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    • Wage Structures in Rhodesia 

      Scholtz, J.A. (Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1968-09)
      A modern industry requires a rapidly increasing number and a high proportion of technical, professional and managerial personnel. This is equally true whether ownership is private or public. This skilled staff is concerned ...
    • War and Peace in Angola 

      Campbell, Horace (Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe), 1995-04-05)
    • Wetlands and Water Harvesting as Resources in Communal Farmers' Food Security: A Case from Zvishavane 

      Phiri Maseko, Z.; Bussink, M. (University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Publications., 1995)
      Although a large part of the Zimbabwean population is living in and dependent on semi- arid and sandy-soil areas, the cultivation of the wetlands is still severely restricted by law. As during colonial times, environmental ...
    • What does “people-driven constitutional reform” mean? 

      Qwisai, Munyaradzi (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 2009)
      A massive debate has emerged in Zimbabwe over the nature of the process of constitutional reform. Virtually all players, from the political parties under the GPA, to civic society as represented in the Zimbabwe People's ...
    • Whither Medicine In The Next Five Years In Rhodesia? 

      Gelfand, M. (Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe (formerly University College of Rhodesia), 1972-04)
    • Whither Parliamentary Democracy: A Look at Recent Constitutional Changes in Zimbabwe 

      Mhlaba, Luke (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1989)
    • Who Are Our Most Dangerous Criminals? 

      Nairn, R.G. (Faculty of Law, University of Rhodesia ( now University of Zimbabwe.) (UZ.), 1976-10)
    • Why I Can't Teach Customary Law 

      Stewart, Julie E. (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1997)
    • Why We Should Teach Democracy in Africa 

      Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, Oswell (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe (UZ)., 2009-11)
      Democracy has become a cherished ideal in Africa. Many countries in- Africa claim to be democratic with a number of them incorporating, the. word ‘democratic’ in their names. Liberation struggles were waged in the name of ...
    • Wide World in Uganda, CYP in Ghana — Lessons to Share 

      Kwaapong, Olivia Adwoa Tiwaah Frimpong (Human Resource Research Centre (HRRC) , University of Zimbabwe (UZ.), 2007-11)
      The focus ofthis study was to do a comparative study of two international distance learning programs in Africa - WIDE World in Uganda and Commonwealth Youth Program [CYP] in Ghana to find out how the two programs could ...
    • Women Perceptions of ‘Masculine’ Technical Careers: A Comparative Study of Women In ‘Feminine’ And ‘Masculine’ Employment Occupations in the City of Gweru, Zimbabwe 

      Runhare, Tawanda (Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 2003-11)
      Female under-representation in science and technology) is found in societies the world over. This study investigated and compared the perceptions of 120 Zimbabwean women in non-technical and technical occupations, focusing ...
    • Women Under Zimbabwean Law 

      Maboreke, Mary (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe ( UZ.), 1988)
      This article seeks to establish and appraise the position of women under the law of Zimbabwe. Such a task must start from a consideration of the position of women under the constitution. This is because the constitution ...
    • Women, land and the constitution 

      Stewart, Julie. E. (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1998)
      In addressing the issue of Women, Land and the Constitution, the discussion shall be broken down into three main components. Firstly, the problems that women experience with access to all forms of resources, but especially ...
    • Women’s Access To Teacher Education In Zimbabwe: A Gender Profile 

      Machingura, Viola. (Department of Teacher Education (DTE), University of Zimbabwe, 2006-11)
      Teaching traditionally is generally perceived to be a feminine profession, yet the situation on the ground in Zimbabwe does not indicate this perception. If anything, more men than women from the colonial period to date ...
    • Woodfuel Traps And Consumption Patterns In Salisbury's Townships 

      Mazambani, D (Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) ( formerly Geographical Society of Rhodesia.), 1980-12)
      The problem of getting cheap firewood is now common is Salisbury's townships. It is getting worse each day as the removal of indigenous timber in the townships' surroundings becomes widespread. Many third world countries ...
    • Workers Participation in the Company Decision Making Process and Companies Social Responsibility 

      Nyapadi, T.J. (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1989)
      The starting point in this article is to look at the Companies Act Chapter 190 and determine whether there is anything in the Act that allows for employees of the company to participate in the decision-making process within ...
    • Workplace Codes of Conduct — a Review of Recent Cases 

      Madhuku, Lovemore (Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1997)
      One of the far reaching changes made to Zimbabwe's labour law system as a direct result of the Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (ESAP) was the introduction of workplace codes of conduct. Before 1990, termination ...
    • Xanthoma Tendinosum 

      Jacobs, Peter; Bloom, Kennth R.; Suzman, Moses M. (Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe (formerly University College of Rhodesia.)., 1968-01)
      The formation of xanthomata in tendons occurs typically as part of a familial disorder associated with an elevation of the total plasma cholesterol. In those cases where the tendinous deposits are small in size and few in ...
    • Young People’s Attitudes Towards Household Work: an Analysis By Age And Its Implications On Home Economics Curriculum At Secondary Level 

      Siyakwazi, P.D. (Human Resource Research Centre, (HRRC), University of Zimbabwe., 1992-03)
      This paper presents evidence obtained from a survey of 182 high school students. The evidence shows that, younger students in age range of 14 -16 years are more positive than the other year cohorts towards household work ...