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    • C.D.S: Current Practices and Imperatives for Change 

      Pashapa, P. (Department of Teacher Education (DTE), University of Zimbabwe, 2000-03)
      The article outlines the origin of the Curriculum Depth Study in Zimbabwe 's Teacher Education Curriculum. After the broad focus it focuses on Curriculum Depth Study activities at Mkoba Teachers ’ College. The activities ...
    • Caesarean section rate as a process indicator of safe motherhood programmes: the case of Midlands Province 

      Zezai, A.; Apers, L.; Zishiri, C. (Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), Faculty of Medicine, University of Zimbabwe (UZ)., 2001-05)
      More than 10 years after the launch of the Safe Motherhood Initiative in 1987 in Kenya, many African countries still experience high levels of maternal mortality. Although this is recognized by most stakeholders in the ...
    • CAMPFIRE; Policy Changes & Legislative Amendments - Programme Impact in the New Millennium. 

      Moyo, M. (Centre for Applied Social Sciences (CASS) , University of Zimbabwe., 2000-02)
      This paper first looks at the resource tenure and local governance contexts within which the CAMPFIRE programme is being implemented and associated institutional arrangements. This background is useful in the understanding ...
    • Can Schools Teach Democracy? 

      Babarinde, Kola (Human Resourse Research Centre, (HRRC), University of Zimbabwe., 1984-11)
      There is widespread assumption that the school is capable of successfully bringing about any form of learning. As a result, current clamouring for transition to democratic form of government, especially in developing ...
    • Can Transformational Leadership Lead To School Improvement And School Effectiveness? 

      Muzvidziwa, I. (Department of Teacher Education (DTE), University of Zimbabwe, 1999-08)
      This article examines the link between transformational leadership and collaborative school cultures, in promoting school improvement arid school effectiveness. The author seeks to highlight the importance of transformational ...
    • Cancer of the Lung in Gwanda 

      Osburn, H.S. (Faculty of Medicine, Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University College of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe), 1957-06)
    • Capital Punishment, the Death Row Phenomenon and the Supreme Court of Nigeria: Onuoha Kalu vs. The State [1998] 12 S.C.N.J. 1 

      Oba, A.A. (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1999)
      The issue of constitutionality1 2 of capital punishment and some aspects of the punishment came before the Supreme Court of Nigeria in Onuoha Kalii v The State? This was the first time that the issue was properly raised ...
    • Cardiac Disease of Obscure Origin in Africa 

      Gelfand, Michael (Faculty of Medicine, Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University College of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe), 1958-09)
      Within recent years a number of papers have emanated from East, West, Central and South Africa, all reporting a form or forms of congestive heart failure, the etiology of which remains obscure. Interest in this subject ...
    • Career aspirations of University Of Zimbabwe geography undergraduate students and the supply of graduate geography teachers 

      Zinyama, L.M. (Human Resource Research Centre (HRRC) , University of Zimbabwe (UZ.), 1991-03)
      Before independence, the majority of geography graduates from the University of Zimbabwe, particularly blacks, used to become teachers in secondary schools. Employment opportunities outside the teaching profession were ...
    • Case Study Of Multiculturalism And Diversity In Art And Design Teaching And Learning In Selected Secondary Schools In Bulawayo 

      Mamvuto, Attwell. (Department of Teacher Education (DTE), University of Zimbabwe, 2006-11)
      This ethnographic study was instituted to investigate how Art and Design teachers conceptualized and implemented the constructs of multiculturalism and diversity in art teaching. It also sought to explore how the constructs ...
    • Case Study: The Zimbabwe Cotton Marketing Board 

      Blackie, Malcolm J. (Department of Land Management (DLM) ; University of Zimbavbwe (UZ), 1983-03)
      While cotton is indigenous to Zimbabwe, it was not grown as a commercial crop prior to the twentieth century. In l9l9 cotton seeds were distributed to large- scale farmers in Zimbabwe and the Empire Cotton Growing Corporation ...
    • Cash Cropping Incentives, Food Marketing Performance And The Divergence Between National And Household Comparative Advantage: Evidence From Zimbabwe 

      Jayne, Thomas S. (Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe., 1992-04)
      A growing body of evidence throughout Sub-Saharan Africa argues for the pursuit of a food security strategy based on diversification of smallholder agriculture into high-valued cash crops. The empirical record suggests ...
    • ‘Catch Them Young' Cadet Schools as Modern Initiation Lodges: A Case Study of Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) 1900-1968. 

      Mada, Gilbert (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe (UZ)., 2007-07)
      This article examines the cadet system paying special attention to its curriculum, aims and objectives in the context of the discourse of masculinity and martial orientation of young lads as it afforded the young boys with ...
    • Cereals Trade Patterns in the SADCC Region 

      Kingsbury, David; Stackhouse, Lee Ann; Rusike, Joseph (2014-10-03)
      In recent years, the nine member states of SADCC have increasingly voiced an interest in expanded intra-regional trade as one strategy towards increased food security within the region. The fact that six of the nine countries ...
    • Cereals Trade Patterns In The Sadcc Region 

      Kingsbury, David.; Stackhouse, Lee Ann; Rusike, Joseph (Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe, 1988)
      The general objectives of the research project are as follows: 1. To describe current and historical .patterns of agricultural trade: within the SADCC region; between SADCC countries and South Africa; and between SADCC ...
    • Challenges For Environmental Management In The Mining Sector 

      Gambara, C.Z.; Mazvimavi, D. (Institute of Mining Research (University of Zimbabwe), 2006-11)
      Revenue from mineral resources has contributed to the improvement of the quality of life in several countries globally. The importance of mining in the SADC region is demonstrated by the amount of minerals produced; 40% ...
    • Changes In African Disease Patterns With Western Acculturation 

      Donaldson, John .F. (Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe (formerly University College of Rhodesia), 1971-03)
      Perhaps every physician in Rhodesia today has an impression in the back of his mind that as the cultural patterns of the Africans change, so also do their diseases. The situation under which this study was undertaken seemed ...
    • Children after the Long Socio-economic Crisis in Zimbabwe: Situation Analysis and Policy Issues 

      Munro., Lauchlan T. (Institute of Environmental Studies (IES) (UZ), 2012-08)
      Children in Zimbabwe suffered badly during the long socioeconomic crisis in Zimbabwe from about 1990 to 2008. During its peak, from 2002 to 2008, health, nutrition, education and other social indicators in Zimbabwe reached ...
    • Children and Adults' Memory for Faces: Implications for Face Identification Procedures in Criminal Investigations 

      Chiroro, Patrick; Sithole, Stabiso; Muromo, Tinashe (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1997)
      Witnesses to a crime are often required to identify a suspect from a police line-up or photo spread. Positive identification of a suspect made under oath and with confidence by one or more witnessess is usually considered ...
    • Children's Literature, Child Engineering And The Search For An Ennobling Gender Paradigm 

      Muhwati, Itai; Gwekwerere, Tavengwa; Gambahaya, Zifikile (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 2010-07)
      The article is an exegesis of selected works of Zimbabwean children’s literature in English. It discusses these works with a view to unravel perspectives on gender and child engineering. The conceptual and epistemological ...