The struggle for sustainable housing in Zimbabwean growth points: a case study of Zaka-Jerera growth point in southeastern Zimbabwe

This paper recommends that allocation of residential stands in urban and peri-urban areas, and Growth Points in particular, should be reconsidered and done in a manner that promotes sustainable
development and enhances formerly disadvantaged or ‘vulnerable’ groups who still neither own residential stands nor live in ‘good’, standard and sanitary residential environs.