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Title: Women without borders : transborder movements as a coping and investment strategy
Authors: Muzvidziwa, Victor N.
Keywords: Women traders
Informal traders
Cross-border trading
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Unisa Press
Series/Report no.: Africanus;Vol. 36, no. 2
Abstract: The article presents a descriptive account of the experiences of Zimbabwean informal transborder women traders. The article draws on a year-long in-depth study of a purposefully selected group of Zimbabwe cross-border women traders based in Harare, the capital city, and Chinhoyi a provincial capital in the north west of Zimbabwe, conducted in 2002. The focus of the article is on cross-border trade as a livelihood source, and on women's empowerment and entrepreneurship. Cross-border trade is a key coping and investment strategy that enabled many women in the study not only to cope but also to invest in a depressed economy.
Description: http://reference.sabinet.co.za.access.msu.ac.zw:2048/document/EJC22621
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11408/1217
ISSN: 0304-615X
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