Dr. Edward Mandoga

Academic Qualifications

  • PhD (UFH,SA)
  • M.Ed (UZ, ZIM)
  • PGDE (UZ)
  • BA General (UZ)

Cell: +263 773 451 332 / +263 719 451 332
Email: emandoga@buse.ac.zw / edmandoga@gmail.com


Research Interests

  • Gender in education and society
  • Multicultural Education
  • Adolescent sexuality


  1. Chakandinakira, J. and Mandoga, E. (2017) A reflection on challenges faced by students with hearing impairment in a multicultural learning environment. A case of selected primary schools from Mutare District. Journal on International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary. ISSN: 2320-5083, Volume 5, Issue 7, August 2017
  2. Mandoga, E. Chakandinakira, J. (2014) Reflections on the Role of the Teacher in Promoting Multicultural pedagogy in Teaching and Learning at Secondary School. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 2 No. 4 April, 2014.
  3. Mhishi. M, Pedzisai. E and Mandoga. E (2013). Geographic Literacy and World Knowledge among Open Distance Learning Students in Zimbabwe. Greener Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 3 (7), pp. 301-309.
  4. Mandoga, E. Matswetu, V.and Mhishi, M. (2013). Challenges and opportunities in harnessing computer technology for teaching and learning: A case of five schools in Makoni East District. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences vol. 3 no 1 2013.
  5. Mandoga Edward, Zenda, Tonderai (2013). Adapting to Social Change through Re-engineering the Teacher Training Programme. International Journal of Sciences Volume 2, Issue April 2013.
  6. Matswetu, V.S, Munakandafa, W, Munodawafa, V and Mandoga, E (2013). Science Student Teachers Challenges and Coping Strategies in an Open and Distance Learning Environment in Zimbabwe,.Makerere Journal of Higher Education. Vol No 2 pgs. 125-137
  7. Mandoga, E., Zenda T and Mhishi, M. (2012). Curriculum Rebranding: Analysing the impact of emphasizing on teaching methodology as a way of improving teaching practice: A case of Mutare Teachers’ College in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Current Research Vol. 4, Issue 08, pp. 178-182. August, 2012.
  8. Mhishi, M., Mandoga E, Tunjera I. N & Bhukuvhani C. (2012) An Assessment of the 2009 Zimbabwe Government’s Decision to Enroll Pupils into Form One Using School-Based Assessment as an Alternative to Public Examinations. International Education Studies; Vol. 5, No. 4; 2012.
  9. Makwerere, D. Mandoga, E. (2012). Rethinking the Traditional Institutions of Peace and Conflict Resolution in Post 2000 Zimbabwe. International Journal of Social Science Tomorrow Vol. 1, No. 4.
  10. Makwerere, D. and Mandoga, E. (2012). Challenges and opportunities in developing football as a vehicle for peacebuilding in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Current Research Vol. 4, Issue, 12, pp.032-039, December, 2012.

Grants awards
Norman, Rudhumbu, Maroni Nyikahadzoi, Mpofu, Vongai, Dziva Diamond, Zinyeka Gracious, Chinhara Henry, Mandoga, Edward, Mwenje Judy: Seeding Labs’ Instrumental Access Grant of USD$150,000 (Grant successfully awarded, in September 2019