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/Dr C. Chipfumbu-Kangara
Dr C. Chipfumbu-Kangara

Position: Lecturer

Department: Information Systems
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Qualifications:

  • PhD -Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology,Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
  • MSc Information Systems Management
  • BSc Information System

Research Interests

  • Educational Technology
  • Health Informatics (Information Technology and Medical Health)
  • Information Security
  • Computer Networks 
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Electronic learning (e-learning)
  • Mobile learning (m-learning)

Publications:

  • Chipfumbu, C.T. Tsokota T. The need for Cyber Security Awareness Strategies in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research Volume 2 Issue 8, August 2014.
  • Muruko, M. Tsokota, T, Chipfumbu, C. T. ECustomer Relationship Management in the Clothing Retail Shops in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Management and Business Studies (IJMBS) Vol. 3 Issue 1 Jan-March, 2013.
  • Jamba,F. Chipfumbu, C.T. Tsokota, T.  Mamboko P. IT Governance Practices and Enterprise Effectiveness in Zimbabwe: A Case of a Zimbabwean Bank. European Journal of Business and Management Vol 5, No 20 (2013).
  • Tsokota,T. Chipfumbu, C.T. Mativenga, M. Mawango, T. I ICT4D And The Challenge Of Vandalism In Zimbabwe. International Journal Of Scientific & Technology Research Vol, 2 Issue 8, August 2013.
  • Muruko, M. E., Chipfumbu, C. T., & Tsokota, T. (2014). The state of electronic-customer relationship management in Zimbabwe’s banking sector. International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, 4(8), 5-18.
  • A framework for the implementation of mobile learning in a selected secondary school in Gweru Urban.
  • Investigating perceptions of preservice teachers on the use of instructional media and technology in a Zimbabwean University.

Peer Revied Conference Papers

  • Guidelines for engendering a cyber-security culture in Zimbabwe.
  • A strategy to enhance e-safety among first year students at Zimbabwean universities. 
  • Awareness and adoption of SMS and Internet banking technologies by customers of the banking sector in Chinhoyi.

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