WLSA Zimbabwe publications

Recent publication

WLSA Zimbabwe's current publication (Principles of the Law of succession in Zimbabwe- Incorporating the women rights perspective by Slyvia Chirawu).

For more of the publications visit Women and Law in Southern Africa Offices

Women and law in Southern Africa (1987)*

Legal situation of women in Southern Africa (1990)*

Struggling over scarce resources (1992, reprinted 1997)*

Who pays the price? Maintenance law in Zimbabwe (1991)

Inheritance in Zimbabwe (1994, revised 1996): Laws, customs and practices

Widowhood, inheritance laws, customs and practices in Southern Africa( 1995)*

Continuity and change; The family in Zimbabwe (1997)

Paradigms of exclusion: Women’s access to resources in Zimbabwe (1997)

Paving a way forward: A review and research primer 1997*

In the shadow of the law: Women and justice delivery in Zimbabwe (2000)

Pregnancy and child birth: Joy or despair? Women and gender       generated crimes of violence (2001)

A critical analysis of women’s access to land (2001)

Venia Magaya’s Sacrifice: A Case of Custom Gone Awry (2001)

Lobola:  Its implications for women’s reproductive rights in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe (2002)*

Combating international trafficking in women and children: The 2000 UN protocol to prevent, suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children through a Zimbabwean lens (2006)

Challenging the Status Quo-Gender, HIV/AIDS and the Law in  Zimbabwe: A Rights-based Approach (2007)


*Books co-authored with the Regional Office





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