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Strategies of redressing colonial land imbalances in Southern Africa: Lessons from Zimbabwe’s land reform programme
(University of Zimbabwe, 2020-12)
This study examined strategies of redressing colonial land imbalances in Southern Africa, paying particular attention to lessons from Zimbabwe’s “Fast Track Land Reform Programme” (FTLRP). The objectives of this study ...
The role of microfinance institutions in poverty alleviation in developing economies : the case of Zimbabwe
One critical aspect faced by developing economies the world over is that of poverty and economic security. The issue is so critical to such an extent that its eradication is mentioned as the first of the United Nations ...
Investigating the trade-off between microfinance sustainability and the depth of outreach: A case of Zimbabwe microfinance institutions
The purpose of this study was to ascertain whether financially sustainable MFIs can still play their strategic role of poverty alleviation by providing financial services to the poorest and low-income households. This was ...
An investigation of factors driving small and medium enterprises growth in Zimbabwe
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are a vital part of economies in both the developed and developing countries playing roles in the economy by creating employment, poverty alleviation , and act as a means of channeling ...
The socio– economic challenges faced by widows in urban Zimbabwe: A study of ward 34 in Mufakose high density suburb in Harare
The purpose of the study was to examine the socio economic challenges faced by widows in urban Zimbabwe. Ward 34 in Mufakose High Density Suburb was the area of study. A sample of ten widows from a targeted population of ...