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THE DYKE The Director of Research and Postgraduate Studies Midlands State University Private Bag 9055 Gweru Zimbabwe Phone: / Ext 396 Fax: / / Midlands State University 2012 Published by: Midlands State University Private Bag 9055 Senga Road Gweru Zimbabwe 4 Vol. D...1 CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: THE CASE OF GWERU URBAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS Simuforosa Magwa...17 ADULT EDUCATION STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF E-LEARNING: A CASE STUDY OF MIDLANDS STATE UNIVERSITY Lockias Chitanana and Loveness Museva...29 AN ASSESSMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE HIV/AIDS KNOWLEDGE LEVELS AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STATE AND PRIVATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN ZIMBABWE.
6.2 (2012) The Dyke TABLE OF CONTENTS THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CHIADZWA INFORMAL DIAMOND MINING ON THE LIVES OF THE PEOPLE OF CHIADZWA AND ITS HINTERLAND Nyawo, Vongai. Njabulo Nkomazana...48 CRITERION AND NORM REFERENCED TESTS IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM: LIVENING UP THE DEBATE Samuel Mashingaidze...69 ANALYSIS OF THE EDUCATIONAL POLICYMAKING PROCESS IN GEORGIA: A CASE OF HOUSE BILL (HB) 247 (AMENDED1999) ON BULLYING IN SCHOOLS.
All who travelled from the Mutare direction ought to have card IDs that started with number 75 as an indicator that they were local and not proceeding to the mine. 6.2 (2012) 7 token all using the Buhera route had to be 07 or else they were not allowed to proceed on their journey.
Mildred Mahapa and Vonai Chirasha SELECTION OF SCIENCE SUBJECTS AT ADVANCED LEVEL BY FEMALES : AETIOLOGY AND CHALLENGES Gudyanga Anna and Gudyanga Eliphas BOTTLENECKS TO INTEGRATED RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING IN ZIMBABWE: A FOCUS ON THE MIDLANDS PROVINCE Crispen D. 6.2 (2012) 5 STRESS AND COPING AMONG INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT A UNIVERSITY IN EASTERN ZIMBABWE John Mapfumo REVISITING HOW KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY OF THE CENTRE SUSTAINS RURAL POVERTY AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA Matunhu Jephias EVALUATION OF SURVIVAL STRATEGIES USED BY GWERU SMALL TO MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN THE MOTOR OIL INDUSTRY Mafumbate Justice, Mafuka Alfred and Nyanhete E CALL FOR PAPERS AND NOTES FOR CONTRIBUTORS...202 6 Vol. Diamond mining, both formal and informal, has impacted on their way of living, from their agriculture, their health, their values, the upbringing of their children, especially of school going age, their moral probity, including their language. 6.2 (2012) The Dyke The Dyke A Journal of the Midlands State University Copyright All rights reserved.No part of this work covered by copyright may be reproduced in any form or by any means- electronic or mechanical including photocopying or information storage and retrieval systems- without prior written permission from the publisher. 6.2 (2012) 3 EDITORIAL BOARD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF S Jerie ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS Prof N M Bhebe Prof R J Zvobgo Prof H Chimhundu Prof R E T Tomaselli Prof H Batibo Prof O Shumba Prof Z Muranda Dr Musiiwa Mr T M Ndlovu Vice Chancellor, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe Pro Vice Chancellor, Midlands State University Pro Vice Chancellor, Great Zimbabwe University Cultural and Media Studies, University of Kwazulu-Natal Linguistics, University of Botswana Teacher Education, University of Zimbabwe Faculty of Commerce, Chinhoyi University of Technology, Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies, University of Zimbabwe African Languages and Literature, University of Zimbabwe SUBSCRIPTION For both individuals and institutions use the information below to make any enquiries.Targeted sampling was used for all administrators and random sampling was used for the miners, policemen, vendors, buyers and business people.The findings were that the lives of the people of Chiadzwa were to a large extent improved in the informal phase of mining.
The Herald, 4 July 2011, carries a pronouncement of the release of Marange diamonds worth US$160 million mined in 2010 auctioned in November after the Jerusalem meeting and sold to Indian buyers but confiscated in the United Arab Emirates since then, awaiting the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme s decision to sell them.