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Interest Groups in South African Politics.
(UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE Publications (formerly University College of Rhodesia), 1969-01)
Any survey of political behavior in South Africa, ought to begin with a consideration of the role of pressure groups or interest groups. The term “interest group" is to be preferred to "pressure group" because the latter ...
Towards a Stronger Human Rights Culture in Zimbabwe: the Special Role of Lawyers
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1989)
After consulting with the various security authorities, the Government decided in the middle of 1990 that in the light of the improved security situation, the state of emergency which had been continuously in effect since ...
Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency
(Department of Law, University of Rhodesia ( now University of Zimbabwe.) (UZ), 1966-10)
Mr. Starker is a psychologist in the Department of Social Welfare. He asks magistrates to follow up the suggestion of having the parents of delinquent children present in court, and to notify probation officers under whom ...
Common Property or Open Access Resources? Contributions and Crisis
(Department Of Agricultural Economics and Extension (DAEE) (University of Zimbabwe) (UZ), 1996-12)
This paper sets to show the contribution of common property resources (CPRs) to the welfare of communal area (CA) households and the crisis faced by CPRs as reflected by their shrinkage, productivity decline and management ...
What does “people-driven constitutional reform” mean?
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 2009)
A massive debate has emerged in Zimbabwe over the nature of the process of constitutional reform. Virtually all players, from the political parties under the GPA, to civic society as represented in the Zimbabwe People's ...
Voluntary withdrawal from anti-epileptic drugs: impact on employee performance, health and safety
(Human Resource Research Centre (HRRC) , University of Zimbabwe (UZ.), 2006-03)
The study sought to investigate the impact of voluntary withdrawal from anti-epileptic drugs on performance, health and safety. Employees with epilepsy working in sheltered workshops participated in the study. There were ...
Transboundary Natural Resource Management: The Legal and Policy Barriers to Community Participation
(Centre for Applied Social Sciences, University of Zimbabwe., 2003)
This paper examines the nature and characteristics of transboundary natural resource management with special attention on legal and policy issues that have precluded community participation. The data was mainly collected ...
Conflict And Conflict Resolution In The Management Of Miombo Woodlands: Three Case Studies of Miombo Woodlands in Zimbabwe
(Centre for Applied Social Sciences, University of Zimbabwe., 2001-07)
This paper examines the nature of conflict and conflict resolution over the use of miombo woodlands in three study sites in Zimbabwe, namely Nyamayaro, Mafungabusi and Romwe. The data was collected mainly through the ...
'Take Back Your Campfire’: A Study of Local Level Perceptions to Electric Fencing in the Framework of Binga’s Campfire Programme
Today it is generally accepted that wildlife can be fully conserved by involving local' people in its management (Bromley and Carnea, 1989: 10; Berkes and Farvar, 1989: 3). The argument is that benefits to the people who ...
Decentralising the Proprietorship of Wildlife Resources in Zimbabwe's Communal Lands
(CASS, University of Zimbabwe, 1990)