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State of Mind in the Zimbabwean Criminal Law
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe ( UZ.), 1985)
One of the most fundamental principles of our common law in criminal matters is that a person can only be found criminally liable if his conduct was accompanied by some blameworthy mental state. For a very long time in our ...
A Survey of Deaths in Rhodesia Caused by Animals
(Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe (formerly University College of Rhodesia.)., 1971-08)
It is of interest that in Rhodesia deaths caused by animals are far fewer than those caused by man himself. Besides murders and traffic accidents, there are ten times as many deaths amongst Africans due to suicide (Castle ...
An Analysis of a Grassroots Perspective on Violence Against Women In Zimbabwe in the Context of the General Discourse on Violence
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1993)
In Africa where the majority of the population lives in the rural areas, legal literacy and legal aid are issues of concern as most people cannot afford lawyers and the latter, by and large, operate only in the cities. ...
SAPES Trust Research: Peace and Security in Post-Apartheid Southern Africa
(Institute of Development Studies Zimbabwe (ZIDS)., 1992)
Currently, there are two schools of thought about the region in the post-apartheid era. The first one is an old thesis. It suggests that although SA would no longer pose a military threat as it did before De Klerk came to ...
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 ...
War and Peace in Angola
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe), 1995-04-05)