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Dr. Sibongile Manzini

Dr. Sibongile Manzini - Sibongile Manzini
Lecturer Dr. Sibongile Manzini



  • Doctor of Philosophy in Management (University of Lusaka)
  • Msc in Human Resources, (Great Zimbabwe University)
  • MBA,(National University of Science and Technology)
  • Bachelors in Business Management, UNISA
  • Diploma in Accounting
  • Diploma in Marketing.
  • Diploma in Teaching
  • HIV and AIDS, Counselling.

Research Interests

  • Divapreneurship (women entrepreneurship) development and Knowledge management


  1. Madondo, P. & Manzini, S. (2020) An analysis of the effects of procurement procedures on customer satisfaction: A case study of the United Refineries Limited in Bulawayo.
  2. Manzini, S., Nsenduluka, E. & Bbekele, E. (2020). Knowledge Management and government policy as precursors for divapreneurship development in Zimbabwe
  3. Manzini, C., Mashavira, N. & Manzini, S (2019) Managerial Competencies, Human Resource Development initiatives and business performance: A case of SMEs in Bulawayo Metropolitan Province.
  4. Manzini, S., Manzini, C., Ngwenya, K. (2019). A business case for the adoption of a knowledge management strategy in the management of the Tourism Sector in the Matabeleland North Province
  5. Manzini, S., Ngwenya, K. & Taruvinga, K. G. (2019).Key success factors of social media as a marketing tool in the Zimbabwe Tourism and hospitality Industry.
  6. Vakira, E., Manzini, S., Shumba, V. & Ndlovu, N. (2019). Black tax and Employee Engagement in the Pharmaceutical Industry of Bulawayo City in Zimbabwe
  7. Manzini, S. & Kufa, E. (2016). An evaluation of the impact of Human Capital Development Initiatives on organizational performance: A case of rural District Councils in Zimbabwe’s Lowveld.
  8. Manzini, S., Shumba, V. & Ndlovu, N. (2014). An investigation into the impact of Training and Development on the performance of public servant: A case of Bulawayo Passport office
  9. Shumba, V., Manzini, S. Ndlovu, N. (2014). The effects of separating ownership and control on the performance of retail stores in Southern Zimbabwe

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