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‘A Crisis of Expectation?’ Narratives on the Impact of Migration on Gender and Family in Zimbabwe, 2000-2011
(University of Zimbabwe, 2013)
The article employs the narratives of those left behind to explore the impact of migration on the Zimbabwean family institution and its gender terrain in the post- 2000 period. It uses narratives collected from various ...
“Think Manager, Think Male”: Does It Apply to Zimbabwe ?
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2002)
Over the last two decades in which empirical studies on gender and leadership styles have been undertaken, the findings have consistently confirmed that people’s perceptions have not changed from using leadership traits, ...
The influence of culture on the implementation of the SADC protocol on gender 2008: A multi-case study on Namibia and Zimbabwe
This study examined the influence of cultural practices on the implementation of the SADC Protocol on Gender, with reference to Namibia and Zimbabwe (2013-2016). There were four objectives in the research, which examined ...
“A CASE OF CULTURE GONE AWRY”: AN INVESTIGATION OF FEMALE INITIATION CEREMONIES AND NYAU DANCE VIGILS ON THE RIGHTS OF TEENAGE GIRLS TO EDUCATION AND SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AMONGST MIGRANT COMMUNITIES IN NORTON, ZIMBABWE
This dissertation focuses on the harm suffered by teenage girls who, often forced into early marriages by poverty, must first engage in the customary practices of initiation ceremonies followed by participation in highly ...