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The Reproduction Rights Organisation of Zimbabwe
Factors Affecting the Emergency Management and Treatment of Aggressive and Violent
Violence by inpatients against mental health personnel, fellow patients and people uninvolved in the patient’s treatment is a common and universal problem requiring urgent attention. The current study sought to investigate ...
Characterisation, Epidemiology and Control of Scab on Protea Spp. Caused by Elsinoe Spp. (Anamorph Sphaceloma Protearum).
Protea scab, a commercially important disease of Protea spp., is discernable by raised, circular to oval, red – black leaf and stem lesions, which distort young plant growth. The causal agent was determined to be Sphaceloma ...
An Evaluation of the Impact of Domestic Water Supply and Challenges faced by Women in Rural Zimbabwe: A Case Study of Sigangatsha and Malaba wards of Matobo District
Water for domestic purposes is a scarce resource in the rural areas of Sigangatsha and Malaba wards, and the group mostly affected by this scarcity is women. This dissertation focused three objectives and the first objective ...
The quality of Citizenship Education in Harare primary school: an evaluation of curriculum implementation.
The marked decline in positive civic behaviour among young Zimbabweans that was reported by the Presidential Commission of Inquiry into Education of 1999 prompted me to investigate the quality of citizenship education that ...
Milk producers’ awareness of milk-borne zoonoses in selected smallholder and commercial dairy farms of Zimbabwe
(SpingerLink (http://www.springerlink.com), 2011)
A cross-sectional questionnaire-based study was conducted to assess milk producers’ awareness of milk-borne zoonoses in selected smallholder and commercial dairy farms of Zimbabwe. The questionnaire was designed to obtain ...
Transculturalism in Post-independence Zimbabwean Drama: Projections of Zimbabwean Theatre at the Onset of a New Millennium.
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2004)
This article examines transculturalism in Zimbabwean theatre in the postindependence era. It begins with a historical background to the socio-cultural forces that shaped attitudes to cultural life, first in the colony, ...
The informal sector in the labour reserve economies of Southern Africa with special reference to Zimbabwe
(Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies, 1985)
This paper is written as a contribution to the research project in Zimbabwe on the informal sector. We have therefore written it in the absence of any detailed research on the subject. Our main purpose has been to raise ...
The Iron and Steel industry in Zimbabwe and regional co-operation in the SADCC context
(Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies, 1991)
This paper looks at the Zimbabwean iron and steel industry with the aim of answering the following questions: • Why the economy is highly dependent on impor ted steel when there is a large iron and steel plant; • ...