Nyasha Bushu, a PhD student at the International Studies Group, is currently working on a thesis provisionally titled 'Beyond Chiefly Courts: African Indigenous Justice Delivery Practices Under Early Colonial Contact in Southern Rhodesia c.1890-1923'. He holds a BA Honours Degree in Economic History and an MA in African Economic History from the University of Zimbabwe. His research interests include the social and economic history of colonial Zimbabwe. Notably, in 2022 he participated in the Spirits of Peace: Recovering Zimbabwe’s Heritage of Traditional Reconciliation for Today’s Peacemakers project organised by the University of Liverpool.


Bushu, Nyasha, 'Colonial Zimbabwe and Technical training, White Miners training in Historical
perspective, 1923-1948
', African Economic Review, 2020.

Bushu, Nyasha, Book Review: A History of Manufacturing, 1890-1995 by A.S Mlambo, E.S Pangeti and I. Phimister, Zimbabwe, African Economic Review, 2020.

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