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This book is an evaluation of Zimbabwe’s post-colonial Growth Centre Strategy with a special focus on Birchenough Bridge(BB) Growth Point in Manicaland Province.
It examines issues such as the origins of the strategy both before and after the country’s independence in 1980, activities at the centre, challenges confronting it and prospects for the future.
Conclusions made at the end are not only relevant to BB but also other centres in Zimbabwe
Jemitias Mapira is a lecturer in Geography and Environmental Science at Great Zimbabwe University.
He has published numerous articles in refereed journals and a book.
He holds a BA Degree in Geography and English(University and Master of Science degree in Environmental Science.
He is a PhD student at Stellenbosch University in South Africa.
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