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An analysis of the impact of perennial water problems on time and economic affordability for women working outside the home in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe
Every Zimbabwean has the right to safe and potable water and for women the right to water is intrinsically linked with their lives and the realisation of this right ensures for them the right to a secure livelihood. They ...
A critical investigation into how the corroborative evidence ‘rule’ in rape and defilement cases traumatises and violates the rights of women and girls who are victims of rape and defilement in Zambia: A study carried out in Lusaka city of Zambia
(University of Zimbabwe, 2016-04)
This study investigates how the corroborative evidence or cautionary ‘rule’ (in reality, a practice that has hardened into a ‘rule’ as a result of judicial interpretation) in sexual offences, such as rape and defilement, ...
“A CASE OF CULTURE GONE AWRY”: AN INVESTIGATION OF FEMALE INITIATION CEREMONIES AND NYAU DANCE VIGILS ON THE RIGHTS OF TEENAGE GIRLS TO EDUCATION AND SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AMONGST MIGRANT COMMUNITIES IN NORTON, ZIMBABWE
This dissertation focuses on the harm suffered by teenage girls who, often forced into early marriages by poverty, must first engage in the customary practices of initiation ceremonies followed by participation in highly ...
Interrogating marriage as an organizing framework in land based businesses: A Case Study of women horticulture farmers in Ward 25, Nyadire District, Mutoko, Zimbabwe
This study explores married women’s rights and entitlements in horticulture businesses located in irrigation schemes in Ward 25 in Nyadire District, Mutoko, Zimbabwe. The study is primarily directed at understanding the ...