Professor Percyslage Chigora

Lecturer: Politics and Public Management

Qualifications

  • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE HONOURS IN POLITICS AND ADMINISTRATION (UZ)
  • MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (UZ)

Research Interest

Foreign Policy, Elections and Electoral Systems, Land Reform, University Administration, Regional Integration, African Politics and Politics in Zimbabwe

Publications

Articles

  1. 2015 Percysladge Chigora et al    Factionalism in Political Parties in Zim in the 21st Century. Origins and Dimension, Hemisphere: Studies on Culture and Societies, Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, Poland.Vol 31 Number 4 pp81-94
  2. Percysladge Chigora, Theoretical Frameworks for comprehending Zimbabwe’s Foreign Policy and the International Development Dilemma, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa ( Vol 19, Number 1, 2017)
  3. Percysladge Chigora changes and continuities in Zimbabwe’s foreign policy in the 21st century and the implications for Sustainable Development Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Vol 19, Number 1 2017)
  4. 2016 Percysladge Chigora and Alouis Chilunjika, dealing with Electoral, Fraud in Zim: A Critical Appraisal of the 2012 Electoral Act, Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.Vol 21, Issue 11 November 2016 pp29-34
  5. Voter Registration and Education: The Critical Variables during the 2013 Harmonised Elections in Zimbabwe, OSSREA Bulletin, Volume XII Number 1 February 2015.pp. 28-46
  6. An Analysis of the Challenges Being Faced By Universities in Zimbabwe in Promoting Research OSSREA Bulletin, Volume XI  Number 2  June  2014.pp.23-30.
  7. Political Campaigning in 2013 Harmonized Elections: Examining the Strategies, OSSREA Bulletin, Volume XI  Number 1  February  2014, pp 30-41 .
  8. Reconciliation in Zimbabwe: Where, When and How? Journal of Global Peace and Conflict March 2014, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 01–17 ISSN: 2333-584X (Print), 2333-5858 (Online)
  9. The Socio-economic impact of the discovery of Diamonds in WARD 30 in Zimbabwe, International Journal of Social science research of tomorrow, Volume 2 number 8, 2013
  10. Promoting Good Governance in Crisis Ridden Country: The Zimbabwean Dilemma in the 21st Century, Journal of Administrative Sciences and Policy Studies, Vol. 1 No. 1, December 2013
  11. Agrarian Reforms For sustainable Food security and Development: Lessons for Developing Countries from Fast Track Land Reform in Zimbabwe, International Journal of  Humanities and Social science invention, Volume 2 Issue 6 June 2013, pp 18-22.
  12. University Administration in the 21st Century: The Politics of Resource Mobilization at Midlands state University, OSSREA Bulletin, Volume X Number 2, June 2013.
  13. An analysis of the effects of civil war and prospects for development in Mozambaque: The case of Frelimo-Renamo in Chokwe District, International Jouurnal of  Humanities and Social science invention, Volume 2 Issue 6 June 2013, pp 66-75.
  14. The Efficacy of Multi-Stakeholder Conflict Early Warning and Early Response Mechanism in Zimbabwe      OSSREA Bulletin, Volume X Number 1.
  15. The Sudanese Conflict, War Crimes and International Criminal Court, Turkish Journal of International Relations, Volume 10, Number 4, Winter, Special Issue for LDCs.
  16. Gender Equality in Institutions of Higher Learning in Zimbabwe: A Case of Midlands State University’s Experience with Female Advancement 2004-2007. Sephis e.Magazine, Volume 8 number 2 April 2012.
  17. The Changing Nature of State Immunity in the Framework of the International Criminal Court, Ossrea Bulletin, Volume IX, Number 1,  February 2012.
  18. Diplomacy, Regime Change Agenda and the     Survival of Zimbabwe in the New Millennium, Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations, Volume 10, Number 2-3, Summer-Fall
  19. Zimbabwe-Iran Relations in the 21st Century, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 13 No. 4
  20. The Challenges Facing Opposition Political Parties in Rural Zimbabwe in the 2000 New Millennium.   Journal of African political science and international relations, Volume 5 issue 7, July 2011
  21. Real Political Empowerment or Political Gimmick?: An Experience of Women with Guns Under  ZANU PF  During The Liberation Struggle 1970-180 ,African Journal of History and Culture Vol. 3(2), pp. 27–31, March 2011
  22. The Politics of the Government of National Unity (GNU) and Power Sharing in Zimbabwe:Challenges and Prospects for Democracy, African Journal of History and Culture Vol. 3 (2), pp. 27-31, March 2011
  23. Factors Affecting Voting Behavior and Voting Patterns in Zimbabwe’s 2008 Harmonised Elections, Journal of African Policy studies, Institute of African Affairs, Middle Tennessee State University, Volume 15 Number 2, 2009.
  24. Marxist-Leninist Theory of International Relations: Emerging Thinking in the 21st Century Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 12 number 8, 2010.
  25. Zimbabwe-Russia Relations In The 21st Century, Alternatives: Turkish Journal of international Relations, Volume 9. Number 4 Winter 2010
  26. An Analysis of the Coping Strategies Arising out of Food Shortages in Zimbabwe: A case of Chitse and Kamutsedzere Wards of Mt Darwin District from 2007-2008. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 2 Number 2,  Spring B 2010
  27. An analysis of the Implications of the Fast Track Land Reform Programme on Climate Change and Disaster Management in Zimbabwe: A Case of Chegutu District, Journalof Sustainable Development Africa, Volume 2 Number 2,  Spring B 2010
  28. An Analysis of the Impact of the Fast Track Land Reform Programme on Disaster Management in Zimbabwe: A Case of Vungu Rural District (2000-2009). Journal of sustainable development in Africa, Volume 2 Number 2, Spring B 2010
  29. Sanctions as a Tool in International Relations: A Critical Analysis of its conception, Implimentation and effectiveness in Zimbabwe 1996-2008, OSSREA BULLETIN, VOLUME VII, No. 2, JUNE 2010
  30. The Patterns of Corruption in Institutions of Higher Learning in Zimbabwe: A General Overview from State Universities in the 2000 New Millennium, Global South: SEHIS e- magazine  Vol.6 no.2 April 2010.
  31. Fake Heroines and the Falsification of History in Zimbabwe  1980-2009, Journal of African History and Culture, Volume 1 no.5 December 2009. pp. 079-083.
  32. The eight years of Interaction: Lessons from Zimbabwe’s Look East Policy and the Future of African Countries. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Spring 2009. Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.4. 501-513.
  33. Surviving in a Hostile Environment: An analysis of Zimbabwe’s Foreign Relations in 21st Century International Relations. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations Vol. 3 (3), pp. 092-098, March 2009    ISSN 1996-0832
  34. Continual, Consistent and Predictable? An Anatomy of Zimbabwe’s Foreign Policy 1990-2008. OSSREA Bulletin, Volume VI, no. 1, February 2009.pp.24-40
  35. Towards a globally regulated trade regime: The role-played by Free Trade Areas and Regional Trading Blocs.Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.2. 501-513. ISSN1520-5509.
  36. A History that haunts the Present Generation: The Origins of the land problem in Zimbabwe.  Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.2. 514-537, ISSN1520-5509
  37. Contending with Transnational Problems in the Globalisation Era: Questioning and Arguing for International Development Programs   Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.2. 9. pp. 539-559.ISSN1520-5509
  38. Acting In The Name of National Interest: The Survival strategy of Zimbabwe in International Intervention in Mozambique and Democratic People’s Republic of Congo (DRC). Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.2.pp. 630-652. ISSN1520-5509
  39. The Feasibility of Arms Control and Disarmament in International Security: The African Experience in the Post Cold war. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 10. No.1.pp 84-104. ISSN1520-5509
  40. The challenges Facing the African Union in achieving continental security: Towards a COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF SOME ENLIGHTENING VIEWS IN THE NEW MILLENIUM, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 10. No.1.pp 66-83. ISSN1520-5509
  41. An Nexus between Land Redistribution and Poverty Reduction: A Qualitative Overview the Fast Track Land Reform Rural Zimbabwe. Journal of African Policy Studies,  Volume 13 Number 2 and 3, Institute of African  Affairs, Middle Tennesse State University, pp.1-24,
  42. Of Elections and Vote Rigging: The Zimbabwean Experience with Aspects of Electoral Fraud in Local Government Elections 2000-2006. Journal for Local Government Management, Volume 1 Number 3 December 2007. ISSN 1996 1308.
  43. Achieving a United States of Africa: Practical Vision or Utopian Ideal? OSSREA Bulletin, Volume IV, no. 3, October 2007.pp.28-35.
  44. Beyond the Truth: Limitations to Social Science Research. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 9. No.3.pp 172-185. ISSN1520-5509.
  45. Indigenous Knowledge system and the Conservation of Small Grain Seeds: A Case of Sangwe Communal lands Chiredzi. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 9. No.3.pp 146-157. ISSN15-5509.
  46. Indigenous Medicinal Knowledge and the Provision of Health Care in Rural Zimbabwe: The case of Mutirikwi Communal Lands. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 9. No.2.pp 26-43. ISSN15-5509.
  47. On Crossroads: Zimbabwe’s Foreign Policy with the West, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, Vol 9 no.1, January 2007,pp 170-183. ISSN15-5509.
  48. The Utility of the Look East Policy: A Critical Appraisal of Zimbabwe’s Foreign Policy in the New Millennium, OSSREA Bulletin, OSSREA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Vol 111 no. 3, October 2006, pp 25-30.
  49. On Crossroads: Reflections of Zimbabwe’s Relations with Britain at the New Millennium. Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations, Department of International Relations, Fatih University, Istanbul, Turkey, Vol. 5, No 3, Fall 2006, pp 61-76.ISSN 1303-5525.
  50. The Nexus Between Poverty Reduction and Land Redistribution: An Overview of the Zimbabwean Situation. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, Vol. 8, No. 2, 2006, pp 81-92.ISSN15-5509.
  51. Cowen Dziva Percyslage Chigora, Building a Case for the Adoption of E-Voting Electoral System in Zimbabwe Based on the Namibian Experience Journal of Public Administration and Development Alternative, Vol 2 Issues 1.1, pp. 49-64, and 2017
  52. Percyslage Chigora and Joshua Chakawa, ‘Indigenous Knowledge System in Sexual Intercourse and Reproductive Health in Selected Communities in Zimbabwe’,7th International Conference on Communication and Information Science, Carribbea Bay Hotel, Kariba, Zimbabwe, 21-24 August 2017, pages 175-183. (ISBN978-0-7974-8212-8)
  53. Torque Mude and Percyslate Chigora, The Implication of Brexit on European Union’ relations with Zimbabwe and the Future of Zimbabwe’s development Paradox. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Volume 19, No.3, 2017)

 

Books

  1. The Crisis in Zimbabwe: Examining the Origins, Lambert Academic Publishing, Strasburg, ISBN 978-3-659-10988-1
  2. Political Parties in Zimbabwe in the 21st Century, Lambert Academic Publishing, Strasburg, ISBN 978-3-8473-3199-5
  3. History of Political Parties in the First Two Decades of Independence, Lambert Academic Publishing, Strasburg, pp 83. ISBN: 978-3-8465-5498-2
  4. Politics in Zimbabwe in the 21st Century: International and Domestic Issues for National Healing, Reconciliation and Integration Lambert Academic Publishing, Strasburg, pp 127. ISBN: 978-3-8465-0587-8

Book Reviews

  1. A review of Shaazka Beyerle, Curtailing Corruption: People power for accountability and justice, Lynne Rienner Publisher, Boulder London, ISBN 978-1-62637-056-2 pp325. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. (Vol 18, Number 5, 2016).
  2. 2015 Rabah Arezki, Thorvaldur Gylfason, Amadou Sy (eds). 2011. Beyond the Curse:  Policies to Harness the power of Natural Resources, Washington: International Monetary Fund. 275pp, Africa Studies Quarterly, volume 16, Issue Number 1, December 2015, pp 104-106
  3. 2015 Maciej J. Bartkowski (ed) Recovering Nonviolent History: Civil Resistance in Liberation struggles, Lynne Rienner Publishers:London, pp.436, ISBN 978-1-58826-895 Hemisphere: Studies on Cultures and societies, Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, Polish Academy of Sciences. Vol 30 No. 3 pp107-109
  4. A review of Solani Ngobeni (ed) Scholarly Publishing in Africa: Opportunities and Impediments, Africa Institute of South Africa, Pretoria, 2010. pp. 378, The Dyke: Journal of the Midlands State University, Volume 6 Number 4.
  5. A review of Stephen D. Morris and Charles H. Blake (eds) Corruption and Politics in Latin America: National and Regional Dynamics, Lynne Rienner publishers, Boulder London, 2010, ISBN 978-158826-743-6. Pp. 287. Global South, Sephis e.Magazine, Volume 9 number 1 January 2013
  6.  The Globalisation of Political Violence: Globalisation’s Shadow, Routeledge/Warwick Studies in Globalisation, London/Newyork, 2008. pp. 291. ISBN 10 0-4415 -42533-6, The Dyke: Journal of the Midlands State university, Volume 5 Number 1
  7. Security Cooperation in Africa: A Reappraisal. Boulder and London: Firstforumpress. p.336. Journal of Sustainable Development Africa, Winter A. Volume 13, Number 2, 2011.
  8. LAND REFORM, CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ZIMBABWE, Pakistan Journal of the Social sciences, Volume 8, Number 3, 146- 151, 2011
  9. Africa in World Politics: Reforming Political Order. Boulder: Westview Press, 2009. xvi, 408p. Africa Studies Quarteley African Studies Quarterly | Volume 12, Issue 3 | Summer 2011
  10. Ward Anseeuw and Chris Alden (ed) The Struggles Over Land in Africa: Conflicts, Politics and Change, Human Sciences Research Council, Cape Town, 2010, pp. 289. 1SBN 9 780 796 923226, Journal of Sustainable Development Africa, Winter A. Volume 12 Number 7.
  11. Turning Points in African Democracy, edited by Abdul Raufa Mustapha and Lindsay Whitefield, Rochester NY: Boydell and Brewer (James Currey), 2009, xix+235pp. $55 (hardback). ISBN 978 1 84701 317 0. African Affairs,  109 (437), October 2010, 671-672
  12. Tim Hart and Ineke Vorster, Indigenous Knowledge on the South African Landscape: Potentials for Agricultural Development, Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa, 200.p.52. ISBN 978-07969-2162-8.Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume  Number ,  Summer A 2010
  13. OECD, Aid for Trade: Making it Effective, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, 2006.pp.94. ISBN 92-64-02693-2, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 2 Number 2,  Spring B 2010
  14. OECD, Financing Development 2008:Whose Ownership? Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, 2008.pp.112. ISBN 8789264045583. Journal of sustainable Development, Volume 2 Number 2,  Spring B 2010
  15. The Africa Union and its Institutions, edited by John Akokpari, Angela Ndinga-Muvumba and Tim Murithi, Sunnyside: Fanele and Centre for Conflict Studies, xxvi +390pp, ISBN 978-1-920-19603-5  Journal of Sustainable Development, Volume 2 Number 2,  Spring B 2010
  16. Nena Thundu, Annamarie K. Kiaga, and Suzan W. Mwangi Omondi, (eds)  Assessing Gender Policies in the East African Region: Case Studies from Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda, Development Policy Management Forum, Nairobi, 2008. Pp 289, ISBN 9966-7266-1-6 Journal of Sustainable Development, Volume 2 Number 2,  Spring B 2010
  17. Roger C. Riddell, Does Foreign Aid Work? Oxford University Press, New York, 2007. Pp 507, ISBN 978-0-19-929565-4 Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania volume 12 number 1. 2010 pp.372-374. ISSN1520-5509
  18. Civil Society, Governance and Regional Integration in Africa, edited by Adekunle Amuwo, Hippolyt Pul, and Irene O. Adadevoh, Nairobi:Development Policy Management Forum,2009, xiii+388 pp. $30.00. ISBN 9966 7266 2 4. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania volume. 12. number 1. 2010 pp. 369-371. ISSN1520-5509
  19. Patrick Chabal, Africa: The Politics of Suffering and Smiling, London and New york:Zed Books, 2009,pp, 212, ISBN 978-1-84277-909-5  Global South: SEHIS e- magazine  Vol.6 no.1 January 2010. pp.68-69
  20. OECD, Development and Agriculture: The Case for Policy Coherence, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, 2005.pp. 123. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 11. winter,  ISSN1520-5509
  21. OECD, The Development Effectiveness of Food Aid: Does tying Matter? Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, 2006.pp. 121. ISBN 92-64-01346-6 Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 11. winter . ISSN1520-5509
  22. Francis B Nyamnjoh, Insiders and Outsiders: Citizenship and Xenophobia in contemporary Southern Africa, Zed Books, London/New York, 2006. pp.273. ISBN 1 84277 677 0. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 11. , winter . ISSN1520-5509
  23. James M. Lutz and Brenda J. Lutz, Global Terrorism, Routledge, London, 2004, pp.289, ISBN 0-415-700051-5 Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 11. No.1.p. 367-368, Summer. ISSN1520-5509
  24. Muzong Kodi, Corruption and Governance in the DRC During the Transition Period (2003-2006), 1SSN, 2008, pp.113. ISBN 978-1-920114-43-5 Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 11. No.1.p. 367-368, Summer. ISSN1520-5509
  25. Jocelyn Alexander, The Unsettled Land: State-Making and the Politics of Land in Zimbabwe 1893- 2003. James Currey, Oxford, 2006, pp, 230, ISBN 0 85255 892-9. Global South: SEPHIS e- magazine  Vol.5 no.3 July 2009. pp.29-30
  26. Assis Malaquias, Rebels and Robbers: Violence in Post-Colonial Angola, Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, UPPSALA, 2007.pp.263. ISBN 978-91-7106-580-3, African Security Review, Volume 18, number 2.pp. 129-13
  27. Luc Huyse and Mark Salter (eds) Traditional Justice and Reconciliation after Violent Conflict: Learning from African Experience, International Institute For Democracy and Electoral Assistance, Stockholm, 2008, pp 203. ISBN 978-91-85724-28-4, African Security Review, Volume 18, number 1, March 2009, pp.118-120
  28. Ragnar Waldahl, Politics and Persuasion: Media Coverage of Zimbabwe’s 2000 Election, Weaver Press, Harare, 2004.pp.148. ISBN 0 77922 0278. The Dyke: A Journal for Midlands State University, Volume 3, Issue 1, June 2008, p.92-94. ISBN
  29. Muna Ndulo, (ed) Democratic Reform in Africa: Its Impact on Governance and Poverty Alleviation, James Currey, Oxford, 2006, pp.304. Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review – Volume 24, Number 2, June 2008, pp. 79-82
  30. Oystein H. Rolandsen, Guerrilla Government: Political Changes in the Southern Sudan during the 1990s, Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, UPPSALA, 2005,.pp.201. ISBN 91-7106-537-7 Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.2.p. 828-830. ISSN1520-5509
  31. Roger Southhall and Henning Melber (eds) Legacies of Power: Leadership Change and former presidents in African politics, Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa, 2006.p.352. ISBN 978-07969-2102-8. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.2. p. 831-838. ISSN1520-5509
  32. Lars Buur, Steffen Jensen, Finn Stepputat (eds), The Security-Development Nexus: Expressions of Sovereignty and Securitisation in Southern Africa, Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa, 2007.p. 288. ISBN 13 978-0-7969-2184-0, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyylvania Vol 10. No.2. p. 839 -846. ISSN1520-5509
  33. Patrick J. McGowan and Philip Nel (ed) Power, Wealth and Global Equity: An International Relations Textbook for Africa, University of Cape Town Press, Cape Town, 2000.pp.388. ISBN 1 919713 64 6. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 10. No.1.pp 250-255. ISSN1520-5509
  34. Francis B Nyamnjoh, Africa’s Media:Democracy and the Politics of Belonging, Zed Books, London/New York, pp.308, ISBN 1 84277 583 9. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 10. No.1.pp 246-249. ISSN1520-5509
  35. Donald S. Moore, Suffering for the Territory: Race, Place, and Power in Zimbabwe, Weaver Press, Harare, 2005.pp,399. ISBN 1 777922 037 5. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 10. No.1.pp 256-260. ISSN1520-5509Paul Gready and Jonathan Ensor, Reinventing Development? Translating Rights Based Approaches From Theory into Practice, Zed Books, London/Newyork, 2005, pp.315, ISBN 1 84277 649 5. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 10. No.1.pp 261-265. ISSN1520-5509
  36. Patrick Bond and Masimba Manyanya, Zimbabwe’s Plunge: Exhausted Nationalism, Liberalism and the Search for Social Justice, Weaver Press, Harare, 2003. ISBN 1-777922-005-7 The Dyke: A Journal for Midlands State University, Volume 2,no. 1, p.129-130.
  37. Amanda Hammar, Brian Raftopoulous, Stig Jensen, (ed) Zimbabwe’s Unfinished Business: Rethinking Land, State and Nation State in the Context of Crisis, Weaver Press, Harare, 2003.Pp 316, ISBN 0 7974 2241 2. The Dyke: A Journal for Midlands State University, Volume 2, no 2 p.117-119.
  38. Tsueno  Yoshikuni, African Urban Experiences in Colonial Zimbabwe: A social History of Harare before 1925, Weaver Press, Harare, 2006, pp, 162. ISBN 1 777922 054 5. Journal for Local Government Management, Volume 1 Number 3 December 2007. ISSN 1996 1308
  39. Preben Kaarsholm (ed) Violence, Political Culture and Development in Africa, James Currey, London, 2006.pp.224. ISBN 0 80255 394 2. ISBN 1 84277 424 7. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 9. No.4.pp 340-343. ISSN1520-5509.
  40. Sam Moyo and Paris Yeros (eds) Reclaiming the Land: The Resurgence of Rural Movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Zed Books, London New York, 2005, pp 426. ISBN 1 84277 424 7. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 9. No.3.pp 186-191. ISSN15-5509.
  41. M.A. Mohamed Salih,(ed) African Political Parties: Evolution, Institutionalisation and Governance, Pluto Press, London, 2003, PP. 372, ISBN 0 7453 2038 4. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Vol 9. No.3.pp 192-195. ISSN15-5509.
  42. Micheal Barnett and Raymond Duvall (eds) Power in Global Governance, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2005, pp, 367. ISBN 0-521-54952-3. Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations, Department of International Relations, Fatih University, Istanbul, Turkey, Vol 6 No. 1&2 Spring&Summer 2007, pp 61-76.ISSN 1303-5525.pp 189-192.
  43. Geoff Harris, (ed) Achieving Security in Sub-Saharan Africa: Cost Effective Alternative to the Military, Institute of Security Studies, Pretoria, 2004,pp 211.ISBN 1-919913-61-0, Journal on Sustainable Development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, Vol 9 no.1, January 2007. ISSN15-5509.
  44. Dani Nabudere and Ibbo Mandaza, Pan Africanism and Integration in Africa, Sapes Books, Harare 2002, pp339, ISBN: 1-77905-149-2, Journal on Sustainable development in Africa, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, January 2007. ISSN15-5509.

Community Engagement

  • 2010-2013, External Examiner, Department of Social Sciences, Great Zimbabwe  University, Zimbabwe
  • 2009, Production of position papers on the Zimbabwe constitution regarding, “The doctrine of the separation of powers” and “The executive organs of the State”, Submitted to Transparency International-Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe.
  • 2009-2012 External Examiner, Department of Development Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Lupane State University, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
  • 2008       Midlands State University Lecturers Association, 2008: Draw up constitution for Midlands State University Lectures’ Association, Midlands State University, Gweru, Zimbabwe..
  • 2002       Intermediate Technology Development Group Southern Africa. 10 October 2002 to 10 May 2003. Planning and organizing the establishment of the Small-Scale Beekeeper Association of Zimbabwe.
  • 2012- Present Member of University Council, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe.
  • 2012– Present. Member of Senate, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe.
  • 2005 –2010. Member of Senate, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe, 2005 to 2010
  • 2005-2007. Faculty Representative to the University’s International Relations Committee, Midlands State University Zimbabwe.
  • Member of the Coordinating Team, Model United Nations, 2004
  • 2004-2005. Coordinator Development Studies Association, Department of History and Development Studies, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe   2004-2005
  • 2004-2005. Public Lectures Coordinator, Department of History and Development Studies, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe   2004-2005
  • 2009- present, Editorial Board Member, African Journal of History and Culture (AJHC)
  • 2009, Associate Editor, The International Journal of Interdiscplinary social sciences. Volume 2, volume 4,
  • 2002-2004, Co-Editor and Producer, BKAZ Newsletter, Intermediate Technology Development Group-Beekeepers Association of Zimbabwe.
  • 2003 Editor, The Beekeepers Training Manual, Intermediate Technology Development Group- Beekeepers Association of Zimbabwe
  • 2013 Module reviewer, Zimbabwe: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Volume 1 N. 2 , ZIMCHE, Zimbabwe.
  • 2011, Editorial Board Member, International Journal of World History and Economics.
  • 2010 -2011 Production Editor, Monograph Series of Social Science Consultancy Trust, Zimbabwe Political Science Review, Journal of History and Development, Zimbabwe Social science Review.
  • 2010, Editor in Chief, Monograph Series of Social Science Consultancy Trust- Issue Number 1 and 2.
  • 2010  Editor in Chief, Zimbabwe Political Science Review, Vol 1 number 1, Vol 1 number 2.
  • 2010 Editor in Chief, Journal of History and Development Vol 1 number 1, Vol 1 nuber 2.
  • 2010, Editor in Chief, Zimbabwe Social Sciences Review, Vol 1 number 1, Vol 1 number 2.
  • 2010- Present Production Editor, Zimbabwe International Journal of Languages and Culture. Volume 1 Number 1, Vol 1 number 2,
  • 2010, Founder, Zimbabwe Journal of History and Development, Social Science Research Consultancy Trust, Gweru, Zimbabwe.
  • 2010, Founder, Zimbabwe Social Sciences Review, Social Science Research Consultancy Trust, Gweru, Zimbabwe.
  • 2010, Founder, Zimbabwe Political Science Review, Social Science Research Consultancy Trust, Gweru, Zimbabwe.
  • 2010, Co-Founder, Zimbabwe International Journal of Languages and Culture, Social Science Research Consultancy Trust, Gweru, Zimbabwe.
  • 2009, Founder, Social Science Research Consultancy Trust, Gweru, Zimbabwe.

 

Partnerships Initiated

  • 2003 BKAZ- ZFDT Partnership: whilst at Intermediate Technology Development Group- Beekeepers Association of Zimbabwe
  • 2002 BKAZ- ZBA Partnership: whilst at Intermediate Technology Development Group- Beekeepers Association of Zimbabwe