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The Minerals Industry of Lesotho
(Institute of Mining Research (University of Zimbabwe), 1990-07)
Appropriate Technology for Development in the Third World
From earliest times man has attempted, with the resources available to him, to satisfy his basic needs of food, shelter security and self satisfaction. From Stone Age and Iron Age, through the development of tools and ...
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 ...
Incorporating Co-Operative Principles, Methods And Procedures Into The Structural Organisation Of Public Enterprises In Zimbabwe For State Subsidisation Of Socl4list Accumulation
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe) (ZIDS), 1986)
Before independence, emphasis in the sphere of cooperative development was on input supply and marketing cooperatives and every attempt was made to discourage and proscribe any nascent collective cooperative largely on ...
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. ...
Urban Primacy And Regional Economic Development In The Third World
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) (formerly Geographical Society of Rhodesia.), 1977-12)
Many developing countries are now being persuaded that an appropriate urbanization strategy could provide them with one of the means of achieving the modernization of their societies (Mabogunje 1973). Unfortunately the ...
The Socio-Economic Characteristics Of Selected Harare Suburbs Three Years After Independence
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1986-12)
Between August and October 1983, a survey was undertaken within selected suburbs of Harare, as part of a national survey on the use of outdoor recreational areas in Zimbabwe (Heath, 1986). Although the research project was ...
The Main Environmental Factors Restricting 'Development In The U.S.S.R'
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1982-08)
Mental Maps And Regional Development Planning: A Zimbabwean Case Study
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) (formerly Geographical Society of Rhodesia.), 1983-09)
Tourism To Parks In Zimbabwe: 1969-1988
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1989-12)
International and domestic tourism creates considerable economic activity in Zimbabwe and is an important source of foreign currency. The Zimbabwean tourist industry is largely based upon marketing a ‘wilderness experience’ ...