LIBRARY

2013

  • Bianconi A, Dalgaard T, Manly B F J, Govone J, S, Watts M, J, Nkala P, Habermann G, Huang Y & Serapião A. B. S (2013) Methodological Difficulties of Conducting Agroecological Studies from a Statistical Perspective, Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems , 37 (4), pages 485-506
  • Nare L, Odiyo J. O., Ravululu F., Potgieter N. (2013): Evaluation of community knowledge, attitudes, practices and perceptions relating to water quality and safety in Luvuvhu catchment of South Africa, Journal of Environmental Science and Water Resources, 2(3), 067 – 074
  • Mabhena, C. (2013) Livestock Livelihoods Compromised: The dilemma of the Fast Track Land Reform and Resettlement Programme in Matabeleland South, Zimbabwe, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Routledge, London. (In print)
  • Bongo P. P., Chipangura P., Sithole M., Moyo F., (2013) A rights-based analysis of disaster risk reduction framework in Zimbabwe and its implications for policy and practice, Jàmbá:Journal of Disaster Risk Studies; 5(2), 1-11
  • 2012

  • Dube Z L (2012) : The recent world recession : A Deja vu of the South Seas Turbulent History, as book chapter in Paulet E (Edited), The Subprime Crisis and its Impact on Financial and Managerial Environments : An unequal repercussion at European Level, Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (Book Chapter)
  • Mabhena C (2012): Mining with a Vuvuzela: Reconfiguring artisanal Mining in Southern Zimbabwe and its implications to rural livelihoods, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 30 (2), p219-233
  • Sithole M, Nkala P, and Dube N (2012) Do Urban Community Gardens Matter? : The Case of Bulawayo Metropolitan Province in Zimbabwe, Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3(9): 249 – 257
  • Tshuma, N., Maphosa M., Ncube G., Dube T., Dube Z. L., (2012) The impact of conservation agriculture on Food security and Livelihoods in Mangwe district, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 14, (5),pp 107-125.
  • Maphosa, M.,Tshuma, N. and Ncube, G, (2012) A critical evaluation of macro level approaches to poverty reduction in Zimbabwe, Fort Hare Papers, Volume 19,(2), pp 96- 126.
  • 2011

  • Ndlela, T and Nkala, P. (2003). A Structural analysis of the Sources and Dynamics of Fluctuations in the South African Economy, (Trade and Investment Policy Strategies Conference, from 8-10 September 2003, Indaba Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Nare L, Love D, Hoko Z. 2006. Stakeholder Participation in Water Quality Monitoring in Mzingwane Catchment of Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31 (15-16), 885-892
  • Zikhali, W. (2010): ” Women in Organizational Management in Zimbabwe: Theory and Practice”, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH, Saarbrucken, Germany (Book)
  • Gumbo J, Odiyo J.O, Nare L. 2010. The Implications of Waste Water Reuse in Vegetable Irrigation: A Case Study from Malamulele in South Africa: International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 20 (3), 201-11
  • Mjimba, V. (2011): The Nature and Determinants of Linkages in Emerging Minerals Commodity Sectors: A Case Study of Gold Mining in Tanzania. (MMCP Discussion Paper No. 7). Cape Town, South Africa, and Milton Keynes, UK: University of Cape Town and the Open University.
  • Mjimba V (2011): Dug Too Deep: Untangling the Policy Terrain of the Minerals Commodity Sector in Tanzania. Conference Paper for the Development Studies Association, 2011, 19-22 September. University of York, UK.
  • Nare, L., Odiyo, J. O., Francis, J., Potgieter, N. (2011) Framework for Effective Community Participation in Water Quality Management in Luvuvhu Catchment of South Africa Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 36 (14-15), 1063-1070
  • Nkala P., Mango N., Zikhali P (2011b) : Conservation Agriculture and Livelihoods of Smallholder Farmers in Central Mozambique, Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 35, 757-779
  • Nkala, P., Mango, N., Corbeels, M., Veldwisch, G., Huising, J. (2011b).The Conundrum of Conservation Agriculture and Livelihoods in Southern Africa. African Journal of Agricultural Research 6(24): 5520 – 5528.
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