Felix’s uncle, graduated with a Diploma in Marketing.