The African Publishers Network (APNET) was formed in 1992 to promote indigenous publishing in Africa. APNET brings together national publishers associations from 45 countries in Africa. (Tainie Mundondo – email@example.com)
Zimbabwe Book Publishers Association (ZBPA) is the national trade association.
ZimCopy is a collecting society that administers the economic rights of creators and authors in the field of literary and artistic works in Zimbabwe. It was founded in 1995 by five right-holder associations: Zimbabwe Writers Union (ZIWU), Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ), Zimbabwe Book Publishers Association (ZBPA), and Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (ZIMRA). Since then, new members have joined and these include Zimbabwe Academic and Non-Fiction Authors Association (ZANA), The Zimbabwe Women Writers (ZWW) and Zimbabwe African Languages Writers Association (ZALWA).
Longman (Zimbabwe) Publishers, College Press (MacMillan), and Zimbabwe Publishing House are the three largest educational publishers in Zimbabwe.
Longman (Zimbabwe) Publishers, a subsidiary of Pearson Education Limited, publishes educational materials for the full spectrum of education, starting at Early Childhood materials for pre-school children and continuing up to ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels, as well as tertiary education. 125, Tourle Road, Southerton, Harare tel. +263 4 621661/7 (Selina Mercy Chitapi – firstname.lastname@example.org zw)
College Press Publishers, a local affiliate of Macmillan. 15 Douglas Rd, Workington Harare tel. +263 (04) 754145 email@example.com
Zimbabwe Publishing House is a Harare-based publisher. tel. (04) 49-7555
Africa Community Publishing & Development Trust (ACPD) is a non-governmental organization established in 1995. It aims to enable marginalized groups to use their creative energies to build dynamic leadership, tackle poverty, take charge of their lives and make the decisions that shape their future through a community based, participatory process of publishing, organizing and development.3rd Floor Exploration House 145 Robert Mugabe Rd, Harare +263-(0)4-253608/9 firstname.lastname@example.org
African Publishing Group email@example.com
’amaBooks is an independent publisher set up in 2000 to promote good writing in Zimbabwe through publication. Since then, ‘amaBooks have published 25 books: contemporary fiction about life in 21st century Zimbabwe, poetry and books on the culture of Zimbabwe.
Amagugu Publishers in Bulawayo
Benaby Printing and Publishing in Harare firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com cell 0734085211 (Sithembile)
Booklove Publishers in Gweru firstname.lastname@example.org cell: +263 778 071 917 Evangelista Makadho
Books of Zimbabwe is publishers and dealers in rare books and prints. They have a shop in Bulawayo
and run an online store. (Joseph Mahwehwe +263 775587143 email@example.com)
Dorothy Duncan Braille Library prints Braille books that the Ministry of Education distributes all around the country. They are gradually moving into audio books production. (Sr. Catherine Jackson tel. +263 4 251116/7 firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kimaathi Publishing House in Harare
Lleemon Publishers (Mrs. S Masundire- email@example.com)
Southern African Research and Documentation Centre (SARDC) 15 Downie Ave Belgravia, Box 5690 Harare tel. +263-4 791141 firstname.lastname@example.org
Southern Africa Printing and Publishing House/SAPES Trust aims to promote social science research, teaching, debate and publications in the Southern African region. Its research and teaching arm is the Southern Africa Regional Institute for Policy Studies (SARIPS) Other units include the Southern Africa Printing and Publishing House (SAPPHO) and the publication of SAPEM (Southern African Political & Economic Monthly) 4 Deary Belgravia, P. O. Box MP 111, Mt Pleasant, Harare email@example.com tel.+263-4-252962/3/5
Southern and Eastern African Trade, Information and Negotiations Institute (SEATINI) is an African initiative to strengthen Africa’s capacity to take a more effective part in the emerging global trading system and to better manage the process of globalization. 20 Victoria Drive Newlands Harare, tel. +263-4-776418 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Zimbabwe Publications in Harare
Usiba Publishers donated 108 SiNdebele books and novels to two orphanages in Bulawayo to help children understand their roots. Chairman Felix Moyo cell: 0712206634.
Weaver Press is a small independent publishing house formed in 1998 to publish books from and about Zimbabwe. Weaver’s growing list focuses on political and social history, the environment, media issues, and women’s and children’s rights. Their growing fiction list now contains several prize-winning Zimbabwean authors as well reflecting many younger voices in their short-story anthologies.
Wisdom Afrika Leadership Academy Publishing 5 Pomona Rd , Pomona , Harare
Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust (WLSA) is a renowned Southern African feminist and human rights organization that coordinates and supports evidence-based interventions to promote and protect women and girls rights through legal and policy reform and changes to discriminatory socio-cultural practices. 16 Lawson Avenue, MiltonPark, Harare tel.+263-(0)4-253001-3, 2928337 email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Zimbabwe Women Writers (ZWW) has local chapters in a great number of rural communities. It published books on women’s experiences, one of them on women ex-combatants’ memories. (Audrey Charamba – firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)