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Tourism To Parks In Zimbabwe: 1969-1988
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1989-12)
International and domestic tourism creates considerable economic activity in Zimbabwe and is an important source of foreign currency. The Zimbabwean tourist industry is largely based upon marketing a ‘wilderness experience’ ...
Towards Sustainable Urban Organic Agriculture and Food Security in Zimbabwe: a Comparative Study of Urban Low and High Density Suburbs of Mabelreign-Marlborough-Westgate and Mabvuku-Tafara, Harare 2005-2008
(Human Resource Research Centre (HRRC) , University of Zimbabwe (UZ.), 2009-11)
The global food crisis is a real observable fact the world over and it is likely to remain with us if unsustainable food production methods are not in place. The food crisis is regarded as a serious number one problem the ...
State and Industrial Relations in Developing Countries: Focus on Zimbabwe: Paper prepared for the 8th World Congress of The International Industrial Relations Association, Brussels: 4 - 8 September, 1989
(Institute of Development Studies, Zimbabwe (ZIDS. ), 1989-09-04)
Tourism In Developing Countries: Selected Case Studies
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1989-09)
This paper begins by discussing some of the less developed areas of Europe, where tourism has generally been very successful. It then moves on to deal with islands in the Pacific and Indian Oceans and the Caribbean, ending ...
Problems Associated with the Growth of International Firms
(Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1969-12)
The term “international firm” is used in this paper to describe a business organization that is engaged in production in a number of countries through branches, subsidiaries, or affiliates, which may or may not be separate ...
Globalisation: A Menace To African Values And Education
(Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 2003-03)
Globalization has become a conspicuous phenomenon of our time and has attracted the attention of many. This paper examines the place of Africa in the global village by showing what the African continent stands to gain in ...
Assessing the importance of international banks in attracting FDI into Zimbabwe
Globalisation has literally reduced the world into one market place where distance does not matter anymore and technology advancement revolutionised global trade. Unfortunately, as much as the world has become one village ...