• PhD ( Candidate);
  • LLM  (American University ,
    Washington College of Law – Gender and the International protection of women
    and children’s rights;
  • MSc IR (UZ);
  • LLB(S) (UZ)


  • Chirawu S et al: Using a sub regional instrument to combat violence against
    women and children. A look at the SADC addendum and strategies for making it
    a reality: Women and Law In Development Africa 2005;
  • Combating international
    trafficking in women and children: the 2000 UN protocol to prevent, suppress
    and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children though a
    Zimbabwean lens.
  • WLSA 2006; Till death do us part: Marriage, HIV/Aids and
    the law in Zimbabwe: Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender Fall 2006 Volume 13
    Number 1;
  • Chirawu et al – Challenging the status quo: Gender, HIV/AIDS and
    the law in Zimbabwe: rights based approach WLSA 2007; Baseline survey on
    women’s participation in politics and decision making (2009); Baseline
    survey on investing in gender equality through effective property and
    inheritance rights (2010), Gender guide (2010):Baseline survey on strengthening the legal framework to enhance women’s access to property and inheritance rights in the context of HIV/Aids;
  • Baseline survey in amplifying the voice of women in politics and decision making in Zimbabwe (
  • Position paper on harmonization of marriage laws in Zimbabwe(2013);
    Challenges to outlawing harmful cultural practices for Zimbabwean women in
    Heinrich Boll Stiftung- Perspectives -political analysis and commentary –
    Women, custom and access to justice- Issue 3 December 2013;  Longing for the
    wisdom of King Solomon- The best interests of the child in Zimbabwe(
    University of Zimbabwe Law students journal- February 2014);
  • Position paper on the alignment of family laws and laws relating to inheritance in
    Zimbabwe(2014); Principles of the law of succession in Zimbabwe
    incorporating the women’s rights perspective(2015)