Staff Profile

/Ms Lilian Nyamwanza

Ms Lilian Nyamwanza

Lecturer


Qualifications:

  • BCom (MSU)
  • MCom (MSU)
  • ICPA

Research interests:

  • Taxation
  • Sustainable reporting
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Financial management

Publications:

  • Mhaka C, Nyamwanza L. and Makaza F. (2014) Finding a Balance between Substantive Equality and Sustainable Economic Growth: A Zimbabwean Perspective Compared to other Countries. Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 2 No. 1, pp16-24.
  • Mashiri E., Nyamwanza L. , Mhaka C. (2014) Zimbabwean Government Initiatives for Widening Revenue Base: A Comparison of the Existing and Proposed Income Tax Act. International Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 2 No. 4, pp 208-214.
  • Mhaka S., Mhaka C., and Nyamwanza L. (2014) Pension Fund Size (asset size) and Fund investment performance in Zimbabwe: Does size really matter? The International Journal Of Business and Management, (ISSN 2321-8916) www.theijbm.com, Vol 2 Issue 9,
  • Nyamwanza T., Mapetere D., Mavhiki S., Nyamwanza L. and Tumai K. (2014) Cotton industry’s strategic responses to side marketing of cotton by contract farmers in Zimbabwe. European Journal of Business Economics and Accountancy, pp 40- 52 (progressive academic publishing UK www.idpublications.org )
  • Nyamwanza T., Mavhiki S., Mapetere D. and Nyamwanza L (2014) An Analysis of SMEs’ Attitudes and Practices Toward Tax Compliance in Zimbabwe, SAGE Open July- September 2014:1-6 DOI: 10.1177/21582440145442776 sgo.sagepub.com.
  • Nyamwanza L., Paketh L., Mhaka. C., Makaza F., and Moyo N. (2014) An Evaluation of the Policies Instituted by the Government of Zimbabwe in Promoting Survival and Growth of SMEs: The Case of Glenview Area 8 SMEs, International Journal of Novel Research in Marketing Management and Economics, www.noveltyjournals.org
  • Micro-determinants of customer level interoperability: a feasibility study between traditional banks and Mobile Network Operators in Zimbabwe. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, <jde@syr.edu>, Mashiri, E., Dzingirai C., and Nyamwanza L.
  • Nyamwanza T, Mavhiki S, Nyamwanza L. (2015) Capacity utilization strategies in the milk processing industry in Zimbabwe. Journal of Management and Marketing Research   Volume 18,
  • Micro-determinants of customer level interoperability: a feasibility study between traditional banks and Mobile Network Operators in Zimbabwe. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, <jde@syr.edu>, Mashiri, E., Dzingirai C., and Nyamwanza L.
  • The effects of strategic risk management on performance of insurance products: a case of First Mutual Life Insurance Nyamwanza L., Matsika R., Samugwede O., Nyazenga P.

Community service:

  • Departmental social responsibility and welfare of students
  • Social responsibility committee
  • Open day- departmental representative

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