Gender Based Violence

  • Analysis

    Gendered division of labour in the Second Agricultural Revolution: A Zimbabwean perspective

    By Chapeyama Jacqueline Tariro DIVISION of labour refers to role that people occupy in the production process. Different societies and economic systems have different ways of organising who does which particular job. International division of labour is whereby countries specialises in the production of particular things for exports. There is another important aspect of division of labour and that is…

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  • Analysis

    Gender equality for poverty reduction and sustainable development | OPINION

    By Marcel Mugariri The yawning gap between men and women in terms of property ownership can largely be blamed for the high levels of poverty and economic malaise which is endemic in the developing countries, the so-called third world countries. Governments now need to move beyond rhetoric and implement poverty-busting policies by deliberately crafting gender sensitive programmes aimed at capacitating…

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  • Courts and Law

    Man assaults, stones wife to death

    A BULAWAYO man last week allegedly assaulted his wife with stones and booted feet in a bushy area over an undisclosed misunderstanding leading to her death. Bulawayo provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the incident. The accused, Craig Walters (43) allegedly killed his wife Merilyn Walters (38) on January 24. Both lived in Trenance. “Allegations are that on January…

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