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|Title:||Zimbabwe: mired in transition|
Shumba, Jabusile M.
|City of publisher:||Harare|
|Abstract:||This book is about the possibilities and challenges of Zimbabwe's transformation from an unstable, non-democratic regime towards a stable, democratic political order. The transformation is taking place in the context of a comprehensive, decade-old crisis and is, therefore, difficult and protracted. Contributions: The public mood on Zimbabwe's political transition (Eldred V. Masunungure & Anyway Ndapwadza-Chingwete); Political speech & access to public broadcast media by political parties in Zimbabwe (Lyndon Tuyani Nkomo); Reflections on the significance of constitutions & constitutionalism for Zimbabwe (Greg Linington); Transitional justice & security sector governance: combating sexual & gender-based violence in Zimbabwe (Annie Barbara Chikwanha); Exorcising the spectre of electoral authoritarianism in Zimbabwe's political transition (Eldred V. Masunungure & Jabusile M. Shumba); Fiscal space challenges, policy options & Zimbabwe's economic recovery (Jabusile M. Shumba & Mohammed Jahed); Migration & development: issues & some lessons for Zimbabwe (Daniel Makina); Upgrading Zimbabwe's bureaucratic quality (Myo Naing); The role of local authorities in democratic transitions (Norbert Musekiwa); Youth in Zimbabwe - a lost generation (Mary Ndlovu); The fast-track land reform programme: impacts on the environment & agriculture (Vupenyu Dzingirai, Emmanuel Manzungu and Owen Nyamwanza). [ASC Leiden abstract]|