Name : Mr David Chibhoyi
Designation : Lecturer
Faculty : Applied Social Sciences
Department : Human Resource Management
0773 068 295 / 0719 068 295
MBA In Human Resource Management-Great Zimbabwe University
Bsc in Human Resource and Industrial Relations Management-Zimbabwe Open University.
Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management-Institute of People Management of Zimbabwe .
Diploma in Personnel Management- Institute of People Management of Zimbabwe.
Diploma in Risk and Security Management-Chartered Institute of Risk and Security Management.
Mr Chibhoyi David is a full time lecturer in the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences, Department of Human Resource Management at Manicaland State University of Applied Sciences (MSUAS), Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. He joined MSUAS in April 2019. He has distinguished himself both academically and professionally. He holds an MBA in Human Resource Management, Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resource and Industrial Relations Management, Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management, Diploma in Personnel Management, and Diploma in Risk and Security Management. Mr Chibhoyi also sits in various boards at the university as part of his university service and administrative roles.
Prior to joining MSUAS, he had been working as a full time lecturer at Police Staff College, Harare, Zimbabwe. He is also part time lecturer at Zimbabwe Open University, Manicaland, Faculty of Commerce and Law, in the department of Management and Business Studies.
He has also collaborated with several lecturers at MSUAS and other universities and has published two journal articles. His research interests are employee retention, industrial relations, motivation and Work-life balance
1) Mukoka, S. Tshuma, E. & Chibhoyi, D. Zimbabwe economic indicators and the global peace index ranking; International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research. Volume 5; Issue 3; May 2019; Page No. 09-13.
2) Jachi, M., Chakaipa, A., Muchongwe, N. & Chibhoyi, D. Perceptions Towards Participation in Local Developmental Programs among Youths and Women. Evidence from the City of Gweru. Zimbabwe. Journal Of Humanities And Social Science: Volume 25, Issue 5, Series. 1 (May. 2020) 23-32.
3) Mukoka, S. Chibhoyi, D. & Machaka, T. Use of Research Questions and Hypothesis on Mixed Methods Approach: An Analysis with Special Reference to Research Designs; Danubius Working Papers. Vol. 2no.1 (2020).
4) Mukoka, S. Chibhoyi, D. & Machaka, T. Research Approaches and Sampling Methods Paradox: The Beginning of Marginal Thinking in Research Methods. Danubius Working Papers. Vol. 2 no.1 (2020).
5) Mukoka, S. Chibhoyi, D. & Machaka, T. Role of Economist and Indigenous Institutions Danubius Working Papers. Vol. 2no.1 (2020).
6) Mukoka, S. Chibhoyi, D. & Machaka, T. Investors’ Confidence and Investiment Period: Key Variable for Interest Rate Policy Effectiveness. Danubius Working Papers. Vol. 2no.1 (2020).
7) Kajongwe, C; T. H, T. Machaka & Chibhoyi, D. (2021). Dynamics of Food Safety Management Strategies on Sustainability of Selected Manufacturing Small to Medium Size (SMEs) in Harare Metropolitan Province, Zimbabwe. Journal of African Interdisciplinary Studies. 5(12), 4 – 22.
8) Kajongwe, C; T. H, T. Machaka & Chibhoyi, D. (2021). The Efficacy of Fleet Management Strategies on Service Delivery of Selected State-Owned Enterprises in Zimbabwe. International Journal of African Business Studies, 2(12), 4 – 22
Work in progress
Membership to Professional Bodies
1) Affiliate Member: Institute of People Management of Zimbabwe [IPMZ].