Dr. Jeffrey Kurebwa

Dr Jefrey Kurebwa

KUREBWA JEFFREY (PhD, MPA, HAD)
Position:
Lecturer, Department of Peace and Governance

Phone: +263 772 121 563 / +263 773 980 070      
Email: jkurebwa@buse.ac.zw / jeffkurebwa2015@gmail.com

Summary

Dr Jeffrey Kurebwa is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Peace and Governance at Bindura University of Science Education, Bindura, Zimbabwe. He holds a PhD in Public Administration from Nelson Mandela University, South Africa; a Master of Public Administration, and a Bachelor of Science Honours in Administration Degree from the University of Zimbabwe. Jeffrey Kurebwa teaches undergraduate and masters level. Dr. Kurebwa has supervised and examined dissertations at the undergraduate, master, and doctoral levels. He has examined Masters and Doctoral theses at Africa University, Women’s University in Africa, Zimbabwe Open University, Bindura University of Science Education (Zimbabwe), Durban University of Technology, University of Kwazulu Natal, and Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa), and University of Namibia. Jeffrey has over 80 publications including books, book chapters, and peer-reviewed journal articles in the areas of gender, local governance, youth development, natural resource governance, cyber security, and public policy. Kurebwa has edited two books on Participation of Young People in Governance Processes in Africa (2019), and Understanding Gender in the African Context (2020). Dr Kurebwa is a Programme Peer Reviewer for the Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (ZIMCHE). Kurebwa has peer-reviewed programmes for Women’s University in Africa, Zimbabwe Open University, UNICAF, University of Zimbabwe, Arrupe Jesuit University, Great Zimbabwe University, and Midlands State University. Dr Kurebwa has done consultancy work for UN Women, the National AIDS Council (NAC), and the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC). Kurebwa is also an Advisory Board member for Shamva Agricultural College. He has been instrumental in designing and teaching short courses in Projects Monitoring and Evaluation; Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning, Project Planning and Management; Gender and Transformative Leadership, and Family and Community Studies.

Research Publications

  1. Massimo, C., Mavima, P., & Kurebwa, J. (2024). Evolution of Public-Private Partnerships in Zimbabwe’s State Universities. Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research, 16(1), pp. 1-13.
  2. Kurebwa, J. (2023). Exploring New Teaching and Research Perspectives in the Humanities. Higher Education of Social Science, 25(2), pp. 38-43.
  3. Chitaka, S., & Kurebwa, J. (2023). Economic-Induced Migration as a Security Threat to Regional Stability: The Case of Zimbabweans Migrating to South Africa. Canadian Social Science, 19(4), pp. 127-137.
  4. Chinyonga, B.C., & Kurebwa, J. (2023). Effectiveness of Transitional Justice Processes in Peacebuilding in Zimbabwe: The Case of National Peace and Reconciliation Commission. Journal of African Studies and Development, 15(2), pp.23-35.
  5. Marima, I., & Kurebwa, J. (2022). Determinants of Dividend Pay-out by Property Companies Listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange: The Case of Zimre Property Investments Limited. Higher Education of Social Science, 23(2), pp.24-35.
  6. 6. Kurebwa, J. (2022). Urban Housing Affordability in Zimbabwe: The Case of Homelink Mortgage Scheme. Canadian Social Science, 18(5), pp. 43-53
  7. Nyamukapa, I., & Kurebwa, J. (2022). The Impact of Culture on Consumer Decision-making for Smallholder Farmers in Murewa District in Zimbabwe. African Journal of Business Management, 16(9), pp.182-196.
  8. Kurebwa, J. (2022). Policy Approaches in Affordable Urban Housing for Low-Income Earners. International Journal of Urban Planning and Smart Cities, 3(1), pp1-16.
  9. Kurebwa, J. (2022). Gender Roles and Utilisation of Indigenous Knowledge Systems in the Management of Forest Biodiversity: The Case of Madondo Communal Lands in Zimbabwe. International Journal Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 13(1), pp. 1-11.
  10. Kurebwa, J. (2022). A Critique of Conceptual Frameworks in Gender and Natural Resource Governance. International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 13(1), pp.1-13.
  11. Nyarugwe, R., Rudhumbu, N., Chinhara, H., & Kurebwa, J. (2022). An Analysis of Institutional Management Challenges Faced by Churn-Run Institutions as a Result of Corporate Governance, International Journal of Research, GRANTHAALAYAH, 10(6), pp.156-169.
  12. Nyarugwe, R., Rudhumbu, N., Chinhara, H., & Kurebwa, J. (2022). Strategies Used by Church-run Teachers Colleges to Promote Effective Institutional Management in Zimbabwe. Academic Research International, 13(1), pp. 1-12.
  13. Nyoni, A.T., & Kurebwa, J. (2022). The Impact of Financial Inclusion on Female-owned Small to Medium Enterprises: The Case of Siyaso Market in Harare Urban, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Applied Management Theory and Research, 4(1), pp1-16.
  14. Kurebwa, J. (2022). Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Rights Issues in Rural Zimbabwe. International Journal of Applied Research on Public Health Management, 7(1), pp. 1-10.
  15. Peggah, C., & Kurebwa, J. (2021). The Implications of Working from Home during the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown: The Case of Selected Non-Governmental Organisations in Harare, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Leadership and Governance, 1(1), pp 191-213.
  16. Nyarugwe, R., Rudhumbu, N., Chinhara, H., & Kurebwa, J. (2021). Perceived Corporate Governance and its Effects on Institutional Management in Church-run Teachers Colleges in Zimbabwe. Academic Research International, 12(2), pp. 71-84.
  17. Kurebwa, J. (2021). Theoretical Perspectives on the Participation of Rural Women in Local Governance. International Journal of Political Activism and Engagement, 8(4), pp. 39-54.
  18. Nharaunda-Makawa, R., & Kurebwa, J. (2021). Sexual Violence against Women during the Rwandan Genocide: A Narrative Review. International Journal of Peace and Development Studies, 12(2), pp. 71-79.
  19. Mamombe, T., & Kurebwa, J. (2021). The Winding Road to Stabilisation: Application of Post-conflict Recovery Responses and Frameworks, Academia Letters, 3071.
  20. Kurebwa, J. (2021). Implications of Illicit Financial Flows on Zimbabwe’s Development. International Journal of World Policy and Development, 7(2), pp. 27-34.
  21. Kurebwa, J. (2021). Actors in Illicit Financial Flows: The Zimbabwean Experience. Academia Letters, 1010.
  22. Chundu, M., Njobo, J., & Kurebwa, J. (2021). Sustainability of Family-owned Businesses in the Willowvale Industrial area of Harare, Zimbabwe. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 11(5), pp. 461-480.
  23. Mukumbuzi, W.R., Kurebwa, J., & Sithole, P. (2021). Citizen Participation in Community-based Planning: The Case of Borrowdale Residents and Rate Payers Association, Harare, Zimbabwe, International Journal of Political Activism and Engagement, 8(2), pp. 1-14.
  24. Kurebwa, J. (2021). Theoretical Perspectives on Understanding Gender-Based Violence, International Journal Political Activism and Engagement, 8(1), pp. 17-29.
  25. Kurebwa, J. (2021). Masculinity and Gender: Interventions to End Gender-Based Violence, International Journal Political Activism and Engagement, 8(1), pp. 41-57.
  26. Kurebwa, J. (2021). Understanding Cyber Security: A Review of the Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill in Zimbabwe, International Journal of Systems and Service-Oriented Engineering, 11(1), pp. 43-55.
  27. Kurebwa, J. (2020). Challenges in the Provision of Affordable and Decent Housing for Low-Income Earners: The Case of Harare City Council in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Political Activism and Engagement, 7(3), pp. 13-29.
  28. Kurebwa, J. (2020). Multilateral Responses to Cybercrimes in the SADC Region: The Case of Zimbabwe and South Africa, Canadian Social Science, 16(12), pp. 1-10.
  29. Washaya, Y.Y., & Kurebwa, J. (2020). Effectiveness of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Curbing Elephant Poaching in Zimbabwe. Canadian Social Science, 16(6), pp. 53-64.
  30. Kurebwa, J. (2020). The Capacity of Adolescent-Friendly Reproductive Health Services in Promoting Reproductive Health Rights of Adolescents in Bindura Urban of Zimbabwe. Higher Education of Social Science, 18 (1), pp. 61-72.
  31. Kurebwa, J. (2020). Micro-finance as a Tool for Financial Access, Poverty Alleviation, and Women Empowerment in Bindura District, Zimbabwe. Studies in Social Science Research, 1(1), pp. 21-38.
  32. Kurebwa, J. (2020). The Effects of Globalization on Youth Culture and Identity: A Zimbabwean Experience. Canadian Social Science, 16(4), pp. 5-13.
  33. Motsi, A.R., & Kurebwa, J. (2020). Military Intervention as a Means of Dealing with Dictatorship: The Zimbabwean Experience. International Journal of Political Science and Development, 8(4), pp. 137-148.
  34. Kurebwa, J., & Magumise, E. (2020). The Effectiveness of Cyber Security Frameworks in Combating Terrorism in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Cyber Research and Education, 2(1), pp. 1-16.
  35. Kurebwa, J. (2019). Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Services in Bindura Urban of Zimbabwe. International Journal of Patient-Centred Health Care, 9(2), pp. 1-20.
  36. Kurebwa, J. (2019). Violence, Emotionally Abusive and Controlling Behaviour in Intimate Partner Relationships: The Case of Bindura Urban in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Political Activism and Engagement, 6(1), pp. 39-51.
  37. Macheka, E., & Kurebwa, J. (2019). NATO’s Military Intervention in Libya: Implications on Regional Security. International Journal of World Policy and Development Studies, 18(3), pp. 18-27.
  38. Kurebwa, J., & Muchakabarwa, P. (2019). Media Images of Islamophobia on Cable News Network (CNN) and Implications for International Relations. International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism, 9 (1), pp. 31-47.
  39. Mukwena, S., & Kurebwa, J. (2019). The Implications of Non-tariff Barriers to Trade on COMESA Free Trade Area: The Case of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Canadian Social Science, 15(2). pp. 34-43.
  40. Chikosi, V.G., & Kurebwa, J. (2019). The Role of Community Share Ownership Trusts in Ensuring Sustainable Rural Livelihoods: The Case of Zimunya-Marange in Zimbabwe. Canadian Social Science, 15(1). pp. 36-46.
  41. Teya, W., & Kurebwa, J. (2019). The Effectiveness of State and Non-state Actors in Combating Human Trafficking and Ensuring Safe Migration Concerns of Zimbabwean Women. International Journal of World Policy and Development Studies, 5(5), pp. 42-52.
  42. Kurebwa, J. (2019). Zimbabwe-EU Relations after the New Political Dispensation: Prospects for Re-engagement. International Journal of Political Science and Development, 7(1), pp. 8-15.
  43. Ndlovu, M., & Kurebwa, J. (2019). Alternative Radio Stations and Ideological Propaganda in Zimbabwe: The Case of Voice of America’s Studio 7. IJRDO- Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research, 4(2), pp. 34-38.
  44. Kurebwa, J. (2018). Women, Peace and Security in the SADC Region: Progress, Prospects and Challenges. International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change, 5(3), pp. 48-63.
  45. Kurebwa, J. (2018). Gendered Inequalities in the Informal Economy in Masvingo Urban of Zimbabwe. Business, Management and Economics Research, 4(9), pp. 111-120.
  46. Nechena, H., & Kurebwa, J. (2018). Community Participation in Community Share Ownership Trusts in Bikita Rural District of Zimbabwe. International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Studies, 5(9), pp. 33-43.
  47. Mlambo, M., & Kurebwa, J. (2018). The Responsibility to Protect Principle in Shaping International Military Intervention: The Case of Syria. International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Studies, 5(6), pp. 13-27.
  48. Kurebwa, J. (2018). The Institution of Traditional Leadership and Local Governance in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change, 5(1), pp. 1-22.
  49. Kurebwa, J., & Kurebwa, N. (2018). Child marriages in Rural Zimbabwe. International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change, 5(1), pp. 40-54.
  50. Kurebwa, J. (2018). Implications of Illicit Financial Flows on Africa’s Democratic Governance. International Journal of Politics and Good Governance, IX (9.1), pp. 1-22.
  51. Tambwari, R., & Kurebwa, J. (2018). Morocco’s Readmission into the African Union: Implications on Collective Security. Sumerianz Journal of Social Science, 1(1), pp. 23-30.
  52. 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), pp. 43-54.
  53. Nhumburudzi, L., & Kurebwa, J. (2018). Leadership Succession in Zimbabwe’s Pentecostal Churches: The Case of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA) and Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM). Global Journal of Human-Social Science: Arts and Humanities, 18(1), pp. 45-51.
  54. Kurebwa, J. (2017). Women’s Access and Control over Woodland and Water Resources in Rural Zimbabwe. African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review, 7 (1), pp. 18-32.
  55. 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), pp. 21-28.
  56. Kurebwa, J., & Ndlovu, S. (2017). The Critical Mass Theory and Quota System Debate. International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications, 1 (1), pp. 48-55.
  57. Kurebwa, J. (2017). Non-State Actors Responsible for Ensuring Women’s Participation in Rural District Councils in Zimbabwe. Global Research Academy Multidisciplinary International Journal, 1(5), pp. 1-11.
  58. 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), pp. 17-27.
  59. Kurebwa, J. (2016). Development of a National Gender Management System for Local Government in Zimbabwe. Research Journal of Social Science and Management, 6 (3), pp. 145-154.
  60. Kurebwa, J. (2015). A Review of Hanna Pitkin’s (1967) Conception of Women’s Political Representation. International Journal of Science and Research, 5(11), pp. 50-60.
  61. 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), pp. 99-118.
  62. Kurebwa, J. (2015). Who Owns the Land? Rural Women’s Access to and Control over Agricultural Land in the Madondo Communal Lands of Gutu District, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Science and Research, 4 (9), pp. 50-57.
  63. 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), pp. 65-69.
  64. 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), pp. 94-108.
  65. Kurebwa, J., & Kurebwa, N.Y. (2014). Coping Strategies of Child-headed Households in Bindura Urban of Zimbabwe. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 3 (11), pp. 236-249.
  66. Kurebwa, J., Ngwerume, E & 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), pp. 1-17.
  67. 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), pp.125-132.
  68. 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), pp. 264-269.

Book Chapters

  1. Kurebwa, J. (2023). The Institution of Traditional Leadership and Partisan Politics in Zimbabwe. In E. Mavengano & S. Chirongoma (Eds.). Electoral Politics in Zimbabwe Volume 11: The 2023 Election and Beyond (pp.309-329). Switzerland: Springer Nature.
  2. Kurebwa, J. (2023). Agricultural Indigenous Knowledge Systems Practiced in Gutu Rural District of Zimbabwe. In M. Masenya (Ed.). Digital Preservation and Documentation of Global Indigenous Knowledge Systems (pp.157-177). USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers.
  3. Moyo, B., & Kurebwa, J. (2023). Implications for Harmonization of Higher Education Minimum Bodies of Knowledge in the SADC Region: The Case of Zimbabwe and South Africa. In J.D. Branch., & M. Durnali (Eds.). Global Perspectives on the Internationalization of Higher Education (pp.199-215). USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers.
  4. Kurebwa, J. (2022). Access to Healthcare Services by Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) People in Harare Urban, Zimbabwe. In E.A. Arimoro (Ed.). Global Perspectives on the LGBT Community and Non-discrimination (pp. 1-25). USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers.
  5. Mutape, S., & Kurebwa, J. (2022). The Impact of COVID-19 on Peacekeeping Operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In S.O. Cekirdekci., O.I. Karkis., & S. Gonultas. (Eds.). Handbook of Research on Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Threats and Impacts of Pandemics (pp. 148-162). USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers.
  6. Kurebwa, J. (2020). Preface. In J. Kurebwa. (Ed.). Understanding Gender in the African Context. (pp. XII-XV). USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers.
  7. Kurebwa, J. (2020). The Evolution of Gender Studies and Its Impact on the African Society in the 21st Century. In J. Kurebwa. (Ed.). Understanding Gender in the African Context. (pp. 1-18). USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers.
  8. Kurebwa, J. (2020). Gender Mainstreaming in Development. In J. Kurebwa (Ed.). Understanding Gender in the African Context. (pp. 19-40). USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers.
  9. Kurebwa, J. (2020). The Capture of Traditional Leaders in Zimbabwe for Political Expediency. In S. Chhabra (Ed.). Civic Engagement in Social and Political Constructs (pp. 196-219). USA: IGI-Global Publishers.
  10. Kurebwa, J., & Ndlovu, S. (2020). The Contribution of Uniformed Zimbabwean Women in Peacekeeping in Africa: Experiences from Liberia and East Timor. In S. Chhabra (Ed.). Civic Engagement in Social and Political Constructs (pp. 220-245). USA: IGI-Global Publishers.
  11. Kurebwa, J. (2019). Gender-Based Violence: A Case Study of Bindura Urban, Zimbabwe. In M. Hove., & G. Harris (Eds.). Infrastructures for Peace in Sub-Saharan Africa (pp. 25-34). Switzerland: Springer Nature.
  12. Kurebwa, J., & Dodo, O. (2019). Preface. In J. Kurebwa., & O. Dodo (Eds.). Participation of Young People in Governance Processes in Africa (pp. XV-XXI). USA: IGI-Global Publishers.
  13. Kurebwa, J. (2019). Young People-Sensitive and Participatory Governance Approaches: Lessons for the Zimbabwean Government. In J. Kurebwa., & O. Dodo (Eds.). Participation of Young People in Governance Processes in Africa (pp. 80-99). USA: IGI-Global Publishers.
  14. Kurebwa, J., & Yikoniko, S. (2019). Implications of the European Union (EU) – African, Caribbean, and Pacific Partnership Agreements on Economic Nationalism: The Case of Zimbabwe. In H.C. Chandan & B. Christiansen (Eds.). International Firms Economic Nationalism and Trade Policies in the Globalisation Era (pp. 140-157). USA: IGI-Global Publishers.
  15. Kurebwa, J., & Tanhara, J.R. (2019). Cybercrime as a Threat to Zimbabwe’s Peace and Security. In B. Christiansen & A. Piekarz (Eds.). Global Cyber Security Labour Shortage and International Business Risk (pp. 365-380). USA: IGI-Global Publishers.
  16. Kurebwa, J., & Matenga, K.L. (2019). The Threat of Cyber Warfare in the SADC Region: The Case of Zimbabwe. In B. Christiansen & A. Piekarz (Eds.). Global Cyber security Labour Shortage and International Business Risk (pp. 381-403). USA: IGI-Global Publishers.
  17. Nechena, H., & Kurebwa, J. (2018). Community Participation in Community Share Ownership Trusts in Bikita Rural District of Zimbabwe. In M.N. Amutabi (Ed.). Perspectives on Education Sector in Africa (pp.227-240). Kenya: Centre for Democracy, Research and Development.

Books

  1. Kurebwa, J. (Ed.). (2020). Understanding Gender in the African Context. USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers. 265 pages.
  2. Kurebwa, J., & Dodo, O. (Eds.). (2019) Participation of Young People in Governance Processes in Africa. USA: IGI-GLOBAL Publishers. 372 pages.
  3. Kurebwa, J. (2019). Representation and participation of Women in Politics, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. 151 pages.
  4. Kurebwa, J. (2015). Rural Women’s Participation in Local Governance in Zimbabwe, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. 415 pages.