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Why Enforcing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is Morally Questionable
Docketed literature on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) exhibits heated contentions on the nature of business-society relations. This paper seeks to explore this contentious issue in the lightExpand
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Pitting Market Economy Against Planned Economy
Since independence in 1980, Zimbabwe has swung between state-dominated and free-market development strategies. Both have proved problematic, because policy is influenced by regional and globalExpand
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The Proverb: A Preserver of Shona Traditional Religion and Ethical Code
Introduction Some of the Shona peoples' profoundest philosophical concerns are enshrined in their proverbial lore (Kahari, 1990:1; Hamutyinei and Plangger, 1987: xiii). Shona proverbs serve a numberExpand
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The Relevance of 'Gata' among the Shona of Zimbabwe in the Context of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic
The paper attempts to explain the continued relevance of 'gata' (consultation of a traditional healer to account for the death or life threatening illness of a person) in the context of HIV/AIDSExpand
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Whistleblowing in the Context of Zimbabwe’s Economic Crisis
Whistle blowing is a topic that has taken center stage in philosophical discussions on business ethics in recent years. It continues to provoke debate among academics because of its continuedExpand
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PARADOXES IN THE 'SANCTIONS DISCOURSE' IN ZIMBABWE: A CRITICAL REFLECTION
Partners in Zimbabwe's Global Political Agreement (GPA), a legal instrument regarding the formation of a government of national unity (GNU) between Zimbabwe's politi- cal contestants, MDC-T, ZANUExpand
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