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Mrs Mervis Chiware


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Mrs Mervis Chiware

Qualifications: Masters in Public Administration, University of Zimbabwe, 2007. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Politics and Administration, University of Zimbabwe, 2003.

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Mrs Mervis Chiware is a University of Zimbabwe lecturer in the Department of Governance and Public Management, awaiting my PHD results from the University of Johannesburg. My research interests are in Human Resource Management in Public Management as well as public sector governance. She has expertise in public administration performance management strategies, development management and governance issues.

Research Interests

Human Resources Management, Public sector management governance, Public sector development

Publications and Research Profile

Community Service

  1. Student counsellor
  2. I have been a member of various committees in the department

Innovation and industrialisation

I produced knowledge on the usefulness of non-governmental organisations in achieving millennium development goals. Knowledge on the hick up be delving the implementation of millennium goals was produced

In the paper, Implications of Quota System in Promoting Gender Equality in Zimbabwean Politics, I produced knowledge on the practicality of reserved seats in women empowerment. Knowledge on how the system improves the number of women in parliament but how in most cases the numbers remain symbolic, as most of the women have no role to play in deliberations

In the paper Understanding New Public Management within the context of Zimbabwe, I produced knowledge on the understanding of public administration paradigms with reference to Zimbabwe. Public administration paradigms are understood from a foreign perspective but this paper opened the discussion to a third world country, which is Zimbabwe

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