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Zimbabwe: A Land Divided

Zimbabwe: A Land Divided

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Zimbabwe is a land divided - by its history as a British colony, and by its recent experience of liberation struggles and civil war. This book traces the evolution of a society that developed its own sophisticated culture over a thousand years ago, and is today recovering its own identity after a century of exploitation.
Zimbabwe is a land divided - by its history as a British colony, and by its recent experience of liberation struggles and civil war. This book traces the evolution of a society that developed its own sophisticated culture over a thousand years ago, and is today recovering its own identity after a century of exploitation.

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Published by: Oxfam on Apr 12, 2011
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Zimbabwe
A Land Divided
Contents
Introduction
3
Great Zimbabwe
5
White Rhodesia
8
Roads to freedom: the SecondChimurenga
10
The shadow of South Africa
12
A sort of refuge: problems on theMozambican border
14
War returns to Matabeleland
16
Facts and figures
20
Agriculture and the divided land
21
Land for the people: reform andresettlement
24
'The fields grow dust and stones':drought grips Zimbabwe
27
Taming the environment
-
or working with it?
29
Changing roles for women
31
Education: 'the birthright of everyZimbabwean'
34
Health for all by the year 2000?
37
The disability movement
40
The economy:sold to the highest bidder?
42
City life
46
Culture
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ancient and modern
50
Sport: a national obsession
54
Conclusion :
a
land divided?
56
A chronology of a nation
58
Sources and further reading
59
Notes and acknowledgements
62
Oxfam in Zimbabwe
64
Designed by Oxfam Design Department 708/MJ/92Published and printed by Oxfam,274 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 7DZISBN 0 85598 178 4 ©Oxfam 1992
Robin Palmer and Isobel Birch
This book converted to digital file in 2010
 
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