Gender, Politics and Land Use in Zimbabwe 1980-2012

Enna S. Gudhlanga, Norman Manyeruke & Onias Mafa

 

  • Codesria
  • Dakar
  • 2015
  • English
  • Paperback
  • 252 pages

Synopsis

Gender relations are viewed in terms of land use and ownership in pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial Zimbabwe. These socially constructed roles have been found to be unequal in terms of power and decision making. It is argued that lessening of social inequalities between men and women reduces poverty, raises farm efficiency and improves natural resource management. The book emphasises that once women are empowered, the quality of life of their households improves.

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Authors

Enna S. Gudhlanga is an Associate Professor and the Chairperson of the Department of Languages and Literature at the Zimbabwe Open University

Norman Manyeruke. Norman Manyeruke is a lecturer at National University of Science and Technology.

Onias Mafa is a Senior Lecturer and Programme Coordinator in the Department of Education at the Zimbabwe Open University.