M.A. Religious Studies (UZ); B.A (Hons) Religious Studies (UZ); Grad. D.E. (UZ).
Research Interests: Gender and Religion Conflict and Children Issues
Current Research: Beyond Phenomenology: Rethinking the teaching of Religious Education
1.The Religious Dimension to Intercultural, Values and Citizenship Education: A Call for Methodological Re-consideration in Zimbabwe’s Religious Education Curriculum, Zimbabwe Journal of Education Research, Vol 24 Number 1, March 2012.
2.Exorcising the Colonial Jinx: Towards Reconciling Diversity and Pedagogy in Zimbabwe’s Religious Education Curriculum, Journal of Pan African Studies, Vol.5, no.1, March. 2012.
3.Ritual or Mere Sexual Aberration: A Comparative Analysis of Incest as Taboo in Zimbabwe and Caribbean Literary Works, Barbara, UNISA Latin American Report-UNISA Centre for Latin American Studies, Vol 1,no2 2009.
4.The Quest for a Relevant Environmental Pedagogy in the African Context: Insights from Unhu/Ubuntu Philosophy, Journal of Ecology and Natural Environment, Vol 4(10), July. 2012.
5.Medical Pluralism and the Quest for Therapy: The Dilemma of HIV and AIDS Patients in Zimbabwe’s Rural Gandanzara Area, Rose and Croix Journal. Volume 9. (2012).
6.The Prophylactics Debate: Is Unhu/Ubuntu an Alternative for Zimbabwe? Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 25Number 1. March (2013).
7.The School and the Second Sex: A Feminist Response to Verbal and Non- Verbal Sexual Abuse of Girls by Boys in Zimbabwe’s Secondary Schools. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies. (2013).
8.Incestuous Child Sexual Abuse and Its Implications on the Educational Achievements of the Girl Child. Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. (2010).
9.Patriarchy, Male Dominance and Gender-Based Violence: The Politics of Exclusion in Zimbabwe’s Roman Catholic Church, A Book Chapter in Churches and Gender-Based Violence: Theological Responses, University of KwaZulu-Natal. (In Press).
10.“There is no Room for Religion in Soccer”: Marginalisation of the Culturally Different, UNISA Latin American Report: UNISA Centre for Latin American Studies. (In Press).