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GZU Institutional Repository

Great Zimbabwe University Institutional Repository; Welcome to Great Zimbabwe University’s Institutional Repository (GSpace). The repository is an open access electronic archive which collects, preserves and distributes digital material. GSpace implements DSpace. Repositories are important tools for preserving an organization’s legacy; they facilitate digital preservation and scholarly communication.

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  • Gary Magadzire School of Agriculture and Natural Sciences [4]
  • Herbert Chitepo Law School [0]
  • Information and Communication Technology Department [1]
  • Julius Nyerere School of Social Sciences [30]
  • Library [4]
  • Munhumutapa School Of Commerce [18]
  • Projects [0]
  • Robert Mugabe School Of Education [29]
  • Simon Muzenda School of Arts, Culture and Heritage studies [59]

Recently Added

  • ZIMBABWE’S ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
    Mapira, Jemitias (Stellenbosch University2014)
    The environmental education (EE)-sustainable development (SD) nexus has generated much research and debate at local, national and global levels (Fien, 1993). Although the term EE is quite old, dating back to 1948 in Paris …
  • SEWAGE TREATMENT, DISPOSAL AND MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS AND THE QUEST FOR A CLEANER ENVIRONMENT IN MASVINGO CITY (ZIMBABWE)
    Mapira, Jemitias (Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa2011)
    This study examines the problems of sewage treatment, disposal and management that are bedevilling the city of Masvingo (Zimbabwe). This is done in the light of the current legislation as enshrined in the Environmental …
  • CHALLENGES OF WASTE MANAGEMENT IN CHIREDZI, ZIMBABWE
    Mapira, Jemitias; Ngaza, Nyashadzashe; Hobwana, Christine (European Journal of Social Sciences Studies2018)
    Poor waste management has been one of the greatest challenges in most developing countries. Towns and cities in developing countries have experienced population explosions due to natural increase and rural-urban migration. …
  • Teaching ‘Standard English’ or local, code-switched New Englishes in schools in ‘Outer Circle’ countries? Insights from selected secondary school teachers of English in Zimbabwe
    Mareva, Rugare (IRA-International Journal of Education & Multidisciplinary Studies2016)
    The study investigated the English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers’ perceptions on the relationship between code-switching and emerging varieties of English called New Englishes, as well as the teachers’ perceptions …
  • Learners’ code-switching in English as a Second Language (ESL) lessons: perspectives of four secondary school teachers in Zimbabwe
    Mareva, Rugare (IRA-International Journal of Education & Multidisciplinary Studies2016)
    The study investigated the perceptions of secondary school teachers of English on code-switching by learners in the learning of English. The qualitative inquiry focused on one rural day,

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