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Innovative rural financing in Zimbabwe: a case of cattle banking
(The Clute Institute, 2014)
This study breaks new ground by looking at an innovative financial approach of livestock banking vis-vis rural finance. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the validity and feasibility of cattle banking as an alternative ...
Indigenous social capital in women–led small businesses in rural Zimbabwe
By taking into account gender differences through which social capital is formed and operates, the article is based on the study that examines how indigenous social capital influences and impacts on women led businesses ...
The usage of social media as a marketing tool in two Southern African countries
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
This research provides empirical evidence for the usage of social media in the marketing of accommodation establishments in two Southern African countries. The usage of social networks in the accommodation sector of these ...
Green management in hotels: a supply-side analysis
(De Gruyter Open; ASERS, 2016)
Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world and an important economic tool. However, it also has many negative effects on the environment. Hotels, as part of the tourism industry, have a significant impact on the ...
Getting to know the Amakwerre-kwerre: the socioeconomic circumstances of Zimbabwean day labourers in South Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
Over the past decade, in the face of volatile economic conditions at home, there has been an influx of Zimbabweans into South Africa looking for work and a better life. Many of these jobseekers have moved into the day ...
Non–Governmental organisations and rural poverty reduction strategies in Zimbabwe: A case of Binga rural district
(Virtus Interpress, 2015)
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effectiveness of strategies implemented by Non-governmental organisation (NGOs) for poverty alleviation in Zimbabwe with specific reference to Zimbabwe’s Binga Rural District. ...