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    AUGUST 2018 Intake 2 Accepted Students

    The University of Zimbabwe wishes to advise applicants for August 2018 intake that they have been offered. Offer letters are available for collection at the University Admissions Office, Mt Pleasant and can be collected before or after the payment of fees.

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    University of Zimbabwe Conquers Africa

    The Vice Chancellor, Professor L.M. Nyagura is proud to announce that the University of Zimbabwe Faculty of Law Moot team won the All Africa International Humanitarian Law Moot Court Competition in Arusha, Tanzania on Saturday, 25th November 2017.

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    Discover. Learn. Become.

    At the University of Zimbabwe, we encourage academic curiosity and spur our students to discover

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Senior Lecturer

Dr G. Muponda
PhD (UZ), MBA (UZ), BSc Econ (UZ)

Research Interests: Financial Management and Entrepreneurial Studies

Published Articles:

  1. Muponda, G. (2012). Nurturing Small-scale enterprise: A vehicle for indigenization and private investment in Zimbabwe. In Manyeruke, C and Phiri, G. Complexities of Transformation in Zimbabwe. OSSREA, Harare.
  2. Muponda, G. (2013). Survival strategies of small firms located in a Marshallian Industrial District. A case study of Zimbabwe’s furniture manufacturing industry. University of Zimbabwe Business Review.Vol.1. pp 3-8.
  3. Muponda, G. (2014) Knowledge Acquisition and Diffusion in Small-firm Clusters. A Complexity Theory Approach. Eastern Africa Social Science Review. Vol. 30 No 2. June, 2014.
  4. Muponda G. (2014) Production Operations Management in Small-firm Clusters. An Alternative View from the Zimbabwean Experience. University of Zimbabwe Business Review.Vol. 2. Number 1, January, 2014.
  5. Muponda, G, Gumbe, S and Ganha, T. (2014). Money market trading patterns in the absence of a central bank. Evidence from Zimbabwe’s banking sector. International Journal of Development and Sustainability. Vol. 3 Number 9: pp 1946 – 1957
  6. Chaneta, I. and Muponda, G (2014). Are small-firm clusters emergent phenomena? Evidence from Zimbabwe’s small furniture manufacturing firms. Ecoforum. Volume 3. Issue 2 (5)
  7. Mugweni, L. and Muponda, G. (2015). Establishing the economic viability of small-scale dairy farming in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, United Kingdom. Vol. 3, Issue 8.
  8. Gumbe, S. and Muponda, G. (2015). Product management strategies in a “dollarized” economy. A case study of Zimbabwe’s consumer products manufacturing secotr (2009 -2014). International Journal of Marketing and Technology. Volume 5, Issue 12.
  9. Muponda, G. (2015). Exploring the root causes of the de-industrialization of Zimbabwe’s manufacturing sector (2009-2014). University of Zimbabwe Business Review. Vol. 3 Nos. 1/2.


  1. Muponda, G. (2004) Corporate Finance. International Business School. Belgravia, Harare.
  2. Muponda, G. (2016) The Time-value of Money. University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare

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