Articles in referred journals 2022

  1. Jie Sun; Lewis Makosa; Jinkun Yang, Makosa Darlington; Fangyuan Yin; Moses Jachi (2022). Economic Sanctions and Shared Supply Chains. A Firm Level Study of the Contagion Effects of Smart Sanctions on the Performance of Non-Targeted Firms. European Management Review.
  2. Lucia Mandongwe, Stanley Murairwa, Phamela Dube (2022). A Theoretical Assessment of the Operational Budgets in Hyperinflation Countries, Lessons from Boarding Schools in Zimbabwe: Effects and Survival Strategies. International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) Volume VI, Issue VI, 2454-6186
  3. Forbes MAKUDZA, Lucia MANDONGWE, Gibson MURIDZI (2022). Towards Sustainability of Single-Owner Entities: An Examination of Financial Factors That Influence Growth of Sole Proprietorship. Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business Vol 13 No 5. , 15-26
  4. Newton Chinyamunjiko, Forbes Makudza, Lucia Mandongwe (2022).The Nexus between Blockchain Distributed Ledger Technology and Financial Crimes. International Journal of Financial, Accounting, and Management (IJFAM) ISSN: 2656-3355, Vol 4, No 1, 2022, 17-30
  1. Charis, G., Nkhoma, T.C, Danha, G. (2022). The scope and potential for mini-grid power systems based on biomass waste for remote areas in Sub-Saharan Africa, Ch 13, Handbook of Research on Resource Management and the Struggle for Water Sustainability in Africa. Edited by Nojiyeza I.S, Mtapuri O., Bazaanah P. and Netshiozwi E.E., IGI Global
  2. Chigondo, M., Nyamunda, B., Maposa, M. and Chigondo, F., (2022). Polypyrrole-based adsorbents for Cr (VI) ions remediation from aqueous solution: a reviewWater Science and Technology85(5), pp.1600-1619.
  3. Nyathi, L., Charis, G., Chigondo, M., Maposa, M., Nyadenga, D. and Nyenyayi, K. (2022). Fabrication of sawdust briquettes using local banana pulp as a binder.Detritus, (19), p.84.
  4. Prosper Tafadzwa Denhere, Munyaradzi Zhou, Ephias Ruhode (2022). A Practitioner Centred Assessment on Health Information Systems Interoperability Readiness in Zimbabwe: Mixed Study Approach. Universal Journal of Public Health, 10(1), 1 – 14. DOI: 10.13189/ujph.2022.100101.
  5. Cry Kuranga, Njodzi Ranganai, Tendai S. Muwani,T. Particle swarm optimization‑based empirical mode decomposition predictive technique for nonstationary data The Journal of Supercomputing DOI:1007/s11227-022-04646-6
  6. Basera, V., Muwani, T. & Ranganai, N. (2022). Assessing an Online Marketing Application Tool for Curios and Crafts Roadside Vendors Business in Vumba Mountains, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 11(2):xxx. DOI:
  7. Adedara Frank, Peter Kolapo, Nafiu Ogunsola, Prosper Munemo, Abayomi Akinola, Application of Improved Blasting Techniques in Open Pit Mining for Maximum Productivity: A Case of Oakyam Quarry Limited, Ogun State, Nigeria, Science Journal of Energy Engineering. Volume 10, Issue 2, June 2022 , pp. 12-23. doi: 10.11648/j.sjee.20221002.11
  8. Kolapo, Peter, Gafar Omotayo Oniyide, Khadija Omar Said, Abiodun Ismail Lawal, Moshood Onifade, and Prosper Munemo. 2022. “An Overview of Slope Failure in Mining Operations” Mining 2, no. 2: 350-384.
  9. Ngoroyemoto Tapiwa Frank Kwachara, Charles Chewu, Desire Runganga, Tatenda Nyamagudza, Ashley Sabao. Overview on an open pit mine planning of the Pickstone Peerless in a Volatile Environment. Indonesia Mining Journal. Volume 25, Issue 1 pp 13.
  1. Songo, S., & Zirima, H. (2022). Psychology student reactions and perceptions on the effectiveness of online teaching and learning at Manicaland State University of Applied Sciences in Mutare, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Sociological and Psychological Studies, 2(1), 87-105.
  2. Kwembeya, M., & Mutambara, J. (2022). Enhancing girls’ resilience in the face of COVID-19 pandemic in Marange Community, Zimbabwe. The Dyke journal 15(3) pp1-20.
  3. Kudejira, D., Kwembeya, M., Songo, S., Sifelani, I., & Matsikure, M.(2022). The Psycho-Anthropological Perspectives of Natural Hazards: Applicability of the Protection Motivation Theory in Explaining Behavioural Responses Towards Tropical Cyclone Idai in the Chimanimani District Of Zimbabwe. Journal of Culture and Psychology pp1-13
  4. Sifelani, I., Matsikure, M., Songo, S., Kwembeya, M., & Kudejira, D. (2022). Cyclone Idai-related losses and the coping strategies of adolescent survivors in the Odzi community of Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. South African Journal Of Psychology p 1-13.
  5. Kwembeya, M. (2021). The efficacy of social capital in assisting survivors of natural disasters deal with distress: the case of survivors of Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe. African journal of social work, 11(5) pp 283-289.
  6. Kwembeya, M., & Songo. S. (2021). COVID-19 Psychological adjustment distress, the case of professional health workers in Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe. Journal of Development Administration (JDA) 6(1) PP131-140.
  7. Baipai, R., Chikuta, O., Gandiwa, E. & Mutanga, C. (2022). Critical Success Factors for Sustainable Agritourism Development in Zimbabwe: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 11(SE1):617-632. DOI:
  8. Basera, V., Njerekai, C and Utete, C. (2022). Tourism certification for promoting tourism sustainability in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, African Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 3 (2), 59-72.
  1. Basera, V., Muwani, T. & Ranganai, N. (2022). Assessing an Online Marketing Application Tool for Curios and Crafts Roadside Vendors Business in Vumba Mountains, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 11(2):887-900.
  2. Batinoluho, L. & Basera, V. (2022). Festivals and tourism development: Examples from Tanzania and Zimbabwe  Journal of Tourism, Culinary and Entrepreneurship, 2(1): 18-32
  1. Makandwa, S. de Klerk & A. Saayman (2022): Culturally-based community tourism ventures in Southern Africa and rural women entrepreneurs’ skills, Current Issues in Tourism,
  2. Mhishi, M., Gwizangwe, I. & Bhukuvhani, C. (2022) Towards a sustainable technology-enhanced supervision and assessment of Teaching Practice: A pilot case of an e-Supervision model at a university in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT Vol 18, Issue 2

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