Department of Social Sciences.

About the department

The Social Sciences Department currently comprise of 2 4-year Honours degree programmes in Psychology and Sociology, and one 3-year degree programme in Sociology/Psychology.The Department has two graduate programmes run on part-time basis. Plans are at an advanced stage to launch a doctoral program in Child Rights and Family Studies. A number of new degrees, diploma and certificate programmes in the areas of capital management, development studies, research methods etc. will soon be introduced. The following are the programmes on offer in the Department:

  1. Bachelor of Social Sciences in Psychology (Honours)
  2. Bachelor of Social Sciences in Sociology (Honours)
  3. Master of Science in Child and Family Studies
  4. Master of Science in Child Rights and Childhood Studies
Basic Entry Requirements

5 ‘O’ level passes including English Language and Mathematics. At least two GCE Advanced level passes or equivalent.

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Basic Entry Requirements

5 ‘O’ level passes including English Language and Mathematics. At least two GCE Advanced level passes or equivalent.

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Basic Entry Requirements

5 ‘O’ level passes including English Language and Mathematics. At least two GCE Advanced level passes or equivalent.

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Basic Entry Requirements

5 ‘O’ level passes including English Language and Mathematics. At least two GCE Advanced level passes or equivalent.

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Basic Entry Requirements

5 ‘O’ level passes including English Language and Mathematics. At least two GCE Advanced level passes or equivalent.

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Basic Entry Requirements

Master of Science in Child Rights and Childhood Studies.

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Basic Entry Requirements

A good first degree in a relevant area.

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Basic Entry Requirements

A good first degree in a relevant area.

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Research and outreach

  1. Skin bleaching and aspirational masculinities in Mutare
  2. Violence as a deployment of hegemonic masculinities
  3. Sexual Minorities and sexual health
  4. Friendship bench and mental health for adolescents
  5. Regional healing cults and the case of Mutemwa
  6. Gender Dynamics in irrigation water use in Nyanyadzi
Academic Staff

Dr Mary-Joyce Kapesa-Gohwa

Email: deancssthe@africau.edu

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Academic Qualifications
  • Ph.D. Psychology, UNISA, 2015
  • Postgrad Dip Neuropsychology, University of Jyvaskla, 2001
  • MSc. Psychology, University of Zimbabwe, 1991
  • BSc. (Hons) Psychology, University of Zimbabwe, 1991

Achievements
  1. Fulbright Visiting Scholar (Purdue University, USA),
  2. PhD Bursary Award (UNISA),
  3. Interim Dean (CSSTHE)
  4. Unit Head Psychology
Areas of Interests

Mental Health

Resilience ,Child Rights, Psychotherapy and Positive Psychology

  1. Kapesa, M. J. (2016). Child Rights and Psychosocial Support Module, AU/UNICEF module
  2. Kapesa, M. J. (2016). Reseach Methods Module, AU/UNICEF module
  3. Kapesa, M.J. (2013).Psychosocial support for OVC, Manual, Swedish Organisation for Individual Relief (SOIR), Harare, Zimbabwe
  4. Kapesa, M.J. (2013).Special Education Manual, Swedish Organisation for Individual Relief (SOIR), Harare, Zimbabwe.
  5. Kapesa, M.J. (2009)Promoting healthy lifestyles, The Mutare - Harlem HIV/AIDS Teen Prevention Program, Mutare, Zimbabwe
  6. Kapesa, M.J.(2009).Child Sexual Abuse: An analysis from the perpetrator’s perspective The World Council for Psychotherapy, African Chapter . University of Limpopo, South Africa
  7. Kapesa, M.J. (2005). HIV/AIDS and Psychotherapy – The Zimbabwean perspectiveThe World Council for Psychotherapy. African Chapter, University of Limpopo, South Africa.
  8. Kapesa, M.J. (2003). Psycho – Social Support Manual for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Ministry of Education Better Schools Program Mat North Region, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
  9. Kapesa, M.J. (2002).Basic Counseling Ministry of Education Better Schools Mat North Region, Bulawayo. Zimbabwe.
  10. Kapesa, M.J (2000).Child Development module, The Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, Canada
  11. Kapesa, M.J (2000)Concepts of Learning module, The commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, Canada

Dr Pedzisai Leslie Mangezvo

mangevzop@africau.edu

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Academic Qualifications
  • Ph.D. Social Anthropology, Stellenbosch University, 2015
  • MSc. Sociology and Social Anthropology, University of Zimbabwe, 1996
  • BSc (Hons) Sociology, University of Zimbabwe, 1994

Achievements
  1. Head of Department: Social Sciences,
  2. University teaching in Ethiopia, South Africa and Zimbabwe,
  3. Module Writer for Africa University (2016-17),
  4. External Examiner: University of the Western Cape (2015-),
  5. Paper Reviewer: Journal of African and Asian Studies,
  6. Africa University Office of Research and Output Research Grant (2016),
  7. Stellenbosch University Graduate School Scholarship for full-time doctoral studies (2012-2014).SANPAD Fellowship for fieldwork (2013).

Areas of Interests

Critical Social Theory, Development, Anthropology

  1. Mangezvo, P.L. (2016) Catechism, Commerce and Categories: Nigerian male migrant traders in Harare in Landau, L.B & Bakewell, O. (eds) Forging African Communities: Mobility, Integration and Belonging Palgrave.
  2. Mangezvo, P.L. (2016) ‘Shepherding a Leopard’: Xenophobia, Football, Masculinities and the Spatial Politics of Xenophobia among Zimbabwean Male Migrants in Stellenbosch. Agenda Number 108, Vol. 30, Issue 2.
  3. Mangezvo, P. L. (2013a). Debating the Global Political Agreement and Gender Equality in Zimbabwe: A Critical Analysis of Women’s Access to Land Ownership and Political Decision Making. Southern Peace Review Journal (Special Issue in Association with the OSSREA Zimbabwe Chapter), 2(1), 75–96.
  4. Mangezvo, P. L. (2013b). Masculinism, Gender and the Homosexuality Debate in the Constitution Making Process of 2009 in Zimbabwe. Southern Peace Review Journal (Special Issue in Association with the OSSREA Zimbabwe Chapter).
  5. Mangezvo, P. L. (2009). Sovereignty, the Ballot and Democracy: Interrogating Zimbabwe’s political and electoral processes in the first years of the 21st Century. CODESRIA Bulletin, (1 & 2).
  6. Mangezvo, P. L. (2005). Football Hooliganism in Zimbabwe: An Overview. In C. G. Mararike (Ed.), Sports, Juju and Human Factor Development. Harare: Best Practice Books.
Ext

Mrs Clara Madziwa

madziwac@africau.edu

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Academic Qualifications
  1. BSC Psychology (Honours), University of Zimbabwe, 1986
  2. MSC Educational Psychology, University of Zimbabwe, 1997
  3. Post Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 2005
  4. Ph.D., University of East London, 2003
  5. MA Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University, 2008
  6. MA Social Work, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, 1990
  7. BSC (Hons) Social Work, UZ, 1987
  8. Diploma in Social work, UZ, 1983

Achievements
  1. Some day this will all be over: growing up with HIV in urban eastern Zimbabwe”, June 2010.
  2. Supervised by Professors Pamela Reynolds and Jane Guyer.
  3. (Rated one of 40 best dissertations in North American cultural anthropology in 2010 by www.anthropologyworks.org, accessed 8 June 2011

Areas of Interests
  1. Child and Family Studies,
  2. Critical Social Theory,
  3. Social Anthropology
  1. A Question of Balance: the changing face of child mental health services.” Community Care, Nov. 1995.
  2. Mirrored Grief: the systemic context of paediatric heart/heart-lung transplantation.” (With Goodwin M, Bickerton A, Lask B), Journal of Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1996. 1:2: 265-274.
  3. ” At the Boiling Point of the Pain: assessing the need for a psychotherapy service for victims of organized violence and/or torture through attention to the narratives of survivors.” (With Farrell C, Frangoulis S), Amani Trust, Harare, 2002.
  4. “Grief-stricken: Zimbabwean children in everyday extremity and the ethics of research.” Anthropology Southern Africa. 2005 28(3&4): 73-77.
  5. “Troubling Language: re-reading a narrative of trauma from political violence in contemporary Zimbabwe.” International Journal of Critical Psychology. Special Issue: Critical Psychology in Africa. 2006. 17:29-46
  6. “HIV disclosure and discussions about grief with Shona children: a comparison between health care workers and community members in eastern Zimbabwe” (with De Baets, S Sifovo, and I Pazvakabvambwa). Social Science and Medicine 2008: 66: 479-491.
  7. “Eating in mouthfuls while facing the door: some notes on childhoods and their displacements in eastern Zimbabwe.” Journal of Southern African Studies. Special Issue: the Zimbabwe crisis through the lens of displacement. 2010: 36(2): 449-463.
  8. “Stutter and babel”: Book review of Didier Fassin and Mariella Pandolfi (Eds). ‘Contemporary States of Emergency: the politics of military and humanitarian intervention’. 2010. New York, Zone Books. Somatosphere: an online journal of science, medicine and anthropology. www.somatosphere.net. Posted October 6 2010.
  9. “One day this will all be over: growing up with HIV in an eastern Zimbabwe town”. 2012. (with photographs by Linette Frewin). Weaver Press, Harare.
  10. ‘Trauma and mental health in Zimbabwe.’ 2011. (with T Reeler, J Fisher and E Mpande). Research and Advocacy Unit, Harare. Released 4 November 2011

Dr Tendai C. Nhenga-Chakarisa

tendai.nhenga@gmail.com or chakarisatafricau.edu

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Academic Qualifications
  1. Post Doctoral Fellowship,
  2. Ph.D. in Public Law, University of Cape Town, 2013,
  3. Master of Laws (LLM) degree in, University of Cape Town, 2009,
  4. Human Rights Law
  5. Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Hons), University of Cape Town, 2004,
  6. Bachelor of Arts in Law,
  7. University of Lesotho, 1999

Achievements
  1. Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, (UCT),
  2. 2005 Senior Entrance Merit Scholarship Award,
  3. International Students Scholarship for Postgraduate Studies,
  4. Sir William Solomon Scholarship ,
  5. 2006 Hans Middleman Scholarship Award,
  6. 2006 National Research Foundation Scholarship Award,
  7. University Research Committee Fellowship Award for Post-Doctoral Research in the Department of Public Law,
  8. 2015 Vice Chancellor’s Awards for Community Service (Women’s University in Africa),
  9. Coordinator for the Post-graduate programme in Child Sensitive Social Policies, Women’s University in Africa,
  10. Member of the Board of Trustees of Child Line Zimbabwe 2015,
  11. Steering Committee Chair of the Child Sensitive Social Policies Conference, 2015,
  12. Steering Committee Chair of the African Union Model Summit, 2015,
  13. Member of the National Gender Statistics Committee of Zimbabwe,
  14. Chair of steering Committee of the International Child Labour Symposium (11 – 12 December 2014 Harare),
  15. Chair of the Steering Committee for the International Child Sensitive Social Policies Conference (Harare Feb 2014),
  16. Member of Organising Committee of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Africa Conference 2012, Johannesburg, South Africa,
  17. Chair of Track Three on Disaster and Risk Mitigation at the Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Africa Conference 2012, Johannesburg, South Africa,
  18. Advisory Board Member for ‘African Institute for Migrant Workers’ (South Africa),
  19. Member of Board of Trustees for Non-profit Empowerment Service Uplifting Widows and Orphans (NESUWO) (South Africa/Zimbabwe),
  20. Member of the Anti-Child Labour Alliance for the Western Cape (South Africa),
  21. Cabinet Legal Procedures Committee (Zimbabwe) 2001-2003,
  22. Coffee National Advisory Council in (Zimbabwe) 2002-2003,
  23. UN-sponsored Warehouse Receipt Legislation Legal Committee 2002-2003,
  24. University of Zimbabwe/Vetchem/IRFA50 (Brazil) joint venture to set up a plant for the manufacture of vaccines and pharmaceuticals, Zimbabwe Lawyers Association (South Africa Chapter),
  25. Member of the Child Watch International Network,
  26. Advisor to the Human and Science Research Council of South Africa on Children’s rights issues,
  27. Have taken part in Save the Children regional workshops on National Plans of Action (NPA) for Orphans and Vulnerable children (OVC) in Eastern and Southern Africa,
  28. Member of South African Civil Society Working Group for the Development of a Civil Society report to the UNCRC and the AU Committee on the Rights and Welfare of the Child
Areas of Interests

Child labour in an African cultural context, Violence against children, Food and nutrition security, Legal and policy analysis on children

  1. (Fry, D., Hodzi, C. and T. Nhenga-Chakarisa. Addressing Social Norms that Underpin Violence Against Children in Zimbabwe: Findings and Strategic Planning Document. Harare: Ministry of Public Services, Labour and Social Welfare, 2016.
  2. TC Nhenga-Chakarisa Overview of the law informing the rights of children in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Child Monitor, Issue 1, 2015-16
  3. TC Nhenga-Chakarisa The Use of Child Indicators to Monitor the Implementation of Child Rights Principles in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Child Monitor, Issue 1 2015-16.
  4. CR Hodzi; TC Nhenga-Chakarisa National Legal Framework of Children in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Child Monitor, Issue 1, 2015-16.
  5. Nhenga-Chakarisa T.C. A critical analysis of the Legal Framework on the Prohibition of Child Labour in Zimbabwe 2015 (Paper Presented to the International Child Labour Symposium (Harare 11-12 December 2014).
  6. Nhenga-Chakarisa T.C. Indicators for Reporting for SADC Countries, Paper presented at the Southern African Research Network Meeting on Child Indicators , July 2015, Harare.
  7. Sadza H.C, Nherera CM, Nhenga-Chakarisa TC, Tagwireyi J, Hungwe M. The Zimbabwe Zero Hunger Strategic Review, 2015, WFP
  8. Nhenga Chakarisa T.C. The principles on child rights, Capacity Building Workshop on Child Rights for Parliamentarians, Nyanga, 2014.
  9. Nhenga Chakarisa T.C., The legal framework on child rights, Capacity Building Workshop on Child Rights for Parliamentarians, Nyanga, 2014.
  10. Nhenga-Chakarisa T.C., Hodzi – The Zimbabwe Legal Age Guide, UNICEF 2015.
  11. Tendai Charity Nhenga ‘The Constitution and Legislation on the Rights of Women in Zimbabwe’ (2001) Honours’ Dissertation submitted at the National University of Lesotho.
  12. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa ‘The International Legal Framework on Children, the Girl Child and Children with Disabilities’ prepared for Southern African Trust (November 26, 2012)
  13. Nhenga-Chakarisa T, Mushayavanhu D, Muchemwa L, Musvosvi-Chandaengerwa E, Child Rights Training Manual for Parliamentarians of Zimbabwe, WUA/UNICEF 2014.
  14. Matangi E, Mhlanga A, Kashora P, Musiyiwa J, Chakarisa T ‘Factor Analysis of the Perceptions of Prospective Teachers on Early Child Development (ECD) Functionaries’ American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 2013, Vol. 1, No. 6.
  15. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa ‘Child Labour Free Zones in selected African Countries- a solution to the elimination of child labour?’ Conference Background
  16. Paper prepared for the ‘Stop Child Labour Conference, Uganda, 2013.
  17. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa‘The international legal framework on the rights of internal and international migrant children:The situation of South Africa’
  18. Presentation to Round Table on Children and Vulnerability, Risk and Mitigation, OVC Conference for Africa, Johannesburg, 30 October 2012.
  19. Tendai Charity Nhenga‘A Critical Analysis of the African Human Rights Regime’, (2004) Master’s Thesis submitted at the University of Cape Town.
  20. Tendai Charity Nhenga ‘International Prohibition on Child Labour in an African Cultural Context: Lesotho, Zimbabwe and South Africa’, (2008) PhD Thesis submitted at the University of Cape Town.
  21. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa‘Who does the law seek to protect and from what? The application of international law on child labour in an African context’ African Journal of Human Rights Law Journal (2010) May Issue.
  22. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa & Jaqualine Farai Mangoma (2012). Report on the Current Situation of Child Labour with a special focus on Child Labour Free Zones: Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe for the Stop Child Labour Campaign, Hivos International (Netherlands).
  23. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa: Conference Paper ‘An Assessment of Government Interventions on the Elimination of Child Labour in Four African Countries -Zimbabwe, Uganda, Ghana, and Ethiopia’ presented at the National Association of Black Social Workers, 36th International Education Conference, August 2012, Cape Town.
  24. Debbie Budlander and Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa‘Review of Law, Policy, Programmes and Resources for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Lesotho and Swaziland’ Prepared for Open Society Institute of Southern Africa, January 2010
  25. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa‘Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Bill’ in Prinslean Mahery and Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa‘Legislative developments in 2010/2011’South African Child Gauge(2010/2011)
  26. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa ‘Traditional Justice Bill’ in Paula Proudlock, Lucy Jamieson and Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa‘Legislative developments in 2011/2012’South African Child Gauge (2011/2012)
  27. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa (2010) A Review of Policies and Programmes Relevant to Care and Support in Teaching and Learning in the SADC- LESOTHO Report for Miet Africa on Behalf of the Southern African Development Community
  28. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa (2010) A Review of Policies and Programmes Relevant to Care and Support in Teaching and Learning in the SADC- SWAZILAND Report for Miet Africa on Behalf of the Southern African Development Community
  29. Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa(2010) A Review of Policies and Programmes Relevant to Care and Support in Teaching and Learning in the SADC- ZIMBABWE Report for Miet Africa on Behalf of the Southern African Development Community
  30. Rudolph N, Berry L, Martin P &Nhenga-Chakarisa T (2011) Review and harmonise country policies relevant to Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) Report for Miet Africa on Behalf of the Southern African Development Community.
  31. Rudolph N, Berry L, Martin P &Nhenga-Chakarisa T (2011) Regional Policy Framework for mainstreaming Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL). Draft for Miet Africa on Behalf of the Southern African Development Community.
  32. Lake L, Proudlock P, Nhenga-Chakarisa T, Mahery P &Lansdown G (2012) Module 1: Child health and children's rights. In: Lake L &Proudlock P (eds) Child rights and child law for health professionals: A short course. Children's Institute, University of Cape Town.
  33. Proudlock P, Mahery P, Jamieson L &Nhenga-Chakarisa T (2012) Module 2: Children's rights in international and South African law. In: Lake L & Proudlock P (eds) Child rights and child law for health professionals: A short course Children's Institute, University of Cape Town.
  34. Jamieson L, Proudlock P &Nhenga-Chakarisa T (2012) Legislative developments in 2011/2012. In: Hall K, Woolard I, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2012. Cape Town: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.
  35. Nhenga-Chakarisa T (2012) An assessment of government interventions on the elimination of child labour in four African countries – Zimbabwe, Uganda, Ghana, and Ethiopia. Presented at the 37th International Education Conference of the National Association of Black Social Workers, Cape Town, 24 August 2012.
  36. Jamieson L & Nhenga-Chakarisa T (2012) The child in context. Seminar for fifth-year medical students, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town, 30 January 2012.
  37. Nhenga-Chakarisa T, Hall K & Jamieson L and (2012) The child in context. Seminar for fifth-year medical students, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town, 21 May 2012.

Mrs P. Munasirei

munasireip@africau.edu

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Academic Qualifications
  1. M. Phil Rural Development, University of Venda (RSA), 2010
  2. B. Soc. Sc Sociology (Hons), Africa University , 2005
  3. Dip in Edu., Mutare Teachers College, 2001

Muchemwa-Munasirei P, Francis J, Chitapa TM and Moyo CS (2010). Community participation in basic service provision viewed through the lenses of villagers in post-conflict Chimanimani District of eastern Zimbabwe. In Alexander, G., van Wyk, M.M. and Teise, K. (editors), 3rd Research Colloquium: Education for Social Justice, 29-30 September 2010, Bloemfontein, South Africa. ISSN 978 0 86886 800 4 p75

Mr L. Maunganidze

maunganidzel@africau.edu

Phone extension if available

Academic Qualifications
  1. M.Sc. (Educational Psychology), University of Zimbabwe, 1991
  2. B.Sc Special Honours (Psychology), University of Zimbabwe., 1989
  3. B. A. (Psychology & Education), University of South Africa, 1987

Achievements

Areas of Interests

Child/adolescent development, Performance measurement, Psycho-educational assessments, HIV and AIDS orphans and Vulnerable children, Inclusive education, Stress, Epistemological beliefs of students, Parenting, Ecological psychological interventions

  1. Wilson, D., Cutts, J., Lees, I., Mapungwana, S.; Maunganidze, L.(1992). Psychometric properties of the revised UCLA Loneliness Scale and two short- form measures of loneliness in Zimbabwe. Journal of Personality Assessment 59 (1): 72-81.
  2. Maunganidze, L., and Nyamuyaruka-Shoniwa, L. (2001) Educational Considerations for Gifted, Talented and Creative Learners, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 124 pages, ISBN 1-77938-040-2.
  3. Maunganidze, L. (2001) Processes and Practices in Counselling I, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 167 pages, ISBN 1-77938-125-5.
  4. Latif, A., and Maunganidze, L. (2001) Human Development II, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 122 pages, ISBN 1-77938-207-3.
  5. Maunganidze, L., and Kasayira, J.M. (2002) Educational Integration in Midlands Region, Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education. Vol. 11 (1) pp.55-67. Maunganidze, L., and Chigwedere, L. (2002). Counselling Processes and Practices II, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 75 pages.
  6. Latif, A., and Maunganidze, L. (2002) Environmental Psychology, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 122 pages, ISBN 1-77938-209-X.
  7. Mukura I., and Maunganidze L. (2002) Psychological Disorders I, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 110 pages, ISBN 1-77938-003-8.
  8. Mapepa, D., Dakwa, F.E., and Maunganidze, L. (2002) Educational Considerations for Students with Visual Impairments, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University,128 pages, ISBN 1-77938-097-6.
  9. Latif, A., and Maunganidze, L. (2003) Research Projects in Psychology, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 101 pages, ISBN 1-77938-131-X.
  10. Mukura, I., and Maunganidze, L. (2003) Psychological Disorders II, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University,196 pages, ISBN 1-77938-210-3.
  11. Latif, A., and Maunganidze, L. (2004) Statistics for Psychology, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, 100 pages, ISBN 1-77938-214-6.
  12. Chiremba, W. and Maunganidze, L. (2004) Health Behaviour, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, ISBN1-77938-197-2.
  13. Mpofu, E., Kasayira, J.M., Mutepfa, M.M., Chireshe, R., and Maunganidze, L., in Engelbrecht, P. & Green. L. (eds). (2006). Responding to the challenges of inclusive education in southern Africa. Pretoria: Van Schaik Publishers. ISBN 0 627 02702 4.
  14. Maunganidze, L., Kasayira, J.M., Ruhode, N., Shonhiwa, L., Sodi, T. (2007) Teacher attitudes towards the inclusion of children with mild hearing impairments into the regular school settings. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 17(1); 141-144, ISSN 1433-0237.
  15. Maunganidze, L., Ruhode, N,. Shoniwa, L., Nyanhongo, S., Kasayira, J.M., Sodi, T., (2008). Teacher Ratings and Standardised Test Scores: How Good for Predicting Achievement in Students with Learning Support Placements. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 18(2); 255-258, ISSN 1433-0237.
  16. Maunganidze, L., Sodi, T., Mudhovozi, P., Mberi, E., Mutasa, J., (2010). Academic Counseling for Research Students with Distance Learning: Journal of Psychology in Africa, 20(1), 95-100, ISSN 1433-0237.
  17. Molepo, L., S., Maunganidze, L., Sodi, T., Mudhovozi, P., (2010). Teacher ratings of academic achievement of children between six and twelve years old from intact and non-intact families. Perspectives in Education, Volume 28 (1), 44-51. ISSN 0258-2236.
  18. Mudhovozi, P., Gumani, M., Maunganidze, L., Sodi, T (2010). Causal attribution: Actor-observer bias in academic achievement among students at an institution of higher learning. South African Journal of Higher Education (SAJHE) 24 (4) pp 585-601. UNISA Press ISSN 1011-3487.
  19. Mudhovozi, P., Sodi, T., Maunganidze, L., Nyanga, T (2011). A Survey of Job Satisfaction of Employees at Higher Learning Institutions in Masvingo Province. Indian Journal of Psychology.
  20. Muthivhi, E., Sodi, T., Maunganidze, L., Mudhovozi, P (2011). Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of rural South African secondary school learners toward HIV and AIDS. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 21(4), 95-100, ISSN 1433-0237.
  21. Dhlomo., T., Mugweni, R.M., Shoniwa, G., Maunganidze, L., &Sodi, T. (2012). Perceived Sexual Harassment among Female Students at a Zimbabwean Institution of Higher Learning. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 22 (2), 95-100, ISSN 1433-0237.
  22. Molepo, L., S., Maunganidze, L., Sodi, T., Mudhovozi, P., (2012). Behavioural and emotional development in children of divorce. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 22 (2), 95-100, ISSN 1433-0237.
  23. Maseko, M., Maunganidze, L., & Ngwenya, F. (2014). Substance use among in-school adolescents in Gweru, Zimbabwe: perceived predictors and protective factors. The Dyke [Journal of The Midlands State University] vol. 8 No. 3 of 2014: pp 120- 147.
  24. Mugadza, S., Maunganidze, L., &Mudhovozi, P. (2014). Medical practitioners' perceptions of psychologists as professional health care partners: A case of Harare city in Zimbabwe. African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance: Towards achievement of millennium development goals: Supplement 1 Vol. 20, pages 370-377.
  25. Mudhovozi, P., Maunganidze, L., Maseko, M., Ngwenya, F., &Netshikweta, L.M. (2014). Patterns of substance abuse among high school students. African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance: Towards Achievement of Millennium Development Goals: Supplement 1, Vol 2, Pages 348-358.
  26. Mudhovozi, P., Mugadza, S., & L., Maunganidze, L. (2015). Medical health care practitioners’ views on collaboration with psychologists in the city of Harare (Zimbabwe). Journal of Social Science, 44(1): 91-94.
  27. Maunganidze, L., Sodi, T., Mutambara, J., & Nkiwane, S. (2015). Relationship complexities among women with obstetric fistula in Zimbabwe: An exploratory study. Journal of Psychology in Africa, Vol. 25, No. 4, 356–360, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14330237.2015.1078094.
  28. Mambende, B., Nyandoro, T., Maunganidze, L., & Sawuti, A. (2016).Factors Influencing Youth Juvenile Delinquency at Blue Hills Children’s Prison Rehabilitation Centre in Gweru, Zimbabwe: An Explorative Study. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), Volume 3 Issue 3. ISSN 2349-0373 (Print) & ISSN 2349-0381 (Online)