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    • Mafikeng To Mmabatho: Village To Capital City 

      Cowley, J. (Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1986-12)
      This article examines the growth and development of Mafikeng from the precolonial village settlement (from which the name is obtained) to the present day. During this period, the town and the inhabitants have faced a number ...
    • Mainstream Children’s Attitudes Towards Integration With The Disabled In Zimbabwe’s Secondary Schools 

      Zindi, Fred (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 1996-03)
      Five hundred pupils (250 males and 250 females) aged about 16 years and attending third form classes in regular urban and rural secondary schools throughout Zimbabwe responded to a questionnaire based on their attitudes ...
    • Maintaining and Comparing Standards of Academic Performance of Learners in an integrated Namibian Senior Secondary School System. 

      Mkandawire, Donton S.J. (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe., 1993-11)
      Similar to former British colonies, especially in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) region of Southern Africa, Namibia inherited an educational system which was very much fragmented on racial and ethnic ...
    • Maize Marketing In East And Southern Africa: Increasing The Efficiency Of Parastatal Systems 

      Muir, Kay; Blackie, Malcolm (Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe, 1988)
      Sub-Saharan . Africa is characterized by widespread poverty and rapid population growth. Millions of Africans today are malnourished, and many more, perhaps 100 million or more, would eat better if they could (.Rotberg, ...
    • Maize Price Cycles in Southern and Eastern Africa 

      Muir, Kay; Blackie, Malcolm (Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe., 1988)
      Maize prices have been established by central government in most countries in the region since the 1930s. Maize is the most important staple crop and adequate supplies are essential to food security. The major concern in ...
    • Major Institutional Requirements for Successful Economic Development 

      Pejovich, Svetozar (Rhodesian Economic Society. University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1968-12)
      Let me begin this paper with a quote from an article published in the Rhodesian Journal of Economics: “If one assumes an incremental capital- output ratio for Rhodesia of the order of 3 :1 and a desired rate of economic ...
    • Majority Rule and Economic Development Strategy 

      Maasdorp, Gavin (Rhodesian Economic Society. University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1979-06)
      Rhodesia will take the step to majority rule, as Zimbabwe, just over 30 years after the post-World War II rush to independence started, and just over 20 years after that phenomenon hit sub-Saharan Africa. The attainment ...
    • Making Optimum Use of the Limited Agricultural Resources of the Tribal Areas of S.W. Matabeleland 

      Hawkins, P. (Rhodesian Economic Society. University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1979-09)
      The title of this paper requires that it should at least:- a) Define the area under consideration. b) Outline its physical characteristics so that its agricultural resources may be established. c) Outline its socio-economic ...
    • Making Research Ethics Review Work In Zimbabwe —- The Case For Investment In Local Capacity 

      Mielke, J.; Ndebele, P. (Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe, 2004-11)
      Much has been written in recent years about the need to improve research ethics review in developing countries. Because of the involvement of researchers and sponsors from North America and Europe, including pharmaceutical ...
    • Malaria in Infancy 

      Colbourne, M.J. (Faculty of Medicine, Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University College of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe), 1959-02)
      To the epidemiologist malaria in the infant is of two-fold interest. In highly "malarious" areas it is the first attacks, occurring during the early years of life, which build up a relative immunity at the cost of considerable ...
    • Management and Performance of Eucalyptus camaldulensis in the Murewa and Mutoko Districts of Zimbabwe 

      Mandondo, A; Jackson, J (2014-09-23)
      The standards of management achieved by eucalypt growers in Zimbabwe's rural areas affect the performance of the woodlots. Several woodlot achievement indicators - basal area growth, height growth, survival rates and ...
    • Management of Incomplete Abortion as an Outpatient Procedure 

      Allen, A.; Philpott, R.H. (Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe (formerly University College of Rhodesia.)., 1971-05)
      Between 800 and 1,200 cases of abortion are seen annually at Harare Hospital, Salisbury. Prior to 1st February, 1969, all cases of incomplete abortion were routinely admitted to the gynecological ward for observation and ...
    • Manpower requirements and existing vacancies: a note on the Central Statistical Office survey 

      Harris, P.S. (Rhodesian Economic Society. (RES) University of Rhodesia (UR) (now University of Zimbabwe.) (UZ.), 1972-06)
      The labour market in Rhodesia may be divided, both on a practical and a legal level, into skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled segments. Employment and training policies will, moreover, be directly influenced by the ...
    • Manufacturing Industry and Export Prospects 

      Whyte, Peter (Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1972-12)
      The tremendous growth of Rhodesian secondary industry over the past seven years has brought important benefits to our economy by way of increased levels of economic activity and employment. Industrial growth has also ...
    • Maputo: Capital of Mozambique 

      Kay, George (Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) ( formerly Geographical Association of Rhodesia (GAR).), 1983-09)
    • Marginal Protein Malnutrition In Some Rhodesian African School Children 

      Norden, D.A; Chaibva, N (Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe (formerly University College of Rhodesia.)., 1972-06)
      Children living on a poor diet and showing no clinical signs of protein deficiency may nevertheless have an imbalance of certain amino acids in their plasma (Whitehead, 1964; Whitehead and Dean, 1964). A small pilot survey ...
    • Marginalisation of the Marginalised: Plight of Children with Disabilities. 

      Kuyayama, Alice (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe (UZ)., 2011-07)
      This study sought to find out the different types of care given to children with disabilities (CwDs), 3-5 years and the capacity of parents in providing for their needs. Attitudes and perceptions of parents towards CwDs ...
    • Marketing Of Resource Products: Understanding How Markets Work 

      Veeman, Michelle (Institute of Environmental Studies (IES) ; University of Zimbabwe, 2001)
      This primer focuses on the operations and functions of markets for resource and forest products. Markets are fundamental in aiding the exchange of goods and services between people within an economy and in the distribution ...
    • Marketing Wildlife Products and Services 

      Muir, Kay (Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension ( AEE) ; University of Zimbabwe, 1988)
    • Markets For Three Bark Products In Zimbabwe: A Case Study Of Markets For Bark Of Adansonia Digitata, Berchemia Discolor And Warburgia Salutaris 

      Veeman, M.; Cocks, M.; Muwonge, A.; Choge, S.; Campbell, B. (Institute of Environmental Studies (IES) ; University of Zimbabwe, 2001)
      Markets for craft and medicinal products derived from the bark of three tree species were assessed in rural and urban areas of Zimbabwe. Bark crafts from Adansonia digitata (baobab) are widely sold in these regions. The ...