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This book examines the question of food security in Zimbabwe in the decade beginning from the year 2001 to 2010.
It focuses on the food crisis, which started towards the end of the year 2001 and remained for much of the decade especially peaking in intensity and magnitude in the years 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2008.
The book interrogates various postulations about the causes of the food crisis that have come from various quarters of stakeholders.
These postulations include drought, the fast track land reform program, the HIV and AIDS pandemic, and the human element (deliberate causation).
The book analyzes various data to arrive at scientifically intriguing conclusions on the various postulations with key policy recommendations.
Thulani Dube is a Lecturer and Chairperson in the Department of Development Studies at Lupane State University in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
He obtained his Master of Arts in Development Studies from the University of Leeds in 2004.
He is currently a PhD candidate.
Thulani has lectured at the University of Zimbabwe and Midlands State University.
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