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Dr Peter Uledi holds a PhD from Stellenbosch University. He is a postdoctoral fellow with the International Studies Group at the University of the Free State. Dr Uledi is working on a project: “Plunder for Profit?”  Zimbabwe’s Look East Policy and Environmental degradation, 2000 to present.  His research interests span environmental, social and economic history, peasant studies, agriculture, and climate change. His PhD project focused on environmental policing in the Tribal Trust Lands and African peasant responses in Zimbabwe, c.1960-2005. He is currently working on three papers, all submitted for review. The first is a single authored paper titled '“Until…we find ways to give more land to the peasants we are sitting on a time bomb”: Land Reform, Peasant Livelihoods and the Environment, c.1992 to 2005' submitted to African Historical Review.  The second is another single authored paper, submitted to the South African Historical Journal, titled 'Financial Mobilisation for Economic Survival: The Rhodesian Insurance Industry during  UDI  1965-1979'. The third paper is co-authored with Prof Sandra Swart and submitted to the Journal of Southern African Studies titled, '“To the people … independence means that they can plough everywhere”:  Environmental Policy, Land Redistribution and State-Peasant Relations in Zimbabwe, c.1980 to 1992'.


Uledi, Peter, and Godfrey Hove. "Developmental inequality and living on the margins in post-colonial Zimbabwe: the case of Musana District." Africa Review 13, 3 (2021): 56-70.

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