Tonderayi Moyo (Mr)
M.A. History (UZ); B.A (Hons) Economic History (UZ); Diploma in Education (Gweru Teachers’ College).
Research Interests: Colonial and Post Colonial Zimbabwe, Contemporary Issues in History
Current Research: ICT and the Teaching of History in Secondary School in Zimbabwe
1.An Evaluation of the ‘New History’ Phenomenon: ZJER Vol 23 Number 3, November 2011, pages 302-314.
2.The forgotten women: A case study of reproductive health issues among women living with disabilities and educational implications in Harare: ZJER Vol. 22, Number2, July 2010, pages 151-169.
3.Theories on the Scramble and Partition of Africa and colonization of Zimbabwe: in National and Strategic Studies Module 1, Open and distance learning, Department of Teacher Education, 2013, pages 11-39.
4.Colonial rule to 1923: National and strategic studies module1, Open and Distance learning, pages 40-71.
5.The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland (1953-1963) in National and Strategic Studies Module 1, Open and Distance learning, 2013, pages 107-145.
6.Zimbabwe’s relations with the International Community: in National and Strategic studies Module 2, Open and Distance Learning, 2013, pages 256-302.