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"They don’t read meters, they only bring bills’: Issues surrounding the installation of prepaid water meters in Karoi town, Zimbabwe (Taylor & Francis Online, https://www.tandfonline.com, 2019-11-20)City and town administrators in Zimbabwe continue to push for the installation of prepaid water meters (PWMs). This is despite the residents' objections to the proposal. The merits and demerits of PWMs continue to be ...
Survival at a cost: how artisanal fishers perceive occupational hazards in the Okavango Delta, Botswana (Taylor & Francis Online, https://www.tandfonline.com, 2018-10-30)Fishing is regarded as an important livelihood activity in any riparian communities. People’s attitudes and perceptions of occupational risks associated with fishing are engendered by certain socio-cultural norms. This ...
(Taylor & Francis Online, https://www.tandfonline.com, 2019-07-27)The contestation between mainstream science and counter-science is a longstanding phenomenon. The current issue of Science as Culture addresses the need for scientists to consciously engage in a broad-spectrum science that ...
What difference does literacy make among adult learners? impact of adult basic education programme in a rural community in Botswana (Sage; https://journals.sagepub.com/, 2021-04-19)Functional education and human development are not mutually exclusive. To achieve an all-round development, the fourth Sustainable Development Goal partly emphasizes the need to ‘...promote lifelong learning opportunities ...
(Taylor & Francis Online, https://www.tandfonline.com, 2019-10-03)Cultural perceptions are an integral part of rural water resources governance, which ostensibly conflict with urban water resources management. Issues of access to water and culturally embedded gender roles are rife in ...