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Agronomic and economic impact of legume inoculant use in Zambia, 1985-1992.
(University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Publications. (Department of Soil Sciences), 1998)
The global economic impact of BNF technology is enormous, estimated at $85 billion annually. But donor and government policy makers do not have access to meaningful and accurate data with which to make effective decisions ...
The Informal Sector And Its Implications For Vocational Training And Job Creation
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe), 1990)
The Minerals Industry of Tanzania
(Institute of Mining Research (University of Zimbabwe), 1990-02)
The Minerals Industry of Lesotho
(Institute of Mining Research (University of Zimbabwe), 1990-07)
An Analysis of Dewey’s Perception of Science and Technology in Society: Relevance and Implications for an African Science and Technology Policy for Social and Economic Development
(Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 1993-11)
This paper represents an attempt to describe Dewey’s representative thoughts on the role of science and technology education in society. An attempt is made to demonstrate the relevance of his thinking to a justification ...
An Economic Evaluation Of Soil Conservation Measures In Zvimba And Chirau Communal Lands
(Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe, 1991-08)
Soil erosion is an increasingly important problem in Zimbabwe. Whitlow (1988) states that 4.7% of the country or 1.8 mio hectares of land are actually eroded, the bulk (1.5 mio hectares) located in the Communal Lands. ...
Historical Development of Co-Operatives Generally and in Zimbabwe
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1991)
The nature of co-operatives cannot be fully understood without first looking at some historical aspects. This will help us understand the modem development and direction of co-operatives. Social co-operation has existed ...