- Ph.D. Sociology (UNISA)
- MSc Sociology and Social Anthropology (UZ)
- BSc Sociology (UZ)
- Urban agriculture
- Survival strategies
- Women Corporate Directors Visionary and Inspirational Women in Zimbabwe Award (Nov 2022) by the Women Corporate Directors Network Zimbabwe (WCDNZ)
- The Lifetime Human Resources Special Contribution Award (Nov 2021) by the Blackbelt Human Capital Development Institute (BHCDI)
SELECTED COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS
1. Hungwe, C. 2023. The Civil Society Regional Reference Group gender scorecard. Spotlight Initiative Africa Regional Programme (SIARP), UN Women, Ethiopia.
2. Hungwe, C. et al., 2022. The impact of COVID-19 on social/family life, personal assistance/care, and access to key services among women with disabilities in Zimbabwe. Diakonie ACT, Austria.
3. Mugabe, F.T., Chivizhe, J.B. & Hungwe, C. 2008. Quantitative assessment of the effectiveness of drip irrigation kits in alleviating food shortages and its success in Zimbabwe: A case study of Gweru and Bikita districts. Food Agriculture, Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN).
- Hungwe, C., Hungwe, E. & Mugari, Z.E. 2023. Representations of Ageing in Contemporary Zimbabwe: A Gerontological Reading of NoViolet Bulawayo’s (2013) We Need New Names. Journal of Population Ageing. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12062-023-09418-5.
- Shumba, L., Mutambara. & Hungwe, C. 2022. Restoring women’s dignity through fistula repair: An exploration of Zimbabwean women’s challenges and solutions. MUSAS: Journal of Research on Women, Health and Society 7 (2), 81-103, https://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/MUSAS/article/view/40394.
- Hungwe, C., Mugari, Z.E. & Hungwe, E. 2022. The portrayal of older persons in grade 3 primary school children’s textbooks in Zimbabwe. Educational Gerontology 49 (3), 251-262. https://doi.org/10.1080/03601277.2022.2102339.
- Hungwe, C. 2022. A stubborn culture? Zimbabwean migrants and the quest for a decent burial during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of African Renaissance Studies 16 (2), 61-78, https://doi.org/10.1080/18186874.2022.2025873.
- Hungwe, C. 2022. Is urban agriculture sustaining the urban poor? A study of Grandmother Headed Households (GHHs) in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Journal of Women & Aging 35(2), 194-209. https://doi.org/10.1080/08952841.2021.2020062.
- Hungwe, C. 2022. Aging in Zimbabwe: reflections 41 years after independence. International spotlight. The Gerontologist 62 (2), 152–158 http://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gnab138.
- Hungwe, C. 2020. Hanging in there: Zimbabwean migrant workers in Johannesburg. Journal of Community Positive Practices, 20 (3): 54-76 http://jppc.ro/en/index.php/jppc/article/view/382/333.
- Hungwe, C. 2017. Motivations for remitting behaviour of Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg. Journal of Identity and Migration Studies, 11 (1):47-64 http://www.e-migration.ro/jims/Vol11_No1_2017/JIMS_Vol11_No1_2017.pdf#page=49.
- Hungwe, C. 2015. When in Joburg relatives show their true colours: the changing role of the family as a source of social capital among Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 5 (3):143-151 http://doi.org/10.1515/njmr-2015-0017.
- Hungwe, C. 2015. The uses of social capital among Zimbabwean migrants in Tembisa and Kempton Park, South Africa, Africa Review 7(2):121-133. https://doi.org/10.1080/09744053.2015.1030868.
- Hungwe, C. 2014. Zimbabwean migrant entrepreneurs in Kempton park and Tembisa, Johannesburg: challenges and opportunities, Journal of Enterprising Culture, 22 (3) (September 2014): 349-373 https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218495814500150.
- Hungwe, C., Gelderblom, D. 2014. Understanding the social exclusion of Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg, South Africa. Journal of Community Positive Practices, XIV (1), 2014: 75-91 http://jppc.ro/en/index.php/jppc/article/view/229.
- Hungwe, C. 2013. Survival strategies of Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg. Journal of Community Positive Practices, Xiii (3): 52-73 http://jppc.ro/en/index.php/jppc/article/view/208/183.
- Hungwe, C. 2012. The migration experience and multiple identities of Zimbabwean migrants in South Africa. Online Journal of Social Sciences Research 1(5), August: 132-138. onlineresearchjournals.org/jss/cont/2012/aug/htm.
- Hungwe, C. 2012. Contagion or calculated rationality? Rethinking crowd behaviour in recent xenophobic outbreaks in South Africa: explaining the killing of Farai Kujirichita in the Diepsloot township of Johannesburg, South Africa. Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 9 (4):128-142.
- Hungwe, C. 2011. A Review of the Challenges and Survival Strategies of University workers during the economic crisis: A case study of the Midlands State University (MSU) Workers, International Journal of Psychological Studies (IJPS) December 2011, 3 (2): 249-265. Dec 2011 http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijps/article/view/11284.
- Hungwe, C. 2011. ‘Small Houses’: Disruptions or Re-Ordering Sexuality in Zimbabwe? JeNda A Journal of Culture and African women’s Studies, 19: 59-69, December 2011. Available at: africaknowledgeproject.org/index.php/jenda/article/view/636.
- Mutambara, S. and Hungwe, C. 2011 Challenges of Employee Retention in two Non-Governmental Organisations operating in Zimbabwe. The Dyke, 5 (1): 65-86.
- Hungwe, C. 2011. The meaning of institutionalisation to older Africans: A case study of a Zimbabwean old people’s home. Electronic Journal of Psychology (EJAP), 7 (1): 37-42. https://doi.org/10.7790/ejap.v7i1.219.
- Hungwe, C. 2010. Just Joking? Investigating Sexual Harassment in a Department Store in Gweru, Zimbabwe. LWATI Journal 7 (1): 363 – 379. https://doi.org/10.4314/lwati.v7i1.61065.
- Hungwe, E. and Hungwe, C. (2010). Nationhood and Women in Post-colonial African Literature” Journal of Comparative Literature and Culture, 12 (3): 1-6. https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb/vol12/iss3/1/.
- Hungwe, E & Hungwe, C. 2010. Interrogating Notions of Nationhood, Nation and Globalisation in Postcolonial Africa: A Textual Analysis of Four African Novels 452’F Journal of Literature 2:30-47. https://452f.com/en/interrogating-notions-of-nationhood-nation-and-globalisation-in-postcolonial-africa-a-textual-analysis-of-four-african-novels-elda-hungwe-chipo-hungwe/.
- Hungwe, C. 2010. Evaluating older persons’ perceptions on their quality of life in an old people’s institution: A Zimbabwean case study”. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 29 (3): 333-351. https://doi.org/10.1177/0733464809339626.
- Kasayira, J.M. Chipandambira, K., Hungwe, C. And Mupawose, A. 2007. Stressors and coping Strategies of State University Students in a Developing Country. Journal of Psychology in Africa 17 (1):45-50. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14330237.2007.1082143.
- Hungwe, C. 2007. The Effectiveness Of Practising Urban Agriculture As A Survival Strategy Among Gweru Urban Farmers In Zimbabwe. Urban Agriculture Magazine Number 18 August 2007. https://ruaf.org/document/urban-agriculture-magazine-no-18-building-communities-through-urban-agriculture/.
- Hungwe, C. 2006. Putting Them In Their Place: Respectable And Unrespectable Women In Zimbabwean Gender Struggles. Feminist Africa Volume 6: 33-47. https://feministafrica.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/fa_6_entire_journal.pdf#page=39.
PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPER PUBLICATIONS
- Hungwe, C. 2017. Of crocodiles, magumaguma, hyenas, and malayitsha: Zimbabweans crossing the Limpopo in search of a better life in South Africa at The Migration Conference, Harokopio University Athens, Greece August 23-26 2017. The paper is published as Chapter 32 of The Migration Conference 2017 Conference proceedings by Transnational Press London, pages 363-372, ISBN: 1910781541, 9781910781548). https://www.tplondon.com/product/the-migration-conference-2017/.
- Kasayira, J.M., Chipandambira, K. S. and Hungwe, C. 2007. Stressors faced by university students and their coping strategies: a case study of midlands state university students in Zimbabwe. 37 SEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference FIA-22 10-13 October, 2007. Milwaukee, WI. 1-4244-1084-3/07. https://doi.org/10.1109/FIE.2007.4417807.
CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTATIONS
- Hungwe, C. 2021. “Here and there: COVID:19 and Zimbabwe’s indignation against its returnees. A paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on Hate Studies: Justice and Equity: Challenging Hate and Inspiring Hope, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington, USA 4-6, November 2021.
- Hungwe, C. 2019. The role of urban agriculture in ensuring food security and social inclusion in the city: A study of grandparent Headed Households in Bulawayo Zimbabwe. A paper presented at the 2nd International workshop of the Network for urban agriculture, Landscape Justice and Migrants Inclusion: Practices and strategies of integration (URBAMI), Southern Sun Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 29 October 2019.
- Hungwe, C. 2018. The precarious lives of Zimbabwean migrant workers in Johannesburg. Presented at the 18th International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA) in Seoul, South Korea, July 23-27, 2018.
- Hungwe, C. 2017. Of crocodiles, magumaguma, hyenas, and malayitsha: Zimbabweans crossing the Limpopo in search of a better life in South Africa at The Migration Conference, Harokopio University Athens, Greece August 23-26, 2017.
- Hungwe, C. 2013. Profiles of self-employed Zimbabwean migrants in Tembisa and Kempton Park: challenges and opportunities. A paper presented at the 12th Social Sciences Research Seminar Series at the Midlands State University, Zimbabwe on 16 October 2013.
- Hungwe, C. and Gelderblom, D. 2013. Going Egoli: the migration experience of recent Zimbabwean migrants to Kempton Park, South Africa. A paper presented at the XIX South African Sociological Association (SASA) conference at UNISA, Pretoria, South Africa, 30 June -3 July 2013.
- Kasayira, J.M., Chipandambira, K. S. and Hungwe, C. 2007. Stressors faced by university students and their coping strategies: a case study of midlands state university students in Zimbabwe. 37 SEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference FIA-22 10-13 October 2007. Milwaukee, WI. 1-4244-1084-3/07.
NON-PEER REVIEWED PAPERS
Hungwe, C. 2022. Turning adversity to advantage? Everyday struggles of Zimbabwean commercial sex workers. WomenBeing International Feminist Research Magazine Issue 2; 30-35. https://issuu.com/womenbeingmag/docs/wb_magazine_issue_2/s/15053453.
Hungwe, C. 2006. Urban Agriculture As A Survival Strategy: An Analysis Of The Activities Of Bulawayo And Gweru Urban Farmers (Zimbabwe) Published By City Farmer, Canada, February.