Dr Jeffrey Kurebwa

Dr Jefrey KurebwaQualifications

  • PHD PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (NMMU, SA)
  • MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (UZ)
  • BSC ADMINISTRATION (UZ)

Department: Peace and Governance
Phone: +263772121563
Email: jeffkurebwa@yahoo.co.uk

Research Interests: Gender and local governance, rural development, HIV and AIDS

Research Publications

  1. Kurebwa, J & Kurebwa, N. (2018). Child Marriages in Shamva District of Zimbabwe. Global Journal of Human-Social Science: Sociology and Culture, 18(1):31-38.
  2. Ndlovu, S & Kurebwa, J. (2018). Participation of Uniformed Women in United Nations Peacekeeping Missions in Liberia and East Timor. Global Journal of Human-Social Science: Interdisciplinary, 18(1):43-54.
  3. Nhumburudzi, L & Kurebwa, J. (2017). Leadership Succession in Zimbabwe’s Pentecostal Churches: The Case of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA) and Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM). Current Educational Research, 1(2):63-71
  4. Kurebwa, J. (2017). Women’s Access and Control over Woodland and Water Resources in Rural Zimbabwe, African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review, 7 (1): 18-32.
  5. Kurebwa, J. (2017). Knowledge and Perceptions of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health among Adolescents in Gutu Rural District of Zimbabwe, International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications, 1 (1): 21-28.
  6. Kurebwa, J & Ndlovu, S. (2017). The Critical Mass Theory and Quota System Debate, GRA Multidisciplinary International Journal, 1 (7): 26-35.
  7. Kurebwa, J. (2017). Non-State Actors Responsible for Ensuring Women’s     Participation in Rural District Councils in Zimbabwe, GRA Multidisciplinary International Journal, 1(5):1-11.
  8. Kurebwa, J. (2016). Political Participation of Rural Women in Decision-making at the Local Government Level in Zimbabwe, International Invention Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 3 (3): 17-27.
  9. Kurebwa, J. (2016). Development of a National Gender Management System for Local Government in Zimbabwe, Research Journal of Social Science and Management, 6 (3): 145-154.
  10. Kurebwa, J. (2015). A Review of Hanna Pitkin’s (1967) Conception of Women’s     Political Representation, International Journal of Science and Research, 5 (11):50-60.
  11. Kurebwa, J. (2015). A Review of International, Continental, Regional and Domestic Legislations on Gender Equality in Zimbabwe, Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities, 3 (2):99-118.

  12. Kurebwa, J. (2015). Who Owns the Land? Rural Women’s Access to and Control of Agricultural Land in the Madondo Communal Lands of Gutu District, Zimbabwe, International Journal of Science and Research, 4 (9): 50-57.
  13. Kurebwa, J. (2015). The Vulnerability of Female Informal Cross Border Traders to HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe: The Case of Beitbridge Border Post, IOSR     Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 20 (3): 65-69.
  14. Kurebwa, J. (2015). A Review of the Local Government System in Zimbabwe from 1980 to 2014, IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 20 (2): 94-    108.
  15. Kurebwa, J and Kurebwa, N.Y. (2014). Coping Strategies of Child-headed Households in Bindura Urban of Zimbabwe, International Journal of Innovative     Research and Development, 3 (11): 236-249.
  16. Kurebwa, J., Ngwerume, E and Massimo, C. (2014). Contribution of the Bindura Community Share Ownership Trust to Rural Development in Bindura Rural District Council of Zimbabwe, Journal of Public Administration and Governance, 4 (4): 1-17.
  17. Kurebwa, J. (2014). Rural Women’s Representation and Participation in Local Governance in the Masvingo and Mashonaland Central Provinces of Zimbabwe, IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences,19(12):125-132.
  18. Kurebwa, J. (2011). Organisational Downsizing and its Impact on Leavers and Survivors: The Case of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Journal of Emerging     Trends in Management and Economic Sciences, 2 (4): 264-269.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Kurebwa, J. (2018). EU-Zimbabwe Relations: Prospects for Re-engagement after the new Political Dispensation. 3rd Annual International Conference on European Union Studies (AICEUS), 23 March 2018, Zimbabwe Institute of Diplomacy Campus, Harare, Zimbabwe
  2. Kurebwa, J. (2015). Youth Exclusion and Prospects for Violence in Harare Urban of Zimbabwe. International Africa Peace and Security Education, 2-3 July 2015, Great Hall, Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe.
  3. Kurebwa, J. (2014). Participation of Women in Local Governance. International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration, 31 June to 5 July 2014, Boardwalk Convention Centre, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Committee Member: Bindura District Anti-Gender Based Violence Coordinating Committee (January 2015-present)

  • Implementation of anti-gender based violence campaign programme against adolescent girls and young women.
  • Training church leaders, pastors, traditional leaders and representatives of NGOs on the causes, effects and measures to curb gender based violence.
  • Providing psycho-social support to victims and survivors of Gender Based Violence in Bindura District.
  • Holding awareness and advocacy campaigns on spousal and domestic violence.
  • Gender sensitisation.