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White women and domesticity in colonial Zimbabwe, c.1890 to 1980
The study analyses white women‟s experiences in colonial Zimbabwe in relation to domesticity. As in most new colonial territories, one of the mandates of the coloniser was to domesticate „the wild‟ (that is the indigenous ...
‘A Crisis of Expectation?’ Narratives on the Impact of Migration on Gender and Family in Zimbabwe, 2000-2011
(University of Zimbabwe, 2013)
The article employs the narratives of those left behind to explore the impact of migration on the Zimbabwean family institution and its gender terrain in the post- 2000 period. It uses narratives collected from various ...
“Resettled and Yet Unsettled?” Land Conflicts and Food (in) security in Insiza North, Zimbabwe, 2005-2013
The Land resettlement programme in Zimbabwe beginning around 2000 has been hotly contested within and outside the country. The land occupations had far reaching effects on the social, political and economic landscape of ...