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Bere, Farai Wonderful:
Infectious Beats: Urban Grooves Music’s
Collusion with the Zimbabwean State.

in: Falola, Toyin & Tyler Fleming (eds.):
Music, Performance and African Identities.
New York, N.Y.: Routledge, 2012: 78-94.

Bessant, Leslie:
Songs of Chiweshe and Songs of Zimbabwe.
African Affairs (Oxford), Vol. 93, No. 370, 1994: 43-73.

Brenner, Klaus-Peter:
The Mbira/Chimurenga Transformation of “Dangurangu”.
A Music-Analytical Case Study from Zimbabwe at the
Intersection of Ethnomusicology and Popular Music Research.

in: Grupe, Gerd (Hrsg.):
Grazer Beiträge zur Ethnomusikologie (Graz), Band 25.
Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2013: 53-146.

Brown, Ernest D.:
The Guitar and the Mbira:
Resilience, Assimilation, and Pan-Africanism in Zimbabwean Music.
The World of Music (Berlin), Vol. 36, No.2, 1994: 73-117.

Brusila, Johannes:
Between Vinyl and Piracy: The Music Industry of Zimbabwe.
in: Hautamäki, T. & H. Järviluoma (eds.). Music on Show: Issues of Performance.
Tampere: Department of Folk Tradition, University of Tampere, 1998: 52-55.

Brusila, Johannes:
Musical Otherness and the Bhundu Boys.
The Construction of the ‘West’ and the ‘Rest’ in the Discourse of ‘World Music’.

in:  Baaz, Maria Eriksson & Mai Palmberg (eds.)
Same and Other: Negotiating African Identity in Cultural Production.
Uppsala: The Nordic Africa Institute, 2001: 39-56.

Brusila, Johannes:
“Modern Traditional” Music from Zimbabwe. Virginia Mukwesha’s Mbira Record “Matare”.
in: Palmberg, Mai & Annemette Kirkegaard (eds.):
Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa.
Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2002: 35-45.

Butete, Victoria Blessing:
The Challenges Facing the Music Industry in Zimbabwe:
A Case of the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe.

The Dyke (Gweru), Vol. 8, No. 3, 2014: 163-183.

Cameron, Sheila:
Cultural production in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 1984–1991.
Critical Arts (Durban), South-North Cultural and Media Studies, Vol. 16, Issue 2, 2002: 76-93.

Chari, Tendai:
Representation of Women in Male-Produced “Urban Grooves” Music in Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2008: 92–110.

Chari, Tendai:
Continuity and Change: Impact of Global Popular Culture on Urban Grooves Music in Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2009: 170–191.

Chari, Tendai:
Between Globalisation and Localisation:
Contradictory Impacts of Seventy-Five Percent Local Content on the Music Industry in Zimbabwe.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 10, Issue 1, 2013: 25–41.

Chari, Tendai:
Fame without Fortune: Discursive Constructions of Bling in Urban Grooves Music.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 13, Issue 1, 2016: 19-31.

Chidora, Tanaka:
Beyond the Cultural and Nationalist Imaginary:
Zimdancehall and the Subversion of Female Objectification.

in: Chinouriri, Bridget; Ushehwedu Kufakurinani & Munyaradzi Nyakudya:
Victors, Victims and Villains: Women in Musical Arts in Zimbabwe – Past and Present.
Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2018: 98-117.

Chikowero, Moses {Mhoze}:
The State and Music Policy in Post-Colonial Zimbabwe, 1980–2000.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2007 111-128.

Chikowero, Moses {Mhoze}:
‘Our People Father, They Haven’t Learned Yet’:
Music and Postcolonial Identities in Zimbabwe, 1980–2000.
Journal of Southern African Studies (Oxford), Vol. 34, Issue 1, 2008: 145-160.

Chikowero, Moses {Mhoze}:
The Third Chimurenga:
Land and Song in Zimbabwe’s Ultra-Nationalist State Ideology, 2000-2007.

in: Ndlovu-Gatsheni, Sabelo J. &  James Muzondidya (eds.):
Redemptive or Grotesque Nationalism? Rethinking Contemporary Politics in Zimbabwe.
Nationalisms across the Globe, Vol.  3.
Bern: Peter Lang AG, 2011, pp.291-313.

Chikowero, Moses {Mhoze}:
Performing and Contesting Modernity:
Zimbabwean Urban Musicians and Cultural Self-Constructions, 1930s-1950s.
in: Falola, Toyin & Tyler Fleming (eds.):
African Music, Performance and Identities.
Rochester, N.Y.:  Rochester University Press, 2012: 213-248.

Chikowero, Murenga Joseph:
Singing the Contemporary:
Leadership and Governance in the Musical Discourse of Oliver Mtukudzi.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2006 36-47.

Chirere, Memory & Denys Mukandatsama:
To whom does Oliver Mtukudzi belong?
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2008 111-123.

Chireshe, Excellent:
Depiction and Representation of Images of Women in Selected Songs by Paul Matavire.
in: Chinouriri, Bridget; Ushehwedu Kufakurinani & Munyaradzi Nyakudya:
Victors, Victims and Villains: Women in Musical Arts in Zimbabwe – Past and Present.
Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2018: 44-60.

Chitando, Ezra:
Review Essay: Music in Zimbabwe.
Zambezia. The Journal of Humanities of the University of Zimbabwe (Harare), Vol. 29, No. 1, 2002: 82-91.

Chitando, Ezra & Pauline Mateveke:
Challenging Patriarchy and Exercising Women’s Agency in Zimbabwean Music:
Analysing the Careers of Chiwoniso Maraire and Olivia Charamba.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 9, Issue 2, 2012: 41-52.

Chitauro, Moreblessing; Caleb Dube & Liz Gunner:
Song, Story and Nation: Women as Singers and Actresses in Zimbabwe.
in: Gunner, Liz (ed.):
Politics and Performance: Theatre. Poetry and Song in Southern Africa.
Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, 1994: 111-138.

Dube, Caleb:
The Changing Context of African Music Performance in Zimbabwe.
Zambezia (Harare), Vol. 23, No. 2, 1996: 99-120.

Euba, Akin:
Modern Popular Music in Zimbabwe.
in: Ruprecht, Ronald (Hrsg.):
Von Nashornmenchen und Antilopenfrauen: Kunst und Künstler aus Simbabwe.
Bayreuth: IWALEWA Haus, 1986.

Eyre, Banning:
Zimbabwe Roots Guitar. Mbira Guitar.
Guitar Player (San Jose, Calif.), Vol. 28, No. 12, Issue 300, December 1994: 117-124.

Eyre, Banning:
Playing with Fire: Manipulation of Music and Musicians in Zimbabwe.
in: Korpe, Marie (ed.):
Shoot the Singer. Music Censorship Today.
London: Zed Books & Copenhagen: Freemuse, 2004: 94-105.

Eyre, Banning:
Thomas Mapfumo and the Popularization of Shona Mbira.
African Music (Grahamstown), Vol. 10, No. 1, 2015: 84-101.

Eyre, Banning & Tom Bullough:
Zimbabwe Mbira, Sungura and Chimurenga: Play It Loud!
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham & Jon Lusk (eds.):
The Rough Guide to World Music. Volume 1: Africa and the Middle East.
London: The Rough Guides, 2006: 444-458.

Fagerjord, Anders:
The Phonogram Industry in Zimbabwe.
in: Andersen, Elin W.:
Media, Democracy and Development.
Oslo: Department of Communication, University of Oslo, 1997: 61-85.

Frederikse, Julie:
Chapter Chimurenga Skyjacked.
None but Ourselves. Masses vs. Media in the Making of Zimbabwe.
Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1982: 264-265.

Gibbs, Anne:
Chimurenga Music in Zimbabwe.
The Campbellsville Review (Campbellsville, Ky.), Vol. 2, 2003-2005: 1-13.

Graham, Ronnie:
Chapter 34 Zimbabwe.
Stern’s Guide to Contemporary African Music.
London: Zwan / Off the Record Press, 1988: 286-293.

Graham, Ronnie:
Chapter 37 Zimbabwe.
The World of African Music. Stern’s Guide to Contemporary African Music. Volume 2.
Chicago, Ill.: Pluto Press: 1992: 194-203.

Hadebe, Samukele:
The Songs of Lovemore Majayivana and Ndebele Oral Literature.
in: Kaschula, Russell H. (ed.):
African Oral Literature. Functions in Contemporary Contexts.
Claremont: New Africa Books, 2001: 16-29.

Hancock-Barnett, Coralie:
Colonial Resettlement and Cultural Resistance:
The Mbira Music of Zimbabwe.

Social & Cultural Geography (Abingdon), Vol. 13- Issue 1, 2012: 11-27.

Hove, Mediel & Tawnda Mukurunge:
Revolutionary Songs as a Strategy of Transforming Listeners’ Mindset:
The Zimbabwean Practice after 1999.

Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations (Yalova), Vol. 13, No. 3, Fall 2014: 12-30.

Jones, Claire:
Sections The Evolution of Popular Music/Chimurenga Music/Popular Music in the 1980s.
Making Music.
Harare: Academic Books, 1992: 30-39.

Jones, Mike:
Forgetting and Remembering the Bhundu Boys:
Conditions of Memory in Popular Music.

Popular Music History (Sheffield), Vol. 5, No. 3, 2010: 287-304.

Kaemmer, John E.:
Shona Urban Music: A Tradition which Maintains Traditional Values.
in: Kileff, Clive & Wade C. Pendelton (eds.):
Urban Man in Southern Africa.
Gwelo: Mambo Press, 1975: 127-144.

Kaemmer, John E.:
Social Power and Music Change among the Shona.
Ethnomusicology (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 33, No. 1, 1989: 31-45.

Kahari, G[eorge] P.:
The History of the Shona Protest Song: A Preliminary Study.
Zambezia (Harare), Vol. 9, No. 2, 1981: 79-102.

Kauffman, Robert:
Shona Urban Music and the Problem of Acculturation.
Yearbook of the International Folk Music Society (Urbana, Ill.), Vol. 4, 1972: 47-56.

Kauffman, Robert:
Shona Urban Music: A Process which Maintains Traditional Values.
in: Kileff, C.: & W. C. Pendelton (eds.):
Urban Man in Southern Africa.
Gwelo: Mambo Press, 1975: 127-144.

Kauffman, Robert:
Tradition and Innovation in the Urban Music of Zimbabwe.
African Urban Studies (East Lansing, Mich.), N.S., No. 6, Winter 1979/80: 41-48.

Keche, Kudakwashe & Proceed Manatsa:
A Critical Analysis of the Manifestation of Patriarchal Power Relations in Zimbabwe’s Urban Groove Music.
IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (New York, N.Y.), Vol. 20, Issue 4, Ver. V, 2015: 72-76.

Kellerer, Katja:
“Chant Down the System ‘till Babylon Falls”:
The Political Dimensions of Underground Hip Hop and Urban Grooves in Zimbabwe.

The Journal of Pan African Studies (Sun Village, Calif.), Vol. 6, No. 3, 2013: 43-64.

Kellerer, Katja:
“Mweya weToyitoyi – the Spirit of Protest”:
Re-Inventing Toyi-Toyi in Zimbabwean Hip Hop.

Social Dynamics (Cape Town), Vol. 43, Issue 2, 2017: 199-214.

Kendall, Judy:
Put More Zesa!: Jit, Mbira and Chimurenga – Music of Zimbabwe.
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham, David Muddyman & Richard Trillo (eds.):
World Music. The Rough Guide.
London: The Rough Guides, 1994: 396-407.

Kendall, Judy & Banning Eyre:
Zimbabwe: Jit, Mbira and Chimurenga – Play It Loud!
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham & Richard Trillo (eds.):
World Music. The Rough Guide, Volume 1: Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
London: The Rough Guides, 1999: 706-716.

Khan, Katy:
South-South Cultural Cooperation:
Transnational Identities in the Music of Dorothy Masuka and Miriam Makeba.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2008 145-151.

Kufakurinani, Ushehwedu & Wesley Mwatwara:
Zimdancehall and the Peace Crisis in Zimbabwe.
African Conflict & Peace Building Review (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 7, No. 1, 2017: 33–50.

Kufakurinani, Ushehwedu; Munyaradzi Nyakudya & Bridget Chinouriri (eds.):
“Wakachipa Kunge Bhero”: Gender and the Portrayal of Women in Selected Zimdancehall Songs.
in: Chinouriri, Bridget; Ushehwedu Kufakurinani & Munyaradzi Nyakudya:
Victors, Victims and Villains: Women in Musical Arts in Zimbabwe – Past and Present.
Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2018: 80-97.

Kupe, Tawana:
The Meanings of Music: Media Representations of Popular Music in Zimbabwe.
African Identities (Abingdon), Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2003: 187-196.

Kyker, Jennifer W.:
“What Shall We Do?” Agency and Disclosure in Oliver Mtukudzi’s Songs about AIDS.
in: Barz, Gregory & Judah Cohen (eds.):
The Culture of AIDS: Hope and Healing through the Arts in Africa.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011: 241-255.

Kyker, Jennifer W.:
Images of Health: Oliver Mtukudzi’s Musical Approach to HIV/AIDS.
American Journal of Public Health (Washington, D.C.), Vol. 107, No. 7, 2012: 1298-1299.

Kyker, Jennifer W.:
Listening in the Wilderness:
The Audience Reception of Oliver Mtukudzi’s Music in the Zimbabwean Diaspora.

Ethnomusicology (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 57, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2013: 261-285.

Machingura, Francis & Jeseca Mushoperi Machingura:
Women and Sungura Music in Zimbabwe: Sungura Music as a Culturally-Gendered Genre.
R&R Raziskave in razprave / R&D Research and Discussion (Nova Gorica), Vol. 4, No. 1, 2011: 24-43.

Maguraushe, Wonder & Richard Muranda:
Perceptions and Reflections on Popular Music in Zimbabwe Today.
Madirativhange: Journal of African Indigenous Languages and Literature (Harare), Vol.1, No.2, 2013:  36-45

Makina, Blandina:
Re-thinking White Narratives:
Popular Songs and Protest Discourse in Post-Colonial Zimbabwe.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2009 221-231.

Makina, Blandina:
Images of Women in Shona Songs by Zimbabwean Male Singers.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 10, Issue supplement 1, 2013: 50-59.

Makore, Susan:
Women in Music: Some Notes on Zimbabwe.
in: Thorsén, Stig-Magnus (ed.):
Sound of Change. Social and Political Features of Music in Africa.
Stockholm: SIDA Studies No. 12, 2004: 47-56.

Makura, Alfred Henry:
The Glorification of Patriarchy in Paul Matavire’s Music Lyrics.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 13, Issue 2, 2016: 3-19.

Makwenda, Joyce C.:
Research and Recent Traditions:
Zimbabwean Contemporary Music of the 1940s to the 1960s.

in: Proceedings of the Workshop and Conference on Regional Audio-Visual Archives,
AVA-90, Falun, Sweden, July 5-11 1990.
Falun: Dalerna Research Council & Oslo: Norwegian Collection of Folk Music,
Department of Music and Theater Studies, University of Oslo, 1990: 91-101.

Manase, Irikidzayi:
Zimbabwean Urban Grooves and their Subversive Performance Practices.
Social Dynamics (Cape Town), Vol. 35, Issue 1, 2009: 56-67.

Manase, Irikidzayi:
The Aesthetics of Winky D’s Zimbabwe Urban Grooves Music and an Overview of his
Social Commentary on the Post-2000 Experiences in Harare and other Urban Centres.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2011 81-95.

Mano, Winston:
‘Thank God it is Friday’: Responses to Music Scheduling on Radio Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2009 192-220.

Mano, Winston:
Popular Music as Journalism in Zimbabwe.
Journalism Studies (Abingdon), Vol. 8, Issue 1, 2007: 61-78.

Mapuranga, Tapiwa Praise:
“Tozeza Baba”: Gender-Based Violence in Oliver Mtukudzi’s Music.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 9, Issue 1, 2012: 58-70.

Mapuwei, N. & Gladys Kemunto Orina:
The Role Played by Music in Promoting Peace and Unity in
East and Southern Africa: The Case of Zimbabwe and Kenya.

The Dyke (Gweru), Vol. 7, No. 2, 2013:‖110-127.

Mhiripiri, Joyce T[sitsi] & Nhamo Mhiripiri:
Zimbabwe’s Popular Music Industry and Copyright Legislation.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2006 79-96.

Mhiripiri, Joyce Tsitsi:
Patterns of Live Music Promotion and Management in Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 9, Issue 2, 2012: 66-79.

Mhiripiri, Joyce Tsitsi:
Towards an Epistemology of Management and Economics in the Zimbabwean Music Industry.
Journal of African Media Studies (Bristol), Vol. 4, Issue 3, December 2012: 339-356.

Mhiripiri, Nhamo Anthony:
The Production of Stardom and the Survival Dynamics of the
Zimbabwean Music Industry in the Post-2000 Crisis Period.

Journal of African Media Studies (Bristol), Vol. 2, Issue 2, August 2010: 209-224.

Mhiripiri, Nhamo Anthony:
‘Welcome Singing Sungura Queens’: Cultural Studies and the Promotion of
Female Musicians in a Zimbabwean Male-Dominated Music Genre.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 8, Issue 1, 2011 103-119.

Mhiripiri, Nhamo Anthony:
Dancing through the Crisis: Survival Dynamics and Zimbabwe Music Industry.
in: Mudimbe, V[alentin] Y. (ed.):
Contemporary African Cultural Productions.
Dakar: CODESRIA, 2012: 1-28.

Moore, Will H.:
Rebel Music: Appeals to Rebellion in Zimbabawe.
Political Comunication and Persuasion (Abingdon), Vol.  8, Issue 2, 1991: 125-138.

Moyo, Thamsanqa:
Unsung, Ignored or Underrated? A Look at Solomon Skuza‘S Songs in the
Context of Contemporary Zimbabwe‘S Socio-Political and Economic Environment.
International Journal of English and Literature (Bijapur, K.A.), Vol. 4, No. 10, December 2013: 560-565.

Mpofu, Phillip & Charles Tembo:
Militarising Music and Demilitarising the Military:
Making Sense of “Musoja” in Zimdancehall Music.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 12, Issue 1, 2015: 103-121.

Mudzanire, B[enjamin] & Mufanechiya, A[lbert]:
The Articulation and Projection of Gender Identities in Post Colonial Zimbabwe Popular Music.
Zimbabwe International Journal of Languages and Culture (Gweru), Vol. 1, No. 2, 2010: 88-108.

Mugari, Victor:
Code-switching in Zimbabwean Urban Grooves Music.
Language Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa (Abingdon), Vol. 45, No. 2, 2014: 224-236.

Mukwesha, Virginia & Florian  Hetze:
The Presence of the Past for the Future.
Virginia Mukwesha: A Modern Approach to an Ancient Music.
in: Schröder, Anne (ed.):
Crossing  Borders: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Africa.
Münster: Lit Verlag, 2004: 61-76.

Muranda, Richard:
The Nhare Mbira Music Trends in Zimbabwe since 1980.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 7, Issue 1, 2010: 76-87.

Muranda, Richard & Wonder Maguraushe:
Sungura Music’s Development in Zimbabwe:
The Emergence of Trendsetters, Emulators and Copycats.

JMM: The Journal of Music and Meaning (Odense), Vol. 12, 2013/2014: 44-62.

Musiyiwa, Mickias:
The Mobilization of Popular Music in the Promotion of National Unity in Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2008 11-29.

Musiyiwa, Mickias:
Hit Songs and the Dynamics of Postcolonial Zimbabwe: A Study in Popular Music Trends, 1980-2009.
African Music (Grahamstown), Vol. 9, No. 3, 2013: 59-91.

Mutero, Innocent Tinashe:
Voices of Dissent: The Music of Chiwoniso Mairaire, ‘The Rebel Woman’.
in: Chinouriri, Bridget; Ushehwedu Kufakurinani & Munyaradzi Nyakudya:
Victors, Victims and Villains: Women in Musical Arts in Zimbabwe – Past and Present.
Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2018: 200-215.

Muwati, Itai; Zifikile Gambahaya & Davie E. Mutasa:
A Potentially Dystrophic Era: Analysing the Lyrical Sociology of
Selected Sungura Songs in Zimbabwe in the 1990s and beyond.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 10, Issue supplement 1, 2013: 107-121.

Naidoo, Salachi & Charles Pfukwa:
Representations of Women in Zimbabwean Contemporary Music.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2009 145-153.

Naidoo, Salachi:
Male Perspectives of ‘Womanhood’ in Selected Songs by Thomas Mapfumo.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 7, Issue 1, 2010: 88-96.

Ncube, Gibson & David Chipfupa:
Outspoken Cynics? Rethinking the Social Consciousness of Rap and Hip-Hop Music in Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 14, Issue 1, 2017: 103-122.

Ncube, Gibson & Gugulethu Siziba:
Female Artists from Matabeleland Performing at and against the Interstice:
A Socio-Ethnomusicological Analysis.

in: Chinouriri, Bridget; Ushehwedu Kufakurinani & Munyaradzi Nyakudya:
Victors, Victims and Villains: Women in Musical Arts in Zimbabwe – Past and Present.
Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2018: 150-165.

Ncube, Gibson & Margret Chipara:
Female Mbira Practitioners Challenging the Male-dominated Field of Mbira Music in Zimbabwe.
in: Chinouriri, Bridget; Ushehwedu Kufakurinani & Munyaradzi Nyakudya:
Victors, Victims and Villains: Women in Musical Arts in Zimbabwe – Past and Present.
Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2018: 216-233.

Ntarangwi, Mwenda:
Musical Performance as a Gender Experience: Examples from Kenya and Zimbabwe.
in: Abraham, Keshia Nicole & Patricia McFadden (eds.):
Reflecting on Gender in Africa.
Harare: Sapes Books, 1999: 27-54.

Palmberg, Mai:
Music in Zimbabwe’s Crisis.
in: Thorsén, Stig-Magnus (ed.):
Sound of Change. Social and Political Features of Music in Africa.
Stockholm: SIDA Studies No. 12, 2004: 18-46

Perman, Anthony:
Sungura in Zimbabwe and the Limits of Cosmopolitanism.
Ethnomusicology Forum (Abingdon), Vol. 21, Issue 3, 2012: 374-401.

Pfukwa, Charles:
Black September et al:
Chimurenga Songs as Historical Narratives in the Zimbabwean Liberation War.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2008: 30-61.

Pfukwa, Charles:
When Cultures Speak back to each other: The Legacy of Benga in Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 7, Issue 1, 2010: 169-178.

Pongweni, Alec J. C.:
The Chimurenga Songs of the Zimbabwean War of Liberation.
in: Barber, Karin (ed.):
Readings in African Popular Culture.
London: The International Africa Institute in Association with James Currey,
Oxford and Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Ind., 1997: 63-72.

Rwafa, Urther & Maurice T. Vambe:
‘Hear our Voices’: Female Popular Musicians in Post-Independence Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2007: 66-86.

Rwafa, Urther & Beauty Vambe:
Cybermusic, Copyright Issues and the Democratic ‘Deficit’ in Zimbabwe.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2009 79-91.

Rwafa, Urther:
Singing Peace and Forgiveness:
The Case of Jah Prayzah, Sulumani Chimbetu, Chiwoniso Maraire and Edith Weutonga.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 11, Issue 1, 2014: 50-62.

Rwafa, Urther:
An Encounter with the Enigma: Some Philosophical Reflections on Hosiah Chipanga’s Music.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 12, Issue 1, 2015: 122-133.

Saidi, Umali:
Tracing Humour in Paul Matavire’s Selected Songs.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 12, Issue 1, 2015: 53-61.

Scannell, Paddy:
Music, Radio and the Record Business in Zimbabwe today.
Popular Music (Cambridge), Vol. 20, Issue 1, 2001: 13–27.

Sherman, Jessica:
Songs of the Chimurenga (Zimbabwean Revolution): From Protest to Praise.
in: Tracey, Andrew (ed.):
Papers Presented at the 2nd Symposium on Ethnomusicology, Rhodes University 1981.
Grahamstown: International Library of African Music, 1982: 77-79.

Sibanda, Silindiwe:
“You Don’t Get to Sing a Song When You Have Nothing to Say”:
Oliver Mtukudzi’s Music as a Vehicle for Socio-Political Commentary.
Social Dynamics (Cape Town), Vol. 30, Issue 2, 2004: 36-63.

Tembo, Charles:
An Embodied Culture of Optimism and Struggle: The Sungura Music of Tongai Moyo.
The Journal of Pan African Studies (Sun Village, Calif.), Vol. 6, No. 5, 2013: 144-155.

Thram, Diane:
Zvakwana! – Enough! Media Control and Unofficial Censorship of Music in Zimbabwe.
in: Drewett, Michael & Martin Cloonan (eds.):
Popular Music Censorship in Africa.
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006: 71-89.

Thram, Diane:
Patriotic History and the Politicisation of Memory:
Manipulation of Popular Music to Re-Invent the Liberation Struggle in Zimbabwe.

Critical Arts (Abingdon), Vol. 20, Issue 2, 2006: 75-88.

Tivenga, Doreen Rumbidzai:
Contemporary Zimbabwean Popular Music in the Context of Adversities.
Tydskrif vir letterkunde (Pretoria), Vol. 55, No. 1, 2018: 134-148.

Togarasei, Lovemore:
Making Money or Spreading the Gospel?
An Analysis of the Mission of Gospel Musicians in Contemporary Zimbabwe.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2007 52-65.

Turino, Thomas:
The Mbira, Worldbeat, and the International Imagination.
The World of Music (Berlin), Vol. 40, No. 2, 1998: 85-106.

Turino, Thomas:
Are We Global Yet? Globalist Discourse, Cultural Formations and
the Study of Zimbabwean Popular Music.

British Journal of Ethnomusicology (Abingdon), Vol.  12, No. 2, 2003: 51-79.

Turino, Thomas:
Chapter 5 Participatory, Presentational and High Fidelity Music in Zimbabwe.
Music as Social Life: The Politics of Participation.
Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 2008: 122-154.

Turino, Thomas:
Race, Class, and Musical Nationalism in Zimbabwe.
in: Radano, Ronald & Philip V. Bohlman(eds.):
Music and the Racial Imagination.
Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press: 2011: 554-584.

Ureke, Oswelled & Yollanda Washaya:
Social Commentary, Subaltern Voices and the Alternative Medium of Zimdancehall Music:
Unpacking the Music of Winky D and Sniper Storm.

Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 13, Issue 1, 2016: 68-88.

Vambe, Maurice Taonezvi:
Popular Songs and Social Realities in Post-Independent Zimbabwe.
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