Key documents on the country's cultural policy, as identified by the profile author, will be listed here.
Arts and Culture Indaba Report, Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust, 2010, http://arterialnetwork.org/uploads/2011/08/ZIMBABWE_ARTS_AND_CULTURE_INDABA_Final_Draft.pdf
Chifunyise and McLaren, Research capacities in arts education and their practical applications in the southern African sub-region: http://www.unesco.org/culture/en/artseducation/pdf/writtencontribution307robertmclarenfullpaper.pdf
Chimhundu, H.; Gutsa, J.; Mano, J.; Matimati, E.; Muchemwa, K.; & Nkiwane, M. (1998). Report on the formulation of a national language policy. Unpublished manuscript: ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/docs/Harare_Language-en.pdf
Chiwaura, H., (1999), The development of formal legislation and the recognition of tradional customary law in Zimbabwe’s Heritage Management, ICCROM, http://www.iccrom.org/pdf/ICCROM_ICS05_LegalFrameworkAfrica_en.pdf
Cultural Policy of Zimbabwe: http://artsinafrica.com/uploads/2011/06/CULTURAL_POLICY_OF_ZIMBABWE_2007.pdf
Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust, Baseline study on the culture sector in Zimbabwe, Harare, March, 2009 http://arterialnetwork.org/uploads/2011/08/The_Culture_Fund__Baseline_Report__FINAL_250609-3.pdf
Feltoe, G., (2002), A Guide to Media Law in Zimbabwe, Legal Resources Foundation (LRF)
Kavanagh, R, ed. Ngoma: Approaches to Arts Education in Southern Africa, (Zimbabwe Academy of Arts Education for Development, Harare, 2006)
Robert McLaren, (2001), Case Study: Teaching Dance to Children in Zimbabwe the Chipawo experience, A paper presented at the Regional Conference on Arts Education in Primary and Secondary Schools as well as in Non-formal Education Systems, 26-1 July 2001: http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/files/19437/10805724513mclaren.pdf/mclaren.pdf
The Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act: Five Years On, A report prepared by Media Institute of Southern Africa Zimbabwe: http://www.zimbabwejournalists.com/uploaddocs/AIPPA_Five_Years_On__A_Trail_of_Destruction.pdf
Thondhlana, J., Using Indigenous Languages for Teaching and Learning in Zimbabwe, Unpublished manuscript: http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jar/ILAC/ILAC_4.pdf
Viriri,A., (2003), “Language Planning in Zimbabwe; the Conservation and Management of Indigenous Languages in Zimbabwe”. Paper presented at ICOMOS 14th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.