Items where Division is "Universities > State Universities > Midlands State University" and Year is 2005

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Chitando, Ezra. (2005) Challenging masculinities: religious studies, men and HIV in Africa.

Chitando, Ezra. (2005) Challenging masculinities: religious studies, men and HIV in Africa.

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Jerie, Steven (2005) Sound sanitary landfilling: a sustainable option for waste disposal in Harare and Gweru, Zimbabwe.

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Mutemeri, Judith (2005) The extent to which mathematics instructional practices in early childhood education in Zimbabwe relate to or make use of children's experiences.

Madebwe, Crescentia (2005) Zimbabwe’s operation murambatsvina (operation clean up/restore order): the epitome of forced evictions, broken lives and lost livelihoods; Conference: Social Science Research Seminar Series at the Batanai Campus, Midlands State University, Gweru, Zimbabwe. UNSPECIFIED.

Madebwe, Crescentia (2005) The battle for control of Zimbabwe’s cities: exploring governance conflicts and causal links for operation Murambatsvina (Operation Restore Order):Paper presented at the Social Science Research Seminar Series at the Batanai Campus on 26 November, 2005. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Madebwe, Crescentia (2005) Back to basics: the role of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) in agro-biodiversity and household food security in the smallholder agriculture sector: the case of Chipinge (Zimbabwe).

Madebwe, Crescentia (2005) Women and access to land in smallholder irrigation schemes: the case of Ngondoma Irrigation Scheme in Zimbabwe.

Muzvidziwa, Victor N. (2005) Globalisation and Higher Education in Africa: the case of the African University.

Muzvidziwa, Victor N. (2005) Informal settlement dwellers and environmental problems .

Madebwe, Victor (2005) An exploratory analysis of the social, economic and environmental impacts on wetlands: the case of Shurugwi district, Midlands Province, Zimbabwe.

Mutemeri, Judith (2005) The extent to which mathematics instructional practices in early childhood education in Zimbabwe relate to or make use of children's experiences.

Madebwe, Crescentia (2005) Zimbabwe’s operation murambatsvina (operation clean up/restore order): the epitome of forced evictions, broken lives and lost livelihoods; Conference: Social Science Research Seminar Series at the Batanai Campus, Midlands State University, Gweru, Zimbabwe. UNSPECIFIED.

Madebwe, Crescentia (2005) The battle for control of Zimbabwe’s cities: exploring governance conflicts and causal links for operation Murambatsvina (Operation Restore Order):Paper presented at the Social Science Research Seminar Series at the Batanai Campus on 26 November, 2005. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Madebwe, Crescentia (2005) Back to basics: the role of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) in agro-biodiversity and household food security in the smallholder agriculture sector: the case of Chipinge (Zimbabwe).

Muzvidziwa, Victor N. (2005) Globalisation and Higher Education in Africa: the case of the African University.

Madebwe, Victor (2005) An exploratory analysis of the social, economic and environmental impacts on wetlands: the case of Shurugwi district, Midlands Province, Zimbabwe.

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Nyahunzvi, Dzingai K. (2005) The physical impacts of tourism in Zimbabwe: the state of the art.

Nyahunzvi, Dzingai K. (2005) The physical impacts of tourism in Zimbabwe: the state of the art.

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Tambudzai, Zachary (2005) Determinants of Zimbabwe’s military expenditure (1980-2003): Paper presented at ‘The Biennial Conference of the Economic Society of South Africa (ESSA) at the Elangeni Holiday Inn, Durban, South Africa, September 7-9, 2005.

Tambudzai, Zachary (2005) Determinants of Zimbabwe’s military expenditure (1980-2003): Paper presented at ‘The Biennial Conference of the Economic Society of South Africa (ESSA) at the Elangeni Holiday Inn, Durban, South Africa, September 7-9, 2005.

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