Divane Nzima
Divane Nzima
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of the Free State
Verified email at ufs.ac.za
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Parenting for lifelong health: a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial of a non-commercialised parenting programme for adolescents and their families in South Africa
LD Cluver, F Meinck, JI Steinert, Y Shenderovich, J Doubt, RH Romero, ...
BMJ global health 3 (1), e000539, 2018
982018
Theorizing migration-development interactions: towards an integrated approach
D Nzima, V Duma, P Moyo
Migration and Development 6 (2), 305-318, 2017
172017
Migrant Remittances, Livelihoods and Investment: Evidence from Tsholotsho District in the Matabeleland North Province of Zimbabwe.
D Nzima, V Duma, P Moyo
Migracijske i etnicke teme 32 (1), 2016
172016
“It has changed”: understanding change in a parenting program in South Africa
J Doubt, R Bray, H Loening-Voysey, L Cluver, J Byrne, D Nzima, B King, ...
Annals of global health 83 (5-6), 767-776, 2017
142017
Migration and Local Development: The Multiplier Effect of Migrant Remittances on Non-recipient Households in Tsholotsho, Zimbabwe.
D Nzima, V Duma, P Moyo
Migracijske I etnicke teme 33 (2), 2017
92017
The developmental role of migrant worker remittances: A case study of Tsholotsho district in the Matabeleland North Province of Zimbabwe
D Nzima
University of Fort Hare, 2013
62013
Local development and migrant remittances: education, skills and capabilities as preconditions for investment in Tsholotsho, Zimbabwe
D Nzima, V Duma, P Moyo, CK Hlatywayo
Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology 8 (2), 69-76, 2017
42017
The new ‘diaspora trap’ framework: Explaining return migration from South Africa to Zimbabwe beyond the ‘failure-success’ framework
D Nzima, P Moyo
Migration letters 14 (3), 343-354, 2017
42017
The Employment Equity Act (EEA) as an Instrument for Employment Equity in the South African Labor Market
D Nzima, V Duma
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 (9), 578-578, 2014
42014
Choosing between environmental conservation and survival: Exploring the link between livelihoods and the natural environment in rural Zimbabwe
MT Macheka, P Maharaj, D Nzima
South African Geographical Journal 103 (3), 358-373, 2021
32021
Opening the black box: A mixed-methods investigation of social and psychological mechanisms underlying changes in financial behaviour
JI Steinert, LD Cluver, F Meinck, D Nzima, J Doubt
The Journal of Development Studies 56 (12), 2327-2348, 2020
22020
Relevance, implementation and impact of the Sinovuyo Teen Parenting Programme in South Africa
H Loening-Voysey, J Doubt, D Nzima, Y Shenderovich, J Steinert, J Byrne, ...
Innocenti Research Report Papers, 2018
22018
Long-term care for the elderly in sub-Saharan Africa: An analysis of existing models
D Nzima, P Maharaj
Health and Care in Old Age in Africa, 41-60, 2020
12020
Men’s motivation for contraceptive use in Inanda township, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
N Blessing Ngcobo, P Maharaj, D Nzima
Culture, health & sexuality 21 (8), 957-967, 2019
12019
“It Empowers to Attend.”: Understanding How Participants in the Eastern Cape of South Africa Experienced a Parent Support Programme-A Qualitative Study
J Doubt, H Loening-Voysey, L Cluver, J Byrne, Y Shenderovich, D Nzima, ...
United Nations, 2018
12018
Cash plus Care: parenting support and violence reduction programme associated with reductions in adolescent HIV-risks in South Africa: a cluster randomized trial of a DREAMS …
L Cluver, F Meinck, JS Doubt, C Ward, C Lombard, Y Shenderovich, ...
Wiley, 2018
12018
Channelling Migrant Remittances from South Africa to Zimbabwe: Opportunities and Obstacles
D Nzima
Alternation Journal 24 (1), 294-313, 2017
12017
Adapting to changing climatic conditions: perspectives and experiences of women in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
FN Masinga, P Maharaj, D Nzima
Development in Practice, 1-12, 2021
2021
“Growing old is not fun”: Experiences of ageing in rural Zimbabwe
D Nzima, P Maharaj
Health and Care in Old Age in Africa, 109-126, 2020
2020
7 “Growing old is not fun”
D Nzima, P Maharaj
Health and Care in Old Age in Africa, 2020
2020
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