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    • Factors Affecting Condom Use Among Nigerian University Students. 

      Petzer, Karl; Oladimeji, Yetunde; Morakinyo, Olufemi. (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe (UZ)., 2001-11)
      The aim of the study was to investigate factors affecting condom use among first-year orientation students of the Obafemi Awolowo University, iie-lfe, Nigeria.The sample included 450 students. 220 (48.9%) males and 230 ...
    • Factors and Determinants of Primary Teacher Effectiveness in Zimbabwe 

      Chivore, Boniface.R.S. (Human Resource Research Centre, (HRRC), University of Zimbabwe., 1994-11)
      This article is part of the study carried out in Zimbabwe between 1988 and 1994. The article examines primary teacher effectiveness using such variables as supervision by school heads and education officers, availability ...
    • Factors Contributing to Teacher Truancy in Two Secondary Schools in Bulawayo 

      Munikwa, Simbarashe; Svogie, Ezekiel; Chinamasa, Emmanuel (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe (UZ)., 2012-07)
      This report presents findings from a case study of teacher truancy in two high schools in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Qualitative data from case studies exploring teacher truancy were followed by quantitative data using surveys. ...
    • Factors In The Career Choices Of Zimbabwean Sixth Form Students 

      Siyakwazi, P. D.; Dengu, E. (Department of Teacher Education (DTE), University of Zimbabwe, 2000-03)
      This paper discusses the factors that influence career choices of Sixth form students in Zimbabwe. The study considers factors such as family influence, peer pressure and school influence in making career choices. Although ...
    • Factors Influencing Economic Development in Rural Areas 

      Weinrich, A.K.H. (Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1975-03)
      I have just published a book : “African Farmers in Rhodesia” (International African Institute, London, 1975) which deals with the very topic I have been asked to speak to you about. I shall therefore give you in this lecture ...
    • Factors Influencing Lecturer Research Output In New Universities In Zimbabwe 

      Chinamasa, Emmanuel . (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 2012-07)
      The purpose of this study which is the initial stage of a doctoral study was to find factors promoting and those affecting lecturers research output in new universities in Zimbabwe. This was prompted by the observation ...
    • Factors Influencing Participation In Adult Education At Three Colleges In Zimbabwe 

      Zinyama, Patricia Tsitsi (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 2005-03)
      The sudden upsurge in student numbers seeking skilled related further education courses at Zimbabwe polytechnics and technical colleges prompted this study to search for the factors driving adults from all walks of life ...
    • Farm economics with particular reference to farm management 

      Harrison, J.E. (Rhodesian Economic Society. (RES) University of Rhodesia (UR) (now University of Zimbabwe.) (UZ.), 1967-12)
      I should like to commence by quoting briefly from Sir Miles Thomas’s biography—a quotation I consider important because it was made by one of the leading business managers of the twentieth century. “My farming venture in ...
    • Farm Labourers in Rhodesia 

      Chavunduka, Gordon L. (Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1972-12)
      Although a few studies of urban workers in Rhodesia have now been done, farm workers have received little attention. We know very little about farm workers, that is, their social composition, family life, mobility, attitudes ...
    • Farming systems in Zimbabwe’s smallholder agricultural sector: the case of Gokwe South District 

      Hanyani-Mlambo, B.T.; Sibanda, S.; Rukuni, Mandivamba (Department Of Agricultural Economics and Extension (DAEE) (University of Zimbabwe) (UZ), 2000-03)
      Farming systems in Gokwe South District today are essentially the product of interactions between local indigenous cultivation systems and external interventions. Dryland crop production is the major income generating ...
    • Feedback Inhibition of Nitrogen Fixation by Plant and Environmental Factors 

      Liya, S.M.; Agboola, A.A.; Odu, C.T.I. (University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Publications. (Department of Soil Sciences), 1998)
      A literature review provides evidence that legumes have greater requirements for water and nutrients, and are more sensitive to toxicities of Mn and A1 than non-legumes. Furthermore, legumes are more exigent when fixing ...
    • Filariasis on the North Nyasa Lake Shore 

      Oram, R.H. (Faculty of Medicine, Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University College of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe), 1958-03)
      A small series of investigations have been performed to assess the prevalence of microfilaraemia and elephantiasis occurring on the North Nyasa lake shore. Only two areas are present in Nyasaland where filariasis is endemic, ...
    • Finance for Exports 

      Gilbert, John T. (Rhodesian Economic Society. University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1972-12)
      A simple subject with a simple answer is one way of describing the subject matter of this paper but the only really simple part is being played by the speaker who was simple but honoured to accept the invitation of the ...
    • Finance for Industrial Development. 

      Bruce, Noel H. (Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1969-06)
      case in some other fields of economic activity such as, for example, mining or agriculture. To a large extent this arises from the fact that in the industrial sphere it is generally possible to assess the potential results ...
    • Financial Aspects of Project Appraisal 

      Olthof, W. (1990)
      This Teaching Paper has been developed during and after two lecture series in Project Appraisal for students in the postgraduate Diploma programme at the Department of Rural and Urban Planning. In the course of these series ...
    • Financial Small Holder Production: A Comparison Of Individual And Group Credit Schemes In Zimbabwe 

      Bratton, Michael (Department of Land Management (DLM) ; University of Zimbavbwe (UZ), 1985-02)
      The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of farmer organization in the mobilization and administration of agricultural finance. We show that in the communal lands of Zimbabwe, farmer -groups facilitate savings ...
    • Financing African Participation In The Rhodesian Economy 

      Wilde, R.V. (Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1975-03)
      It is necessary at the outset to define the broad context within which this question will be discussed. I am faced with two problems in attempting to do this. In the first place it is virtually impossible when attempting ...
    • Financing District Councils: Local Taxes And Central Allocations 

      Helmsing, A.H.J.; Wekwete, K. (Rural and Urban Planning (RUP), University of Zimbabwe., 1987-06)
      The problem of local government finance is a universal one whose manifestations vary from country to country. The problem is more significant for developing countries where the variety of designated functions for local ...
    • Fiscal Incentives for Good Environmental Management In Zimbabwe 

      Hlatshwayo, Ben (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1996)
      Tax incentives are rarely considered in discussions on environmental protection, yet well structured incentives can be of critical importance in contributing to good environmental management. For tax incentives to contribute ...
    • Fishing in a bathtub: a comprehension of the conflicts in the Lake Kariba inshore fishery (Zimbabwe) 

      Malasha, Isaac (Centre for Applied Social Sciences, University of Zimbabwe., 2002-04)
      Some of the. management problems in the Lake Kariba fishery are related to conflicts between different categories of actors. Principally, there is marked antagonism between gill-net fishing and the tourism industry. Artisanal ...