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This section comprises of Nathan Shamuyarira's personal book collection that is centered on Pan-Africanism, and international politics of countries like Russia and China.
 
Mainly consists of political economy books published by SAPES Trust in the following subject areas: Political economy of African countries,Gender and development,International relations, Population, migration and development, Human rights and democracy,Leadership and conflict & Other material in this section include autobiographies of African leaders including Joshua Nkomo and Edgar Tekere
 
Master of Policy Studies Dissertations by SAPES Trust's former students. Inaddition, there are American and Canadian Doctoral dissertations and Masters Theses on Africa (for certain periods)
 
Agenda: A journal about women and gender, Journal of contemporary African Studies Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, African Studies, Africanus SAFERE (Southern African Feminist Review), South African Labour Bulletin
 
Thinking Beyond: Journal of Alternatives for a democratic Zimbabwe, Security dialogue Development southern Africa, Perspectives on politics,Political science and politics,American political science review Review of African political economy & Air and Space power journal
 
SAPEM (Southern African Political and Economic Monthly) magazines which will be electronically available soon in the SAPES Trust's Institutional Repository. SARIPS (Southern African Regional Institute for Policy Studies) Annual Colloquim bulletins.

 
Southern Africa in the Year 2000: An Overview and Research Agenda
by Ibbo Mandaza
1994
Improved Policy Analysis and Management in Southern Africa: Rethinking Policy Analysis and Management Framework

by Sam Agere, Ibbo Mandaza
2000

Zimbabwe. The Political Economy of Transition 1980-1986 (Codesria Book Series)

by Ibbo Mandaza

Southern Africa In The 1990s: Towards A Research Agenda
Whither South Africa?
by Bernard Magubane (Contributor), Ibbo Mandaza (ed)
Southern Africa In The 1990s: Towards A Research Agenda
by Ibbo Mandaza
List of Monographs, Compilations around Themes and Books
  • Zimbabwe in Transition
  • Restoring Zimbabwe’s Agricultural Prowess: What is to be done? by Simon Pazvakavambwa, Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The SADC Troika Meeting on Zimbabwe: Does this amount to ‘Intervention’ – The ‘Boot Is on the other foot,’ After the Mbeki-Tsvangirai Initial 5 Differences: Now It’s the Zuma-Mugabe Tussle, by Martin Rupiya, Former Zimbabwe Defence Forces and Security Advisor, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • SADC/Zimbabwe Road Map: The Role of JOMIC and the Challenges Ahead, by Welshman Ncube, Former Minister of Industry and Commerce, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Careless Whispers from Harare: What WikiLeaks Reveals about Zimbabwe’s Politics, by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The National Question in Zimbabwe: How far towards its resolution? by Dumiso Dabengwa, ZAPU President, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe’s Draft Constitution: Are we almost home and dry? by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The COPAC Debacle: A Case for another Constitutional Commission? by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The SADC Troika on Zimbabwe: Against the arrogant disdain, impunity and reckless rhetoric in Harare by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Why there could be no elections in 2013, by Ibbo Mandaza Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at Sapes Trust.
  • Reflections on Zimbabwe’s 2013 Elections, by Ibbo Mandaza Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe at 32: A Typical Post-Colonial Trajectory? by Ibbo Mandaza Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe’s Transitional Government: The first 100 days by Ibbo Mandaza Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe any hope beyond Amendment 19? by Ibbo Mandaza Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • On the Constitutional Court decision in Defense of Constitutionalism and Preservation of National Sovereignty by Prof. Arthur G.O. Mutambara, Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Crisis: Why the Maputo (SADC) Summit might not be the last before the elections, by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The Foundations of the Crisis in Zimbabwe by Ibbo Mandaza Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Whither Opposition Politics in Zimbabwe, by Hon. Tendai Biti, MDC Renewal, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Beyond Party Politics: Towards a National Vision for Zimbabwe, by Hon. Morgan R Tsvangirai, Former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Review of the Global Political Agreement: Elections or GPA Two in 2012? By Chris Mutsvangwa, Shadow Member of Parliament for Norton & former Zimbabwe Ambassador to China, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Constitution-Making in Zimbabwe: Has COPAC failed? If so why? What are the implications and what is the way forward? By Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Review of Zimbabwe’s GPA: Two years on, By Tendai Dumbuchena, Journalist, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Overcoming the legacy of violence as the basis of national healing, By Thoko Matshe, Human rights activist, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The Essar Deal, the Chisumbanje Crisis and the Save Conservancy problem: Symptoms of Policy Discord in Government or Sheer Corruption? By Elton Mongoma, Former Minister of Energy and Power Development, Government of Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Has the Constitution answered the gender question? By Jessie Majome, Former Deputy Minister of Women’s Affairs, Government of Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe’s International Relations
  • European Union and Zimbabwe: What is the import of the targeted sanctions? by Aldo Dell’ariccia, Former European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The African Union, by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The Future of US-Zimbabwe Relations, by Ambassador Charles A. Ray, Former US Ambassador to Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Regional Integration in Africa: Can a revived federation of Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe assist? by Gilbert Mudenda, Co-Founder and Trustee of Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Globalisation, Democracy and the African Agenda: Another view from the South, by Vusi Mavimbela, South African Ambassador to Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • China-Zimbabwe Relations: An analysis, by Heather Chingono, Lecturer, Dept. of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The future of Anglo-Zimbabwe relations, by Deborah Bronnert, British Ambassador to Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Towards Greater Regional Economic Integration: What does the Northern Corridor mean for Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique itself? by Gilbert Mudenda, Co-Founder and Trustee of Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The Chinese experience in Special Economic Zones, by Lin Lin Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The Future of EU-Zimbabwe Relations: Demystifying some myths, by Aldo Dell’ariccia, Former European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • US Policy in Post-Election Zimbabwe, by Ambassador Bruce Wharton, US Ambassador to Zimbabwe, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe’s Extractive Resources Sector
  • Zimbabwe’s Diamond Story: Unbundling the mystery that surrounds it, by Farai Maguwu, Director, Centre for Research Development, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe’s Indigenisation Program and the Community Trusts: Myth or Reality? by Saviour Kasukuwere, Minister of Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment, presented at SAPES Trust. Indigenisation and the recent Zimplats precedent: What does this really mean? by Godwills Masimirembwa, Former ZMDC Chairman, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment (IEE) Policy and job creation, by Hon. Francis Nhema, Minister of the Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Strengthening Transparency and Accountability in Extractives, by Innocent Gonese, MDC T Chiefwhip, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The Role of Political Parties on Resource Governance, By Gilbert Mudenda, Co Founder and Trustee of SAPES Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Transparency and Accountability in the Extractive Sector: Observations and Recommendations , By Mutuso Dhliwayo, a lawyer and Director of the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) and Isaac Kwesu, President of the Zimbabwe Institute of Management , presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Standalones
  • Remembering Steve Biko in the Context of the Ten Years of Democracy, by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Zimbabwe’s Journey: An Overview and Highlights of the Last 200 Years by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, paper reviewed on Nehanda Radio.
  • WikiLeaks Saga: National, Regional and International Implications for Zimbabwe, by Professor Jonathan Moyo, Member of Parliament, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • The Post Liberation Phase in Southern Africa: Problems and prospects, by Blade E. Nzimande, Minister of Higher Education and Training, Government of the Republic of South Africa, presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Nationalism and Belonging to Zimbabwe: Reflections on Identities and Power Dynamics by Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni, Zimbabwean Historian, Senior Researcher at the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), presented at SAPES Trust.
  • Reflections on the Zimbabwe Elections 2013 by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, paper published in the Mail and Guardian.
  • The ZANU PF Congress: The Triumph of the Securocrat State? by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust, paper published in the Zimbabwe Independent.
  • Politics and Extractive Industries in Southern Africa – Southern Africa Resource Watch Report on Transparency and Accountability in the Extractives (2014) – Zimbabwe Environmental Lawyers Association (ZELA). Prsented in Mutare at ????
  • Ushe’s Mission in Zimbabwe, By Mungai Lenneiye, Former World Bank Representative to Zimbabwe

Economic Policy Conference

  • Zimbabwe New Economic Agenda: The Future of Parastatals by Gorden Moyo, Hon. Minister of State Enterprises and Parastatals, Presented at Sapes Trust.
  • The IMF and Zimbabwe by Dan Ndlela, Senior Economist, Presented at Sapes Trust.
  • Zimbabwe: Outlook for Economic Recovery by Timothy R Muzondo, IMF representative, Presented at Sapes Trust.
  • Zimbabwe: Foundations of a New Economic Agenda by Tendai Biti, Minister of Finance, Presented at Sapes Trust.
  • Social Policy Conference
  • The Future of Higher Education by Michael Mambo, Former Secretary for Higher Education and Technology, Presented at Sapes Trust.
  • The Church, Politics and Religion in Zimbabwe by Ezra Chitando, Associate Professor, Religious Studies, University of Zimbabwe, Presented at Sapes Trust.

Obituaries

  • Nelson Mandela and the Legacy of African Nationalism by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust.
  • Solomon Mujuru: A leader who made (and unmade) history in his own way, by Ibbo Mandaza Executive Chairman Sapes Trust.
  • Solomon Mujuru: An Obituary, by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust.
  • Nkala: A Controversial Nationalist Giant, by Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman Sapes Trust.

Upcoming publications

  • Succession Politics and the ZANU PF Body Politic – Derek Matyszak
  • A Life Time of Struggle: Edgar Zivanai Tekere ISBN 1-77905-146-8 2007
  • A matter of Injustice; Law, State and the Agrarian Question: Lawrence Tshuma ISBN
  • ABC of Beef Production: Viljoen Scalk ISBN 0797409858 1991
    Angola From Socialism to Liberal Reforms: Alexactus Kaure ISBN 1-77905-083-6 1999
  • African Orature and Human Rights in Gikuyu, Shona and Ndebele: Micere Mugo
  • Anticapital: Dakovik Vojin ISBN 1-77905-0133-5 1994
  • Balancing Rocks: Lopez Carlos ISBN 1-77905-044-5 1996
  • The Road to Nationhood: Chiwewe Willard
  • Bongani in Addis: Daniel M Ambatchew ISBN 1-77905-072-0 1998
  • Colonialism and Education in Zimbabwe: Rungano Zvobgo ISBN 1-77905-025-9 1994
  • Democracy and Development in Zimbabwe: John Makumbe ISBN 1-77905-042-9 1998
  • Democracy in Zambia: Challenges for the third Republic: Owen Sichone etal ISBN 1-77905-017-X 1996
  • Effects of Structural Adjustment in South Africa The case of Zim’s Man Sector: Chipika etal ISBN 1-77905-099-2 2000
  • Energy Policy and Planning in South Africa: Sam Moyo etal ISBN 1-77905-096-8 1999
  • Environmental Security in Southern Africa: Daniel Tevera ISBN 1-77905-101-8 2000
  • Fight my Beloved Continent: New Democracy in Africa: Issa Shivj ISBN 0-7974-1103-8 1992
  • Food Policy and Agriculture in S.A: K.Matlosa and R.Mkandawire ISBN 0-7974-1225-5 1993
  • From Communal to Commercial Farmer: Development Aid for People to People
  • From the Barrel of a Gun: The United States and the War Against Zimbabwe: Gerald Horne ISBN 1-77905-115-8 2001
    Gender in Southern Africa: Conceptual and Theoretical Issues: Ruth Meena
  • Governance Human Development in Southern Africa: Ibbo Mandaza (ed) ISBN 1-77905-095-X 1998
  • HIV/AIDS and Food Security: Clive Bepura
  • Human Movement and Transformation: K Matlosa ISBN 1-77905-151-4
  • Humba Kumba Goes to School: Dickson Mungadzi ISBN 1-77905-141-7 2002
  • I Wont Call you Sir: Ezekiel Makunike ISBN ISBN 1-77905-079-8 1998
  • IMF and Tanzania: Horace Campbell ISBN ISBN 0-7974-0957-2 1991
  • In Search of an Alternative: A Collective of Essays on Revolutionary Theories and Pol: A Mafeje ISBN 0-7974-1087-2 1992
  • Kenneth David Kaunda: Perspectives on his Exit from Office: Kenneth Kaunda ISBN ISBN 1-77905-064-X 1997
  • Kudzidza Nekudzidzisa Nhetembo 2nd Edition Wisemen Mangwa ISBN 1-77905-0607 1997
  • Labour Migration in Southern Africa: Lloyd Sachikonye ISBN 1-77905-070-4 1998
  • Landmines in Zimbabwe: A Deadly Legacy: Martin Rupiya ISBN 1-77905-065-8 1998
  • Malawi at the Crossroads: The Post Colonial Economy: Guy Mhone ISBN 0-7974-1127-5 1992
  • Migration and Development in Southern Africa: Khabele Matlosa ISBN 1-77905-119-0 2001
  • Muthoni Wakirima Mau Mau Women Fields Marshall: Micere Mugo ISBN 1-77905-155-7 2004
  • NGO’s The State and Politics in Zimbabwe: S Moyo, J Makumbe and B Raftopolous ISBN 1-77905-100-X 2000
  • Non Formal Education for Human Rights in Zambia: Alfred Chanda ISBN 1-77905-068-2 1998
  • Nziyo Dzekunyararidza Mwana: Tendai Makura ISBN 1-77905-05206 1996
  • Okwenza Lighude Likhonye: P Nyati ISBN 1-77905-073-9 1998
  • Pan Africanism and Integration in Southern Africa: I Mandaza and D Nabudere ISBN 1-77905-149-2 2001
  • Peace And Security Databank: I Mandaza ISBN 1-77905-075-5 1999
  • Peace And Security in Southern Africa: I Mandaza ISBN 1-77905-048-8 1996
  • Peace Building in he Great Lakes Region : Mwesiga Baregu ISBN 1-77905-120-4 2001
  • Policy Making Issues In S.A: Rudo. B Gaidzanwa ISBN 1-77905-103-4 2001
  • Politics of Administration; Understanding Bureaucracy In Africa: J Moyo ISBN 0-7974-1086-4 1992
  • Politics of the National Purse; Public Budgeting in Zim: J Moyo ISBN 1-77905-1094-5 1992
  • Poverty Democracy and Micro Economics Management in Malawi: Mjedo I Mkandawire ISBN 1-77905-097-6 1999
  • Preventive Diplomacy and Peace Building in S.A: Mwesiga Baregu ISBN 1-77905-088-7 1999
  • Race Colour and Class in S.A: Ibbo Mandaza, ISBN 1-77905-049-6
  • A Reflection on Gender Issues: Patricia McFadden ISBN 1-77905-084-4 1999
  • Reflections on the Crises in the DRC: Mwesiga Barego ISBN 1-77905-089-5 1999
  • SADC Country Studies; Lesotho: SAPES Trust ISBN 1-77905-134-4
  • SADC Country Studies: Zimbabwe: SAPES Trust ISBN 1-77905-136-0 2001
  • SADC Data Series Namibia: SAPES Trust ISBN 1-77905-132-8 2001
  • SADC Data Series Zimbabwe: SAPES Trust ISBN 1-77905-128-X 2001
  • SADC Regional Human Development Report: SAPES Trust ISBN 1-77905-081-X 1998
  • SADC Regional Human Development Report: SAPES Trust ISBN 1-77905-114-X 2000
  • SADC-EU Trade Relations: P Ncube. T Hartzenberg and M Tekere ISBN 1-77905-098-4 2000
  • SADC The Cost of Non Integration: I Mandaza ISBN 1-77905-087-9
  • SAFERE VOL 1 NO.1 : Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451 1995
  • SAFERE VOL2 NO.1 : Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451 1996
  • SAFERE VOL2 NO 2 : Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451 1997
  • SAFERE VOL 3 NO 1 : Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451 1999
  • SAFERE VOL 3 NO 2 : Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451 1999
  • SAFERE VOL 4 NO 1: Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451 2000
  • SAFERE VOL 4 NO 2 :Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451 2000
  • SAFERE VOL 5 NO 1: Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451
  • SAFERE VOL 14 NO 9: Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451
  • SAFERE VOL 14 NO 11: Patricia McFadden ISBN 1024-9451
  • SAPEM Back Issues:
    Social Policy in a Agricultural Economy: The Case of Malawi: Allast Mwanza ISBN 1-77905086-0 1999
  • Social Policy in an Economy Under Stress: The Case of Zim: Allast Mwanza ISBN 1-77905093-3 1999
  • South Africa; The dynamic And Prospects of Transformation (1900-1994): Sifo Buthelezi ISBN 1-77905033-X10
  • Southern Africa in Transition; A Gendered Perspective: Patricia McFadden ISBN 1-77905067-4 199810
  • Special Flights; The GDR A Liberation Movements in S.A: ISBN 1-77905071-2 199810
  • State and Constitutionalism; An African Debate: Issa Shivj ISBN 0-7974-0993-9 1991
  • Strategies in Teaching and Learning: Siyakwazi & Siyakwazi ISBN 1-77905085-2
  • Structural Adjustment in Zambia and Zimbabwe: Austin Chakaodza ISBN 0-9516354-1-7
  • Structural Adjustment Programs in SADC: Allast Mwanza ISBN 1-779051164-X 1992
  • The Conflict Matrix Research Agenda: I Mandaza ISBN 1-77905107-7 1998
  • The Crash of International Finance Capital and its Implications for the 3rd World: Dani Nhabudere ISBN 0-7974-0911-4 1989
  • The Crisis in the DRC: Mwesiga Baregu ISBN 1-77905-082-8 1999
  • The Impact of HIV/AIDS ON Agriculture Sector : John Kadzandira ISBN 1-77905-152 2004
  • The Future of Socialism: A Samir ISBN
  • The Informal Sector in Southern Africa: Guy Mhone ISBN 1-77905-027-5 1996
  • The Institutionalization in Southern Africa : P Nherere and M d’Engelbrowner etal ISBN
  • The Making of Poverty in South Africa: Bethel Setal ISBN 1-77905-111-5 1998
    The Mining Sector in Southern Africa: Paul Joudan ISBN 1-77905-006-2 1995
  • The New Zimbabwe: Joshua Nkomo ISBN 1-77905-106-9 2001
  • The One Party State and Democracy; The Debate: I Mandaza and L Sachikonye ISBN 1-77905-0972-6
  • The Political Eco of Info on Development, Democracy & Security in S.A: Lundu M ISBN 1-77905-43-7 1996
  • The Political Eco of Botswana In SADC: Baleif Tsieye ISBN 1-77905-019-04 1995
  • The Political Eco of Nigeria Under Military Rule: S Adejumobi and Momoh ISBN 1-77905-036-4 1996
  • The Provision of Non Formal Education for Human Rights In Zim: M d’Enggelbrowner ISBN 1-77905-066-6 1998
  • The Story of My Life: J Nkomo ISBN
  • The Threat of HIV on Food Production: G Chigumira etal ISBN 1-77905-154-9 2004
  • The Transport and Communication in Southern Africa: S. N Ngwenya ISBN 1-77905-1224-7 1993
  • The Urban Informal Sector In Swaziland: Michael Matshebula ISBN 1-77905-041-0 1996
  • Trade and Investment in Southern Africa: C. Chinyamata ISBN 1-77905-076-3 1998
  • Trade Relation in the 21st century: Trude Hartzenberg ISBN 1-77905-142-5 2002
  • Why the Crock Crows: Tendai Makura ISBN 1-77905-051-8 1996
  • Wildlife and Communities at the Crossroads: Beckson Sibanda ISBN 1-77905-111-6 2001
  • Women Teachers Under Apartheid: Shirley Mahlase ISBN 1-77905-061-5 1997
  • Zimbabwe Environmental Dilemna: Sam Moyo ISBN
  • When a State Turned on its Citizena Sachikonye, Lyoyd 2011
  • Banking in Africa
  • Murambatsvina: A Nation’s Shame: I Mandaza (ed), Aug 2008
  • Xenophobia: a Challenge to Pan-Africanism: O Sichone & I Mandaza (eds), 2009
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