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Interviews and Fieldwork Archives

The oral and visual archives for this monograph are excerpted from two projects I initiated in northern and southern Zimbabwe between 2001 and 2017. The Black Bvekenyas (hence BBP) project (2001–present) is a digital documentation of four generations of a hunting family, the descendants of the early twentieth-century ivory poacher, Cecil Bvekenya Barnard. The author had extensive initial interviews with one of Bvekenya’s grandsons, Solomon Bvekenya, who then conducted the rest of the interviews. The videotapes are marked as BBP/MOV …, the “MOV …” denoting the specific tape’s ID. The Zambezi Valley Interviews/Gokwe/Nembudziya (hence ZVI/G/N) project (2016–2017) was a short-term research that sought local perspectives of antitsetse operations for purposes of this book. The goal was to create a digital archive that would be deposited with the local communities for future use. Asa Mudzimu, who comes from Nembudziya, conducted the set of interviews in that area. The videos are marked ZVI/G/N, with a number denoting the specific tape. The author lived at Chiroti Secondary School, close to two former tsetse gates, Deve and Chiroti, just a few miles from Sanyati River bridge, west of which lies Gokwe. This entire area, from Magunje in the east, through Zvipani, into Gokwe to the west, was deep inside mhesvi territory until the 1990s.

The Black Bvekenyas Project (BBP), Chibwedziva Area, Southeastern Zimbabwe

  1. Interview with Elias Chauke, Malipati Secondary School (MSS), Sengwe. August 7, 2001. BBP/MSS.
  2. Interview with Gazeni Komundela, Chibwedziva. December 11, 2010. BBP/MOV0B4.
  3. Interview with Hanyani Chauke, Bhaule. January 10, 2011. BBP/MOV0A6.
  4. Interview with Mugocha Julius Mavasa, Chibwedziva. January 1, 2011. BBP/MOVOF3.
  5. Interview with Pastor Staff Masungwini, Mashamba Village, Chibwedziva. December 6, 2010. BBP/MOV098.
  6. Interview with Piet Barnard, Mapikule Village, Chibwedziva. December 6, 2010. BBP/MOV09F.
  7. Interview with Solomon Bvekenya and Vhumbululu Ndhlovu, Malipati Business Center (MBC). July 11, 2001. BBP/MBC.
  8. Interview with Solomon Bvekenya, Nthlaveni Block H Hill, Makuleke, South Africa. November 4, 2010. BBP/MOV04C.
  9. Interview with Solomon Bvekenya, Makuleke, South Africa. November 1, 2010. BBP/MOV04A.
  10. Interview with Timothy Sumbani, Chibwedziva. December 14, 2010. BBP/MOV0BF.
  11. Interview with Watson Machiukele, Chibwedziva. December 6, 2016. BBP/MOV09C.
  12. Panning: Chipinda Pools Clips. December 6, 2010. BBP/MOV0EA.
  13. Panning: Chipinda Pools Clips. December 6, 2010. BBP/MOV0E9.

Zambezi Valley Interviews/Gokwe/Nembudziya (ZVI/G/N), Northwestern Zimbabwe

  1. Interview with Willias Chabata, Nembudziya, Gokwe. May 18, 2016. ZVI/G/N/1.
  2. Interview with Evelyn Musengi, Nembudziya, Gokwe. March 14, 2016. ZVI/G/N/2.
  3. Interview with Reuben Mavenge, Nembudziya. March 30, 2016. ZVI/G/N/3.
  4. Interview with Ambuya Misi, Nembudziya. March 16, 2016. ZVI/G/N/4.
  5. Interview with Raymond Muzanenhamo, Nembudziya. May 18, 2016. ZVI/G/N/5.
  6. Interview with Fema Ngonda, Nembudziya. March 15, 2016. ZVI/G/N/6.
  7. Interview with man who requested anonymity, Nembudziya. March 14, 2016. ZVI/G/N/7.
  8. Interview with Cleto Zharare, Nembudziya. March 25, 2016. ZVI/N/8.

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