The Socio-Economic Characteristics Of Selected Harare Suburbs Three Years After Independence
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 specifically concerned with outdoor recreational patterns, a certain amount of socio-economic data was collected as part of the exercise and it is of interest to investigate the socio-economic characteristics of sectors of the city in order to ascertain to what extent government policies had succeeded in improving the lot of the majority of Zimbabweans shortly after independence.
Full Text LinksHeath, R.A (1986) The Socio-Economic Characteristics Of Selected Harare Suburbs Three Years After Independence, GAZ Proceedings, No. 17. Harare, Mt. Pleasant: GAZ.
Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ)
University of Zimbabwe