Elizabeth Musodzi and the Birth of African Feminism in Early Colonial Zimbabwe by Tsuneo Yoshikuni
A biography of one of the most influential women to have lived in the high density areas of Harare in the 1939s and 40s. Not only did she work hard to improve her own life and that of her family, she was the founder of the Harare African Women’s Club and active in many welfare agencies. Musodizi provides an exemplar of a woman often written out of early historiography.
ISBN: 978 1 77922 074 5
pp. 31; 245 x 170 mm