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Dr. Donald P. Chimanikire

Chairperson

Dr. Donald P. Chimanikire 
PhD (International Relations), MA, M.Phil
Key Research Areas: International Relations, International Strategic Studies, Politics & Governance, International Political Economy, Gender Issues, Climate Change, Civil Society
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Publications

Books:
1. Chimanikire, D.P. (2009) (ed) Youth and Higher Education in Africa: the cases of Cameroon, South Africa, Eritrea and Zimbabwe, Council for the Development of Social Science Research (CODESRIA) Dakar, Senegal, pp 1-139.
2. Chimanikire, D.P. (2004) Francis Appiah (2004) and Thorvald Gran (2004) (eds) Professionalism and Good Governance in Africa, Copenhagen Business School Press, pp 1-303.
3. Chimanikire, D.P. (2009), Mushita, T.A (2009), Banda, G Z (2009) (eds) Trade, Biodiversity and Development: A Trainers Manual, Southern Africa Biodiversity Policy Initiative (SAPI), Harare, Blantyre, and Lusaka, pp 1-99.

Book Chapters
1. Chimanikire, D.P. (2003) “Foreign and Security Policy of Zimbabwe: From Independence to the DRC”, in Twenty Years of Independence: From Liberalization to Authoritarianism, edited by Staffan Darnolf and Liisa Laakso (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2003), pp 179-195.
2. Chimanikire, D.P. (2000) Introductory Chapter to “Youth and Higher Education in Africa: the cases of Cameroon, South Africa, Eritrea and Zimbabwe”, Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) Dakar, Senegal(2009), pp 1-8.
3. Chimanikire, D.P. (1991) “Political Renewal in Africa: the case for Participatory Governance”, in Advancing Democracy and Participation: Challenges for the Future, edited by B. Van Steenbergen, R. Nakarada, F. Marti and J. Dator(1991) published by Centre Catala De Prospectiva and Centre UNESCO De Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, pp 81-84.
4. Chimanikire, D.P. (2006) “African Migration: Causes, Consequencies and Future Prospects and Policy Options” in Migration of Labor: Global Perspectives, edited by Rajarshi Ghosh and Asis Kumar Pain (The Icfai University Press, 2006) pp 172-192
5. Chimanikire, D.P. (2003) “The Role of NGOs in African Economic Development”’ in The Challenges of Globalization to Democratic Governance in Africa-What Role for Civil Societyand Other Stake-holders?, edited by Abdul Aziz Jalloh (Development Policy Management Forum(DPMF) Addis Ababa, 2003, pp 55-62.
6. Chimanikire, D.P. (2004) “Professionalism and the Role of Zimbabwe’s Defence Forces in Peacekeeping Operations” in Professionalism and Good Governance in Africa(2004) edited by Chimanikire, D.P, Appiah, F, and Gran, T, Copenhagen Business School Press, pp 216-228.
7. Chimanikire, D. P. (2008) “Emerging Trends in Diplomatic and International Relations: the case of Trade”, in Challenges Facing the African Diplomat-Now and in the Future, published by the Diplomatic Training Research and Development, Department of International Relations and Cooperation, Pretoria South Africa, pp 40-49.
8. Chimanikire, D.P. (2007) and Masunungure, E. (2007) “Policy Paradigm Shifts in Zimbabwe: From Statism to Rolling back the State-to policy vacillations” in Zimbabwe’s Development Experiences since 1980: Challenges and Prospects for the Future edited by France Maphosa, Kraspos Kujinga and Sunungurai D. Chingarande(OSSREA Harare, 2007), pp 9-33.
9. Chimanikire, D.P. (2008) “Women’s Legal and Socio-Economic Status in Post-Colonial Zimbabwe: A Gender Analysis”, in Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa”, edited by Bahru Zewde(Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA), Addis Ababa (2003) pp 67-79.
10. Chimanikire, D.P. (2008) “Domestic Subsidies and Food Sovereignty”, in Trade and Development, Agro-Biodiversity and Food Sovereignty in Zimbabwe, edited by Angeline Munzara-Chawira, Charity Manyeruke, Regis Mafuratidze and Evelyne Vutuza(Southern Africa Biodiversity Policy Initiative(SABPI) 2008, Harare, Blantyre and Lusaka, pp 66-90.
11. Chimanikire, D.P. (1993) “Academic Freedom-the case of Zimbabwe”, published by the Institute of African Studies, University of Bophuthatswana, Mmabatho, South Africa(1993).
12. Chimanikire, D.P. (2000) “Accountable Governance and Poverty Alleviation Programs in Zimbabwe”, in Development Policy Management Forum (DPMF) Report on “Democracy, Poverty and Social Exclusion; Is Democracy the Missing Link?”(DPMF Publications, Addis Ababa, 2000) pp. 32-38
13. Chimanikire, D.P. (1999) “Poverty Reduction: Its Role in Strengtherning Local Participation in Governance in Zimbabwe”, edited Regional Workshop Proceedings for Eastern and Southern Africa: What Works in Development”,(IDRC, CRDI, CIID, Canada (1999), pp. 22-24
14. Chimanikire, D.P. (1991) “Human Resources Development: the case of Post-Apartheid South Africa”, in SADCC Challenges for the 1990s, Conference Proceeding edited by Ruddy Doom and published by the Centre for Third Word Studies, University of Ghent, Belgium(1991), pp. 85-95
15. Chimanikire, D.P.(1998) “Popular Participation in Development”, Report of the National Workshop, September 1998, IDS-University of Zimbabwe, Harare, published by OSSRES, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, pp.1-33
16. Chimanikire, D.P. (2010) and Kagonye, P. (2010) “Decentralization in Zimbabwe”, in The State of Decentralization in Namibia, edited by Olivier, V,University of Namibia Publications, Windwoek,2011.
17. Chimanikire, D.P. (2010) “Africa and Globalization: the case of Economic Partnership Agreements(EPAS) between EU and Africa” in OSSREA’s 9th Congress selected papers to be edited by Lily Mafela, University of Botswana and Herman Musahara, University of Rwanda (2010).
18. Chimanikire, D.P. (2013) “Scoping Study on Higher Education in Zimbabwe”, OSSREA, Addis Ababa, 2013
19. Chimanikire, D.P. (2013) “Climate Change and Gender in Zimbabwe”, World Social Science Report. UNESCO, Paris.
20. Chimanikire, D.P. (2013) “Zimbabwe’s International Relations and the New Look East Policy”, Scaling New Heights? The Zimbabwean Economy and Society, 1998-2008, Edited by Ezra Chitando, Government Phiri and Munyaradzi Nyakudya. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Journal Articles
1. Chimanikire, D.P. (1988) “Political and Ideological Divergences and Challenges to Integration-the case of SADCC,” Southern Africa Development and Research Association (SADRA), Workshop, Vol.1, pp 390-399.
2. Chimanikire, D.P. (1990) “Twenty-Seven Years of African Unity”. Southern Africa Political and Economic Monthly (SAPEM) Vol. 3, No. 9, pp 23-24.
3. Chimanikire, D.P. (1991) “Who home-grew ESAP?” Southern Africa Political and Economic Monthly (SAPEM), Vol.4, No. 12, pp 23-24.
4. Chimanikire, D.P. (1991) “The introduction of Liberalization in Zimbabwe”. Southern Africa Political and Economic Monthly (SAPEM) Vol.4, No. 7, pp 12-17.
5. Chimanikire, D.P. (1987) “Women in Industry: Legal and Social Attitudes”. Africa Development, CODESRIA, Vol. xii, No.4, pp 27-38.
6. Chimanikire, D.P. (2011) “Common Security and Economic Integration: the case of Southern African Development Community (SADC), DOUNIA, Kinshasa, Congo, 2011, PP.125-132.
7. Chimanikire, Donald P (2011) “Post-Conflict State Building in Southern Sudan: Prospects and Challenges to the Region”. NEWPATHE, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 10-11.

8. Chimanikire D.P. (2016) Zimbabwe’s Look East Policy in Resilience under Siege inNyakudya, M, Chitando, E. and Phiri, G. (eds.). The Zimbabwe Economy, Politics and Society. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Ltd. UK 2016.

Dr. Joseph. Kurebwa

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Joseph. Kurebwa 
Doctor of Philosophy, MSc. International Relations, BSc Honours in Politics and Administration, BA
Key Research Areas: Political philosophy, International Relations & National Governments.
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Dr. Solomon Muqayi

Senior Lecturer


Dr. Solomon Muqayi
Qualifications: D.Phil in International Relations (UZ), MSc. in International Relations (UZ), BSc. Honours in Public Administration (UZ), Research Methodology Training (RMT) Certificate (OSSREA) and Gender Mainstreaming Certificate (OSSREA)
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Phone: 0772 877 756

Key Research Areas: International Relations, International Political Economy, Politics and Development, and Regional Integration  

Publications
Published Journals in Refereed Journals
1.    Muqayi, S., and Manyeruke, C. 2011. “The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Southern African States.” African Journal of Social Sciences, 1(3), 149-165.
2.    Muqayi, S. 2015. “The Relevance of the Simplified Trade Regime in Addressing Trade Protectionism: Small Scale Cross Border Traders at Chirundu One Stop Border Post.” Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, 12(3), 10-17.
3.    Muqayi, S. 2015. The Impact of the Chirundu One Stop Border Post in Addressing Border Protectionist Challenges. Mediterranean Journal of Social sciences, 6(6), 11-20.
Published Book Chapters
1.    Muqayi, S., and Manyeruke, C. 2015. “Food Security and Trade Protectionism: The Impact of COMESA’s Agricultural Programmes in Addressing Trade Protectionist Challenges on the Zimbabwean Maize Imports.” Organisation for Social Sciences in the Eastern and Southern Africa.
2.    Muqayi, S. 2017. “Subsidies and Food Security: The Effects of Zimbabwe’s Agricultural Subsidies on Maize Availability and Accessibility.” UZ Publications.

Dr. Tawanda. Zinyama

Chairperson & Senior Lecturer

Dr. Tawanda. Zinyama 
DPhil (UZ), MSc. in Public Administration, BSc. Honours in Administration
Key Research Areas: Public finance management, Public policy formulation and analysis, organisation Theory and Management, Local government management, Government auditing and budgeting, Contracting out/ public-private partnerships, Democratic governance
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Publications

Books

Zinyama, T. (2012) Participatory Budgeting in Zimbabwe: Experiences and Reflections from Harare City Council, GmbH and Co.KG, Lambert Academic Publishing.

1 Zinyama, T. (2012) Two Dacades in The Womb: The Gestation of Zimbabwe`s Science and Technology Policy, 980-2002; GmbH and Co.KG, Lambert Academic. Publishing.

Journals Articles

1. Zinyama, T. (2012) Participatory Budgeting in Local Authorities: Is E-governance the Missing Link? The case of Harare City Council. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol.2, pp74-88.

2. Zinyama, T. (2012) The Complexity of Democratic Transition: The Zimbabwe Case, 1999 to 2011, International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 2 pp284-291.

3. Zinyama, T. (2013) Efficiency and Effectiveness in Public Sector Auditing: An Evaluation of the Comptroller and Auditor General’s Performance in Zimbabwe from 1999 to 2012. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol.3 No.7, pp 267-282.

4. Zinyama, T. (2012) Participatory Budgeting in Local Authorities: Is E-governance the Missing Link? The Case of Harare City Council. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol.2, No.2, pp74-88.

5. Zinyama, T. (2012) The Complexity of Democratic Transition: The Zimbabwe Case, 1999 to 2011. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.2, No.12, pp136-153.

6. Hove, M., & Zinyama, T. (2012) “The Challenges of Zimbabwe Science and Technology Policy Formulation from 1980 to 2002”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.2, pp 284-291.

7. Zinyama, T. (2012) Role of Incentives in Enhancing Performance of Teachers in Zimbabwe. The Case of Harare Province. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol.2, No.3, pp 123-139.

8. Zhou, G., & Zinyama, T. (2012) “Auditing Government Institutions in Zimbabwe: Frameworks, Processes and Practices”. International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, Vol.2, No.2, pp 218-237.

9. Zinyama, T. (2012) Participatory Budgeting in Zimbabwe: Experiences and Reflections from Harare City Council. GmbH and Co.KG: Lambert Academic Publishing.

10. Zinyama, T. (2012) Two Decades in The Womb: The Gestation of Zimbabwe’s Science and Technology Policy, 1980-2002. GmbH and Co.KG: Lambert Academic Publishing.

11. Zinyama, T. (2014) Contracting Out: The Role of Public Procurement In Zimbabwe, The Journal of Advances in Political Sciences, Vol.2, No.1, pp: 91-104.

12. Zinyama, T. (2014) “Contracting out: What Works, What Doesn’t and Why”. International Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol 1, No 2, 64-79.

13. Zinyama, T. & Tinarwo, J. (2014) Minister-Permanent Secretary Relationships: Lessons from Zimbabwe’s Government of National Unity. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol 4, No.1, pp 23-44.

14. Zinyama, T. & Takavarasha, P. (2014) Zimbabwe’s Government of National Unity: Harvest of Thorns?. International Journal of Asian Social sciences, Vol 4, No 3, pp 444-459.

15. Zinyama, T. & G. Nhema, A.G. (2015) Public-Private Partnership: Critical Review and Lessons for Zimbabwe. Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol 5.No.6, pp: 39-44.

16. Mutandwa, H. & Zinyama, T. (2015) An Analysis of the Potential Use of Public-Private Partnerships in Water Infrastructural Development in Zimbabwe: The Case of Harare City Council, Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol. 5, No.1, pp: 110-136.

17. Zinyama, T. & Tinarwo, J. (2015) How Do Institutions Get Back To Life After a Crisis? The Case of Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Holdings. Global Journal of Research in Business and Management, Vol.2. No.1. pp: 56-65.

18. Zinyama, T. (2015) Contracting Out in Zimbabwe: Quest for Competencies. Journal of Public Policy in Africa, Vol.3. No. 1. pp: 72-90.

19. Manduna, K., Zinyama, T. and Nhema, A. G. (2015) Local Government Participatory Budget System in Zimbabwe: The Case of Harare City Council, 1995-2013. Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol.5, No. 11, pp.38-60.

20. Nzenzema, N. C., Zinyama, T., and Nhema, A.G. (2015) An Investigation into the Efficacy of Diamond Beneficiation as a Fiscal Resource Mobilisation Strategy: The Case of Zimbabwe. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, Vol.5, No.5, pp218-239.

21. Zinyama, T. and Nhema, A. G. (2015) Public-Private Partnership: Critical Review and Lessons for Zimbabwe. Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol 5, No.6, pp: 39-44.

22. Mutandwa, H. and Zinyama, T. (2015) An Analysis of the Potential Use of Public-Private Partnerships in Water Infrastructural Development in Zimbabwe: The Case of Harare City Council. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol. 5, No.1, pp: 110-136.

23. Zinyama, T., & Tinarwo, J. (2015) How Do Institutions Get Back To Life After a Crisis? The Case of Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Holdings. Global Journal of Research in Business and Management, Vol.2, No.1. pp: 56-65.

24. Zinyama, T., Nhema, A.G., and Mutandwa, H. (2015) Performance Management in Zimbabwe: A Review of Current Issues. Journal of Human Resources Management and Labour Studies, Vol.3, No.2.

25. Zhou, G. and Zinyama, T. (2016) Strengthening Institutional Capacity for Policy Analysis, Management and Governance in Zimbabwe. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.

26. Zinyama, T. and Nhema, A.G. (2016) Zimbabwe Performance-Based Budgeting: Concepts and Success Factors. European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.8 No.6 pp: 58-77.
27. . Nhema, A.G. and Zinyama, T. (2016) Prepaid Water Meters in Zimbabwe: The Quest For An Efficient Water Delivery and Cost Recovery System. Global Business and Economics Research Journal, Vol. 5(1), pp: 1-30.

28. Nhema, A.G. and Zinyama, T. (2016) Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals: A Review. Developing Country Studies, Vol.6, No.2, pp: 60-63.

29. Zinyama, T. and Nhema, A.G. (2016) E-Government and Development in Zimbabwe: An Appraisal. Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol.6, No.2, pp: 13-23.

30. Nhema, A.G. and Zinyama, T. (2016) Modernization, Dependency and Structural Adjustment Development Theories and Africa: A Critical Appraisal. International Journal of Social science Research, Vol. 4 No.1, pp: 151-166.

31. Zinyama, T., Nhema, A.G., and Mutandwa, H. (2015) Performance Management in Zimbabwe: Review of Current Issues. Journal of Human Resources Management and Labour Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp: 1-27.

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Mr Alois Madhekeni

Lecturer

Mr Alois Madhekeni 
MSc. Public Administration, BSc. Honours in Administration
Key Research Areas: Local Government, Decentralisation, Constitutionalism & Multi-Party Democracy
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Publications

Journals Articles
1. Madhekeni, A. (2012) Implementing Results-Based Management Systems in Zimbabwe: Context and Implications for the Public Sector. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol.2, No. 8 pp 122-129.
2. Madhekeni, A., & Taderera, H. (2012) Medical Staff Attrition in Local Authorities: Experiences from Harare City Council Maternity Clinics (2007-2008). Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol. 2, No.2, p46-57.
3. Madhekeni, A. & Zhou, G. (2012) Legal and Institutional Framework: The “Achilles Heel” of Local Authorities and Raison D’être of Ministerial Intervention in Zimbabwe . Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol. 2, No.3.
4. Taderera, H., & Madhekeni, A. (2012) Welfare Pluralism in Health: Assessing Zimbabwe’s Policy Response to HIV/AIDS with Reference to Mbare Distrct, Harare. International Journal of Humanities and social Science, Vol.2 No.9, pp 138-147
5. Taderera, H., Madhekeni, A., Zhou, G., & Chevo, T. (2012) “Sector Wide Approach in Health: Policy Response and Framework in Zimbabwe”. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol. 2, No.1, pp 158-175.
6. Zhou, G.,& Madhekeni, A. (2013), “Systems, Processes and Challenges of Public Revenue Collection”. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, Vol. 3 No. 2, pp 49-60.

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