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Periodical articleGordon, Jessica (1998)
The Intersection of Race, Class and Gender and the Biases of ESAP
Abstract presentSAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review. Volume 3 #1. p. 55-66.

Periodical articleChipika, S. (1994)
The way forward in the small scale sector
Social Change and Development. #36. December. p. 5-6,12.

Periodical articleMabaso, C. (1994)
ESAP and the arts
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 7 #6. March. p. 34-36.

Periodical articleMakumbe, J. (1994)
What alternatives to ESAP?
Social Change and Development. #36. December. p. 11-12.

Periodical articleMhone, G.C.Z. (1994)
Can ESAP sustainability transform the non-formal sectors in Zimbabwe?. Pt. 1, The problem
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 7 #7. April. p. 47-49.

Periodical articleMupedziswa, R. (1994)
Is there an alternative to ESAP?
Social Change and Development. #36. December. p. 7-8, 18.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1992)
The Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (ESAP) in Zimbabwe
Social Change and Development. #28. p. 16-17.

Periodical articleChinyemba, A. (1992)
Implications of ESAP for library training and employment
Shelfmark. #151. April-June. p. 2-4.

Periodical articleHawkins, T.; Ridge, P. (1992)
Two aspects of ESAP
Zimbabwe Quarterly. Volume 6 #2. May. p. 14-18.

Periodical articleMasuko, L. (1992)
Privatisation, a swing in the economic policy pendulum
Zimbabwe Quarterly. Volume 6 #4. December. p. 2-5.

Periodical articleTsvangirai, M. (1992)
The effects of ESAP on the workers
Social Change and Development. #28. p. 5-6.

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