Research Papers/Topics in Cultural Heritage Management

An Ethno-Archaeological Study Of Pottery From The Saunyama Territory North Eastern Zimbabwe

ABSTRACTThe Nyanga archaeological complex has been linked to a number of contemporary ethnicgroups that include the Saunyama. These groups have been accredited to as the terracebuilders of the complex but however this has been mostly perpetuated on the basis ofincomplete archaeological inquiry and oral traditions. Such a scenario is the case of theSaunyama where archaeologists and historians have developed the archaeological identity ofthe Saunyama in relation to the Nyanga complex on the bas...

HUMAN FACTOR DEVELOPMENT THROUGH NGOMA BUNTIBE PERFORMANCE AMONG THE TONGA OF BINGA: THE CASE OF SINAKOMA WARD

ABSTRACTThe research focuses on human factor development through Ngoma Buntibe performance among the BaTonga of Binga district, particularly of Sinakoma ward. It explores the Ngoma Buntibe performance in the process unravelling human factor development through the performance. The study is basically qualitative but it also employs some quantitative techniques. Similarly the study uses data collection methods that included semi-structured interviews, questionnaires and document analysis in gat...

Balancing Conservation And Use With Heritage Management, A Dilemma For Heritage Institutions In Zimbabwe .Case Study: Nharira Hills

Abstract.The study used a qualitative approach as to understand the need to balance conservation and use with heritage management in Zimbabwe. The aim of the study was to assess whether Zimbabwean heritage institutions have balanced mining use with the conservation of heritage places. In achieving the aim of the study, the research was based on the following objectives to assess whether NMMZ recognise mining company as a stakeholder of Nharira hills, to assess whether the mining use of the si...

The Manifestation Of Self-Hatred In Mabvumira Enhetembo

ABSTRACTThis study is in the area of literal studies. This study focuses on the Manifestation of self- hatred in Mabvumira enhetembo published by Literature Bureau during colonial period. This study is driven by Afrocentricity that seeks to revive and resurrect African culture and African philosophies of life. Couched and guided with Afrocentricity, the study also relies on the information obtained from respondents acquired through interviews and questionnaires. The research participants incl...

The Role Of Local Communities In Conservation Of Archaeological And Historical Heritage In Central And Coastal Tanzania

ABSTRACT Tanzania is the home of abundant Cultural Heritage resources of national and international significance. These heritage resources include prehistoric rock arts, Stone Age sites, historical records and monuments. Large part of this heritage is found in the areas where communities live. However, the national management approach has not adequately tapped the contribution of the local communities in the conservation of the heritage resources. This study resorted to examine the sta...